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    Default Typing Typology Central

    At what stage is Typology Central?

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    YouTube - David Logan on tribal leadership

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    I think the word 'tribe' is a misnomer in this case, but it's a surprisingly interesting concept.

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    Stage 2.

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    Haha! When I read the title, I thought about calling the forum an INTJ or something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Stage 2.
    Yes, stage 1 is, "The world sucks".

    And stage 2 is, "My life sucks".

    And stage 3 is, "I'm great and you're not".

    And stage 4 is, "We are great".

    And stage 5 is, "Life is great".

    I think I am at stage 3 and learning to move onto stage 4.

    And perhaps you are right, Athenian, Typology Central is at stage 2 moving onto stage 3.

    And our job is to help Typology Central move from stage 2 to stage 3.

    "All the world's a stage and the men and women merely players".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
    I think the word 'tribe' is a misnomer in this case, but it's a surprisingly interesting concept.
    Marshall McLuhan told us that the electronic media are taking us willy-nilly into a global village.

    And he told us we are moving from the literate individual to electronic tribes.

    This is very interesting as tribes have a spoken culture while the culture of print is visual and creates the individual.

    So it seems we have lived in a spoken culture for 200,000 years and only over the last 100 years have we lived in a print culture. And that only in developed countries.

    But now the electronic culture is taking us back to something like the spoken culture we grew up in. The electronic culture is taking us back to something like tribes and tribalism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Haha! When I read the title, I thought about calling the forum an INTJ or something...
    The title was meant to get your attention.

    However a typology is a map.
    And a map is not the territory.
    And a territory has many maps.
    And each map shows an aspect of the territory.
    And anything can be mapped onto anything.

    So MBTI is a map that shows a particular aspect of personality. And there are many other maps that show other aspects of the personality.

    And as anything can be mapped onto anything, the personalities in, "Wind in the Willows", can be mapped onto our personalities.

    All we need to do is to read, "Wind in the Willows", by clicking on -

    The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame: Chapter 1

    And seeing which characters we are most like.

    I, for instance, am like Mole but I admire Ratty and would like to be like him.

    Who are you most like?

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    I relate more to Mr. Toad
    I redact everything I have written or will write on this forum prior to, subsequent with and or after the fact of its writing. For entertainment purposes only and not to be taken seriously nor literally.

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    Did you ever see my old sig quote?

    Because that was exactly what I was talking about....aside from the Wind and the Willows thing.

    But, I caved in and read the first chapter. It's hard not to relate to mole or rat because they are the main characters. I'm not much like otter, too chatty. Toad, ha, sort of. Badger, sure, especially when I have work to be done I get mean.

    I guess mole, although rat's description of being in constant movement, despite having no direction/destination, was pretty familiar.

    I'm a mole-rat with a badger wing
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    At what stage is Typology Central?
    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Stage 2.
    i think in general typeCentral is at stage 3, and groups of people within typeC are in other stages.

    in the video he mentioned that tribes in each stage can only see into the stages which are one seperation from them- so Stage 3 tribes can only see into Stage 2 and Stage 4.
    in general typeCentral doesn't seem to have any ability to see into Stage 1, so i think we can't be at Stage 2.

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