What's your Myers Briggs personality type?

brad813

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Mar 15, 2017
I'm curious if there's a certain set of personalities attracted to Disney life!

INTJ here and sometimes feel like I'm the only INTJ into Disney lol.
I tend to be ENFJ, but everything beyond the extroversion tends to be borderline, so I guess it depends on the day which extroverted personality type I am that day.
 

Euby

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Feb 26, 2014
I took the official test in Pysch class in college. I can't remember my official type. I do remember that the professor put us into like groups to plan a trip to Disney. My group had everything timed down to scheduling when to have free time! LOL I'm sure that life experiences have had an effect on my type, so I took 2 different on-line versions. Both came back with ISTJ for me.
 
  • brad813

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    I took the official test in Pysch class in college. I can't remember my official type. I do remember that the professor put us into like groups to plan a trip to Disney. My group had everything timed down to scheduling when to have free time! LOL I'm sure that life experiences have had an effect on my type, so I took 2 different on-line versions. Both came back with ISTJ for me.
    So, easily able to be diagnosed as OCD?
     

    Ben E N

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    Jul 14, 2017
    I took that test once and somehow fell right in the middle of all the types. It was bizarre. I guess that means all personality types are drawn to Disney in one way or another.
     

    brad813

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    I took that test once and somehow fell right in the middle of all the types. It was bizarre. I guess that means all personality types are drawn to Disney in one way or another.
    I think Disney plans it that way. It sounds to me like you are adaptable like I am.
     
  • ZephyrHawk

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    Feb 15, 2007
    I've come up as ENTJ a couple of times I've taken the test. Not sure how much I actually believe in these sorts of classifications, though.
     

    YawningDodo

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    Sep 16, 2014
    INFJ, and it's been pretty consistent across multiple tests. Like to have a plan so I know what to expect, but don't like too much of a plan since I want to do what I feel like doing. I'm curious as to whether introverts are more likely to travel alone...or if it's just a matter of how one travels alone. I tend to strike up conversations with strangers in the parks here and there, but then I'll go hours without really engaging with any of the people around me.
     

    cdg121990

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    INFJ, and it's been pretty consistent across multiple tests. Like to have a plan so I know what to expect, but don't like too much of a plan since I want to do what I feel like doing. I'm curious as to whether introverts are more likely to travel alone...or if it's just a matter of how one travels alone. I tend to strike up conversations with strangers in the parks here and there, but then I'll go hours without really engaging with any of the people around me.
    I think we are more likely to travel alone. I have yet to take a Disney trip alone, but I do wonder if it would be different than your typical vacation alone and thus I would end up talking to more people (given the Disney environment)?
     

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