Just for fun, I'm doing a post about my personality. Everyone loves learning about other people's personalities, right? And to make it even more fun, I'm making it into a blog tag! Ya know, just 'cause I can. ;)
1. (optional) Thank whoever nominated you/Post the above button
2. Find two favorite quotes for your personality type
3. Name three favorite movie characters that have your personality
and one weakness in your personality that you're trying to change (or more if you really want to)
4. Tell us a little bit about your personality
5. Have you ever taken a personality test? If so, which one?
6. Tag three to five people
>>Here's my two favorite ESFP quotes:
>>Three favorite movie ESFP characters:
Pippen from Lord of the Rings
Po from Kung Fu Panda
Soren from Guardian's of Ga'hoole
>>One thing I struggle with as an ESFP:
I tend to be unfocused: Anything that requires long-term dedication and focus is a particular challenge for ESFPs like myself. In academics, dense, unchanging subjects like Math *cough, cough* are much more difficult than more dynamic, relatable subjects like reading or writing. The trick for us ESFPs is to find day-to-day joy in broader goals, and to tough it out with those tedious things that must be done.
>>A little bit about the ESFP personality:
We tend to be:
Bold – ESFPs aren't known for holding back. Wanting to experience everything there is to experience, people with the ESFP personality type don't mind stepping out of their comfort zones when no one else is willing.
Original – Traditions and expectations are secondary to ESFPs, if a consideration at all. ESFP personalities love to experiment with new styles, and constantly find new ways to stick out in the crowd.
Natural Actors/Actresses – Not stopping at mere outfits, ESFPs inject artistic creativity into their words and actions, too. Every day is a performance, and ESFPs love to put on a show.
Practical – To ESFPs, the world is meant to be felt and experienced. Truth is stranger than fiction, and ESFPs prefer to see and do than to wax philosophical about "what-ifs".
Observant – With all this focus on the here and now, on doing and acting, it makes sense that ESFPs are naturals when it comes to noticing real, tangible things and changes.
Excellent People People – More so than things though, ESFPs love to pay attention to people. They are talkative, witty, and almost never run out of things to discuss. For people with this personality type, happiness and satisfaction stem from the time they spend with the people they enjoy being with.
>>Have I taken a personality test? If so, which one?
Yep. I took one on 16 Personalities...which is where I took all of the above information...except the quotes and movie characters. Those were thanks to Google. ;)
>>And now for the people I tag!! ^_^
Sarah from A Well-Cultivated Mind
Margaret from Preparing for the Ultimate Career
Jesseca from Whimsical Writings
Jonathan from Fishing for Ideas
Jody from Slightly Decaffeinated Ramblings about Stupid People
Faith P. from Stories by Firefly
Bethany from A Great God and Good Cocoa
In other news, before I end this post, my giveaway ended a couple days ago, and I finally have a chance to post the winner!
And the winner is....
DEBORAH C. !!!!!! Congratulations! :D :D :D