While I was browsing Facebook this afternoon, I ran across this really interesting test and thought that it was worth sharing with our readers.  This test was found on Steven Aitchison’s website titled, “Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life.”

To take this test, you simply choose one photo which ignites you to feel certain emotions, and based upon your choices, the test will determine your top five dominant personality traits.  Easy peasy, right?

Here is the outcome of my own personal test:

Your 5 dominant traits are: Spiritual, Emotionally Intelligent, Charismatic, Analytical and Grounded. You are very in touch with your senses and read other people very well. You are hungry for adventure and excited about life, but you are also very humble and sincere. You are a great problem solver and have a balanced perspective about things.

Now that I have my results, which I find to be quite accurate, I will now journal about what these five traits mean to me and how they represent me as my own personal self.

A prompt such as this is a great opportunity for us to learn about ourselves and our personalities.  When writing about how these five personality traits reflect who you are, you will discover things that you like about your personality, but you may also discover that there are things that you do not like about yourself and wish to change.  At this point, you can develop a plan for making the changes in your life that you desire to make.  Begin by making a list of things that you have discovered that you do not like about your personality.  Describe ways in which you can change these things, then set your plan into motion, working little by little, day by day.

Test link:  http://www.stevenaitchison.co.uk/blog/what-are-your-5-dominant-personality-traits-based-on-your-visual-preferences/

Happy Journaling!

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