2The last question, #126:“Would you like to argue with the meaning ofA lot of these questions, orOnly a few?”
3Where do you FOCUS your ATTENTION and ENERGY? EXTRAVERSIONYou direct your energy OUTWARDSYou have a a lot of friends, a WIDTH of friendshipsINTROVERSIONYou direct yourr energy INWARDSYou have a few very close friends, a DEPTH of friendships
4Where do you FOCUS your ATTENTION and ENERGY? EXTRAVERSIONLike to study with others (tutor…)Find that background sounds help you studyINTROVERSIONPrefer to study ALONENeed quiet for concentration
5How do you ACQUIRE or GATHER INFORMATION? SENSINGYour senses tell you what’s realyou focus on practical mattersyou focus on the here and nowINTUITIONyou hypothesize and imagineyou look for the big picture and patternsyou focus on possibilities in the future
6How do you ACQUIRE or GATHER INFORMATION? SENSINGSeek SPECIFIC informationMemorize FACTSFollow instructionsTrust material as it has been presented – take at face valueINTUITIONSeek quick insightsUse IMAGINATION to go beyond factsCreate your own directionsRead between the lines
7How do you MAKE DECISIONS and JUDGMENTS and arrive at CONCLUSIONS? THINKINGyou base decisions on objective and rational analysisFEELINGyou base decisions on subjective, person-centered values
8How do you MAKE DECISIONS and JUDGMENTS and arrive at CONCLUSIONS? THINKINGWant OBJECTIVE material to studyLOGIC guide your learningFEELINGWant to be able to RELATE to the material personallyLike to please instructors
9How do you RELATE to the OUTER WORLD? JUDGINGyou want to structure and organize the external worldyou like to make decisions, have things settled and then move onPERCEIVINGyou want to adapt to the external worldyou like to keep your options open to new information or more experiences coming along
10How do you RELATE to the OUTER WORLD? JUDGINGLike FORMAL instruction for solving problemsPLAN work well in advancePERCEIVINGWork SPONTANEOUSLYWork IMPULSIVELY with bursts of ENERGY
12The journey towards choosing a major MORE DECISIVELESS DECISIVE
13Attitude towards CHOOSING A MAJOR E J - I want to decide and then get on with it.E P -I want to experience it all.I J - I want to be sure.I P - I wonder what I’ll want to be when I grow up.
14“I WANT TO DECIDE AND THEN GET ON WITH IT .” the mountain climbers of decision-making :they pick out a specific peak to climband then proceed toward their goal.X
15“I WANT TO EXPERIENCE IT All.” The wanderers of career decision making:a career path for them is a never-ending quest for more knowledge, facts or inspiration.
16the bungee jumpers of career deciding. “I WANT TO BE SURE.”Seeing a decision as a point of departure, a jumping off place, and not a final step, they arethe bungee jumpers of career deciding.
17“I WONDER WHAT I’LL WANT TO BE WHEN I GROW UP .” They are the computers when choosing a major:relevant data goes in, is processedand a decision comes out.
19FOCUS: Work Interest Assessment To what degree, would you enjoy FOCUS: Work Interest Assessment To what degree, would you enjoy... designing theatre stage sets, lighting and special effects for plays or TV shows? ◦ Not At All ◦ To A Slight Degree ◦ To A Moderate Degree ◦ To A High Degree ◦ To A Very High Degree
20FOCUS: Personality Assessment 1 FOCUS: Personality Assessment 1. At a crowded social party, what are you more likely to do? ◦ Talk and stay with a group of friends. ◦ Circulate, meet and talk with lots of people At a formal meeting with strangers, would you: ◦ Jump right into discussions with them. ◦ Listen to what the others have to say before speaking.
21Putting Myers-Briggs Types to Work Mutually Dependent Styles- how one type needs its opposite
22Sensing types need iNtuitive types to bring up new possibilitiesto read the signs of the coming changeto keep the big picture in mindto anticipate trendsto show that the joys of the future are worth working for
23iNtuitive types need Sensing types: to bring up pertinent factsto face the realities of the current situationto apply experience to problemsto read the fine print in a contractto focus on what needs attention nowto keep track of essentialsto face difficulties with realismto stay aware of the joys of the present
24Feeling types need Thinking Types: to analyze consequences and implicationsto organizeto find flaws in advanceto reform what needs reformingto hold consistently to a policyto weigh “the law and evidence”to fire people when necessaryto stand firm against opposition
25Thinking Types need Feeling types: to persuadeto conciliateto forecast how others feelto arouse enthusiasmto teachto sellto appreciate what’s rightto appreciate the thinker
26Myers-Briggs Types Combination Styles in Careers
27Sensing-Thinker Management/ business Accounting/ banking Law enforcementEngineeringSkilled trades
28iNtuitive-Thinker Counseling/ human services Art & music Writing/ journalismBehavioral sciencesEducation
29 Sensing-Feeler Health care Teaching Religious service Office work Community service