Seeking those elusive individuals is like mining for rare gems. It will take hard work, patience, and a persistent attitude. To find that rich seam of colorful stones, you will have to chip through dirt and rock. You will have to learn how to hold rubble in your hands and see the fortune inside. – Chris Murray
People are treasures.
Sometimes it may not seem that way, but people really do make our live so much richer.
Today I want to share with you the jewels that seem to best fit each of the Myers-Briggs personality types.
If you don’t know your personality type, this test is free and seems accurate.
A jet stone. Calm and reserved.
A jasper. Bold and ready for adventure.
An aquamarine. Beautiful and artistic.
A coral stone. Bright and ready for fun and excitement.
A sapphire. Calm and efficient. Always ready to do what needs to be done.
An emerald. True and traditional. Ready to do what needs to be done.
A pearl. Softly beautiful and traditional.
A garnet. Warm and traditional.
A Moonstone. A seemingly fantasy stone for this gently mystical personality type.
An ammolite. A rainbow of colors. Beautiful and fun.
A calligraphy stone. A strangely beautiful stone and person. Tangled and deep.
A fire agate. A quiet extrovert who enjoys debating.
An opal. Mysterious with hidden depths.
A amethyst. Kind and always ready to help.
A diamond. Beautiful and cold. Good at planning.
A ruby. True and strong. Ready to be a leader.
So, those are the jewels that I think that each of the Myers-Briggs personality types would be. This was a post that I enjoyed writing.
What is your Myers-Briggs personality type? What do you think of the jewel that I picked out for you?