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Terry F.
Minneapolis, MN
Post #: 997
Ever wonder why you like one person but can't stand another? Carl Jung did and as a result he developed a method for classifying personality types based on people's preferences. Isabel Myers and Katherine Briggs, took it further and came up with a personality test. It has been used for over fifty years by organizations and individuals who want to better understand how other people tick in order to more easily function together.

This workshop will turn the test around to better understand how a character's preferences guide his or her thoughts, speech, and deeds. Participants will take the easy and fun Personality Test for their character and then write a one page story describing how their character reacts to the following situation:

Your character's beloved family pet is at the veterinarian's clinic for a regular physical but all is not well. When your character arrives he or she (or it) is told the pet has an ultimately lethal condition. It's affliction can be transmitted to your character and family members. It will suffer incredible pain over several months before death. The vet asks what your character wants to do?

Send your four letter character test result and story (in the text body or as a .doc file attachment) to me at before Thursday, February 14. On Feb 17 I will read stories and participants will see if they can identify the personality types. Maybe, just maybe there will be a prize for the story voted best.
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