Jung 16 Types Personality Test Results*The Jungian 16 Type Personality Test is a form of personality analysis that helps y...
ISTJ: Inspector Reserved in social situations and can be very matter-of-fact in getting things  done. They are highly de...
ISFJ: Protector More on the reserved side while still being quite friendly and agreeable. Responsible and loyal to their...
INFJ: Counselor They make it their duty to find the purpose and connections behind everything  they touch and think about...
INTJ: Mastermind True creative and ingenious minds, seeking to attain their goals through  implementing their ideas inste...
ISTP: Crafter Reserved, highly adaptable, and effectively tolerant of others. They dont wait around to solve problems an...
ISFP: Composer Tend to be quiet and somewhat sensitive, but quite amiable and generous. Prefer to live in the moment tha...
INFP: Healer These visionaries are focused on the future but are dedicated to those closest  to them. Their core-values ...
INTP: Architect They will actively look for the logical connection in subjects and interests  surrounding them. The rout...
ESTP: Promoter Able to tolerate a lot while maintaining high levels of adaptability. Quite practical when it comes to ge...
ESFP: Performer Good at stepping out on a limb, especially around other people. They are typically very friendly & can o...
ENFP: Champion Very outgoing, handy with imagination, and can see the possibilities in anything  in life. Able to make s...
ENTP: Inventor Able to voice their thoughts with ease, speed, and ingenuity. They are keenly alert to their environment ...
ESTJ: Supervisor Quick to take action on decisions as long as they are directly applicable and  practical. Born organize...
ESFJ: Provider They wear their hearts on their sleeves while giving their all to the folks around  them. They seek to tr...
ENFJ: Teacher A pillar of responsibility and empathy. They are very much in-tune with others inner-drive, emotions, and ...
ENTJ: Fieldmarshal They are quick to lead & wont hesitate to let others know whats going on. They are eagle-eyed when it...
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Jungian 16 Personality Types Test Results -- Quiz by Richard N. Stephenson

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The Jungian 16 Type Personality Test is a form of personality analysis that helps you determine your preferred personality type. You know – how you usually act, react, make decisions, and go about your normal day.

This personality quiz will not tell you every aspect of your life, but it could help pinpoint some of your “home-base” preferred ways of doing things. This includes career choices, relationship tips, and main opportunities for growth.

The printable PDF eBook version of the Jungian Type Personality test gives you expanded results, more details on how to grow, and how to take the next step.

Have fun and remember – this isn’t really a test – it’s just a calm, easy, fun way to help you turn the focus on you so that you can focus on turning you in the direction you want to go.

The following slides cover basic summaries of all Jung 16 personality types.

16 Personality Types Detailed ==============

The Jungian 16 Type Personality Test is designed to measure how you like to look at the world and make decisions. Inside, you'll find your 4 letter Jungian type and will be able to start making a difference today with practical, useful, and simple tips. Here are the 16 personality types covered:

1.ISTJ (Inspector)
2.ISFJ (Protector)
3.INFJ (Counselor)
4.INTJ (Mastermind)
5.ISTP (Crafter)
6.ISFP (Composer)
7.INFP (Healer)
8.INTP (Architect)
9.ESTP (Promoter)
10.ESFP (Performer)
11.ENFP (Champion)
12.ENTP (Inventor)
13.ESTJ (Supervisor)
14.ESFJ (Provider)
15.ENFJ (Teacher)
16.ENTJ (Fieldmarshal)


How Reliable is the Jungian 16 Type Personality Test? ===============

Trait based personality assessments that rely primarily on S-Data (self-sourced) are considered useful to the extent that they satisfy this statement: "An instrument is said to be valid when it measures what it has been designed to measure (Ghiselli, Campbell, & Zedeck, 1981; Murphy & Davidshofer, 2005)."

Therefore these types of tests, if well designed, are as useful as the user wants them to be. These statements apply to the all well-designed personality tests. All this means is you should take the test honestly and you should exercise good judgment when evaluating your results.

