You are unique, but you do share a number of behaviours with others. These similarities have made it possible for psychologists to categorize and create tests to identify each persons individual personality type. These tests can be a quick way of learning more about yourself, and also your strengths, weaknesses and career choices. This information can be very helpful in deciding your future direction, and also in explaining what is not currently working for you.
Where Should I Start?
The first test, True Colors is the simplest test and could be a good place to start. You will be categorized as having one of four colors which highlights your passion and true purpose in life. There are extra tests to take, and also books and e.books to continue your research. Go and check out the True Colors Quiz. Find the Free Quiz at the top left hand side of the page.
That Was Great, but I Would Like to Go A Little More Indepth
The second test is the Keirsey Temperament Sorter. The TrueColors test is a simplified version of this test, but if you want to go into more detail, this test will certainly do this. Learn more about your temperament and personality, and access other tests, and books.
And Something A Little Different, But Just As Much Fun
Kolbe has developed a test which uses a different approach and measures your response in four categories. These are Fact Finder, Follow-Thru, Quick Start and Implementor.
Are You Creative, Organized, The Class Clown? Find Out Here.
The Enneagram is a little different, and focuses on motivations. You could find it interesting and gives another perspective from the previous tests.
Is There A Test I Can Take To Find Out if I Am Suited To Starting My Own Business?
Yes, this test is designed to focus on your business abilities. While the other tests can be used to understand yourself no matter what your career is, this test is aimed at people who are looking at being an entrepreneur or business owner. As I extend this blog, I may move this final link to another part of this blog at a later date. If you want to learn about your business style , check out Steve Little's PerfectBizFinder.