I'd like to be an INTJ. Right now my T is introverted, so I tend to have issues with practical matters like deadlines, finishing projects, and oh-fuck-where's-my-wallet. I can only work on something as long as it interests me. An extroverted T would probably give me more follow-through.
"Having is not such a pleasing thing as wanting. It is not logical, but it is often true." --Spock
The S/N dimension is the only one that significantly matters for IQ (if any of them do). The differences in the other dimensions is so slight that it can easily be explained by any slight bias in the study. Additionally the various studies do not always agree on the other dimensions, but always show a difference between S and N.
P.S. I chose INTJ.
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You know, I was walking, deeply thinking about my life and how could I improve my life to get out of this rut.. I had thought of ENTJ yesterday, because I scored as conscientious type on big 5. Today, now as I was walking.. I thought that I can't live by being against people.. I'll be happier by accepting some people from all my heart, when I've seen enough that they're good folks.
I actually planned my future on living as ENFP, and that thought somehow lifted me up. I didn't mean it in a strict sense though, like as playing some limited type and not behaving otherswise.
It's not directly the type idea that made me happy.. but I was thinking of one social group I've neglected latetely.. but I somehow found it that it's actually easy to like them, if I have the right settings in my mind, and I'm in peace with my past perceptions about them. I miss them, too, and I somehow knew I'd be happy with them. Made me remember the time when I was more of a "heart" than "head" person..
I'm torn between ENFJ and INTJ... I already provided reasons for this here:
Originally Posted by athenian200
Me? Hmm, it depends on my mood. There are times I wish I was more outgoing, energetic, persuasive, and people found it easier to see my compassion and interest in them, and those times I wish I were an ENFJ. On the other hand, there are times I get tired of having to care so much about what other people want from me. During those times, I'm a bit envious of INTJ.