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    In the past, in what life themes were you involved?

    I was involved in high-school sports and played outdoor basketball for many years at work (Physical). I was for a brief period involved in middle-school band (Creative). I have always worked for a Fortune 500 company (Establishment). I am pretty much a Jack of all trades (Entrepreneurial). I have been in school for 21 out of the 29 years of my life (Academic).

    What are your current life themes?

    I still work for a Fortune 500 company (Establishment). I am helping my former boss and current entrepreneur get his robot to do things (Entrepreneurial).

    What life themes are you considering starting or ending in the future?

    I want to start playing basketball again(+Physical). I want to get into a Ph.D. program for Physics (+Academic). I will likely not help my former boss regularly for too much longer (-Entrepreneurial). At some point I will leave the corporate world for research (-Establishment, +Academic) .

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    I'm pretty sure I am IGHC then: Independent, Global, Hard, and Counterculture. I wonder how common it is for a P to be "hard."

    My life themes are some combination of Academic, Entrepreneurial, Political, Growth, and Creative. Perhaps in that order too...

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    Flavours - Independent, local, soft, mainstream/counter-cultural (I do and choose what I like but not so that it sticks out like a sore thumb)
    Life themes (past/current) - academic; (future) - maybe creative, community or growth

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    Flavors:
    Global
    Soft
    Counter-cultural
    ...and, hm...
    Participative on the outside but in reality a hard core of lonely independence inside is monitoring the participations.

    Life themes:
    Creative (used to be more, miss it)
    Academic
    Political
    Growth (quite dominant at present, I wouldn't mind it calming down again soon)

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    Flavor: Independent, Global, Soft, Counter-Cultural.
    Life Themes:
    Past: Physical, Academic, Community.
    Present: Creative, Academic, Growth, Political.
    Future: Hopefully more physical again, as in outdoors and nature, not sports. I absolutely hate sports.

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    Leaning toward Participative, leaning toward Local, split down the middle of Hard/Soft, and seriously Counter-Cultural.

    As far as life themes, Community, Academic, Entrepreneurial, Political, and Growth describe mine. I think it's pretty much where I need to be and where I need to continue to be, at least for the immediate future.

    I'm focusing on growth right now, but I'll be scaling up the entrepreneurialship soon. I am also going to be traveling more, so.. more physical?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    I wonder how common it is for a P to be "hard."
    Ps can have a hard edge. I am fairly close. I think flavors arefluid and can change ofer time.

    I would I was hard even just a year ago. But that hard edge has gotten soft now. It is healthier for mw, right now.

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    Independant
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    i am extremely high in all of these except 'soft', which is about 60% or so.

    life themes:
    physical
    creative

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    Hmm. Mildly participative, definitely global, soft, and counter-culture.

    I think that political and growth have been themes in my life consistantly since my teens, which would make sense with me being an NF. However, I also have physical and creative themes in my life which is interestingly more SP. I'm currently at college so that would be NT. However, as much as I love learning, I would not choose to make academia my life.

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