I voted to be an ESFP. The few I am aquainted with are the most carefree, kind, and fun people I know of. That damn E would help me get out and do the things that I need to do, instead of hiding indoors. Hats off to all the Ns out there, it must be hard, intellectualizing and all.
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I voted ENTJ, although really it's more like ENxJ. Basically the opposite of who I actually am - no coincidence, of course. It's most definitely a case of the grass being greener on the other side... a whole lot of things could be different for me if I had other strengths. I'm also sure, however, that I'd have other issues if I didn't have the strengths I actually have, so... no complaints here . Although it would certainly be nice to see how the other side lives, even if only for a short while.
Well, no one really wants to be an INTP... it's just something that happens to you, like getting into a car accident.
I chose INTP because they are my kindred spirits. I can bring them any problem and they will grant me instant clarity. They aren't perfect, but really no type is, and I admire them for their ability to see what I cannot.
I often think of them as being secretly the most sentimental of the analytical types, while INFJs are the most analytical of the sentimental types.
I am going to choose ESFJ because I have grown into that role (or ESTJ) at work. I can get so much done at work and direct so many people, but I come home exhausted. I really don't enjoy what I do (mainly because my job morphed with way more responsibility than it was originally). The ESFJs I know well can direct well and are very organized but don't seem harsh like some ESTJs I know.
I - 75% N - 55% F - 55% P - 61%
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