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    Default How is it like to be P ?

    There were some threads about other letters but I think this was never done for the P.


    I am trying to understand why they like spontaneous behaviour and dislike or don't want too much organisation around them.

    This should be enough to get us started.

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    For me it means being able to take advantage of a situation as soon as it happens. I don't ever feel like I have to stick to a plan. Now I'm often making plans in my head, and then constantly modifying them and remaking them. At any time I can dump my plan and make a new one. When I have a goal I stay open to the most amount of different avenues to achieve that goal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    For me it means being able to take advantage of a situation as soon as it happens. I don't ever feel like I have to stick to a plan. Now I'm often making plans in my head, and then constantly modifying them and remaking them. At any time I can dump my plan and make a new one. When I have a goal I stay open to the most amount of different avenues to achieve that goal.

    To tell you the truth I think this is mostly because you are NT not P.

    I say this because all NTs have some kind of a vision so some kind of a general plan exists. After all it is quite ilogical not to have any kind of a plan.

    For example your posts sounds like that you have much common with me and jet I get 100% J in many occasions.

    I always have a plan or more of them but my plans are always flexibile and there is always room for improvment.


    It would be really good that more non NTPs join the thread.



    I am trying to understand the logic of Ps and what do they want to achieve with it. (I know that my aproach is totally J )

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    For me it means being able to take advantage of a situation as soon as it happens. I don't ever feel like I have to stick to a plan. Now I'm often making plans in my head, and then constantly modifying them and remaking them. At any time I can dump my plan and make a new one. When I have a goal I stay open to the most amount of different avenues to achieve that goal.
    I do that a lot too, making plans and then constantly changing them. For some reason I dislike other people trying to change my plans, but I'll change them as much as I like lol.

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    Ps are anti-schedule because schedules interrupt whatever we were doing or thinking about doing. If this is really obvious, I'm sorry.

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    Yes it is obvious and it is obvious because that is the most basic definition of P.


    What I want to know is why.


    Plus why Ps tend to like disarray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Yes it is obvious and it is obvious because that is the most basic definition of P.
    Still, it is the answer. I sat here trying to think of a better one, but that's the answer.

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