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According to the Kiersey Temperament Sorter I am an artisan Certain aspects of it were extremely accurate while other areas seemed a bit off First I was really surprised to find myself in the Artisan category because I do not see myself as a huge artist since my best drawings consist of stick figures Other than that a lot of the description was correct in describing me I am extremely impulsive and do not plan things and when I do it is usually not planned well My favorite part on here was when it said This ability to lose themselves in action accounts for the spectacular individual accomplishments and yet on their social side they show a kindness unmatched Composers are especially sensitive to the pain and suffering of others and sympathize freely Some have a remarkable way with young children Once I get into something whatever it maybe I cannot be stopped Whether it is my studies a project or even a video game I am also very sympathetic with people when I see people who I genuinely care about crying I will usually start crying too I have been dubbed as the person to go to in my circle of friends and it has always been like that Having to practically raise my siblings when I was younger gave me the ability to be good with most children preferably ages one through three Myers-Briggs was extremely precise and relevant to me Unless I am in an environment or around people that I am extremely comfortable around I am very quiet and tend to keep to myself When it said that I liked to work within my time frame I could not help but think about how much of a procrastinator I am When I read about the sensitive part it took me a bit to see if that was correct or not With certain things more of people I am extremely
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