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Exavion Personality Essay

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I have never been the kind of person to want to do a lot. Like go have fun I have always been relaxed, laid back and ready to travel. I really never like things that other people was attracted too And by taking both personalities test has shown me why. I am an explorer and not just in mind, nor in my own world. On one test I have a score that states I have a D-commanding Choleric and on the other which states I have an ISTP personality. Which I will get into more detail in time but to understand what my score means and how it fits me. First you must understand what these four letters mean, I is for (Introverted) meaning I think before speaking. S is for (Observant) meaning im down-to-earth focus on what has happened. T is for (Thinking) meaning I’m tough, follow my mind. And P is for (Prospecting), which means I’m very good at improvising prefer keeping my options open. I use to wonder why I did some of these things I did and now I know why. ISTP has showed me I ...view middle of the document...

“We attend to think on our feet”, make quick decisions when we have too. A personal and important strength of mines is I’m (Energetic). What I mean by I’m energetic is I always seem to have something to do. But as for some of my weaknesses, I can be very stubborn at times especially when I’m asked to do something. I’m very private like to stay to myself, keep things to myself. That’s why I barely get to know most people and sometimes most people barely get to know me. I thought it was just me being strange, but my personality is the reason I keep my thoughts and ideas to myself, especially private matters that happen in my life. This test has really shown me a lot about myself, that I already knew but just didn’t know what it meant to me until now. For the career I choose my personality definitely will help me do the job right. Since I’m a relaxed and know how to prioritize, and also good at dealing with crisis situations. My personality will fit my job duty very well. It will serve me by making the right choices/judgment every day for the rest of my life on the job. It also will serve me by being patient and waiting for the right type of job to come around. For the kind of career I’m going to choose I will have to be able to think on my feet sometimes and make quick judgments. To me my score match me perfect fully based on what the website I listed below has said about it, I do exactly everything the same so yes it is the correct score, I disagreed with it at first for the simple fact I thought none of this wasn’t true. Until I got more into it I saw I do some of the similar things the website has stated about my personality. But now I understand it as I read through it just helps you figure out what kind of person you are to help you become the kind of person you want too me because it did helped me understand myself. An no it wouldn’t change, I been like this for a long time just wish I would have known about this a while ago. An just now realizing what kind of personality I got I now accept it. Hoping I will continue to make better judgment’s about me and for my job career. I wanted to say by giving me this assignment; I would have never understood myself as I do today.

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