Personality profiles. How to explain the abstract facets of a person’s persona. Have you ever wondered what makes a person tick? Have you ever wondered why someone doesn’t quite fit into a “box”?
It turns out I’m a Unicorn, according to Meyers Briggs, and Jungian psychology.
Women who take this test will score high in the Feeling and Percieving segments. Men score high in the Thinking and Judging segments. Men and women score similarly in the Introvert/Extrovert.
This is a description from a Myers Briggs Personality Indicator test. I’ve taken it many, many times in my professional capacities in multiple corporations. I will sway between ENTJ and INTJ depending on the pressure I am dealing with. Less pressure, I’m more of an extrovert. More pressure, I pull in and focus. Understand? Extrovert-Introvert/Intuitive/Thinking/Judging is what the initials stand for. In other jargons….I’m an extreme Left Brain dominant individual. Not common for a woman.
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I never understood why people were afraid of me. But now I am more aware of it, and I care substantially less about it in most cases. I meter out my responses to be prudent but I’m tired of the continually offended. That is their disease.
I am an Unicorn. Spirited. Unique. Free. Precious. Unusual. Rare. Priceless. Fearless. Authentic. Logical. True. Loyal. Devoted. Defender of good. Destroyer of the feckless. Unapologetic.
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With Spirited being the writing prompt for today, and Unaplogetic being my word for the year, I’m giving you a little glimpse into the life of this Unicorn.