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  • Adventurous

    9 5.96%
  • Agressive

    5 3.31%
  • Artistic

    10 6.62%
  • Conscientious

    20 13.25%
  • Devoted

    8 5.30%
  • Dramatic

    15 9.93%
  • Idiosyncratic

    49 32.45%
  • Inventive

    13 8.61%
  • Leisurely

    33 21.85%
  • Mercurial

    19 12.58%
  • Self-Confident

    10 6.62%
  • Self-Sacrificing

    10 6.62%
  • Sensitive

    27 17.88%
  • Serious

    12 7.95%
  • Solitary

    34 22.52%
  • Vigilant

    37 24.50%
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  1. #161

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    I know I am leisurely. Just posting it because it amuses me the type is istp and the function introverted feeling.

    Leisurely
    Code: LEI
    Disorder: Passive-Aggressive
    Enneagram: 6, 9w8
    Variant: Self-Preservational
    Myers-Briggs: ISTP, INTP
    Function: Introverted Feeling

    Description: Free to be me -- no one can take away this right from a person who has a Leisurely personality style. These men and women play by the rules and fulfill their responsibilities and obligations. But once they've put in their time, they will let no person, institution, or culture deprive hem of their personal pursuit of happiness, for to the Leisurely person this is what life is all about. Some Leisurely individuals find their happiness through creative pursuits, some by relaxing with a good book. What's important to them is not how they choose to enjoy themselves but that they are guaranteed this opportunity. If threatened, these normally easy-going individuals will vigorously defend their fundamental right to do their "own thing".
    Inalienable rights. Leisurely men and women believe in their right to enjoy themselves on their own terms in their own time. They value and protect their comfort, their free time, and their individual pursuit of happiness.
    Enough is enough. They agree to play by the rules. They deliver what is expected of them and no more. They expect others to recognize and respect that limit.
    The right to resist. Leisurely individuals cannot be exploited. They can comfortably resist acceding to demands that they deem unreasonable or above and beyond the call of duty.
    Mañana. Leisurely men and women are relaxed about time. Unlike Type-A individuals, they are not obsessed by time urgency or the demands of the clock. To these individuals, haste makes waste and unnecessary anxiety. They are easygoing and optimistic that whatever needs to get done will get done, eventually.
    I'm okay. They are not overawed by authority. They accept themselves and their approach to life.
    Wheel of fortune. Leisurely people believe that they are just as good as everyone else and as entitled to the best things in life. They maintain that blind luck often accounts for who fares well and who fares poorly.
    Mixed feelings. Although they feel impelled to proceed in their own direction, when their choices put them in conflict with the people they care for, Leisurely people are often of two minds about how to proceed. They do not like to risk important relationships, yet they need to feel free.

  2. #162
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    Leisurely
    (Self)
    Free to be me, happiness is what their life is all about, can find pleasure from almost any source.

    Vigilant 57%
    Solitary 21%
    Idiosyncratic 44%
    Adventurous 50%
    Mercurial 44%
    Dramatic 63%
    Self - Confident 56%
    Sensitive 36%
    Devoted 39%
    Concientous 17%
    Leisurely 78%
    Aggressive 38%
    Self - Sacrificing 56%

    Leisurely

    Inalienable rights: Leisurely men and women believe in the right to enjoy themselves on their own terms in their own time. They value and protect their comfort,their free time, and their individual pursuit of happiness.
    Enough is enough: They agree to play by the rules. They deliver what is expected of them and no more. They expect others to recognize and respect that limit.
    The right to resist: Leisurely individuals cannot be exploited. They can comfortable resist acceding to demands that they deem unreasonable or above and beyond the call of duty.
    Manana: Leisurely men and women are relaxed about time. Unlike Type-A individuals, they are not obsessed by time urgency or the demands of the clock. To these individuals, haste makes waste and unnecessary anxiety. They are easygoing and optimistic that whatever needs to get done will get done, eventually.
    I'm okay: They are not overawed by authority. They accept themselves and their approach to life. They are content with their place in the universe.

