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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(Hover over a word to see how many people chose it.)
56% of people agree that wolfieboy is intelligent
able (2%) accepting (29%) adaptable (5%) bold (0%) brave (2%) calm (5%) caring (32%) cheerful (13%) clever (10%) complex (29%) confident (0%) dependable (8%) dignified (0%) energetic (5%) extroverted (5%) friendly (32%) giving (21%) happy (5%) helpful (8%) idealistic (16%) independent (0%) ingenious (8%) intelligent (56%) introverted (5%) kind (29%) knowledgeable (10%) logical (5%) loving (27%) mature (8%) modest (0%) nervous (0%) observant (24%) organised (0%) patient (5%) powerful (8%) proud (0%) quiet (2%) reflective (16%) relaxed (0%) religious (5%) responsive (5%) searching (10%) self-assertive (2%) self-conscious (5%) sensible (0%) sentimental (2%) shy (5%) silly (37%) spontaneous (8%) sympathetic (0%) tense (0%) trustworthy (16%) warm (29%) wise (2%) witty (5%)
torn_soul thinks: accepting, complex, friendly, giving, warm.
poetry_lady thinks: religious, self-conscious, patient, introverted, reflective, observant.
Fieryfae469 thinks: intelligent, clever, complex, loving, self-assertive, trustworthy.
Corvi thinks: accepting, extroverted, idealistic, helpful, searching, silly.
Iswari thinks: kind, loving, warm, trustworthy, accepting, intelligent.
Violindaine thinks: accepting, adaptable, complex, warm, observant, energetic.
pattytoo thinks: caring, trustworthy, warm, intelligent, loving.
k_crow thinks: complex, cheerful, intelligent, ingenious, silly, friendly.
see_tree_me thinks: calm, idealistic, intelligent, silly, friendly, observant.
Kendaer thinks: intelligent, silly, knowledgeable, sentimental, idealistic, kind.
Perlandria thinks: loving, patient, caring, religious, intelligent, warm.
roadknight thinks: accepting, cheerful, caring, intelligent, idealistic, silly.
cooncat thinks: clever, caring, giving, loving, intelligent, powerful.
Angi thinks: caring, friendly, dependable, intelligent, trustworthy, mature.
inaurolillium thinks: accepting, caring, happy, intelligent, kind, warm.
Lee thinks: logical, observant, witty, complex, friendly, silly.
elphie thinks: friendly, silly, warm, intelligent, spontaneous.
childofchaos thinks: clever, giving, friendly, caring, reflective, spontaneous.
tactisle thinks: giving, reflective, complex, observant, cheerful.
novalis thinks: happy, giving, warm, silly, caring, extroverted.
nimir_ra_ thinks: intelligent, friendly, complex, kind, silly, witty.
phaedra_lari thinks: brave, idealistic, observant, loving, kind, intelligent.
dreamingcrow thinks: complex, helpful, kind, accepting, responsive, friendly.
ariedana thinks: accepting, caring, giving, introverted, searching, friendly.
Panther thinks: ingenious, adaptable, cheerful, silly, shy, intelligent.
ivymcallister thinks: intelligent, reflective, searching, kind, friendly.
Firinel thinks: intelligent, dependable, clever, observant, mature, warm.
riverheart thinks: silly, spontaneous, trustworthy, quiet, ingenious, complex.
a_lost_marianne thinks: giving, friendly, caring, accepting, intelligent, kind.
Mokie thinks: searching, intelligent, loving, silly, warm, energetic.
anansi133 thinks: complex, shy, giving, logical, self-conscious, idealistic.
pathdancer thinks: kind, powerful, loving, observant, trustworthy.
water_bunny thinks: calm, dependable, observant, loving, helpful, wise.
aoniedesade thinks: knowledgeable, silly, accepting, caring, complex, kind.
magsspiritwing thinks: intelligent, mature, powerful, knowledgeable, reflective.
tabbifli thinks: accepting, loving, reflective, cheerful, silly, responsive.
Klicrai thinks: able, caring, intelligent, warm, knowledgeable, kind.
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