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Princess Diana: Queen Of The People And Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: Queen Of America’s Camelot

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Myers Briggs is a company who has created a personality test to show the different personality types. BSM Consulting, author of “High Level Description of the 16 Personality Types by the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) explains in laymen terms the 16 personality types in detail. According to the (MBTI), everyone is categorized into one of the 16 personality types. The personality type of Princess Diana is “The Idealist.” Princess Diana was well loved and respected all around the world. She wanted to help anyone who needed it from the time she was a young girl long before she became a princess. “Some of the great, humanistic catalysts in the world have been INFPs”. (BSM, Consulting, “The Idealist” par. 11). The personality type of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was “The Artist”. Jackie was well respected as a First Lady being married to John F. Kennedy. She was a great contributor to the White House while she was there. Princess Diana and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis have demonstrated that they live up to the personality types of the “Idealist” and the “Artist” from the Myers-Briggs category because they both have shown three main characteristics:being a visionary, being thoughtful and considerate, and being an aggressive defender of what they believed in.
The first and probably the most important characteristic is that they were both a visionary who wanted to make the world a better place to live. K.D. Reynolds author of “Diana” want the reader to understand the true person that Princess Diana was. Her statements are saying that Princess Diana empathized with everyone and everyone loved her. Princess Diana was considered “the royal who cared, who empathized, who suffered with the suffering, and who made lives better”. (Reynolds par. 13). Princess Diana would go out of her way to help anyone in need. She was such an amazing woman and kind to the eyes that everyone wanted to be a part of her life. “Diana had a remarkable ability to be genuine despite her lofty position and to connect personally with those she met.” (“Diana” par. 31). Although Princess Diana had grown up with money and stature, she still worked hard and helped anyone that needed it. “She showed deep compassion and personal courage.” (“Diana” par. 31). She visited cancer patients, the homeless, AIDS sufferers, and others among the world’s poor, downtrodden, and desperately ill. ….. It was these works that earned her the tribute “Queen of People’s hearts.” (“Diana” par. 31). She gained this name because of the way people felt about her.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis showed that she was a visionary in the way that she took control of the White House to make it a better symbol for America, “She regarded the White House itself as a potential national showplace for art and culture that previous administrations had ignored.” (Gould par. 8), she wanted this place to be better than what it was. The first items that Jackie wanted to start with were “renovate the White House to...

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