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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

My Personality

From a test on the web here, I can know my personality.

Out of four personalities, Sanguine, Phlegmatic, Melancholic, and Choleric, I am a Phlegmatic, Melancholic.

Phlegmatic 40%
Melancholic 28%
Sanguine 23%
Choleric 10%.

You guys who knew me in the past may see me as Choleric more, but actually I am not.

Some of the traits listed here.

Phlegmatic Strength

The Phlegmatic's Emotions
  • Low-key personality
  • Easygoing and relaxed
  • Calm, cool and collected
  • Patient well balanced
  • Consistent life
  • Quiet but witty
  • Sympathetic and kind
  • Keeps emotions hidden
  • Happily reconciled to life
  • All-purpose person
The Phlegmatic As A Parent
  • Makes a good parent
  • Takes time for the children
  • Is not in a hurry
  • Can take the good with the bad
  • Doesn't get upset easily
The Phlegmatic At Work
  • Competent and steady
  • Peaceful and agreeable
  • Has administrative ability
  • Mediates problems
  • Avoids conflicts
  • Good under pressure
  • Finds the easy way
The Phlegmatic As a Friend
  • Easy to get along with
  • Pleasant and enjoyable
  • Inoffensive
  • Good listener
  • Dry sense of humor
  • Enjoys watching people
  • Has many friends
  • Has compassion and concern
Phlegmatic Weaknesses

The Phlegmatic's Emotions
  • Unenthusiastic
  • Fearful and worried
  • Indecisive
  • Avoids responsibility
  • Quiet will of iron
  • Selfish
  • To shy and reticent
  • Too compromising
  • Self-righteous
The Phlegmatic As A Parent
  • Lax on discipline
  • Doesn't organize home
  • Takes life to easy
The Phlegmatic At Work
  • Not goal oriented
  • Lacks self motivation
  • Hard to get moving
  • Resents being pushed
  • Lazy and careless
  • Discourages others
  • Would rather watch
The Phlegmatic As a Friend
  • Dampens enthusiasm
  • Stays uninvolved
  • Is not exciting
  • Indifferent to plans
  • Judges others
  • Sarcastic and teasing
  • Resists change
Melancholic Strength

The Melancholy's Emotions
  • Deep and thoughtfully
  • Analytical
  • Serious and purposeful
  • Genius prone
  • Talented and creative
  • Artistic or musical
  • Philosophical and poetic
  • appreciative of beauty
  • Sensitive to others
  • Self-sacrificing
  • Conscientious
  • Idealistic
The Melancholy As A Parent
  • Sets high standards
  • Wants everything done right
  • Keeps home in good order
  • Picks up after children
  • Sacrifices own will for others
  • Encourages scholarship and talent
The Melancholy At Work
  • Schedule oriented
  • Perfectionist, high standards
  • Detail conscious
  • Persistent and thorough
  • Orderly and organized
  • Neat and tidy
  • Economical
  • Sees the problems
  • Finds creative solutions
  • Needs to finish what he starts
  • Likes charts, graphs, figures, lists
The Melancholy As a Friend
  • Makes friends cautiously
  • Content to stay in background
  • Avoids causing attention
  • Faithful and devoted
  • Will listen to complaints
  • Can solve other's problems
  • Deep concern for other people
  • Moved to tears with compassion
  • Seeks ideal mate
Melancholic Weaknesses

The Melancholy's Emotions
  • Remembers the negatives
  • Moody and depressed
  • Enjoys being hurt
  • Has false humility
  • Off in another world
  • Low self-image
  • Has selective hearing
  • Self-centered
  • Too introspective
  • Guilt feelings
  • Persecution complex
  • Tends to hypochondria
The Melancholy As A Parent
  • Puts goals beyond reach
  • May discourage children
  • May be too meticulous
  • Becomes martyr
  • Sulks over disagreements
  • Puts guilt upon children
The Melancholy At Work
  • Not people oriented
  • depressed over imperfections
  • Chooses difficult work
  • Hesitant to start projects
  • Spends to much time planning
  • Prefers analysis to work
  • Self-deprecating
  • Hard to please
  • Standards often to high
  • Deep need for approval
The Melancholy As a Friend
  • Lives through others
  • Insecure socially
  • Withdrawn and remote
  • critical of others
  • Holds back affections
  • Dislikes those in opposition
  • Suspicious of people
  • Antagonistic and vengeful
  • Unforgiving
  • Full of contradictions
  • Skeptical of compliments
Sanguine Strength

