2014-10-17 - 10:06 p.m.
I love fun personality tests. This was from a silly one on FB that is "based" on the Myers Briggs but rather than the 150 questions is just ten, so I question its accuracy. If it IS accurate that would be nice as it would mean I have mellowed a bit with age!( Possible as I am more emotional , that is for sure. Maybe, just maybe it is NOT only in a NEUROTIC manner!)
I laughed at the manipulative part in the below description of my personality... hey maybe that can come in handy and I can CONVINCE Someone TO HIRE ME!!! I think I am moving through the stages of grief in response to the latest job reject. First came shock, sadness and depression, then I hit the anger phase FINALLY. That is better than the depressed phase.
You know those folks that TROLL articles to vent their anger at the world?
"Because it is better to take what I can as I have joined the ranks of the downwardly spiraling, highly educated that want to work, with advanced degrees, who make up 10% of the long term employed in this economy RATHER Than exhaust my 401K and lose ALL I HAVE because I am too proud and hold out in hopes of the $100K a year contract manager position"
The poster had said "must have a car" and that kinda pissed me off. I mean if one can get a bus to work reliably OR BIKE what business is it of the employer whether the employee has a car or not?
BOY THAT FELT GOOD
And maybe, just maybe, someone will actually think one of those e-mails appears amusing and not seething with frustration and anger...
In any case it was a GREAT release!
I don't REALLY want a paralegal job that pays $10- 15 an hour but hey if I got an offer I WOULD Take it gratefully and study for the BAR. So I tried to not be TOO OBNOXIOUS , except for the obnoxious postings that are not close by. I did find two DECENT postings on Craigs list I sent NICE cover letters to.
By the end of hours of job hunting I felt a little better finally. The venting letters however made me feel BEST I HAve yet since that phone call. VERY THERAPUTIC!!!
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Because of their extraordinary social skill, they can make people do exactly what they want, getting under people's skin and get the reactions they are seeking. Although ENFJs motives are usually unselfish, ENFJ is one of the most manipulative personality types.
ENFJ have a tendency to be very self critical and can have dark thoughts when they spend too much time alone.
ENFJs are usually more reserved than other extroverted types. Because they focus on other people's feeling, they will most likely adapt their behavior like a chameleon.
This does not mean that they don't have any opinions: ENFJs set up values and clearly defend those as long as they are not too personal. ENFJs that do not reveal their true selves and focus too much on the feelings of others might feel quite lonely despite their intense social life.
ENFJs are generally very popular. They are fun to be with, warm and straight-forward, energetic and fast-paced. They have a strong need for durable intimate relationships. They are extremely loyal and trustworthy when they get involved in such relationships.
ENFJs like well-organized things and pay attention to always keep everything well structured around them, especially in their home.
In the work place, ENFJs are naturals for every situation that requires dealing with people. They are extremely good when it comes to inspiring and leading others.