As a little history lesson, there are other very well-known type tests out there that used the research of Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers to achieve great results. Those assessments devised their theories from Carl Jung's work in his book Psychological Types (1921). A fine combination of great research, testing, and theorizing to create great tools.

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  1. 1. Jung 16 Types Personality Test Results*The Jungian 16 Type Personality Test is a form of personality analysis that helps you determineyour preferred personality type. You know – how you usually act, react, make decisions, and goabout your normal day.This personality quiz will not tell you every aspect of your life, but it could help pinpoint some ofyour “home-base” preferred ways of doing things. This includes career choices, relationship tips,and main opportunities for growth.The printable PDF eBook version of the Jungian Type Personality test gives you expandedresults, more details on how to grow, and how to take the next step.Have fun and remember – this isn’t really a test – it’s just a calm, easy, fun way to help you turnthe focus on you so that you can focus on turning you in the direction you want to go.The following slides cover basic summaries of all Jung 16 personality types.
  2. 2. ISTJ: Inspector Reserved in social situations and can be very matter-of-fact in getting things done. They are highly dependable, thorough, and committed to their word. Tend to have great focus and prefer a procedural approach when it comes to completing tasks. Are big fans or organization and structure in all walks of life. They prefer to support and promote the traditions and establishments of a steady society.
  3. 3. ISFJ: Protector More on the reserved side while still being quite friendly and agreeable. Responsible and loyal to their commitments. Prefer to err on the side of perfectionism when it comes to completing tasks and supporting projects. They do put great importance on trying to get a feel for the emotions of others and even take note of important characteristics and events for those closest to them. Seek harmony and structured systems when it comes to work and home life.
  4. 4. INFJ: Counselor They make it their duty to find the purpose and connections behind everything they touch and think about. Believe that relationships, goods, and random ideas fit into the big picture somehow. Tend to have a good grasp on what makes people tick and how to bring it out in them. Their values are rock-solid and are firmly planted in their core-being. Will often spend a great deal of time figuring out how to better make a meaningful impact on the world. They are able to see their visions through to the realization phase.
  5. 5. INTJ: Mastermind True creative and ingenious minds, seeking to attain their goals through implementing their ideas instead of just collecting them. Actively and easily see patterns and connections in their environment and interests. They are especially good at seeing how things fit into their overall goals and long-term plans. Though they require appropriate and relevant drive, they can be quite powerful when it comes to seeing projects through. They are not conformists and hold others to their highly inquisitive preferences.
  6. 6. ISTP: Crafter Reserved, highly adaptable, and effectively tolerant of others. They dont wait around to solve problems and tackle them as soon as they appear. Good at sifting through the tons of data in life to get at the real meat of the problem and situation. They prefer to approach things from the factual and principled angle, making sure efficiency is a prime concern. They are not big fans of theory, always trying to focus on the cause and effect relationships surrounding them.
  7. 7. ISFP: Composer Tend to be quiet and somewhat sensitive, but quite amiable and generous. Prefer to live in the moment than worry about the future or dwell on the past. Tend to seek environments that support their need to have high levels of latitude and control over their time and space. Their closest of family and friends are greatly cherished. They have very strong core-values that must not be disturbed. Tend to actively avoid imposing their own thoughts and beliefs on others.
  8. 8. INFP: Healer These visionaries are focused on the future but are dedicated to those closest to them. Their core-values are deeply cherished and seek to align their environment accordingly. Curiosity is a key factor as they actively see patterns and available opportunities. Can be the deciding factor when it comes to getting ideas off of the drawing board and into the real world. They desire to empower people & help realize the dreams & potential in others. Tend to be quite flexible, resourceful, and tolerant so long as their values are not disturbed.
  9. 9. INTP: Architect They will actively look for the logical connection in subjects and interests surrounding them. The routine and repetitive tasks bore them to death as they highly appreciate theory and the abstract. Tend to prefer working through ideas in their heads than through other people. Can be very quiet and reserved while maintaining reasonable flexibility. They can focus like a laser on the things that interest them beyond standard duties. Their days are full of analysis and critical questioning of everything around them.
