Who am I? Who are you?

Who am I? Who are you?

Several years ago I took a series of personality tests. I took several of them multiple times to ensure accuracy and every time - the results were the same.

I've run the results by colleagues and family members and they all agree that these are accurate. I can attest that I first took Myers-Briggs in college and my results were the same (INFP).

Personality tests can be helpful - mostly in helping you work with others and others understanding how to work with you.

Below are my results:
"I tend to be direct, task-focused, fast-paced, and resistant to rigid structures. Independent. Persuasive. Assertive."

"Driver (Di)
You tend to speak directly and make decisions quickly. You are likely to take charge in a situation and explore worthwhile, effective solutions. Your determination and confidence can make you a strong leader."

Enneagram Type

8: The Protector
As a Type Eight, you tend to be self-confident, powerful, and assertive. You generally enjoy engaging in debates and making difficult decisions.

Extroversion is a measure of how outgoing, talkative, and people-oriented someone is.

Agreeableness measures how easily a person connects with others.

Conscientiousness measures the thoughtfulness and organization of a person.

Emotional Stability is a measure of how calm and stable a person is during stress.

Openness is the measure of how open to experience, open-minded, and imaginative an individual is.

Enneagram Type
Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving
As an INFP, you tend to be reserved, idealistic, and adaptable. You generally enjoy being alone or with small groups of people and likely prefers to listen to and contemplate while in discussions.


Love of Learning
You finds ways to deepen his knowledge and experiences; he looks regularly for new opportunities to learn; you are passionate about building knowledge.

You are viewed as a creative person; one who sees, does, and/or creates things that are of use; you think of unique ways to solve problems and be productive.

You are optimistic, expecting the best to happen; you believe in and work toward a positive future; you can think of many pathways to reach your goals.

Social Intelligence
You pay close attention to social nuances and the emotions of others; you have good insight into what makes people 'tick'; you seem to know what to say and do in any social situation.


It is important for you to have spiritual beliefs and to believe that you are part of something greater than yourself.

It is important for you to have time alone.

It is important for you to challenge yourself and work hard to improve.

It is important for you to have new ideas or to create new things.

It is important for you to make your own decisions and do things your way.

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