Meyers briggs dating
When some people hear about my personality work, most people think of the Myers-Briggs Test, and tell me they are an ‘INFP’ or an ‘ENFJ’, and ask what I am and how it’s used at e Harmony.
I had no idea what this meant, so I took the questionnaire. Soon after exploring the personality charts, I also discovered that INTJ and ENFPs are a match made in MBTI heaven. For those who have taken a MBTI test before, you know that reading your results can be kind of jaw-dropping.
Interestingly, this preference is highly dictated by the presence of the outside world and other people, especially at work.
It is important to point out that having an MBTI Judging preference does not mean that you are a judgmental person, it simply means that you prefer to be more scheduled, are more of an organized type of person, and prefer a more structured life then that of a Perceiving Type.
The MBTI® Perceiving Preference, which explains how we process information and our subjective views of the world, includes two distinctly opposite preferences: Sensing and Intuition.
Those that prefer Sensing take in information from the outside world through their five senses, including sight, smell, sound, taste, and touch, and use this objective information to formulate their ideas based on what is presently concrete and substantial.