3 Tips To Find Out Your Own Type Of Personality



Far from being a useless science, Psychology, allows the one who understands it to have a certain open-mindedness. Thus, you will be able to understand certain facts such as the existing personality types and at the same time, you will know how to know yours without too much effort.

In any case, don’t worry because I have summarized in this mini guide all the details to allow you to know the kind of person you are without mastering this vast field of psychology.



First of all, let me explain why it is so important to know your personality

  • To face the unforeseen events of life.
  • A sentence written on the threshold of the Delphi temple states: “Know yourself and you will come to know the universe and the gods”.
  • Choose a job that really suits you, in order to exploit your strengths and avoid the pitfalls associated with it, to realize and fulfill yourself through your job.
  • Doing what you are good at requires less effort and allows you to be more fulfilled in addition to reflecting a positive character for oneself, it also has advantages on the professional side, and opportunities that demand to be used by you.


Finding out who you are these days is really simple. All you have to do is find out how you usually describe yourself and try some of the popular, research-based tests.

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is one of the psychological assessment tools used by psychology professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists) to identify an individual’s personality type or functioning at a given time. Established in 1962 by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katherine Cook Briggs, this method is based on a survey that allows to determine the dominant function of the subject according to four axes:

– The way one draws energy: extraversion (E) or introversion (I)

– The way one perceives information: sensation (S) or intuition (N)

– The way one makes choices: thinking (T) or feeling (F)

– The way one acts: judgment (J) or perception (P)

The psychological profile is then determined from these dimensions, among 16 different types.


The MTBI describes 16 types of personalities, grouped into 4 main groups:

 Analysts, Diplomats, Sentinels and Explorers.


The architect: imaginative, curious, logical, pragmatic, the architect is endowed with great self-confidence. They always have a clear idea of what they want and how to get there.

The logician: inventiveness and creativity are the two key words that characterize the logician. They are dreamers, enthusiastic, and have a thousand and one ideas a minute. They often look like they’re somewhere else, but in reality, they’re thinking.

The Commander: With a strong character, the Commander is a leader at heart. They say what they mean and mean what they say. They have a lot of charisma and self-confidence. He always succeeds in what he undertakes.

The Innovator: Curious, astute, the innovator is adept at intellectual challenges. He cannot curb the urge to deconstruct the arguments of his interlocutors to prove that he is right.


The lawyer: idealistic and mysterious, the lawyer speaks in a calm and thoughtful manner. Guided by his convictions and imagination, he fights for justice. Sociable and good communicator, he easily gets in touch with others.

The Mediator: Altruistic, generous, always ready to help his fellow man, the Mediator is a profoundly kind person.

The protagonist: passionate, charismatic, the protagonist is the person you notice when he enters a room. It is a personality that exudes authenticity and self-confidence.

– The Inspirer: Eternal optimist, the Inspirer always sees the good side of things. Charming, energetic, they crave freedom and independence.  


The Logistician: pragmatic, honest, the logistician goes straight to the point and cannot stand indecision. He is a responsible and humble individual.

– The defender: understanding, devoted, the defender is in search of stability and security. Rigorous, perfectionist, he always delivers his work on time.

– The Director: An outstanding organizer, the Director is a very efficient person in the management of daily life.

– The Consul: altruistic, kind, attentive, sociable, the consul is very open to others and to the world. Always ready to help his fellow man, he is a very bright person.


– The virtuoso: very agile with his hands, rational, pragmatic, the virtuoso likes to experiment and share his experience and know-how with others.

– The Adventurer: introverted, solitary, the adventurer is, as his name indicates, a person who likes to explore the world and try new things. They can’t stand inactivity.

– The Entrepreneur: insightful, energetic, the entrepreneur lives with the times. They like to attract attention and explore new horizons.

– The entertainer: As their name suggests, entertainers are always ready to impress. His spontaneous and carefree side is unanimously appreciated!


I have personally experienced 2 tests, the first one is called ” OCEAN ” (Your personality, what is it, where does it come from, why know it? – Avenir Coherence (avenir-coherence.com)) and “NERYS TYPE” (Free Personality Test | 16Personalities), which gave me quite similar answers. But if you find another test that could help the community, please share it to allow everyone to know what it takes to be fulfilled.

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