Posted by Dee (220.127.116.11) on September 20, 2003 at 16:08:17:
In Reply to: Re: multi faceted-me too posted by Rich (18.104.22.168) on September 20, 2003 at 14:37:18:
> > Dear Rich,
> > I think 3w4 is important style for me, but so are others like 1w9 and even 9w8 and 5w4, 6w5.
> > Jan
> Hello Jan:
> I understand perfectly, its the same for me.... My others are 1W9, 6W5 ( Sensitive Style, no doubt! ), and 9W1. I am always advising people to read Riso's " Personality Types ", and look for the parts that apply to them through the whole book, not just pertaining to their own type.... Rich
When you had the picture up of your new site Jan, I didn't know the picture was depicting you? The picture is in my view a 3w4, but you know any of the types would apply to that picture. We all wear many hats and at the end of the day we might think we know who we are but until thoughts are put into action, we aren't identified. (The Power Of Now - Eckhart Tolle.)
eg. "I was going to say something, but someone interrupted me and now my train of thought is questionable and the action incomplete. Bending to others point of view and unfinished action can leave me feeling at the end of the day like something hasn't been completed - reflection, brainstorm." Have you ever been glad you were interrupted because what you were going to say wasn't exactly what you were thinking - " phewww, glad I was interrupted! I would have been interpreted as a Type 8."
I had said something on the way home from my golf tournament and didn't mean for it to sound the way it did, and was attacked verbally by two people in the car! I couldn't go back on what I said, the action complete I was left having to take the flak. (I was wondering at that point how each type would react to their hostility.) I tried to justify but with every new thing I said, it got worse. Majority rules.
Dee : )
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