Ok... so I'm always fascinated to see how the different personality determiners all intertwine with each other. My Chinese Zodiac, Rat (Wood), fits me spectacularly well... I've listed the 12 animals with corresponding years and a link to a description. Check it out and post your comments... your MBTI type and Enneagram type are also welcome!
The specific dates vary, and you also have to take into account that the Chinese New Year is in February, so to find out your animal, use this table: Chinese astrology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thanks for sharing!
Personally, I am an ENTP, 7w6, Wood Rat (Feb 5, 1924 to Jan 23, 1925 | Feb 2, 1984 to Feb 19, 1985):Yeah... I think this might be the reason why I don't seem like the stereotypical ENTP.Rat people are so charming and attractive they are always surrounded by friends and admirers. They can also be lone tumbleweeds, seldom making lasting friendships. Known as Perfectionists, they never want to lose face. It takes an understanding friend to get them to "put on the dancing plumes." Rat people have vivid imagination and are known for creating extraordinarily magic moments in time. Not surprisingly, the sensitive Rats have the gift of insight and clairvoyance, so you better watch out what you think around them! Rats enjoy being leaders and pacesetters and usually enjoy extraordinary success in life.
Wood rats don't care about firecrackers and whiz-bam-boom special effects. Still waters run very deep! Somewhat introverted and shy in social gatherings, Wood Rats nevertheless make a big impact when it comes to career, finance, and entrepreneurial projects. A big ego keeps this one focused on the big picture, talking only when necessary to make the next move. The enterprising Wood Rat knows and lives the rules in human dynamics: compromise, flexibility, "playing it by ear," the Golden Rule, and generosity. In the Love Boat, don't expect the Wood Rat to whisper a lot of sweet nothings; again, still waters run deep. They don't need words, they ACT their love, showering affection, kindness, and respect on their loved ones, who love them in return.