Daughter of Sin and Blood's Johari Window

The Johari Window was invented by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in the 1950s as a model for mapping personality awareness. By describing yourself from a fixed list of adjectives, then asking your friends and colleagues to describe you from the same list, a grid of overlap and difference can be built up.

You can get your own Johari Window, or contribute to Daughter of Sin and Blood's.

Known
to
Self
Not
Known
to
Self
Known to Others

Arena

Blind Spot

able
accepting
caring
cheerful
clever
dependable
energetic
intelligent
searching
silly
trustworthy
Not Known to Others

Façade

friendly
happy
loving
observant
self-conscious
sympathetic

Unknown

adaptable bold brave calm complex confident dignified extroverted giving helpful idealistic independent ingenious introverted kind knowledgeable logical mature modest nervous organised patient powerful proud quiet reflective relaxed religious responsive self-assertive sensible sentimental shy spontaneous tense warm wise witty

(Hover over a word to see how many people chose it.)

All Percentages

able (50%) accepting (50%) adaptable (0%) bold (0%) brave (0%) calm (0%) caring (50%) cheerful (50%) clever (50%) complex (0%) confident (0%) dependable (50%) dignified (0%) energetic (50%) extroverted (0%) friendly (0%) giving (0%) happy (0%) helpful (0%) idealistic (0%) independent (0%) ingenious (0%) intelligent (50%) introverted (0%) kind (0%) knowledgeable (0%) logical (0%) loving (0%) mature (0%) modest (0%) nervous (0%) observant (0%) organised (0%) patient (0%) powerful (0%) proud (0%) quiet (0%) reflective (0%) relaxed (0%) religious (0%) responsive (0%) searching (50%) self-assertive (0%) self-conscious (0%) sensible (0%) sentimental (0%) shy (0%) silly (50%) spontaneous (0%) sympathetic (0%) tense (0%) trustworthy (50%) warm (0%) wise (0%) witty (0%)

Description Breakdown (2 people)

Rachel D. thinks: able, accepting, clever, dependable, intelligent, trustworthy.
Black Warrior thinks: energetic, cheerful, silly, caring, searching.

You can display these results in an email or journal, by cutting and pasting the following HTML:-

The Interactive Johari Window was installed and grouted by Kevan, on the 11th of February 2006.
Questions? Check the FAQ.
If you can take criticism, there's also a darker Nohari Window.