I hate having no Internet access at home. I wish I had the time and connection to continue crafting more awesomesauce posts from the comfort of home. In the meantime, I did this:
Note: I used bold font for the traits that I think describe me the best! 🙂
You Are An ESTP (Extravert, Sensor, Thinker, Perceiver)
ESTPs represent between 4 and 5% of the U.S. population
ESTPs don’t worry – they’re happy! ESTPs are typically charming, friendly, spontaneous, playful, and easy going people with great powers of observation and the ability to live completely “in the moment”. They like to talk about what is real and concrete (their experiences, facts, current events, sports, etc.). ESTPs work well under pressure and are comfortable making last minute decisions. They can be good negotiators and tough, logical decision makers when necessary.
Realistic and pragmatic, ESTPs tend to speak directly and clearly, responding best to people who are down-to-earth. Friendly and charming, ESTPs are popular and at ease in most social situations. They are outgoing, versatile, and funny and may have an endless supply of jokes and stories for whatever situation they find themselves in.
Jung’s Type Description for ESTPs:
content, emotionally stable, outgoing, social, group oriented, finisher, does not like to be alone, open, decisive, likes external praise, likes to be center of attention, frequently joking, adjusts easily, likes crowds, self confident, neutral moods, good at getting people to have fun, disorganized, messy, talented at presentation, not easily annoyed, enjoys crude jokes, likes to lead, likes sports, more likely to come off as masculine, risk taker, tends to dominate conversations, fearless, can handle criticism, hard to discourage
CEO, sports management, fighter pilot, marketing specialist, business manager, race car driver, supervisor, economist, airline pilot, bar owner, consultant, CIA agent, security specialist, technician, businessman, mechanical engineer, public relations specialist, coach, manager, marketing director, sales associate, mechanic, politician, publicist