If you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you're right. – Henry Ford
Greetings! I am Greg and I will be taking over the business blogger position at BizInformer. I am excited to have this opportunity. I hope to meet the high standards set by my predecessors.
As I prepared to write this post, I thought about how best to introduce myself. As recent post at her blog, learning who you are and your personality type often results in finding out who you are not. She suggests taking a personality test as a career tool.Trunk notes in a
So, in the interest of garnering reader trust, I thought the best way to introduce myself was to post the results of my personality testing. According to the truncated Myers-Brigg test on PersonalityType.com, I am an ESFP (Extravert, Sensor, Feeler, Perceiver). A quick Google search on "ESFP" suggests that I would be a good dental assistant or sports equipment salesperson. Actually, I am an attorney, so I am not sure how accurate those results are.
I decided, again in the interest of garnering reader trust, to try out some other testing. Outofservice.com has a number of online psychological tests including the Big 5 personality test. After the test, the site provides you with the HTML code to provide a link to persons interested in your results. On the test, I'm a O84-C10-E74-A44-N87 (you can follow that link directly to the results of my test and you will understand the meaning of the photo).
So, that is who I am. I look forward to our discussion from here on out. Please leave your comments, suggestions and insight.