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  • Plan and Save

    5 17.24%
  • Saving is impractical

    0 0%
  • Spend elegantly and tastefully

    4 13.79%
  • Natural savers

    4 13.79%
  • Highly analytical comparison shoppers

    7 24.14%
  • The most organized approach

    1 3.45%
  • Money matters least to this type

    6 20.69%
  • Use money to care for others

    2 6.90%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vetani View Post
    Mine is the opposite. I spend money to care for myself and I spend whatever's in my eyes.

    Though, I'm very particular on what that money is spent on.
    I don't think the quiz is particularly accurate, honestly. No offense, Mal. It's just that there are so many other variables that could impact this. I think the primary one impacting me is Sx dominance. I tend to spend on a select few people, one in particular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    I don't think the quiz is particularly accurate, honestly. No offense, Mal. It's just that there are so many other variables that could impact this. I think the primary one impacting me is Sx dominance. I tend to spend on a select few people, one in particular.
    A little too one-dimensional imo. Maybe what they could have done better is to pair up the functions and types... but then I can't imagine how big of a clusterfuck that would be.
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    Se/Ni broskini.

    I'll bite.

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    No really, I got Se/Ni before I checked the key.

    Maybe Mal is actually accidentally right for once.

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    Money matters to me only because of what I can do with it. I plan and save, but have no brand/store loyalty. I research purchases and comparison shop, and overall take an organized approach. The purchases I do make tend to be elegant and tasteful.

    Good luck if you can deconvolve all that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Webslinger View Post
    Welp, at least it got my type spot on. Torn between Fi and Se, chose Fi.
    I had the Fi "money doesn't matter" kind of mindset when I was about 16. I would do things that shocked my ISTJ grandfather.

    However, I grew up and started living in the real world, and realized that I LIKE MONEY VERY MUCH. Money is an energy force that needs to be respected for what it represents and should be treated with care, and if you keep saying it doesn't matter, don't be surprised if this screws you over energetically at some point in life.

    I don't know if this means that I am indeed an Fi dom that grew up and developed Se and a much more realistic attitude toward money, or what.

    I love money. Money is great. Not for having it to show off or as an end to itself, but for what it can do.

    And honestly, if I'm perfectly honest, I realized that money mattered before the age of 10. I remember around 8 or 9 being given an option to go live with my mother in a trailer and after about an hour there, I was screaming for my (slightly) more affluent (by West Virginia standards) grandfather to come and get me.

    Of course it was mostly because I felt uncomfortable and unsafe, and I was better off. The problem wasn't so much money but that my mother was unstable as a younger person; she really had no concept of taking care of herself.

    I think she kept reliving something from her childhood, I've always felt that about her, like she carried some issue with her, and she STILL refuses to get therapy. One time her general practitioner convinced her to take an anti-depressant because it would make her stomach feel better (she was having panic attacks).

    I'm off on a tangent now, but money doesn't mean anything in and of itself, but I tend to agree with Everclear in that song where he says, "There are people who love to tell you money is the root of all that kills, but they have never been poor, they have never felt the joy of a welfare Christmas."

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    I had a hard time between:

    Si: Plan and Save: strong loyalty to brands and stores.

    and

    Ni: Spend elegantly and tastefully

    I picked Si. I plan and save but do like spending on high quality things or experiences.

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    My vote:
    Ti: Highly analytical comparison shoppers.
    I see no issue here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    What? The poll?
    What do you mean by "natural saving"?

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    If anything this might reflect enneagram instincts expressed through the core type.

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