Have you ever looked into the mirror and felt that something was missing? That you were incomplete? A gap between you you currently are and who you want to be?
The first step is assessing who you are and your flaws to then assess what is necessary for you to change and improve for a more productive life.
My Self Assessment PART 1 allowed for self reflection in one simple phrase.
For this post I feel that to get a thorough in depth analysis everyone should try 16 personality test
(I know, ironic that my strategy is constant improvement).
The test states that the one thing that holds Logicians back is their restless and pervasive fear of failure. Logician personalities are so prone to reassessing their own thoughts and theories, worrying that they’ve missed some critical piece of the puzzle, that they can stagnate, lost in an intangible world where their thoughts are never truly applied. Overcoming this self-doubt stands as the greatest challenge Logicians are likely to face.
Also strengths and weakness listed are:
- Great Analysts and Abstract Thinkers
- Imaginative and Original
- Honest and Straightforward
- Very Private and Withdrawn
- Loathe Rules and Guidelines
- Second-Guess Themselves
Summary, it seems to me that the biggest areas habits that are in need of improvement it to learn to be more open and inviting, to gain control of emotions and not let them run me, not to second guess my self and learn to become more disciplined with deadlines, rules and expectations.
Fun Fact: I share personality type with Bill Gates, Albert Einstein, Blaise Pascal and Isaac Newton. 🙂 The rest weren’t that great (i.e Kristen Stewart ;( )
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