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    1. Whats Your Personality Type? Roberta Schwartz Wennik, MS, RD

    2. Categories and Preferences Category: What stimulates or energizes you Preferences: Extraversion or Introversion Category: What you want to know Preferences: Sensing or iNtuiting Category: How you make decisions Preferences: Thinking or Feeling Category: The way you handle life Preferences: Judging or Perceiving You possess all the preferences but favor certain ones I = Introvert and N = iNtuitive Extravert spelled with a because thats the way Jung spelled it (Jung developed personality typing (he called psychological type) EXERCISE to understand preference --- Write your name with your writing hand Write your name with the opposite hand What did you feel with the less preferred hand? (awkward, clumsy, childlike, funny, playful) With practice, could improve same with personality type preferencesYou possess all the preferences but favor certain ones I = Introvert and N = iNtuitive Extravert spelled with a because thats the way Jung spelled it (Jung developed personality typing (he called psychological type) EXERCISE to understand preference --- Write your name with your writing hand Write your name with the opposite hand What did you feel with the less preferred hand? (awkward, clumsy, childlike, funny, playful) With practice, could improve same with personality type preferences

    3. What to Watch Out For Even though we favor one preference over the other in each category, we are able to use all the preferences. Personality type can explain some behaviors --- but not all. Dont try to box someone in by type. Variations exist within each type. Be sure you have someones type right. We are able to use all the preferences --- remember writing your name with your less favored hand We are able to use all the preferences --- remember writing your name with your less favored hand

    4. What to Watch Out For There are no good or bad types. Dont use type as an excuse for doing or not doing something. Situational factors may influence the way we express our type. Type creates a bias in how we speak, listen and respond. Becoming aware of that bias allows us to compensate.

    5. What to Watch Out For (cont.) Type does not measure amount of preference or ability Type makes us aware of our gifts Type helps us become aware of the gifts of others

    6. Are you an Extravert or Introvert? Extraverts: Must live life to understand it Introverts: Must understand life before living it.

    7. Extravert or Introvert? Extraverts easier to get to know than Introverts Extraverts tend to INITIATE and Introverts tend to RECEIVE & REFLECT Extraverts easier to get to know than Introverts Extraverts tend to INITIATE and Introverts tend to RECEIVE & REFLECT

    8. Extravert or Introvert? Extraverts are stimulus hungry Introverts may think it through for so long they think they shared it Extraverts are stimulus hungry Introverts may think it through for so long they think they shared it

    9. Extravert or Introvert?

    10. Extravert or Introvert? Do you prefer Even though food pictures are shown, breadth vs. depth refers to many aspects of our lives (job, activities, etc.)Even though food pictures are shown, breadth vs. depth refers to many aspects of our lives (job, activities, etc.)

    11. Extravert or Introvert? Do you tend to think out loud? OR Do you examine the facts first, then say what youre thinking? Will this meeting be more successful for the Extraverts who may feel more comfortable to talk about their problems?Will this meeting be more successful for the Extraverts who may feel more comfortable to talk about their problems?

    12. Are you a Sensor or iNtuitive? Sensors: Trust their five senses. iNtuitives: Live by a sixth-sense or their hunches.

    13. Sensor or iNtuitive? What is more important to you? Old saying that befits a Sensor: If it aint broke, dont fix it. whereas the iNtuitive is saying Break it so we can make some changes to it.Old saying that befits a Sensor: If it aint broke, dont fix it. whereas the iNtuitive is saying Break it so we can make some changes to it.

    14. Sensor or iNtuitive? Do you prefer to be given facts and details the whole picture ? Sensors ask what and how questions Sensors want answers that are practical and realistic iNtuitives ask why questions iNtuitives prefer multiple options that may involve speculationSensors ask what and how questions Sensors want answers that are practical and realistic iNtuitives ask why questions iNtuitives prefer multiple options that may involve speculation

    15. Sensor or iNtuitive? Do you start at the beginning, taking a step-by-step approach? OR Do you tend to do things randomly? Sensors prefer step-by-step, sequential instructions iNtuitives want to be given all the facts and allowed to deal with them in a way that makes sense to them (most often randomly). They can manage this since they have a grasp of the big picture.Sensors prefer step-by-step, sequential instructions iNtuitives want to be given all the facts and allowed to deal with them in a way that makes sense to them (most often randomly). They can manage this since they have a grasp of the big picture.

    16. Sensor or iNtuitive? Set procedures and established routines applies more to SJ combination Change and variety applies more to NPSet procedures and established routines applies more to SJ combination Change and variety applies more to NP

    17. Sensor or iNtuitive? Do you want things to be definite and measurable? OR Do you prefer an opportunity to be creative and inventive? Sensors may say just tell me what to do, while iNtuitives are saying leave me some room to make this process my own.Sensors may say just tell me what to do, while iNtuitives are saying leave me some room to make this process my own.