    I guess this is sort of true... it really needs to include the missing 3 types though

    @wolfy, where did you find that description for Leisurely?

  3. #163
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    This lights up the "independent" part, (I hate that word solitary- independent is my preferred word....) Seems kind of one dimensional, though. The bolded is true.

    Solitary
    (Self, Emotions)


    Need no one but themselves. Liberated from the drive to impress and please. Remarkably free of the emotions & involvements that distract others.



    Solitude: Individuals with the solitary personality style have small need of companionship and are most comfortable alone.

    Independence: They are self-contained and do not require interaction with others in order to enjoy their experiences and get on in life.
    Sangfroid: Solitary men and women are even-tempered, calm, dispassionate, unsentimental, and unflappable.
    Sexual composure: They are not driven by sexual needs. They enjoy sex, but will not suffer in its absence.
    Feet on the ground: They are unswayed by either praise or criticism and can confidently come to terms with their own behavior.

    Vigilant 50%
    Solitary 64%
    Idiosyncratic 50%
    Adventurous 50%
    Mercurial 31%
    Dramatic 38%
    Self - Confident 44%
    Sensitive 36%
    Devoted 33%
    Concientous 17%
    Leisurely 56%
    Aggressive 25%
    Self - Sacrificing 44%
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  4. #164

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    where did you find that description for Leisurely?
    Here, the old lifeexplore site.

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    I took it again and got idiosyncratic again. The description resembles an "indigo child".

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    Adventurous
    (Self, Self-Control)

    Throw caution to the winds, venture where most mortals fear to tread, not bound by typical worries and terrors, risk is the reward.

    For the full profile of your type click here.
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    Type Percent
    Vigilant 36%
    Solitary 29%
    Idiosyncratic 50%
    Adventurous 55%
    Mercurial 25%
    Dramatic 44%
    Self - Confident 44%
    Sensitive 43%
    Devoted 28%
    Concientous 44%
    Leisurely 50%
    Aggressive 44%
    Self - Sacrificing 19%

    I'm not very much of anything.

    Reading about this, it doesn't seem to fit too well.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

    Always reserve the right to become smarter at a future point in time, for only a fool limits themselves to all they knew in the past. -Alex

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    Vigilant
    followed by Solitary, and Devoted

    I sound like a German Shepherd.

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    Vigilant 29%
    Solitary 64%
    Idiosyncratic 22%
    Adventurous 32%
    Mercurial 19%
    Dramatic 38%
    Self-Confident 39%
    Sensitive 43%
    Devoted 33%
    Concientous 39%
    Leisurely 72%
    Aggressive 19%
    Self-Sacrificing 13%

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    Vigilant

    Vigilant 86%
    Solitary 36%
    Idiosyncratic 11%
    Adventurous 55%
    Mercurial 38%
    Dramatic 44%
    Self - Confident 33%
    Sensitive 21%
    Devoted 28%
    Concientous 11%
    Leisurely 83%
    Aggressive 44%
    Self - Sacrificing 63%

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    Quote Originally Posted by cn1234567890 View Post
    yeah, i don't know how i feel about this one...i would be cautious of official name sounding tests that spell 'patience' 'patients'
    I bumped this thread to show someone criticizing an online test for a few typoes and misspellings. But I can assure you the book version of the same test has none of those issues. This is just "judging a book by its cover."

    My score on this occasion was

    Type Percent
    Vigilant 57%
    Solitary 43%
    Idiosyncratic 39%
    Adventurous 23%
    Mercurial 13%
    Dramatic 19%
    Self-Confident 22%
    Sensitive 43%
    Devoted 28%
    Conscientious 50%
    Leisurely 72%
    Aggressive 38%
    Self - Sacrificing 63%

    Leisurely 72%, Self-sacrificing 63%, Vigilant 57%.
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