The Sanguine's Emotions
  • Appealing personality
  • Talkative, Storyteller
  • Life of the Party
  • Good sense of humor
  • Memory for color
  • Physically holds on to listener
  • Emotional and demonstrative
  • Enthusiastic and expressive
  • Cheerful and bubbling over
  • Curious
  • Good on stage
  • Wide-eyed and innocent
  • Lives in the present
  • Changeable disposition
  • Sincere at heart
  • Always a child
The Sanguine As A Parent
  • Makes Home Fun
  • Is liked by children's friends
  • Turns disaster into humor
  • Is the circus master
The Sanguine At Work
  • Volunteers for Jobs
  • thinks up new activities
  • Looks great on the Surface
  • Creative and colorful
  • Has energy and enthusiasm
  • Starts in a flashy way
  • Inspires others to join
  • charms others to work
The Sanguine As a Friend
  • Makes friends easily
  • Loves People
  • Thrives on compliments
  • Seems exciting
  • envied by others
  • Doesn't hold grudges
  • apologizes quickly
  • Prevents dull moments
  • Likes spontaneous activities
Sanguine Weaknesses

The Sanguine's Emotions
  • Compulsive talker
  • Exaggerates and elaborates
  • Dwells on trivia
  • Can't remember names
  • Scares others off
  • Too happy for some
  • Has restless energy
  • Egotistical
  • Blusters and complains
  • Naive, gets taken in
  • Has loud voice and laugh
  • Controlled by circumstances
  • Gets angry easily
  • Seems phony to some
  • Never Grows Up
The Sanguine As A Parent
  • Keeps home in a frenzy
  • Forgets children's appointments
  • disorganized
  • Doesn't listen to the whole story
The Sanguine At Work
  • Would rather talk
  • forgets obligations
  • Doesn't follow through
  • Confidence fades fast
  • Undisciplined
  • Priorities out of order
  • Decides by feelings
  • Easily distracted
  • Wastes time talking
The Sanguine As a Friend
  • Hates to be alone
  • Needs to be center stage
  • Wants to be popular
  • Looks for credit
  • dominates conversations
  • Interrupts and doesn't listen
  • answers for others
  • Fickle and forgetful
  • Makes excuses
  • Repeats stories
Choleric Strength

The Choleric's Emotions
  • Born leader
  • Dynamic and active
  • Compulsive need for change
  • Must correct wrongs
  • Strong-willed and decisive
  • Unemotional
  • Not easily discouraged
  • Independent and self sufficient
  • Exudes confidence
  • Can run anything
The Choleric As A Parent
  • Exerts sound leadership
  • Establishes Goals
  • Motivates family to action
  • Knows the right answer
  • Organizes household
The Choleric At Work
  • Goal oriented
  • Sees the whole picture
  • Organizes well
  • Seeks practical solutions
  • Moves quickly to action
  • Delegates work
  • Insists on production
  • Makes the goal
  • Stimulates activity
  • Thrives on opposition
The Choleric As a Friend
  • Has little need for friends
  • Will work for group activity
  • Will lead and organize
  • Is usually right
  • Excels in emergencies
Choleric Weaknesses

The Choleric's Emotions
  • Bossy
  • Impatient
  • Quick-tempered
  • Can't Relax
  • Too impetuous
  • Enjoys controversy and arguments
  • Won't give up when loosing
  • Comes on too strong
  • Inflexible
  • Is not complimentary
  • Dislikes tears and emotions
  • Is unsympathetic
The Choleric As A Parent
  • Tends to over dominate
  • Too busy for family
  • Gives answers too quickly
  • Impatient with poor performance
  • Won't let children relax
  • May send them into depression
The Choleric At Work
  • Little tolerance for mistakes
  • Doesn't analyze details
  • Bored by trivia
  • May make rash decisions
  • May be rude or tactless
  • Manipulates people
  • Demanding of others
  • End justifies the means
  • Work may become his god
  • Demands loyalty in the ranks
The Choleric As a Friend
  • Tends to use people
  • Dominates others
  • Knows everything
  • Decides for others
  • Can do everything better
  • Is to independent
  • Possessive of friends and mate
  • Can't say, "I'm Sorry"
  • May be right, but unpopular
Courtesy of http://www.oneishy.com/

2 comments:

turtle said...

nice... can i log in the website and have a test for myself???

turtle said...

nice.. can i log in the website and try the test for myself???