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Rimmer Personality Essay

735 words - 3 pages

My Personality
I took two personality test and scored what I think is pretty accurate. The first test I took was created by a church but still accurate in the psychology field. By taking this test it would help you figure out if your personality is one of the four types of people. The four types are choleric, sanguine, phlegmatic or melancholy. Choleric is in short words adventurous, determined, outspoken, and strong willed. Next is Sanguine which is playful, sociable, lively, and imaginative. Phlegmatic is said to be thoughtful, adaptable, attentive, and controlled. Last is Melancholy which is detailed, orderly, persistent, and deep. On this particular test I took a series of questions and gave an answer that best fitted me. In doing so I found that I have a primary and secondary personality. My primary personality was Phlegmatic which means I’m relaxed and chilled out so to speak. My secondary personality was Choleric in term means that I’m ...view middle of the document...

Feeling is sensitive, follow their hearts, focus on harmony and cooperation. Prospecting means very good at improvising, prefer keeping their options open, and relaxed.
I have a lot of strengths and weaknesses according to these personality test. A lot of strengths that I have I didn’t know that it came from my personality but learning the real meaning of the word I guess that it is possible. Some of my strengths are that I am really good at improvising, I can make something out of nothing, and that I do try to take the time to see the good in people. My main weakness is that I am kind of a peaceful person in a word full of people that are so cold and emotionless. So I guess having a big heart can be a gift and a curse when dealing with so many people that seems like they’re only out for themselves.
I do believe that in my career of choice my personality will best fit me in most situations. By me being feeling and relaxed I could probably be a great negotiator or police chief. In a lot of other areas though it may be a little different. So I would probably have to try and be just as cold hearted as next person to get the job done and go home to my family. In a shootout having feelings will not get you out but being able to improvise and adapt will, may be the only thing standing between me living or being fatally wounded. Just every day patrolling with nothing going on I think my personality would be perfect for a cop and I would have a lot of people to like me out there because they know that I am but I’m fair. That’s really why I want to be a cop cause I can’t change the world but I can make an impact by trying to change on life at a time starting with my own.
I think my scores are accurate because after the test and further reading it almost fits me dead on. There was one thing that I seen online about an personality of INFP was that you would try to seek friendship of a bad person and that you try not to see the good in anybody but that is not me at all. I always try to find the good in a person but what I recently started to do is if I get a certain vibe from a person I just go my own way and keep to myself. I think for future purposes of the career I’m seeking my personality would change but for the good I hope.

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