Even More of Me


Forget small talk. One of my favorite things to ask a new acquaintance is their personality type. Here are some of my favorite tests (& my results!)

Clifton Strengths Test

Strategic - People exceptionally talented in the Strategic theme create alternative ways to proceed. Faced with any given scenario, they can quickly spot the relevant patterns and issues.

Relator - People exceptionally talented in the Relator theme enjoy close relationships with others. They find deep satisfaction in working hard with friends to achieve a goal.

Empathy - People exceptionally talented in the Empathy theme can sense other people’s feelings by imagining themselves in others’ lives or situations.

Achiever - People exceptionally talented in the Achiever theme work hard and posess a great deal of stamina. They take immense satisfaction in being busy and productive.

Discipline - People exceptionally talented in the Discipline theme enjoy routine and structure. Their world is best described by the order they create.


Type 3 - The Achiever
Type Threes are success-oriented and extremely driven. They are motivated by their constant need to be successful. They do everything they can to avoid failure. They never want to look like they don’t know what they’re doing, and they put a little too much focus on what others think of them.

Type 2 - The Helper
As the name suggests, Type Twos are always there to lend a hand and act as a support system for family and friends. They are motivated by their need to be loved and needed at all times. They’re extremely giving—sometimes to the point of putting others’ needs before their own. Their value relationships and service, and come across as warm and interpersonal.

Type 1 - The Perfectionist
Type Ones focus on following the rules and doing things the right way. They are motivated by their desire to live the “right” way and to always avoid fault and blame. They can sometimes be too hard on themselves but are ethical, dedicated, and reliable. They strive to help themselves and others be the best they can be

Meyer & Brigg’s

As an ENFJ, you are driven by a deep sense of altruism and empathy for other people. You have an intuitive sense of the emotions of others, and often act as an emotional barometer for the people around you. You tend to personally experience the feelings of others, and feel compelled to act when you see people suffering. But your compassion is not reserved for the people close to you; at heart, you are a humanitarian, and you feel genuine concern for the ills of the entire human race.

You want close, supportive connections with others, and believe that cooperation is the best way to get things done. You like to be liked and are very sensitive to feedback, both positive and negative. You expect the best not just from yourself, but from others as well, and may find yourself disappointed when others are not as genuine in their intentions as you are. You work hard to maintain strong relationships, and strive to be a valuable member of your family and community.

You are typically energetic and driven, and often have a lot on your plate. You are tuned into the needs of others and acutely aware of human suffering; however, you also tend to be optimistic and forward-thinking, intuitively seeing opportunity for improvement. You are ambitious, but your ambition is not self-serving: rather, you feel personally responsible for making the world a better place.

Harry Potter House

(the most important personality test)


"You might belong in Hufflepuff,
Where they are just and loyal,
Those patient Hufflepuffs are true,
And unafraid of toil."— Sorting Hat

Hufflepuff is the most inclusive among the four houses, valuing hard work, dedication, patience, loyalty, and fair play rather than a particular aptitude in its members. Hufflepuffs were known to have a strong moral code, and a sense of right and wrong. Students in Hufflepuff were known to value everyone and treat them as equal.

Hufflepuff's nature and reputation was perhaps best exemplified by its mascot, the badger. Though a quiet and largely unassuming creature that most perceive to be harmless, the badger can be surprisingly vicious if provoked and capable of fighting off animals many times its size, especially if there is a threat to what it cares about. Their capacity to be far more dangerous and cunning than their reputation would suggest, was also shown by the fact that of the four house common rooms, theirs was the only one that possessed an active defence mechanism against those who would try to seek unauthorized entry.

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