For almost a century, in order to find out "who we really are" we've been given personality tests.
"Personality" is presented as fixed - it develops in childhood, and does not change in adulthood. As such, the insights from two personality tests say the same about us be they 6 months or 10 years apart.
This puts learners in a box and seals it shut, disempowering them.
But who of us is the same person as we were 6 months ago? Ten years ago? Have we not become a little kinder in the interim? If we're lucky, a dash wiser?