Hola guys! It's Kedler again. I am excited to connect with you. In fact, I am always thinking about how to bring new content while keeping you engaged with one another during this hard time. I want you all to know that you are not alone, and as always don't hesitate to call, email, or contact us online with any questions or feedback. On today's podcast, I am going to talk about YOU. For those of you who haven't heard our last podcast, we covered how you have to love yourself in order to love others. When you know yourself, you'll know how to love others better by treating them with the love you possess for yourself. So, I ask this question, how can you love yourself when you don't know yourself well? You would be surprised at how many people don't really know the potential that exists within them. You have to invest 100% in whatever it takes to make that happen.
One way we are going to focus on getting to know yourself is by taking a very popular personality test. I know everyone loves tests! I actually took this test when I was in college and I will be taking it again to see if any of my life experiences changed my results. When taking the assessment please respond to the questions with honesty as it will assess and give you a relatively close result of your personality. The name of the test is called the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®). We are going to present the Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ personality type theory test. You can access it by just going to humanmetrics.com and select the Personality Test - Jung, Briggs Myers Types. When I took that test in the fall of 2011 while in college, I was the INTJ type where my Introverted was (22%), Intuitive (50%), Thinking (1%), and Judging (56%). It’s quite interesting to know that 9 years ago I was a slightly expressed introvert, moderately expressed intuitive personality, slightly expressed thinking personality, and moderately expressed judging personality. The judging trait has always been a high number for me. To give you an example to put things into perspective people with the judging preference want things to be neat, orderly and established. So, I can honestly say I am a planner. I already shared my results on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Now let's compare 2011 Kedler to 2020 Kedler.
I am now the ENFJ type where my Extravert is (3%), iNtuitive (3%), Feeling (34%), and Judging (41%). As you can see my intuitive went down and before I didn’t have feelings at all now hahaha, I'm 34% feeling. My judgement went down as well. I think my life experiences from then until now changed who I am as a person and I no longer expect so much from others. I'm more compassionate when dealing with people. I believe the essence of love is how it manifest, supposedly with a sweet, cordial, and reverence toward one another. I told you guys about me so I would love to find what your results were and you can do that by posting a picture on our social pages and having a discussion with our online audience. My hope is that this segment of our podcast enlightens your life and that you will try and become a better version of you by knowing yourself better and encouraging others to know themselves. I also challenge you to share the tips you learn in this podcast. Sharing is caring! Let's be the version of ourselves after today! Until next time your friend, mentor, and brother. Kedler