    18. Are You a Thinker or Feeler? Thinkers: Life must make sense. Feelers: Life must feel good.

    19. Thinker or Feeler? Do you decide with Your Head? OR Your Heart? Thinkers decide analytically and logically. Thinkers ask the question what are the consequences of this action? Feelers decide based on their personal values and what will either make them feel good or others feel good.Thinkers decide analytically and logically. Thinkers ask the question what are the consequences of this action? Feelers decide based on their personal values and what will either make them feel good or others feel good.

    20. Thinker or Feeler? Thinkers may seem more business-like, while Feelers appear more warm and friendly Its not that Thinkers are insensitive There is a gender bias because it is felt that men should have a Thinking preference while women should be Feelers studies show that there are more males who prefer Thinking and Females prefer Feeling Thinkers may seem more business-like, while Feelers appear more warm and friendly Its not that Thinkers are insensitive There is a gender bias because it is felt that men should have a Thinking preference while women should be Feelers studies show that there are more males who prefer Thinking and Females prefer Feeling

    21. Thinker or Feeler? Conversations follow a pattern of logic if this, then that Conversations follow a pattern of logic if this, then that

    22. Thinker or Feeler? Do you see things Objectively, more as a spectator? Subjectively, more as a participant? Thinkers see things objectively can be more honest with themselves about what theyre doing Feelers see things subjectively may cloud their decision-makingThinkers see things objectively can be more honest with themselves about what theyre doing Feelers see things subjectively may cloud their decision-making

    23. Thinker or Feeler? Are you good at ... Finding mistakes, being critical? OR Showing appreciation, giving praise?

    24. Are You a Judger or Perceiver? Judgers: Life should be organized. Perceivers: Life should be spontaneous.

    25. Judger or Perceiver?

    26. Judger or Perceiver? Judgers may be goal-oriented because they are looking for quick completion to move on to next project Joy of Closure Perceivers are process-oriented and are less concerned about arriving at the goal Joy of ProcessingJudgers may be goal-oriented because they are looking for quick completion to move on to next project Joy of Closure Perceivers are process-oriented and are less concerned about arriving at the goal Joy of Processing

    27. Judger or Perceiver? Judgers will plan in advance how to deal with situations. Perceivers deal with things as they occur. Especially true of SPs. Perceivers often wait til last minute because the pressure of the last minute often spurs them to completionJudgers will plan in advance how to deal with situations. Perceivers deal with things as they occur. Especially true of SPs. Perceivers often wait til last minute because the pressure of the last minute often spurs them to completion

    28. Judger or Perceiver? Do Perceivers, in their juggling act, get everything done? Or because there is no sense of scheduling and they enjoy the process, is okay to do it tomorrow? Do Judgers complete things quickly just to be done with them and maybe not do them fully?Do Perceivers, in their juggling act, get everything done? Or because there is no sense of scheduling and they enjoy the process, is okay to do it tomorrow? Do Judgers complete things quickly just to be done with them and maybe not do them fully?

    29. Judger or Perceiver? Decision-making is at the root of everything you do Do I sleep in this morning? Will I have cereal for breakfast? What project should I work on today? As a Judger, when you make your decision quickly, is it fully thought out? Do you often decide prematurely? Judgers Lets get it done. As a Perceiver, if you continue to collect information, do you end up procrastinating? Perceivers appear to always be in the act of doing something rather than completing somethingDecision-making is at the root of everything you do Do I sleep in this morning? Will I have cereal for breakfast? What project should I work on today? As a Judger, when you make your decision quickly, is it fully thought out? Do you often decide prematurely? Judgers Lets get it done. As a Perceiver, if you continue to collect information, do you end up procrastinating? Perceivers appear to always be in the act of doing something rather than completing something

    30. Judger or Perceiver? Judgers prefer limits. Perceivers want freedom to choose and just go with the flow. Does that work in a structured environment? Will they end up getting the job done? All types can follow any plan for a short length of time. Perceivers may have to employ willpower, if necessary.Judgers prefer limits. Perceivers want freedom to choose and just go with the flow. Does that work in a structured environment? Will they end up getting the job done? All types can follow any plan for a short length of time. Perceivers may have to employ willpower, if necessary.

    31. Judger or Perceiver?

    32. Four-Piece Puzzle

    33. Which Type Are You?

    34. Next Step Its not enough to just know your type name. You need to know how to use the strengths of your type to make some healthy changes. Consider getting the book, Is Your Personality Type Making You Fat? Once you close this slideshow, click on Overview to see more about the book.