1. Your eyes fall upon a long line of guitars in a shop window. Pick the thought process most suitable on first sight:
S: They're all different shapes, sizes and colours. All of them have they're own separate features.
N: They're all the same entity; instruments that are capable of creating sounds for playing music.
2a. (S) In which area of life are you more inclined to place some sense of order onto?
J: The exterior world. (I allow my thoughts to be more directionless and free-flowing.) P: My thoughts. (Not as much exertion on the exterior as I can fit around whatever comes up.)
2b. (N) Which attitude leads you through life the most?
T: Detached 'truth', which is separate from myself and I don't like to mix the two.
F: My own person values and morality. I remain undetached from these most of the time and they motivate me.
A mix of the two.
Originally Posted by SuchIrony
How does one organize one thoughts?
You can think of it like you have a deck of cards, and each one represents a thought. You can put them together in all sorts of ways- connect spades, then connect like numbers, then put a chain of them in numerical order, etc. I think of it like I have an infinitely large filing cabinet in my mind. But the connections are more along the lines of the deck of cards (except more complex).
What does this mean? Like you want to contribute to ways of thinking?
Ok, new T/F question:
Whose job would you rather have (if you had to choose)- Oprah, or Donald Trump?
Well, one is surely more appealing than the other. In many typology questions I feel I could be "both." As we all know, it is the preference that indicates the type. As an NT, I'd likely rather have Oprah's job.
Perhaps a good T/F question would be: is it more of a compliment to be empathetic or rational?
Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?
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