We all look for ways to know ourselves a little better. It’s why so many of us know our astrological sign as well as our Myers-Briggs Personality type. But what can these things tell you about yourself?
A lot. When it comes to knowing what kind of traveler you are, your Myers-Briggs type sheds light on your style. What kind of traveler are you based on your Myers-Briggs type? Keep reading to find out.
You travel so that you can get to know yourself, and the world, on a deeper level. You like to get lost in new experiences and learn a little bit more about how you fit into the different cultures and aspects of the world.
You like to use your imagination and turn the world into a canvas. You like to dream up the ideal trip and then live it out on your terms.
Not surprisingly, for you, it’s all about meeting people and making connections. Wherever you go, you’re bound to make a new friend for life, and that’s what’s truly exciting about leaving home behind.
You don’t need to have every detail planned, but you do want to take your time. Sitting in a cafe and soaking in the moment is better than a whirlwind weekend away. Giving yourself the time and space is how you connect with the new places you’re experiencing.
You want to immerse yourself in the culture so that you walk away with a deep understanding of how that place is uniquely different from your home. Learning about the cultures and lifestyles makes travel truly valuable for you.
You travel to shed your beliefs. You like to understand the structures around you and how other people thrive without them or against them. It’s a personal challenge to teach yourself something new.
You travel to get outside what is comfortable for you. You take risks and do things to purposely make yourself uncomfortable so that you can say you experienced something new.
What can the world teach you? That’s what matters to you when it comes to traveling. If you have the chance to travel and educate yourself at the same time, that’s the ideal place for you.
You want to see as much of the world as you can, and you want it to be an adventure. You want to go outside the box and do things you never expected to do. You want to touch, feel, smell, and see it all with your body and soul.
You travel to connect with the world through every one of your senses. You take photos that capture how you feel and write down words that sear memories into your mind. You need that sensory experience for it to matter.
The traditions and customs of the city you’re in matters to you. You want to soak it all in, understand it, and even be part of it if you can.
Did we hit the nail on the head? Check back next week for the rest of the Myers-Briggs types and how they love to travel.