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    Every people NF people may be activist. But i think that the more activist are ENF Ppeople, although the ENTP type also it seem activist.
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    Any new thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tibby View Post
    When I worked for Greenpeace for a few months, I mostly met INFPs and INTJs there. It was the biggest INFP concentration though. I know many of the ENFP I know are active in some organisation/s, as well. It makes sense with Fi, maybe. I did some volunteering work too but in no way was I as immersed in it as the INFPs were, to whom it may be a total lifestyle choice. To me it is more like "a job done" that matches my values, just one area of my life.
    I think it is easily Fi related. I'm working for Greenpeace as a fundraiser. I don't get paid nearly as much as I used to but my heart is in it and I truly believe how necessary Greenpeace is to the environment. With that in mind, it's not an easy job and I'm still freshly exposed to the material. I don't know if my enthusiasm will last but I will say I'm so comfortable talking to so many people that regardless where I go from here, I've gained heaps of confidence with myself and with the organisation.

    My dream as an artist is to create campaigns for Greenpeace and other causes I believe in. I do think it's an NF quality to feel interconnected with the big picture and press others to relate to this too.
    Most of the workers are definitely Fi though; it's very different working at a place that's socially conscious and supports so many communities outside of your country.

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    Any type. I would say enneagram would have more to do with it.

    It is very easy for me to imagine a Type 1 ISTJ being an activist.
    I don't see any invisible treasure chests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Oh! And what about Noam Chomsky? He's an INTP activist, isn't he?
    INFJ 1w9 So/Sp.

    I think he most agressives activists are the NJs + ExTPs.

    SJs and FPs have a strong potential too.

    I have hard time to imagine a Ti-dom activist, especially INTP.
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    I doubt any of this is type related, but I imagine that ESFJs are overrepresented across the range of causes.
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