According to Typealyzer (which Albert linked me to):
The analysis indicates that the author of http://kristanhoffman.com/blog/ is of the type:
ESTP – The Doers
The active and playful type. They are especially attuned to people and things around them and often full of energy, talking, joking and engaging in physical out-door activities.
The Doers are happiest with action-filled work which craves their full attention and focus. They might be very impulsive and more keen on starting something new than following it through. They might have a problem with sitting still or remaining inactive for any period of time.
Those last two sentences? Um, YEAH.
8 responses to “What type are you?”
Heh. Funny thing. My housemate pointed me to the Meyers-Briggs test a little while ago. I’m an ENTJ (or sometimes an ENFJ).
Pretty damn accurate.
I’m the same as you! What are the chances? How many combinations are there really for this? Oh, you should also be able to see my crazy dogs now… I had to make my facebook video public! :D
• KristEn’s recent blog post: My crazy doggins…
LOL capping the E in your (our?) name.
Omg your dogs are so cute!
Ah yes, I haven’t take this one, but I know my color. I used to be a red, but I think I’ve overwhelmed some of that perfectionist/accomplish attitude with a lot more love.
• D’Arcy’s recent blog post: Family, Isn’t it About Time?
The site says that I’m an ISFP. I don’t know. Sure, I see myself in some of that description, but I also see myself in some of your description, and I think those two might be on opposite ends of the spectrum.
• Sonja’s recent blog post: Definitely boring. Definitely.
Wow I just saw you’re a quarter finalist! That’s so awesome!! I’m so excited for you — Congratulations!!
• Twenty Four At Heart’s recent blog post: If I Go Missing
i need to take that test, but the last two sentences refer to me as well, so don’t beat yourself up about it! heh.
• sam’s recent blog post: hi, i’m married. i’m a wife. not a big deal.
That sounds like a good thing. :)
I got a different result based on kristanhoffman.com vs kristanhoffman.com/blog/ so maybe that’s a factor?