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    Courage is immortality Valiant's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    I enjoy my moments with ENTJ more than I enjoy my time with any other type, but I guess it's because it's always about accomplishing something. They usually have the perfect deal, one that I've been looking for, and I'm the missing ingredient, one that they've been looking for. I just absolutely love doing business with them.

    I like the time spent with them socially, too, but I don't seek their company. They're a bit image conscious in their rest & relaxation in a way I am not.
    Exactly. I like ENTP's a lot because you always have something of value to say or do.

    1. ENTP - when thinking about, planning and doing complex things.
    2. ENFJ & ENFP - When having fun
    3. INTP/ISTP & INFP - Deep conversations
    4. INFJ - Talking about weird stuff just for the fun of it
    5. ESFP - When you need somebody to smack in the head

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    So far, I've noticed a trend:

    Three ENTPs posted their preferences, and they were the only ones not to include their type in their five favorites...

    Lack of narcissism, or realism?
    Check again.

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    Gotta catch you all! Blackmail!'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Check again.
    I've noticed you didn't do that too, but unfortunately, this trend doesn't work with every other "INTJ"s here...
    "A man who only drinks water has a secret to hide from his fellow-men" -Baudelaire

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    Quote Originally Posted by Night View Post
    Check again.
    "Hell is other INTJs", knight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    "Hell is other INTJs", knight?
    It's so true.
    -Carefully taking sips from the Fire Hose of Knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    "Hell is other INTJs", knight?
    Ha...Economica I certainly am not.

    No. I dislike the 'circle jerk' mentality that perpetuates the INTJ mythos - especially when said mythos wrongfully elevates the INTJ into a position of superiority.

    The lowest of our ranks elevate us.

    Ignore them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    So far, I've noticed a trend:

    Three ENTPs posted their preferences, and they were the only ones not to include their type in their five favorites...

    Lack of narcissism, or realism?
    The lack of narcissim is even more apparent when they pat themselves on the back for it.

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    1. INFJ/INFP
    2. INTJ/INTP
    3. Everyone else

    The above represents my own subjective judgement and is therefore subject to change without any previous notice whatsoever.
    Last edited by JILebedev; 05-06-2008 at 01:23 PM.
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    ENFP/INFP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    The Type Differentiation Indicator is an updated version of MBTI that adds the "Comfort/Discomfort" scale (And divided into subscales like the Step II) that roughly corresponds to Neuroticism.

    Looking at the Interaction Styles, I would think "directiveness" (NJ/ST) would tend to be more higher in Discomfort. (Directing/Informin seems to correspond more to Agreebleness, though) Structure-orientation (SJ/NT) seems to be high Discomfort as well. And to a certain extent, introversion. All of those will deal with the quirks you mentioned.
    You'd be surprised. Though Judging habits would seem to correlate over with the typically neurotic Type A personality, "Big Five"-MBTI correlation studies have found little connection between Neuroticism and its associated traits. There is however a .11 association of Perceiving personalities in favor of Neuroticism though the association is very slight. The closer the number is to 1 the higher the correlation and since the said correlation is only .11 any connection between the two dichotomies is negligible. However, the updated system you presented is incredibly interesting. I had no idea that such changes had taken place in MBTI within the last few years and they seem to fix a lot of its old problems. Thanks for the heads up.

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