Can You Decode Personality Through The Way They Speak? 5 Clues to Look For

Can You Judge a Book by Its Spoken Words?



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Even though personality type is very distinctive, you can pick up on certain characteristics from the way someone speaks and that will indicate their personality type. Even while a brief conversation with someone is unlikely to yield an in-depth understanding of them, you can get a fair sense of some of the dominating personality traits that define them.

Thus, the following five signs can help you determine a person’s personality type based on the way they talk and what to look out for the next time you meet someone new. For instance,

i) Engaging in conversations

Observing whether a person initiates a conversation or waits for you to start one will give you the first indication of their personality type based on the way they communicate.

You can usually tell if someone is extroverted or introverted from their desire to start a fresh conversation with you especially when you are interacting with a total stranger. Despite the fact that this is a highly basic assessment, extroverts are more likely to start a conversation with a stranger in comparison with introverts.

ii) In-depth discussions:

When someone speaks, their personality type might be detectable in the way they say things, the topics they choose to discuss, and how they react to your attempts to drive the discussion in a certain direction.

For instance, certain topics will be avoided by some personality types, such as INTPs who do their hardest to avoid discussing abstract concepts like emotions and feelings.

On the other hand, intuitive feeling personality types, such as ENFJs and INFJs, have a tendency to engage in deeper conversation. Also, they can swiftly and purposefully direct the topic from small chats to more significant ones. Furthermore, both INTJs and ENTJs favour in-depth discussions and particularly love exploring novel theories, concepts, and arguments.

iii) Disclosing private information




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