I've taken quite a few tests and gotten varied results. Varied as in, half give me ENFP and half INFP (with a couple ENTPs thrown in there, too, but I know it doesn't fit me).
Oh, and hi! I just joined, so I'm still working on the whole navigation thing. I'm Olivia. I'm going to try to keep this short, since it's a school night, but it's not like I get enough sleep on Thursdays, anyway.
Okay, back to the point... Yeah, I'm really easily distracted. Anyway, I've always thought of myself as an introvert (as a younger child I was quite shy - I'm only fifteen now, though, so there's still time for change), so the prospect of being an extrovert at first confused me.
But then I thought about it. I'm always friendly and smiley, cheerful, unless I'm in a really foul mood. I share personal information about myself willingly - I'm not really ashamed of who I am, except for a couple things I keep covered up. I tend to attract attention, just because I can be loud and a spaz, but not in a really obnoxious way. I have a very expressive face, though I usually don't mean to. -.- I'm kind of a social group juggler, especially at parties and dances, or else I get bored.
Those were the traits I found to be extroverted. However, I have considered the introverted ones. I like to be independent, and I don't always need people around for support. I do enjoy some alone time, where I'm not constantly entertaining, although I tend to lose confidence when I'm by myself. In unfamiliar environments I can seem extremely withdrawn, just because I'm bad at joining groups and including myself. I always had a problem with approaching people, even friends, and making the first move in general (now I rarely have a problem, unless it is an entirely new situation).
What I'm wondering is, which traits seem more prominent? Would certain ones outweigh others and indicate that I'm a certain type?
And what exactly is the difference between "The Inspirer" and "The Idealist"? They seem to be both about imagining a better future for the world and helping society, which is certainly what I want, but what are the key differences? I've always valued ideas and communication, and my primary life focus is to come up with something that'll change people. Whether it's a tangible, physical idea or way of thinking, I want to move the world, somehow. Not for the recognition, but because... Well, I don't quite know.
I'm sorry that I talked SO much... I need to work on keeping my brain-to-mouth (or, well, brain-to-keyboard) flow to a minimum. Basically, I need to shut up. I'm sorry. I'm exhausted and delirious.