At least once a month for the last two decades, someone asks me what my Myers-Briggs type is. I assume this is what ‘what’s your sign?’ was in the 1970s. So, after being asked like 11 times, I first took the test in the 90s and every once in a while, when I’m super bored, I’ll take the test again.
And it seems over the last quarter century some things haven’t changed…. I’ve remained the same (INFP). So I think it would be safe to frame this on my wall… And I’m digging these Myers-Briggs inspired prints. Check them all out. Wouldn’t a set of these look cool in a house to represent the individuals who live there?
Too nerdy? Perhaps, but not too nerdy for me.
As much as I really don’t want to be, I am a sucker for these tests…and Myers-Briggs tests (and most things Jung, really) make sense and are surprisingly accurate. And it wouldn’t be so interesting if it weren’t so consistently true. At least, it seems true for me. What? You’ve never taken the Myers Briggs test? Stop it. And do it now.
So which Myers-Briggs type are you? Is your art accurate?
Oh, also. There’s this color test. What do you think about that?
And while I have you, which direction do you see this chick spinning? Does anyone see her going counter-clockwise?
Added by suggestion: What’s your Enneagram type?
Also added: Someone just emailed me to suggest The Secret Language of Birthdays. What’s your birthday language?
For the record, I’m an INFP, Yellow, Right-brained, Sacrificial, Enthusiast/Peacemaker Pisces. Have a happy day.