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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I never would've thought that ESTJs are charismatic, but I think this guy is an ESTJ, and, when you think about it, if they get going in a TeNe loop (as this guy does, imo), that could produce some pretty classic results.

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    Wow…. If I watch that and blur my vision….

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    ENFJ has my vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I'm not friends with an confirmed ENFJs,


    And all this time I thought we were friends... silly me.

    if I were to meet a charismatic ENFJ or two, I'd probably be willing to throw them up there too.
    Did our bro-hug mean nothing to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    What type would you say is the least charistmatic?
    ISTP, because their (possibly our) socially awkward behavior that really annoys extraverts and judgers, as well as lower communication than any other type and difficult connection rate, being the 2nd biggest loner who cares nothing for social rituals next to INTP.

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    ENFJ & ENFP for most charismatic. Although, I've met some really charismatics ESTPs too.
    I have an inner monologue that sounds strikingly similar to something off Animal Planet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juice View Post


    And all this time I thought we were friends... silly me.

    Did our bro-hug mean nothing to you?


    I take it back.

    What was I thinking!?

    ENFJs up top.

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    ESxPs and ENFPs and ExFJs.

    So basically all ExFx have the potential for it, and ESTPs are the most charismatic T.

    ESFPs have more stage presence or whatever, ESFJs more interpersonal charisma, and ENFx have been known to actually lead cults.

    So different types have different sorts of charisma. Id say most political pundits are some kind of ExFx and many politicians seem to be ENFJ or ESxP.

    Some say Hitler was INFJ though, as was Jesus, and they're two of the most familiar names in Western history.

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    Charisma is hard to pin to a type. It's more about something else. About something undefineable. It's not solely an extrovert thing. Most charismatic people I know I'd type as an ENTP, two ENFPs, one ESTJ, one ISFP an ESTP and an ISTP, who actually never says anything but has a dark broodiness that's pretty spectacular.

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    Charisma have nothing to do with type.

    Everyone has qualities which attract certain people, and repulse other people.
    Like the force of attraction and repulsion.

    If you magnify these qualities, it becomes charisma.

    What might attract one person might seem repulsive to another, hence charisma is highly subjective.

    It like some people always look at your facebook page, while some people don't.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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