This site I found had some amazing insights. Here is a section that describes me almost perfectly, it was pretty crazy to read because its so true!
Extrovert of high intensity, though on the surface he/she is less outgoing than most extroverts
Approaches a moderate amount of people for socialization and is happier when approached by others
Has very little concern about past or future, lives for today
Relationship-oriented -- has little understanding of tasks or systems, likes people, socializing.
Responsive to the environment -- if the environment is negative, he/she becomes negative and despondent; if the environment is positive, he/she becomes positive and optimistic
Motivated by rewards, especially the reward of acceptance and approval
Potential strengths which should be encouraged, used and developed:
Has a "dry" (witty, often sarcastic) sense of humor which is used as a device to attract people
Under the right circumstances can be very vivacious and optimistic.
Potential weaknesses which should be considered and dealt with:
Has a fear of rejection and may perceive rejection where none exists
Seldom learns from past mistakes -- will apologize very quickly but keeps on repeating the same mistakes
It's all very much true, and it really got me thinking. I can make excuses for myself and say, "It's just my personality, I can't help it if I'm disorganized and I keep repeating the same mistakes. It's not my fault!" But God doesn't want me to be a slave to my nature. He wants me to be transformed and renewed. I don't know how he can do it, he has a lot of work to do on me. To some extent, this is how God made me and he gave me certain strengths and traits that can be used for his glory. But there are other areas that need to be molded and reshaped for his purposes. I'm trying not to be stubborn. He is the potter, I am the clay. Thank goodness Gods light shines best through broken pots!