Book Personality Challenge

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Hey, guys! Sorry for being so inactive but school and work have been taking more time than I initially anticipated! 😫 I swear I’m trying to answer comments whenever I have time and doing the tags I have missing!

So, today I’m doing the Book Personality Challenge Tag, for which I’ve been tagged by Olga @Olgasoddishobsession. Make sure you guys check out her amazing blog and also her answers to this tag here!!

Hope you guys enjoy this tag, and let’s get started!

What is your MBTI personality type? 

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It changed a bit since last year but it’s still the same personality type.

“The Advocate personality type is very rare, making up less than one percent of the population, but they nonetheless leave their mark on the world. As members of the Diplomat Role group, Advocates have an inborn sense of idealism and morality, but what sets them apart is that they are not idle dreamers, but people capable of taking concrete steps to realize their goals and make a lasting positive impact.”


What is your personality like?

I’m not sure about all this but some stuff is definitely right…

The Advocate personality type is very rare, making up less than one percent of the population, but they nonetheless leave their mark on the world. As members of the Diplomat Role group, Advocates have an inborn sense of idealism and morality, but what sets them apart is that they are not idle dreamers, but people capable of taking concrete steps to realize their goals and make a lasting positive impact.

Advocates indeed share a unique combination of traits: though soft-spoken, they have very strong opinions and will fight tirelessly for an idea they believe in. They are decisive and strong-willed, but will rarely use that energy for personal gain – Advocates will act with creativity, imagination, conviction and sensitivity not to create advantage, but to create balance.

Advocates find it easy to make connections with others, and have a talent for warm, sensitive language, speaking in human terms, rather than with pure logic and fact. It makes sense that their friends and colleagues will come to think of them as quiet Extraverted types, but they would all do well to remember that Advocates need time alone to decompress and recharge, and to not become too alarmed when they suddenly withdraw. Advocates take great care of other’s feelings, and they expect the favor to be returned – sometimes that means giving them the space they need for a few days.


If you were a character in a book, what would be some of your character strengths and flaws?

I agree with some of the things this site mentions about my personality but there are also a few things that I’m not really sure about. So these are the ones I agree with:

Insightful – Seeing through dishonesty and disingenuous motives, Advocates step past manipulation and sales tactics and into a more honest discussion. Advocates see how people and events are connected, and are able to use that insight to get to the heart of the matter.

Determined and Passionate – When Advocates come to believe that something is important, they pursue that goal with a conviction and energy that can catch even their friends and loved ones off guard. Advocates will rock the boat if they have to, something not everyone likes to see, but their passion for their chosen cause is an inseparable part of their personality.

Sensitive – When someone challenges or criticizes Advocates’ principles or values, they are likely to receive an alarmingly strong response. People with the Advocate personality type are highly vulnerable to criticism and conflict, and questioning their motives is the quickest way to their bad side.

Extremely Private – Advocates tend to present themselves as the culmination of an idea. This is partly because they believe in this idea, but also because Advocates are extremely private when it comes to their personal lives, using this image to keep themselves from having to truly open up, even to close friends. Trusting a new friend can be even more challenging for Advocates.

Perfectionistic – Advocates are all but defined by their pursuit of ideals. While this is a wonderful quality in many ways, an ideal situation is not always possible – in politics, in business, in romance – and Advocates too often drop or ignore healthy and productive situations and relationships, always believing there might be a better option down the road.

Can Burn Out Easily – Their passion, poor patience for routine maintenance, tendency to present themselves as an ideal, and extreme privacy tend to leave Advocates with few options for letting off steam. People with this personality type are likely to exhaust themselves in short order if they don’t find a way to balance their ideals with the realities of day-to-day living.


Do any authors share your personality type?

I only found Goethe. But some famous people who share my personality type are Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Mother Teresa, Jimmy Carter, Morgan Freeman, …

What fictional characters share your personality type?

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If you were a character in a book, what job would you have?

If I were a character in a book, I could have jobs such as – counselors, psychologists, doctors, life coaches, writers, ..


What personality type would complete your OTP?

Either ENTP or ENFP personality type. And my boyfriend is actually a ENFP, which I found interesting!

Who are some fictional characters that would complete your OTP?

Well I wasn’t able to find many characters that are ENTP or ENFP but I found some…

Willy Wonka, Peeta Mellark, Tyrion Lannister, …


 

I tag…

Inkyspells / Icebreaker694 / Thebookmermaid / Thoughtsonfantasy /

 Painfullyfictional / Onespeculiar

If you’ve done this already feel free to skip it!

Have fun and use the link 16personalities.com to do your own test!

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