I did this Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Personality Test two years ago, based on the need for my company to know each other, especially among and between peers and supervisors, to work efficiently (according to a rich consultant, rich because my company is paying him a lot!!!). It comprises of 42 questions, answers of which would roughly tell a person which four personality components the person belongs to:
Extroversion (E) / Introversion (I)
Sensory (S) / Intuitive (N)
Feeler (F) / Thinker (T)
Judging (J) / Perceiving (P)
Guess what I am? An ESFP. Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, and Perceiving. In a nutshell, I was labeled "Let's Make Work Fun"!
Majority of my time during work, my results from the test matches with who I really am. However, at certain times, I'd rather be alone and silent - like what I am now, typing here alone. I remembered that, from the MBTI test, I have a 6/5 score out of 11 questions, 6 tells me I'm extroverted, and 5 intreverted. Well, this explains why I'm on the fence - talk crap a lot at one time, and fall into dumb silence at another.
Anyway, let's play play!