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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondo View Post
    I would say that ISXP types are very big on doing things but not necessarily talking or doing things with other people.
    I agree with that ^, I'm not very social at all, I usual find large groups of people dull and draining but I love being out and about doing things.

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    I like to be alone in a small group if that makes sense.

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    His scale was correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    ESFJ
    ESFP
    ESTJ
    ESTP
    ISFJ
    ENFJ
    ISFP
    ENTJ
    ISTJ
    ISTP
    ENFP
    INFJ
    ENTP
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    Funny, I was thinking about posting something just like this

    I mostly agree but I think the J/P scaling is off only because Pe is much more extroverted than Je. Je is extroversion seeking while Pe is pure extroversion. Read any description of Se and you'll understand.

    I would list it as follows ES on top, IS/EN intermingle,and IN on the bottom

    ESFP
    ESFJ
    ESTP
    ESTJ
    ISFP
    ENFP
    ISTP
    ENTP
    ISFJ
    ENFJ
    ISTJ
    ENTJ
    INFP
    INFJ
    INTP
    INTJ
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    The author's chart is accurate. I have to resist the impulse to swear after a long solitude session when I hear the door opening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azseroffs View Post
    Funny, I was thinking about posting something just like this

    I mostly agree but I think the J/P scaling is off only because Pe is much more extroverted than Je. Je is extroversion seeking while Pe is pure extroversion. Read any description of Se and you'll understand.

    I would list it as follows ES on top, IS/EN intermingle,and IN on the bottom

    ESFP
    ESFJ
    ESTP
    ESTJ
    ISFP
    ENFP
    ISTP
    ENTP
    ISFJ
    ENFJ
    ISTJ
    ENTJ
    INFP
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    You have a dom Se at the top of the list even before a dom Fe, you put two dom Ne types before a dom Fe and you put a secondary function Fe before an Fi/Ne dom as well as a Ni dom over the Ti dom at the bottom.

    God, I haven't even touched on the two ISPs over the ISFJ, that list is insane!

    You just totally pulled that out of your back side to get a reaction out of me didn't you?

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    I found these figures (estimated percentages in population) and just wanted to see how they add up with this theory.

    ESFJ 13%
    ESFP 13%
    ESTJ 13%
    ESTP 13%
    ISFJ 6%
    ENFJ 5%
    ISFP 5%
    ENTJ 5%
    ISTJ 6%
    ISTP 7%
    ENFP 5%
    INFJ 1%
    ENTP 5%
    INFP 1%
    INTJ 1%
    INTP 1%

    I don't know about you but I feel the Big Four (ES) rules in many professional areas. They got the numbers and very often the power.

    As an ENTP (very near to an INTP) having ES bosses I've started to plan my own business since I don't think I fit in. I lack respect towards the bosses, don't share the company goals and it effects my motivation which is pretty low. Could it be that it's harder for us scarcer types (Ns?) to "buy what the majority is selling"?

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    maybe...i've always wanted to have my own business of some kind. i really don't want to do things by other peoples rules.
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    Just because I'm an INFP doesn't mean I'm emo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post

    I'm WAY more extraverted than my mom though, who is ESFJ. She's more of a people-person than I am but in the sense of pure extraversion I'm a hundred times 'worse' than her. She can be all people-person-y but then she always needs to go home to her own space where things are her own way etc, and when she does her tasks she prefers to do them alone. If someone comes up and starts to chat with her while she's doing the laundry she'll be happy to chat and pleased to see them, but she wants to bustle them off all the same cos she can't get on with things while people are around. Maybe that's related to my pure extraversion, in that as long as they're around she can't focus on the task at hand, but I think it's more just that she actually does like doing these tasks, and doing them alone. She's said before that it's when she "clears her head out". She does get tired too, after say a dinner party or whatever, whereas I never do. After a party I feel like I'm ready to conquer the world.
    Most EJ's I've known have liked being around people but generally don't tend to invite them back home very often - they go to work, go to school, college, church, bars - whatever - and get their people fix but seem to treat their home as a sort of private space.
    I think very similar to your mum (but i don't enjoy the housework, i just do it) and the bolded part .. I have been in my current home for a year now and i have not invited anyone here other than family.

    But i really enjoy being around people (as long as they are not energy vampires), only today i was talking to some complete stranger about her 22 grandchildren. Why it happens i am not sure, but people seem to zone in on me. Not complaining for the most part.
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