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.
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51% of people agree that Little Willow is intelligent
able (16%) accepting (13%) adaptable (5%) bold (8%) brave (18%) calm (5%) caring (8%) cheerful (24%) clever (24%) complex (10%) confident (18%) dependable (8%) dignified (5%) energetic (43%) extroverted (10%) friendly (32%) giving (10%) happy (2%) helpful (18%) idealistic (8%) independent (13%) ingenious (10%) intelligent (51%) introverted (5%) kind (10%) knowledgeable (35%) logical (2%) loving (10%) mature (5%) modest (5%) nervous (2%) observant (16%) organised (16%) patient (5%) powerful (0%) proud (0%) quiet (2%) reflective (8%) relaxed (2%) religious (2%) responsive (5%) searching (2%) self-assertive (8%) self-conscious (0%) sensible (5%) sentimental (5%) shy (5%) silly (8%) spontaneous (2%) sympathetic (0%) tense (0%) trustworthy (13%) warm (8%) wise (2%) witty (2%)
billie0 thinks: complex, idealistic, sentimental, confident, self-assertive, witty.
hollyn thinks: reflective, knowledgeable, friendly, observant, happy, accepting.
syd-so random! thinks: responsive, introverted, warm, clever, independent, knowledgeable.
sweetbizzybee thinks: knowledgeable, ingenious, clever, mature, intelligent, friendly.
paranoidkitten thinks: energetic, helpful, confident, knowledgeable, searching, brave.
Suxander thinks: clever, energetic, organised, extroverted, logical, intelligent.
maren thinks: intelligent, cheerful, confident, observant, warm, idealistic.
mooseonski thinks: self-assertive, accepting, able, dependable, energetic, organised.
Elisa thinks: cheerful, clever, energetic, helpful, ingenious, knowledgeable.
Aurora thinks: friendly, confident, loving, complex, intelligent, energetic.
angelrachel thinks: knowledgeable, trustworthy, observant, cheerful, sensible, independent.
Deb thinks: intelligent, independent, knowledgeable, friendly, caring.
Jenah thinks: confident, dignified, shy, sensible, kind, intelligent.
M'e thinks: adaptable, brave, clever, energetic, giving, loving.
kelly thinks: intelligent, trustworthy, observant, brave, kind, accepting.
to the contrary thinks: religious, shy, introverted, quiet, nervous, relaxed.
lauren thinks: able, dependable, friendly, bold, extroverted, silly.
Laura thinks: cheerful, energetic, friendly, intelligent, able, wise.
Ms. Melanie thinks: intelligent, energetic, cheerful, patient, calm, kind.
Silverwolf thinks: energetic, bold, intelligent, organised, self-assertive.
tlace thinks: friendly, knowledgeable, cheerful, silly, energetic.
gigi thinks: trustworthy, intelligent, energetic, brave, friendly, dependable.
Kiba thinks: able, brave, intelligent, energetic, patient, trustworthy.
Aubrey thinks: dignified, modest, brave, intelligent, able.
literaticat thinks: extroverted, energetic, cheerful, ingenious, confident.
gollummyers thinks: accepting, clever, intelligent, loving, caring, mature.
fa3ryg1rl thinks: helpful, organised, intelligent, giving, knowledgeable.
Lori thinks: knowledgeable, observant, organised, helpful, independent, clever.
Alexia thinks: spontaneous, silly, confident, helpful, intelligent, organised.
debalita thinks: intelligent, knowledgeable, giving, friendly, warm.
Ruby thinks: knowledgeable, clever, reflective, friendly, idealistic, responsive.
tlace thinks: friendly, giving, cheerful, energetic, ingenious.
anon thinks: intelligent, observant, knowledgeable, clever, complex.
aliCe thinks: helpful, able, accepting, intelligent, brave, kind.
anonymous thinks: trustworthy, energetic, helpful, cheerful, friendly, complex.
Tina thinks: modest, calm, caring, loving, sentimental, independent.
JES thinks: adaptable, bold, energetic, extroverted, reflective.
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