Extrovert or Introvert?
Which are you? You probably know, but this Color Test can confirm (or contradict) your intuition. There’s considerable research evidence to support the validity and reliability of the test. I took it twice, choosing somewhat different colors each time, but ended up with the same score: half extrovert, half introvert.
This result confirms my feeling that, although I was an introvert and painfully shy forty years ago, I’ve steadily progressed toward the extrovert end of the spectrum. This drawn-out change possibly explains why, many years ago, I was interested in Quakerism but only recently joined the Society. In the past, I was too withdrawn and fearful to join; but, as my extroversion has increased, I’ve finally acquired the courage to become a member.
Perhaps, for you too, this test will explain some aspect of your Quakerism.
~ Richard Russell
11/4/2021 09:34:18 pm
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11/6/2021 06:00:11 am
In the blog article, I didn't mention that the Happiness Quiz is actually a test of "happiness skills." I guess it's possible to have happiness skills without being happy. Not likely, though.
11/6/2021 09:33:52 pm
Well, darn. When you click the " color test" link, a rectangle of colors appears. THAT'S the color test. Click the colors in your order of preference and the result will be displayed after you finish.
11/6/2021 10:26:30 pm
I confused the "Happiness Quiz" and the "Color Test." Happy Colors! And apologies for the mistake.
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