  10. 10. ESTP: Promoter Able to tolerate a lot while maintaining high levels of adaptability. Quite practical when it comes to getting things done and done efficiently. They are not stimulated or motivated by anything that doesnt have a firm base in reality and practicality. They take a no-nonsense approach to getting things done and seek out solutions to problems with great energy. They enjoy being active with others around them and learn better through action. They are big fans of creature comforts and material goods.
  11. 11. ESFP: Performer Good at stepping out on a limb, especially around other people. They are typically very friendly & can overlook a lot when judging others. They get a big kick out of enjoying life and the material wonder that enhances comfort. They are good at seeing what others around them need to enhance their lives and work while actively seeking to help. They make work enjoyable and prefer the route of common sense when it comes to getting things done. They tend to be quite spontaneous and adaptable. Have a preference of learning new skills in a group setting.
  12. 12. ENFP: Champion Very outgoing, handy with imagination, and can see the possibilities in anything in life. Able to make seemingly obscure connections amongst varying sources of information and patterns in a quick manner. But they dont stop there as they implement with confidence. They do tend to seek loads of affirmation from other people, but are just as quick to give it right back with added support. They can act on a moments notice and are adaptable. They can be very resourceful. Also have a firm grasp on communication skills.
  13. 13. ENTP: Inventor Able to voice their thoughts with ease, speed, and ingenuity. They are keenly alert to their environment and are quite good at tackling new problems. Good at thinking through ideas strategically, while being able to judge their overall value and usefulness. Usually quite skilled at understanding the true intensions of others. Routine tasks and methods of work will bore them to death. They enjoy trying new ways of tackling the same old issues just to see what comes up. Can be hindered by starting, and not finishing, too many new things.
  14. 14. ESTJ: Supervisor Quick to take action on decisions as long as they are directly applicable and practical. Born organizers and doers of just getting things done. Seek no-nonsense approaches to steam-rolling toward their biggest goals in the most sensible way available. They absolutely love handling the routine details in life. They work to clear, logical, and very objective values when it comes to completing tasks. They also hold these highly rigid standards to others & can be relatively assertive when it comes to compliance with their ideas.
  15. 15. ESFJ: Provider They wear their hearts on their sleeves while giving their all to the folks around them. They seek to treat people fairly and see that others work in as harmonious a way as possible. They are not the lone wolf type and will typically look to others to combine their efforts in finishing projects. Their word is worth a lot and they believe that even the small things matter. They are good at seeing what others around them need to enhance their lives and work while actively seeking to help. They have a deep need to be appreciated & respected for what they do and who they are.
  16. 16. ENFJ: Teacher A pillar of responsibility and empathy. They are very much in-tune with others inner-drive, emotions, and desires. Not only do they find it rather easy to discover the potential in others, they actively seek to bring it out in both individuals and teams. They can be very loyal and respond well to genuine feedback. Often a source of inspiration in leadership and group roles, they have no problem uplifting the team.
  17. 17. ENTJ: Fieldmarshal They are quick to lead & wont hesitate to let others know whats going on. They are eagle-eyed when it comes to pointing out inefficiencies in processes and procedures. They excel at designing, implementing, and empowering very robust systems inside of organizations in order to resolve major issues. They are natural visionaries & long-term goal setters. They enjoy being up-to-speed in relevant information, books, & general knowledge - not just to learn but to share, too. They can be rather assertive when it comes to presenting & supporting their ideas.
  18. 18. Gain Clarity & Find Direction in Your LifeFind Out How to Boost Your Career, Relationships, & Confidence: Do you wish you had more confidence and direction in your life? Do you get frustrated by heated discussions with your partner or coworkers? Are you feeling stuck in your job, not knowing where to go next? Are you tired of personality tools that only give vague hints on how to grow? Do you fumble over talking with coworkers, strangers, or in public speaking? Take the test today and get started on changing your life. Click Here to Take the Test: http://bit.ly/freejungtest

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