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Who Am I?

What is important to you?

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How would you call yourself?

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How would your friends describe you?

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If you were a flower, what flower would you be?

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What is something you're good at?

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What were you like in school?

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What color do you feel drawn to?

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What would be your character class in Dungeons & Dragons?

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What is your style?

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If you could have dinner with anyone in the world, who would it be? (living or dead)

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Are you an early bird or a night owl?

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If you were an animal, what animal would you be?

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What speaks to you?

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Are you an extrovert or an introvert?

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What season is your favorite?

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What kind of person would you like to have by your side?

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If you were a household object, what would you be?

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What is your goal?

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Which of these describes you best?

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What is your love language?

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Your result
The Innovator

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You are creative, entrepreneurial, and visionary. People like you explore the unknown and pave the way for others. You tend to think outside the box and are not afraid to seek new solutions when the old ones don't work anymore. In your opinion, life is too short to follow conventions. You speak your mind freely and live boldly.
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The People's Champion

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You are expressive, engaging, and sincere. People like you speak the language of relationships. You thrive in the company of others and wither when alone. No matter where you are, finding a connection with another human feels effortless. You are loyal, nurturing, and dependable, bringing stability and familiar warmth to situations.
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The Composer

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You are methodical, strategic, and pragmatic. Your attention to detail and meticulous approach to problems enables you to manage even the most complex projects. You appreciate rules and regulations that keep things running smoothly. When making decisions, you tend to be cautious and calculated and never let your emotions get the best of you.
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The Mystic

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You are mindful, spiritual, and a true idealist. You carry around a sense of being different from other people. Your deep inner life and the desire to find your life purpose make it so you don't always fit in. You feel troubled by injustice in the world and want to use your strengths to make a difference. You are an insightful creature looking to move beyond superficiality.
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The Victor

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You are ambitious, competitive, and results-oriented. You strive for excellence in every aspect of your life. You can never pass up the opportunity to learn something new. Your quick wit and flexible mind help you jump from one idea to another effortlessly. Forward-thinking, determined, and somewhat cutthroat, you don't want to disappoint and aim to exceed expectations.
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Who am I? Have you been asking that yourself lately? It’s quite a philosophical question and can have many answers. You could describe yourself based on your relationships, your job, or your hobbies. But who ARE you, really? Before you have an identity crisis, try this quiz to help you figure out your true self.

Every person is different, but arguably we could categorize even the most unique personalities into certain archetypes. Psychiatrist Carl Jung created 12 archetypes representing universal patterns that are part of our collective unconscious. According to him, they were an archaic form of inherent human knowledge passed down to us from our ancestors.

Jung suggested that people experience the world using four main psychological functions: sensation, intuition, feeling, and thinking. Katharine Briggs and her daughter Isabel Myers expanded upon Jung’s work, proposing four dichotomies:
Extraversion vs Introversion
Sensing vs Intuition
Thinking vs Feeling
Judgment vs Perception

These broad categories are split into 16 possible combinations, typically known as Myers-Briggs types. You might’ve seen them described somewhere and wondered what these mysterious letters mean.

Each letter in a personality type name represents a preference in your way of thinking or behaving.

I and E stand for Introversion and Extroversion, respectively. Introverts draw their energy from being alone or spending time in small groups. They usually are more shy and thoughtful. Extroverts are energized by spending time with large groups of people and in busy surroundings. They tend to be more unrestrained and straightforward.

S and N stand for Sensing and iNtuition. These categories describe how a person processes information. Sensors focus on their five senses and what they can experience directly (see, hear, feel, etc.). Intuitives are on a conceptual level of thinking and are more interested in ideas and theories.

T and F stand for Thinking and Feeling. These dimensions describe how people make decisions. Thinkers use their heads to make choices, and Feelers make decisions based on their emotions. Thinkers tend to be logical and reasonable, while Feelers are emotional and empathetic.

The Jung and Myers-Briggs categorizations are not the only way to categorize human personalities. We can find relatable character types in places such as Greek mythology. It should come as no surprise because the Greek gods themselves are similar to humans – flawed, passionate, and easily scorned. Also, the word archetype comes from the Greek verb archein (“to begin” or “to rule”) and the noun typos (“type”).

Did you know? The ancient Greek philosopher Plato believed that all existing things have ideal forms called archetypes. The real things are barely copies of them.

What are the most established archetypes in Greek mythology? The first one is The Ruler, represented by Zeus. He is the god of the sky, lightning, and thunder, governing over all the other gods on Mount Olympus. Zeus answers only to himself and can be dictatorial or cruel due to his unchecked power. However, he can also inspire others to follow where he reads. Zeus is the ultimate authority.

Poseidon is the god of the sea, and he represents The Destroyer archetype. Among the Greek gods, he is considered bad-tempered, passionate, and impulsive. Poseidon tends to lash out in anger and take pleasure in the anguish of others.

Hera, the wife of Zeus, is the goddess of women, marriage, fertility, and childbirth. She defines The Caregiver archetype. She is loyal, caring, and committed even in the face of the most difficult challenges. Like almost every god, Hera also has a vicious streak. Her path in life is being the wife, the mother, and the queen of the gods. She will not tolerate anything that tries to take it away from her.

Aphrodite is the goddess of love and beauty. It’s not surprising in the least that she represents The Lover archetype. Aphrodite embodies all forms of love, including physical, romantic, maternal, spiritual, or platonic. She is passionate, emotional, and pleasure-loving.

Ares is the god of war, and he describes the archetype of The Warrior. Ares is the personification of war’s violent, relentless nature. The Warrior represents those who tend to act first and think later, as well as those who are used to taking what they want by force.

Demeter is the goddess of the harvest, earth’s fertility, and sacred law. She represents The Innocent archetype. We can describe her archetype as innocent and childlike, with a sweet and down-to-earth nature and a desire not to disappoint. Innocent love, rather than sexual love, rules Demeter’s heart. Demeter, as Mother Nature, is a relationship-oriented, homely and nurturing source of life.

God of fire, volcanoes, blacksmiths, and sculpture. Hephaestus was expelled from Olympus by his fellow Gods, including his own father Zeus. Because of that, his archetype has grown to be known as The Orphan, someone who is rejected and devalued by others in society who are unable to see their true worth.

Are you ready to discover the answer to the question: “Who am I?” Beware…it might be something you were not expecting. Take the quiz and find out your true nature!