help me. i can’t sleep. i should be writing my personal statement for syracuse but i got sidetracked. my fingers are numb. and i just sent out invitations to people to come read my weblog. why? you may be asking this yourself. i dunno. i have no idea why i do half the things i do. is it a cry for help? is it some narcissistic urge to be in your minds all the time? is it just another outlet to write for an audience? this is so therapeutic that it’s fun. it’s like a couch session with a bar.
did you know Australia Day is this sunday? Tricia and David are in Australia. it’s also the Super Bowl. but, i bet you knew that one. the Raiders are going to win. it’s all politically rigged. this sports season was California’s turn to bat. we picked the short straw. to generate revenue, create job flow…Angels, Lakers, Raiders. actually it doesn’t matter if they win…cuz the Super Bowl is already here. next season we won’t win a thing. unless we play dirty.
The results of my career personality type test.
Take Career Personality Type Test Here.
Isabella, your career personality type is ENFP.
That means that based on the standard measure of personality traits, you have strong organizational and project management skills. When others lose sight of the big picture, you help them to stay focused to see what’s important and weed out unnecessary details. You are most fulfilled by your work when you are allowed to think creatively and consider new approaches to work. You are not afraid to take calculated risks and see mistakes or failures as opportunity for growth.
You have a diverse array of interests and are even regarded as a Renaissance type of person. You possess an inspiring zest for life and abound with creativity. You seek venues to express your thoughts and feelings. Your personality and beliefs shine through in most of the work you do.
The reason employers and recruiters might be on the lookout for you is that only about 6% of the U.S. population shares the unique characteristics of your personality type. Research shows that businesses succeed when employers create a good balance of personality types in the office. And since only 6% of the U.S. population shares your type, that means employers are looking for you.
So, hire me already.