I’m always trying to better myself. Always self reflecting to look for holes and flaws before my enemies can find them. I came across this personality test on 16personalities.com , and knew immediately I had to take advantage of the information. Here the some of the questions and results, as well as my reflections on both:
Do I get lost in my thoughts and ignore my surroundings? Yes and no. I do get lost in my thoughts all the time. My brain is an absolute dream factory. A psychedelic playpen. Its pretty easy to do. Always schemin my next move. Plottin my next blog. That being said, I never lose sense of my surroundings. I always keep my head up. Living three steps ahead. When I walk in a room I always make a point to identify at least 3 potentials weapons I could utilize.
I let my email build up for a while then get intimidated by the number, then just click “mark all as read”. That’s efficient inbox management if you ask me. If someone really needed to tell me something that important they’d hit my dm’s. That’s where real business in done. The new golf course.
Pressure makes diamonds. I deal with a ton of pressure in my life. Pressure no one can relate to. Pressure to continue to be an absolute alpha male who never stops not stopping. It would drive most people insane. Not me. Just makes me want to get better. That’s what gets me out of bed everyday.
Strongly agree. Next question.
Is being organized more important than being adaptable? Absolutely not. You know who were organized? Dinosaurs. You know who had all his ducks in a row? Hitler. How’s he doing? He couldn’t adapt to the Russian winter. I could. I’m a brilliant mess. Adapt or die.
Is winning a debate more important than hurting people’s feelings? Ask our president. Donald just proved that you can win a presidency by strictly making fun of people. The guy just spent a year making fun of the slow Bush brother and not denying that Ted Cruz was a serial killer. That don’t teach that in your Poly Sci Class, but they should.
Its literally impossible to offend or upset me. There’s nothing anyone can say that will even slightly affect me. I don’t take anyone or anything seriously enough to ever be upset about something. I haven’t been sad since I finished Friday Night Lights. So go ahead and try me. My feelings recover twice as fast as the average human.
Nothing in my life has been well thought out, let alone travel plans. I live in the moment, day by day.
I questioned my existence for no less than 20 minutes this morning. Contemplating why I have to go to class when I know I was put on this earth to write stupid jokes. Sitting there wondering why God made me so perfect. A five tool player. The perfect mix of brains and brawn. Something right out of a romantic comedy. The thoughts continue to haunt me.
I don’t even know what this means. If I’m in a full room I’m staying around the nearest fan or air conditioner. Sweat’s an issue for me. My body is always in game 7 mode, working overtime to be as efficient as possible. Sorry for being hydrated. My warmup is your workout.
Adventurer personalities are true artists, but not necessarily in the typical sense where they’re out painting happy little trees. Often enough though, they are perfectly capable of this. Rather, it’s that they use aesthetics, design and even their choices and actions to push the limits of social convention. Adventurers enjoy upsetting traditional expectations with experiments in beauty and behavior – chances are, they’ve expressed more than once the phrase “Don’t box me in!”
I have to give credit where credit is due, this test nailed it. A true artist that pushes the limits of social convention and upsets traditional expectations with experiments in beauty and behavior? You could not describe me any better. Do my actions push social conventions? I don’t know. Ask my spy googles. Ask my twin bed. Ask the girl at Dominos who knows my name and is probably in love with me. Ask your girlfriend. Don’t box me in. Don’t put in a corner, I’ll blog my way out.