Frank's personality

How open-minded am I?

I view myself as very open-minded. On a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 is not open-minded at all and 10 is very open-minded, I give myself an 8. Some reasons why:

  • I am curious about many things and love to learn.
  • I like to play and explore things.
  • I like to develop new ideas.
  • I am fond of discovering cities / places / cultures / countries that I do not know so much about. In this regard, I realize, when I reflect on my life, that I have lived in several countries on more continents for longer periods of time. These experiences have helped me think in more open-minded ways about how human beings do things and why.
  • I like to learn about contradictory opinions.

Learning about my digital footprint I found out that I am curious and that I appreciate what I consider beautiful - no matter what others think. I also received the feedback from the personalization engine that my imagination is vivid, which makes me more creative than many other people. This corresponds with my own view of creativity being among my key values.

How conscientious am I?

I view myself as very conscientious. On a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 is not conscientious at all, and 10 is very conscientious, I give myself an 8. Some reasons why:

  • When I am going to do something, I prepare a lot.
  • When I go to a meeting, I often arrive early.
  • I am quite self disciplined.
  • I work on getting to know myself better.
  • I am learning to ask more and better questions.
  • Sometimes, I like to do something spontaneously.

Learning about my digital footprint, I found out that I can be random and fun to be around, and that I can also plan and persist when life requires it. I also received the feedback from the personalization engine that that depending on the situation, I can a) make quick decisions or b) work in a planned and careful way for a longer period of time.

Am I more introverted or more extroverted?

I view myself as a little more introverted than extroverted. On a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 is very introvert and 10 is very extrovert, I give myself a 4. Some reasons why:

  • I get energy from spending time alone.
  • I often have a need for thinking, reading and writing.
  • I have a relatively strong attention to detail and want to understand things in depth.
  • I like communicating with other people - in particular one-on-one.
  • I am not so fond of lots of noise, interruptions and big group settings.
  • When I have a lot of social interaction, I tend to feel drained.
  • Thinking back on my life, I remember that often, I had the impression that being extrovert was considered better than being introvert - both in family life, in education life and in work life. So I think that particularly in my younger years, I learned to become more extrovert because I felt that I was expected by others to become more extrovert. However, what I have come to realize is that there are several aspects of being introvert which are close to my heart. This explains why I look at myself as being more introverted than extroverted.

Learning about my digital footprint, I found out that I am similar to people who prefer low-key social occasions. I also received the feedback from the personalization engine that large group gatherings are not that fun for me.

A deer is my favourite animal. Why? A deer is beautiful, athletic, quiet and appreciates freedom of wide, open spaces.

Am I more disagreeable or more agreeable?

I view myself as a little more agreeable than disagreeable. On a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 is very disagreeable and 10 is very agreeable, I give myself a 6. Some reasons why:

  • I experience that for me, harmony is important.
  • I like to help people.
  • I like to use humour.
  • When I am in a situation, in which I find that there is a need to challenge something in order to do what is right, I do so.

Learning about my digital footprint, I found out that I am a little more disagreeable than agreeable. I also received the feedback from the personlization engine that I get along well with others - especially once they have proved themselves to be trustworthy. Also, I learned from the machine that I seem to have a healthy skepticism about others’ motives, but that this doesn’t stop me from considering others to be basically honest human beings.

How much do I worry?

I find that I tend to worry quite a lot. I On a scale from 1 to 10, where 1 indicates not worrying at all and 10 indicates worrying a lot, I give myself a 7. Some reasons why:

  • I often find myself thinking / reflecting on many things in life.
  • I have learned to use several ways to manage stress I experience in life.

Learning about my digital footprint, I found out that that, generally, I feel relatively calm. I come across as someone who can feel emotional or stressed out by some experiences, but my feelings tend to be dependent on the particular situation I am in.

Jungian personality type: Introverted. Intuitive. Thinking. Perceiving. (INTP).

Learning about my digital footprint, I found out that my personality type is introverted, intuitive, thinking and perceiving (INTP). What characterizes INTP personality types?

  • We are quiet, thoughtful, analytical human beings who do not mind spending long periods of time on our own working through problems and forming solutions.
  • We tend to be less at ease in social situations and the "caring professions" although we enjoy the company of caring professionals.
  • We tend to be impatient with the bureaucracy, rigid hierarchies, and politics prevalent in many professions. We prefer to work informally with others as equals.
  • The extraverted intuition of INTPs often gives us a quick wit, especially with language, and we can defuse the tension in gatherings - for example by using humour.
  • We can be charming, even in our quiet reserve.