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    Let's make this showy! raz's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post

    Competition focused on personal aspects is the one Te users are the least likely to engage in. Things like: social status, the most attractive, the most attention, the most liked, the most musically talented, the funniest, the most intelligent, the most [insert any character trait]... This is competition for insecure and envious people. It's childish and for people who have low self-esteem.
    The personal things can rarely ever be reliably measured.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    The personal things can rarely ever be reliably measured.
    You took the words out of my mouth. The reason why I love to compete for the impersonal things, such as winning a game or getting the highest score in something, is because it can be measured and it lets you know who is the best.

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    i find Ti users to be the most competitive. they seem to get more fully engaged with a challenge or game than any other type. i think michael jordan was a Ti dom. Te just wants to get something done in an efficient and painless-as-possible manner. Ti wants to conquer. especially Ti 3s, the stps, etc. estp and entp. Te will still hate to be bested, my entj friends are soooo competitive, but it's not just in losing, it's in not being perfect, not being efficient, having things break down and not go according to plan, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the state i am in View Post
    i find Ti users to be the most competitive. they seem to get more fully engaged with a challenge or game than any other type. i think michael jordan was a Ti dom. Te just wants to get something done in an efficient and painless-as-possible manner. Ti wants to conquer. especially Ti 3s, the stps, etc. estp and entp. Te will still hate to be bested, my entj friends are soooo competitive, but it's not just in losing, it's in not being perfect, not being efficient, having things break down and not go according to plan, etc.
    I HATE to lose in practically anything.

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    I'm not a least bit competitive. In fact, I hate competition. Couldn't care less about winning or losing.

    My Te is probably rather weak anyway.

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