Personality Types

How does your personality impact your career choice? Do certain jobs and careers better correlate to different personality types? Are there even such things as “personality types” for that matter, or just 8 billion different combinations of traits that are then impacted by changing states? Indeed, better understanding the topic of personality, and (more importantly) understanding your own personality will help you maximize your unique strengths and be aware of your shortcomings as it relates to choosing a career and then performing to your optimal ability.

What is the DISC Assessment?

The DISC assessment is a personality model that is designed to measure an individual’s personality and behavioral style. More than most other personality tests, the DISC assessment was designed specifically to be used in the workplace. It is typically used to improve communication and performance within teams. In this post, we will get to know the DISC assessment a little better. Specifically, we will explore its history, its modern day use and what YOU can do next to kickstart your career search. History of The DISC Assessment The first glimpse of the DISC assessment appeared in 1928. William Moulton Marston, …

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ENFJ

ENFJ: The Protagonist

Always ready to lend a helping hand, the ENFJ, or “The Protagonist” (or sometimes “The Mentor”) enjoys serving the community. They are socially aware, friendly, welcoming and patient and tend do dive into meaningful connections. In this article, we will explore the ENFJ in detail. We hope that if you have tested as an ENFJ then this article will help you to understand yourself a little better! ENFJ Meaning The ENFJ, or the Protagonist, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include …

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ENFP

ENFP: The Campaigner

The ENFP or the “Campaigner” (or sometimes the “Social Butterfly”) is enthusiastic, warm and engaging. They are always ready to bring new ideas to the table, and often appear to have limitless potential! In this article, we will explore the meaning of ‘ENFP’ by looking at their core traits, strengths, weaknesses and their cognitive functions. ENFP Meaning The ENFP, or the Campaigner, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Keirsey Temperament Sorter, among others. “ENFP” …

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INTJ

ISTP: The Virtuoso

The ISTP is called the “Virtuoso” (or sometimes “The Craftsperson”) because of their ability to use their five senses in a manner that is concrete and literal. They often have innate mechanical abilities and love to understand how things work. In this article, we are going to look at the key traits, strengths, weaknesses, career options and famous ISTPs. If you have tested as an ISTP, then we hope you find the below information useful! ISTP Meaning The ISTP, or the Virtuoso, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on …

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ESFJ

ESFJ: The Consul

Also known as ‘The Provider’, ESFJ (or “The Consul”) is gregarious, welcoming and highly organized. In this article, we will explore the ESFJ in-depth – looking at their traits, strengths and weaknesses, career options and famous ESFJs! ESFJ Meaning The ESFJ, or The Consul, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Keirsey Temperament Sorter, among others. ESFJ represents an individual who is Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling and Judging. This indicates that they are a person who …

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INTP

INTP: The Thinker

INTPs are called The Thinkers (and sometimes “The Architect”) for a reason: these personality types enjoy dealing with things logically and rationally. Level-headed and ready to troubleshoot, the INTP tackles things independently and are often absorbed in thought… often appearing oblivious to the world around them! In this article, we will explore the INTP in-depth – looking at their traits, strengths and weaknesses, career options and famous INTPs!  INTP Meaning The INTP, or the Thinker, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models …

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INTJ

INTJ: The Architect

The INFJ, or “The Architect” (or sometimes “The Mastermind”) is strategic, collected and will climb their way to the top of their ladders of choice. In this article, we will explore the INTJ in detail. We hope that if you have tested as an INTJ then this article will help you to understand yourself a little better! INTJ Meaning The INTJ personality type (aka the Architect) is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Keirsey Temperament …

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ESFP

ESFP: The Entertainer

The ESFP, or the “Entertainer (sometimes called the “Performer) is, as the name suggests, sociable, energetic and fun-loving. They crave stimulation and excitement and are often very loud and outgoing. If you have tests as an ESFP, then we hope this article will give you a better insight into an ESFP. Let’s dive in! ESFP Meaning The ESFP, or the Entertainer, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Keirsey Temperament Sorter, among others. ESFP stands …

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ESTP

ESTP: The Entrepreneur

The ESTP, or the Entrepreneur (sometimes called the “Explorer”) is someone who is practical, observant and light-hearted. Often, ESTPs have high levels or energy and stamina and see life as one giant adventure. In this article, we will dive into gaining a deeper insight of the ESTP. We will explore their traits, their strengths, their weaknesses, their cognitive functions and possible career considerations. Enjoy! ESTP Meaning ESTP, or the Entrepreneur, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator …

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INFJ

INFJ: The Advocate

Intuitive and deep-thinkers, the INFJ, or “The Advocate” (or sometimes “The Counselor”) seeks to wholly understand the world around them and bring out the best in each individual. In this article, we will explore the INFJ in detail so that if you, or anyone you know, has tested as an INFJ, you can have a good understanding of their traits, strengths and functions. INFJ Meaning The INFJ, or the Advocate, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator …

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