Apropos of resilience,
What About Clients –> Geeklawyer –> I/P Updates post on the lawyer personality. It turns out that most of us are INTJ according to the Myers-Briggs Inventory.
I’m eNFj. Fifteen years ago I was ENTP.
What are you?
Thanks for the mention, Mark…
I thought I was different than your typical lawyer, but it turns out I’m an INFJ and also the polar opposite of my wife who uses this test frequently in her job as a management trainer.
Ain’t no sense in talking to me; it’s just the same as talking to you.
I’m an eNFJ as well. I went through one of these tests during interviewing with a Fortune 500 firm out of college. Never got to see the results though.But what’s a typical lawyer anyway? I’m tempted to believe any of the lawyers we care to remember, for better or for worse, are not the typical ones.
Interesting. I appear to be an ISTJ.
I’m an INFJ currently, and I think I’ve finally grown into it more. I used to always end up in the middle of everything making me mostly nothing. As much as I’d like to be an INTJ and people would usually assume I am one, I’m too much of a softy these days.
Thanks, all, for your comments. I’ve been reading the personalitypage.com descriptions of your personalities. David and Maggie are “protectors.” Shannon, Scott, and I are “givers.” Shawn is a “duty fulfiller.
Do you see yourself in the personalitypage description of your type?
Your true brain type (INFJ, INTJ, etc) is biological and never changes. See braintypes.com
15 years ago I was 22. My brain wasn’t finished cooking yet.
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