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  • ISTJ

    2 2.86%
  • INTJ

    13 18.57%
  • ENTJ

    20 28.57%
  • ESTJ

    7 10.00%
  • ISTP

    3 4.29%
  • ISFP

    3 4.29%
  • ESTP

    3 4.29%
  • ESFP

    3 4.29%
  • INFJ

    14 20.00%
  • INFP

    8 11.43%
  • ENFJ

    17 24.29%
  • ESFJ

    2 2.86%
  • INTP

    7 10.00%
  • ENTP

    6 8.57%
  • ENFP

    7 10.00%
  • ISFJ

    3 4.29%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Being a King is far more suited to an INTJ, because then they wouldn't have to deal with bullshit politicking, and could just work on doing the best job possible.
    You really believe you can be king and not have to deal with politics. That IS part of doing the best job possible Its the "bullshit" that you have to remove.

    Dude...YOU HAVE TO DEAL WITH IT "ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL"....where is woody with his head spinning in circles at times like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_ View Post
    I would not put my knowledge against an INTJ as I dont focus on knowledge or systems or any of that crap. I adapt real time, in the moment, continuously. I see a whole lot of INTJs along with ISTJs who get hung up on adapting way more then I do. Its a draw back of "Tertiary" Ti/Fi..
    I'm not sure Ni/Fi loops have anything to do with it, but I agree with your overall observation. INTJ adaptability in the moment hinges on sound contingency planning. Something that falls outside anticipated contingencies will require more significant rethinking and time. SP adaptation really is real-time, and therefore overall more versatile, and much speedier than the INTJ response to an unanticipated event. While it is true that the Ni internal adaptation of a mental framework can take place in an instant, translating that into external action can take much more time. Premeditation is much more characteristic of INTJs than spontaneity.
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    If I were to take a strict Jungian definition, I'd agree with Z. But MBTI is different. That's probably best for another topic, but whatever. Myers herself says not to equate her types with Jung's. She was expanding on it in her mind. To her, dominant judging was somewhat hidden, and that the first thing you'd notice was their extroverted function. She changed judging types into Perceivers. It's in the intro to Gifts Differing.

    Socionics follows Jung more closely. That's why I type myself an SLI/ISTp there. And the ISTjs - the Ti-Se types, are everything Z thinks about them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    No, because what you said was stupid.

    In fact, most of what you say is stupid.

    Of all the posters on this board, I would say the amount of dumb posts you write per post written is among the very highest.

    For two years now, I have just mostly ignored you, occasionally responding to some inane post of yours to point this out.

    And, based on your lackluster response here, I see why you have always refrained from responding.

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    Well, I am a pretty fair and objective person. When someone (either I hate or dislike) deserve praise, I’ll say it. I am not above complimenting my enemies. But I really don’t think NTJ have the leadership skills that I respect. I mean with their tunnel vision planning and all……

    But whatever, here’s the crown, Z. Please crown yourself King. You deserve it. The aura of light shines on you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    I'm not sure Ni/Fi loops have anything to do with it, but I agree with your overall observation. INTJ adaptability in the moment hinges on sound contingency planning. Something that falls outside anticipated contingencies will require more significant rethinking and time. SP adaptation really is real-time, and therefore overall more versatile, and much speedier than the INTJ response to an unanticipated event. While it is true that the Ni internal adaptation of a mental framework can take place in an instant, translating that into external action can take much more time. Premeditation is much more characteristic of INTJs than spontaneity.
    Yes, lack of sound contingency planning is where INTJ gets hung up and lets say an ENFP would pull ahead big time. The ENFPs I know are really good as "lets go back to the drawing board".
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_ View Post
    Yes, lack of sound contingency planning is where INTJ gets hung up and lets say an ENFP would pull ahead big time. The ENFPs I know are really good as "lets go back to the drawing board".
    We can pull a rabbit out of our ass on cue. In a crisis we Ps are unf---witable.

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    I bet this guy is an INTJ.
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    Sounds more like an E to me - perhaps ESTP, even. He was enjoying himself far too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_ View Post
    Also an Es ability is defined by those they surround themselves with. EPs ability is different then EJs. EJs are based on advisors knowledge/expertise. An EPs ability is based on adaptability of those around them. IJs are based on internal knowledge, and IP on internal adaptability.
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    Very well written but Zara does have a point -

    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    This is all extremely suspect.

    And I would go so far as to say that the last sentence, at least for Ni-doms (maybe not Si-doms), should actually be in reverse.

    It is Ni that is known for internal adaptability, and Ti and Si that are not.
    When it comes to IJs comparatively they are the most likely to depend on internal knowledge. And they are so sure of their internal knowledge and confident enough to make decisions on it.

    But,

    Though they appear as typical IJs when it comes to INTJs there is something off about them. This is mainly because of their decisiveness. They are the most decisive of all types hands down.

    And due to their decisiveness they are the MOST CONFIDENT of all types, again hands down.

    They are so confident of their decisions the moment (split second) they realize their thorough knowledge is out-dated/ not-applicable/ cannot-be-implemented they plan again. It takes only moments for them. And they would quickly make an extremely different decision. (A contingency plan it could be called.)

    So you see, INTJs are indeed extremely adaptable.

    But,

    Their adaptability depends on their decisiveness and NOT their general inclination or desire to be adaptable.



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