Tag Archives: Myers-Briggs
Stormtroopers can be fantastical, too.
The Stormtrooper Mentality You probably already know that according to the Myers-Briggs personality test, I’m an ISTJ. Part of my personality is to find comfort in rigid structure, so I find comfort in labeling myself, and I have mentioned my personality traits many times on this site. The part of my personality I’d like to […]
Posted in Personal, Reading Tagged as: conceptual editing, editing, fantasy, Into the Flames, Myers-Briggs, young adult
My Weakness Is Found in…My Strength?
This might be a “duh” to you, but I just had a big realization today. I love rules. I thrive on them. I’m not classified as an ISTJ for nothing. And sometimes this makes me come off mean and heartless. I don’t want to be that way, but rules are really important, people! On Tuesday […]
Posted in Personal, Writing Tagged as: editing, Myers-Briggs, Tate
Personality Tests and Short Stories
This week at work we each took the Myers-Briggs test and discussed how knowing our strengths and weaknesses can make us better editors and workers in general. This reminded me of Becca Campbell’s blog post on figuring out your character’s personality types. I haven’t done that yet, but I have for many years had character […]
Posted in Writing Tagged as: Myers-Briggs, secondary characters, short story