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    If you are an ENTP you are probably the Charmer first and foremost.

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    more feedback please

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    I got the designer

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    I scored the Charmer. From the extremely concise definitions, I say more like the Shadow.
    The Charmer: 23
    The Professional: 8
    The Designer: 18

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    I got the designer but it seems from your test all introverts are likely to be so. Not much to go on really. Big surprise that the suitable careers involve some kind of technical profession, but in actual fact those aren't great careers for me. I've been there and ultimately I found it unsatsifying.

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    Someone on another forum assumed that from the test all introverts were inherently the Designer type and I pointed out to him that the Professional could also be an introvert. But it's not the defining trait of the Professional. It's the defining trait of the Designer.

    Designers: INTJ, INTP, INFP, INFJ
    Professionals: ISFJ, ESFJ, ISFP
    Charmers: ENTP, ENTJ, ESTP, ENFP, ESFP

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    The Designer = 30
    The Professional = 25
    The Charmer = 22

    edit: copy pasted and didn't check.
    Last edited by chubber; 01-09-2014 at 03:45 AM.

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    20 designer
    13 professional
    3 charmer
    I've been called a criminal, a terrorist, and a threat to the known universe. But everything you were told is a lie. The truth is, they've taken our freedom, our home, and our future. The time has come for all humanity to take a stand...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimani View Post
    Someone on another forum assumed that from the test all introverts were inherently the Designer type and I pointed out to him that the Professional could also be an introvert. But it's not the defining trait of the Professional. It's the defining trait of the Designer.

    Designers: INTJ, INTP, INFP, INFJ
    Professionals: ISFJ, ESFJ, ISFP
    Charmers: ENTP, ENTJ, ESTP, ENFP, ESFP
    What about the Enneagram?
    Methinks:
    Designers: 1,5,9
    Professionals: 2,6,4
    Charmers: 3,7,8

    I also think that 9 and 4 might be able to switch places, not too sure though.

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    17 Designer
    25 Professional
    28 Charmer

    Glancing at the descriptions, this sounds about right.

    Some stuff to think about, with any typology. I don't know the answers to these or whether they apply to your test, but
    • All of those lil' subfactors for each of the types (that is, each question 2A through 2H) should be as tightly correlated as possible. I had some variability in my subfactors, but not enough to complain about. I scored myself anywhere from 0-3 on the Designer questions, but I had a near-equal number of 1s and 5s on the other two. It might be worth asking for some data on question-by-question responses from a 'pilot group' or something.
    • Also ideally, the traits would be independent. People who score high on Designer shouldn't necessarily score high on Designer. Might be worth checking to see if there's a pattern by looking at the responses. From a quick scan of people here, there doesn't seem to be a pattern.. which is a good thing.
    • Also also ideally, the traits would be comprehensive. There wouldn't be some aspect of personality, at least relevant to your intended application, that they'd outright miss.


    Keep it comin'.

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