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    Energizer Bunny Resonance's Avatar
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    I have no idea really. This question format was awful. Holding that much crap in my head long enough to organize it was a huge pain. Take this result with a grain of salt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resonance View Post
    Synth 46
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    :o

    I have no idea really. This question format was awful. Holding that much crap in my head long enough to organize it was a huge pain. Take this result with a grain of salt.
    If NTFS translates to ENTP, then I would say Pragmatist correlates well with that. The only thing remaining is to consult the book. Pragmatist strategies work well with business ownership, as I recall. (An old ENTP friend of mine eventually founded his own business.) They use contingency as a strategy and avoid all-or-nothing thinking. They are also highly anecdotal.

    Edit - Pragmatists are Piecemeal, they move One Step at a Time (incrementalism), they are diplomatic, they prefer Experiment and Innovation, and they Look for a Quick Payoff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    If NTFS translates to ENTP, then I would say Pragmatist correlates well with that. The only thing remaining is to consult the book. Pragmatist strategies work well with business ownership, as I recall. (An old ENTP friend of mine eventually founded his own business.) They use contingency as a strategy and avoid all-or-nothing thinking. They are also highly anecdotal.

    Edit - Pragmatists are Piecemeal, they move One Step at a Time (incrementalism), they are diplomatic, they prefer Experiment and Innovation, and they Look for a Quick Payoff.
    Meh, it's just a silly computer joke. I don't think that describes me any better than any of the other ones, really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resonance View Post
    Meh, it's just a silly computer joke. I don't think that describes me any better than any of the other ones, really.
    Oh yes, I forgot to mention it also describes the Pragmatist as an Energizer Bunny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    Oh yes, I forgot to mention it also describes the Pragmatist as an Energizer Bunny.
    *begins beating you with a fuzzy mallet*
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    SYNTHESIST 59
    IDEALIST 62
    PRAGMATIST 58
    ANALYST 51
    REALIST 40

    I see a lot of synthesist-idealist in me. I respect my synthesist thinking more, but I do see a lot of idealist in me. My pragmatic scores ought to be lower. Not surprised my realist scores are so low lol
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    58 Pragmatist
    56 Idealist
    54 Realist
    53 Analyst
    49 Synthesist

    I can't really see that if there wasn't a graph; I'm thinking it's rather flat?
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    64 Synthesist
    60 Pragmatist
    52 Realist
    51 Idealist
    43 Analyst <- not heh

    Synthesist/Pragmatist it seems.

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    Pragmatist: 70
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