Which MBTI personality type do you think is Debra Richtmeyer?
According to the results of the MBTI, Debra Richtmeyer is an INTJ Myers-Briggs personality type. However, one people have cast ballots so far, representing 100% of the total.
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|Dom||Ni||Introverted Intuition, Temporal Intuition & Time|
|Aux||Te||Extroverted Thinking, Practical Logic|
|Tert||Fi||Introverted Feeling, Relational Ethics|
|Inf||Se||Extroverted Sensing, Force/Power|
Debra Richtmeyer Enneagram type?
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TYPE 4: THE ROMANTIC Fours often experience a sense of longing or melancholy. Something is missing for them, which can lead to feelings of envy. They seek meaning and depth in their relationships, their work or their quest for personal creativity. Many Fours are artists who excel at expressing universal human emotions in dance, music, poetry, etc. While they are good at creating an image, it’s most important for them to be authentic. Often passionate, sometimes overly emotional, their attention moves back and forth from empathizing with others to their own inner experience. Individualists at heart, Fours need time alone. To heal and grow, they must balance sadness with the capacity for happiness and satisfaction, even if the relationship or the experience seems flawed or incomplete. • Strengths: Compassionate, idealistic, emotional depth • Problems: Moody, withdrawn, uncooperative • Speaking style: Sometimes warm and full of feeling, sometimes flat and dry, they tend to be subjective and try to be aesthetically correct. Often a tone of sadness or dissatisfaction • Lower emotional habit: Envy or melancholy arising from the experience of disappointment or deficiency • Higher emotion: Equanimity, which means keeping the heart open and welcoming all feelings, yet staying in balance • Archetypal challenge: Living with an open heart while integrating joy and suffering
About Debra Richtmeyer
First woman to teach a master class and be a concerto soloist with an orchestra at the World Saxophone Congress. She has been the recipient of many teaching awards, including the University of Illinois 2002 Campus Award for Excellence in Graduate and Professional Teaching.
She attended Northwestern University for her BME and MM before she went professional.
She was once the president of the North American Saxophone Alliance.
Family of Debra Richtmeyer
She was born and raised in Lansing, Michigan.
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Richtmeyer released the album Extravaganza for Saxophone and Orchestra, which featured work by Sergei Rachmaninoff.