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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
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    It very much depends on how you describe bravery. A lot of it in my mind has to do with a willingness to take risks. I think STP types tend to take physical risks. Ennagram 7s are adrenaline junkies. Enneagram 6s are the most courageous. Maybe an STP Enneagram 6 woulld be the bravest in one sense - like Braveheart. I'm a 6. In some ways, I am very risk averse. In other ways, people may think I gravitate to risky situations where the stakes are relatively high. Dunno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Well, as an INTP, I'd say we are probably among the least bravest type, appearance wise. We don't see the logic, we don't go.

    But I speak from experience that at times of peril I just *click* and do what needs to be done. Introverted thinking? What?
    This is true of my experience as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    So, in that regard. I think actual bravery exceeds any personality type influence. It just happens. Wether you're ESFJ or INTP or whichever.
    Do you think certain types though are more inclined to take risks in which the outcome cannot be predicted ahead? And do you think different types are inclined to different types of risks?

    There are things involving physical risk like skydiving and climbing Mt. Everest and there are emotional risks like asking someone out on a date or standing up for your beliefs regardless of how unpopular it may make you.

    There are people who don't hestitate to take physical risks but they are scared to death to ask someone out on a date. Then there are people who put themselves out there emotionally but are very cautious when it comes to physical things.

    Some are cautious across the board and some seem to take risks in all realms of life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    There are things involving physical risk like skydiving and climbing Mt. Everest
    One might argue this is not bravery, but stupidity. :P

    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    and there are emotional risks like asking someone out on a date
    Wether this is an emotional risk for say an ENFP, it is hardly for most INTP's. Younger 'infatuated' INTP's aside.

    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    or standing up for your beliefs regardless of how unpopular it may make you.
    I think INTP's win the crown regarding this one. I would never not stand up for my beliefs over something as trivial as another person's opinion of me.

    Long story short, bravery comes in many forms to many different people. But universally, it all winds down to doing something that surpasses the standard set of functions of the individual.
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    ESTP hands down. They are so present oriented that they often don't realize the consequences of their actions. Therefore, they just take action and don't think of the future. Also, their Se allows them to take action so well and not dwell on future possibilities. The ESTP is the ultimate badass.

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    I think each type is going to have a different kind of braveness.

    For the IxFPs I say that, if the Fi says it should be done, it's going to be done, no matter what.

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