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    Te and Se are my worst functions. I have to actively shove things into those realms or I just don't go that way... and it drains me to do it.

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    I sometimes miss raw detail since I'm usually scanning for particular details.
    I have trouble staying in the moment.
    I have trouble just "going with instinct."

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    I have trouble staying conventionally organized and on task.
    I waste time looking for elegant solutions when it would be better to just "crunch through" the issue and get it done.
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    Weakest: Si Te and Fe
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    So I see you finally went with ENTP.
    Does seem to make sense, and fit the function strengths better (they probably never line up in the exact order).

    I've been paying more attention to Lenore Thomson's theory, and she has the other four functions as right or left brain alternatives, so that would help explain why Ni, Fi and Te would come up stronger than expected for you, and Si would be the weakest.
    Yeah, I'm always up for a better fit I just determined that it's more likely that my functions developed.. well, as I said in the description you quoted, with Ne and Ti coming more naturally.

    I'm going to have to read up on Lenore. If she's got a better way of identifying the cognitive functions, then I may have been too quick to dismiss them.

    So ENTP does seem to fit better than the other stuff you've tried, and you do remind me of some of some of the other ENTP's here (I think of Eck with his teddy bear avatars!).

    But just curious; why did you change your 4Marks from Sanguine-Choleric to Choleric-Sanguine? (Which is a different blending in that system).
    I tend to read many descriptions and choose the one that fits best. In reevaluating my type, I reevaluated my standing on 4Marks to one that probably suits me better. It, like any other descriptor, is subject to change.

    I still believe that the most accurate title that has ever fit me is "Benevolent Inventor."

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew_Z View Post
    I don't know how you guys can live without an Si. I'm pretty observant. If I met you 6 months ago, I could tell you if you've changed the part in your hair since then, as well as how much more/less makeup you're wearing compared to then. Then there's those subtle thing such as if you're wearing darker colors than usual. If something changes, I notice it.
    Easily. I just somehow make due without needing to know whether someone has changed the way they part their hair in the span of six months. It's kind of hard, but it's manageable.



    Nah, I kid. Si could come very much in handy, as much as its overuse tends to clash with my very existence.

    Cam Jansen always pissed me off, though.


    (Fun fact: while writing the above I couldn't remember which test "Benevolent Inventor" came from, and I mistook Cam Jansen for Encyclopedia Brown This is where some Si would come in handy.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    I tend to read many descriptions and choose the one that fits best. In reevaluating my type, I reevaluated my standing on 4Marks to one that probably suits me better. It, like any other descriptor, is subject to change.

    I still believe that the most accurate title that has ever fit me is "Benevolent Inventor."
    *10 bucks he reevaluates again next week to, maybe ENTJ this time *

    *high 5*

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    I such at Fe completly. Towards the test that is going around I have the weakest Fe on this forum. After that comes my Fi which is clearly stronger then Fe but still under developed.

    I simply suck at feelings.


    Se and Si are not too well develped but enough for my lifestyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    *10 bucks he reevaluates again next week to, maybe ENTJ this time *

    *high 5*
    Been there, done that. I'm planning on ISFP next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    *10 bucks he reevaluates again next week to, maybe ENTJ this time *

    *high 5*
    my bet is infp

    they don't like committing to type (as the stereotype goes)

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    I am still missing something innovative like: "I suck at f.a.r.t.i.n.g."

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    I'm pretty observant, too, but six months ago is a long time ago! I'm more focused on my natural environment, though... the colors of the trees, the one point perspective when I'm looking down the street...
    I'm also focused on you... how the color that you're wearing brings out the color in your eyes, the look on your face and how happy or sad you feel to me...
    It is much easier for me to use Se and Fi than that defective Si of mine!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew_Z View Post
    I don't know how you guys can live without an Si. I'm pretty observant. If I met you 6 months ago, I could tell you if you've changed the part in your hair since then, as well as how much more/less makeup you're wearing compared to then. Then there's those subtle thing such as if you're wearing darker colors than usual. If something changes, I notice it.
    I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle and here is my spout. Every time I steam up, I give a shout. Just tip me over and pour me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    Yeah, I'm always up for a better fit I just determined that it's more likely that my functions developed.. well, as I said in the description you quoted, with Ne and Ti coming more naturally.

    I'm going to have to read up on Lenore. If she's got a better way of identifying the cognitive functions, then I may have been too quick to dismiss them.



    I tend to read many descriptions and choose the one that fits best. In reevaluating my type, I reevaluated my standing on 4Marks to one that probably suits me better. It, like any other descriptor, is subject to change.
    I assumed you had taken their test, and got the first result.
    I would think that between the two of them, one would be ENTP, and the other, ESTP. But it's hard to tell from their descriptions which is which (plus, they omit 4 of the 16 blends). In any case, it is a closer match with ENTP than the other types you tried.
    I still believe that the most accurate title that has ever fit me is "Benevolent Inventor."
    That also would suggest ENTP. I believe the type is called "The Inventor" in one of the systems, and it would also go along with Keirsey's name for it, "The Engineer".
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