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What Will Be Your Meyers-Briggs Personality Type When You’re Old?

As we grow older, it's not uncommon for our personalities to change and grow as well! Some of us even seem like completely different people as we age. What will your Meyers-Briggs personality type be when you're officially old? Will you still be the same old you or someone new? Let's find out!
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You have a few days off and get to spend them however you'd like. What's your happy place?
Dinner with close friends.
Volunteering at a local shelter.
Staying home alone.
Being by myself in nature.
Starting a new project around the house.

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What is more important to you?
Charity
Popularity
Honesty
Creativity
Tradition

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Which movie genre do you watch most often?
Thriller
Crime
Comedy
Romance
Drama

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Something's bugging you, but you can't quite put your finger on it. How do you cope?
Think it over alone.
Distract myself by going out.
Write about it.
Call up my best pal.
Go for a walk to clear my head.

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Do you ever enjoying being the center of attention?
Very rarely
All the time
Never

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Which pattern do you prefer?
Dots
Stripes
Leaves
Florals
Plaid

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It's study time. Which subject would you love to learn?
Geography
Art
Music
Literature
History

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Do you tend to be a "big picture" kind of thinker?
Yes, definitely.
No, I like the small details.
It depends.

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You and your loved one have a disagreement. What's more important?
To be fair
To be kind
To be right
To be heard
To win

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What description is the biggest complement for you?
Compassionate
Competant
Resilient
Caring
Responsible

ISFJ

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As your grow older, your Meyers-Briggs will be ISFJ! Also known as the "Defender" personality type, ISFJs are sensitive, but analytical. Though often reserved, they have well developed people skills and love to have robust relationships. ISFJs tend to be a bit conservative, but can be receptive to change and new ideas with time!

ESFJ

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As you grow older, your Meyers-Briggs will be ESFJ! Also known as the "consul" personality type, ESFJs tend to be very popular people. They are the cheerleaders and quarterbacks of the world. They set the tone, take the spotlight and lead those around them to victory and fame. They never shy away from a social situation, nor do they like to stick to the background.

ISTJ

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As you grow older, your Meyers-Briggs will be ISTJ! Also known as the "Logistician", ISTJs are extremely practical and logical. They tend to boast loads of integrity and tend to uphold traditions. They have a tireless dedication to duty and tend to make loyal friends and family members. They are hard workers who don't give up when the going gets tough, even if they feel like withdrawing to their own little world.

ISFP

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As you grow older, your Meyers-Briggs will be ISFP! Also known as the "adventurer" personality, ISFPs are true artist, but not necessarily in the typical sense of the world. They use aesthetics, design and even choices to push the limits of social norms. They love upsetting tradition and experimenting in all areas of life. They hate to feel boxed in and aren't fond of routine!

ESTJ

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As you grow older, your Meyers-Briggs will be ESTJ! Also known as the "Executive" personality, ESTJs tend to be representatives of tradition and order. They believe in right and wrong. They embrace the values of honesty, dedication and dignity. Unlike other types, ESTJs always strive to do right by others, even if it means not getting ahead themselves.
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