Tuesday, February 21, 2006

2/21 My results so far

What's very cool is that all the descriptors I used for myself were also used by my friends and relatives.

Arena

(known to self and others)

brave, cheerful, self-assertive, sympathetic, witty

Blind Spot

(known only to others)

able, accepting, adaptable, bold, caring, clever, complex, confident, dependable, energetic, extroverted, friendly, giving, helpful, idealistic, independent, ingenious, intelligent, kind, knowledgeable, loving, observant, patient, religious, sensible, silly, spontaneous, trustworthy, warm, wise

Fa├žade

(known only to self)

Unknown

(known to nobody)

calm, dignified, happy, introverted, logical, mature, modest, nervous, organised, powerful, proud, quiet, reflective, relaxed, responsive, searching, self-conscious, sentimental, shy, tense

Dominant Traits

57% of people think that Jerilyn65 is extroverted

All Percentages

able (10%) accepting (15%) adaptable (5%) bold (5%) brave (26%) calm (0%) caring (26%) cheerful (21%) clever (21%) complex (5%) confident (10%) dependable (10%) dignified (0%) energetic (26%) extroverted (57%) friendly (21%) giving (10%) happy (0%) helpful (10%) idealistic (5%) independent (10%) ingenious (5%) intelligent (31%) introverted (0%) kind (5%) knowledgeable (15%) logical (0%) loving (5%) mature (0%) modest (0%) nervous (0%) observant (15%) organised (0%) patient (10%) powerful (0%) proud (0%) quiet (0%) reflective (0%) relaxed (0%) religious (5%) responsive (0%) searching (0%) self-assertive (26%) self-conscious (0%) sensible (5%) sentimental (0%) shy (0%) silly (26%) spontaneous (15%) sympathetic (5%) tense (0%) trustworthy (10%) warm (21%) wise (15%) witty (36%)

Created by the Interactive Johari Window on 21.2.2006, using data from 19 respondents.
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2 comments:

Jeff said...

My facade slot is empty too. Does that mean there is something wrong with us? lol

Jer said...

It either means our lives are open books or else we're too predictable. I prefer the former. Definitely.