My Johari Window

Pick five words to describe me then compare your answers to other people. 

(via Cenobyte who is witty, loving, religious, cheerful and self-assertive among many other things.)

Comments 4

  1. Anonymous wrote:

    Interesting. Especially to see how many people chose the same words as you, and which ones are different. Of the 6 words I picked, Michelle picked 4 of the same. Clearly we saw you at a very specific time and in a specific role!

    Posted 11 Feb 2009 at 3:35 pm
  2. Anonymous wrote:

    Isn't it cool?
    And thanks, by the way. I've been thinking of you lately. Probably because we're doing so much bloody hockey stuff…*grin*

    Posted 15 Feb 2009 at 6:03 am
  3. Anonymous wrote:

    No, I'm like that all the time! 😉
    Seriously, where you are in life probably does play a part in how you are perceived. But then again, I bumped into a former high school classmate at the Sask Library conference in 2007.
    I was with Michelle D. who immediately said “You knew Jason in high school? You *have* to tell me what he was like!” and this person pretty much used the same words that you and Michelle used.
    The really interesting question – will these words still apply in another 5-10 years when I'm all jaded and cynical from life in libraryland?
    So maybe I really am consistent?

    Posted 15 Feb 2009 at 6:18 am
  4. Anonymous wrote:

    I keep meaning to pop by the SPG for a visit. One of these days…
    This *is* an interesting concept – there are so many words that could apply to people so it's revealing to see where your friends and acquaintances slot you. Then there's the fact that so many of the words have similar meanings – “are you more 'witty' or 'clever'?”
    I also found it interesting that “religious” was even on that list as just seemed to be in a different category than the other, more generic descriptors. Defining someone as religious carries a whole other level of connotation than calling someone “intelligent” or “caring” or whatever. (Of course, I turned around and used that word in regards to you – but that's perhaps as much to do with my perception of who you are as I think I was the only person to choose that word for you.)

    Posted 15 Feb 2009 at 6:26 am
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