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    Your personality type: Officer (RDE-P)

    - Nature -
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    - Exterior -
    Observant
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    - Reflection -
    Introverted
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    - Identity/Sensitivity -
    Perfecting



    Officers put a great amount of energy into reaching any goal placed before them. They work hard and focus on details, protocol and order. While not averse to innovation or change when they have enough evidence that it’s necessary, people with this personality type prefer sticking with what they know and what others have proved. They like a sense of certainty when moving forward, and they see previous successes as an indicator of future successes. Why take the risk of changing something if the old way works just fine?

    Ambitious and motivated by success and a need for order, Officers have a sense of urgency around much of what they do – sometimes it’s subtle and sometimes not. These personalities have to take care not to let impatience drive them, as that can come across as hostile or aggressive. But needless to say they get the job done, and it’s usually done well.

    Officers are sticklers for details and “best practices”. They rely heavily on rationality and may not always be in touch with their emotions. These personalities favor objective information and an objective stance, sometimes at the expense of other people’s feelings. It’s not so much contempt for other’s emotions as it is a deep regard for facts and achievement though. Those Officers who lean most heavily on rationality and evidence may benefit from learning and practicing people skills, even if only in a rote fashion.

    Officers often find themselves in management or leadership positions. They are goal-oriented and others can count on them to do their best to meet any objectives placed before them. Their attention to detail makes Officers thorough leaders, though ones who might at times micromanage. They go “by the book”, and aren’t necessarily visionaries when they lead. However, their leadership is efficient and unambiguous. When Officers lead, they instill solid confidence, especially in those who are like-minded.

    The sense of urgency people with this personality type display at work usually follows them to their homes. They may have a hard time relaxing in family or social gatherings. While they do a wonderful job taking care of their families in all practical ways, they may come across as emotionally distant or blunted.

    While not all Officers are social, political or religious conservatives, there is a high correlation between their personality traits and conservative beliefs. Chances are good that Officers will find themselves highly involved in their communities and families. Like at work, traditional values and methods serve as a foundation at home. These personalities run a tight ship there as well.

    Officers can become tangled up in status-seeking though. They may begin to see professional and social status as a way to keep score and if they’re not careful, it can become an end in itself. When status becomes the goal, rather than actual accomplishments, it can be tempting to cut corners to climb the ladder more quickly. Officers need to be careful to remember what’s important. When their ambition doesn’t overshadow reason though, they know better than anyone else that nothing replaces hard work.
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    Wow, how did I come out extraverted? Still, it is an interesting set of questions. I couldn't attempt an answer to the question about taking emotions into account when making decisions...too vague. Looks like I'm still an idealist though...97% visionary.

    YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE:
    CAPTAIN (VDE-P)

    - NATURE -
    VisionaryRealistic
    94% visionary
    - EXTERIOR -
    ObservantDiligent
    27% diligent
    - REFLECTION -
    IntrovertedExtraverted
    14% extraverted
    - IDENTITY/SENSITIVITY -
    MotivatingSupportingChallengingPerfecting <---- Perfecting

    Captains embody cautious, clear-minded leadership. Success-driven and with an appreciation for both grand visions and the details necessary to achieve them, Captains set goals, professional, social, personal, or otherwise, with efficient enthusiasm. Captains are able to recognize that they can’t achieve these goals alone though, and their determination and strong will helps them to draw people in, enabling them to achieve just about anything they set their minds to.

    What fuels Captains’ success is the amount of attention they put into the details of their plans, avoiding those unpleasant surprises that otherwise crop up. Captains do stress themselves out, especially under pressure, and worry about their performance and potential mistakes. They push themselves hard to meet high standards. But this attitude is self-correcting – the more Captains push themselves and those around them to get things right the first time, the less likely they are to make the mistakes they fear.

    This leads to some internal instability for Captains. While firmly believing in their own capacities and intelligence, Captains are all too aware of the fact that they don’t know everything. They vacillate between calm confidence and crippling self-doubt. While Captains’ emotional peaks and troughs can be significant, they average out to be people who are capable but humble, high-achieving but risk-averse, and who are usually right, but only because they put so much effort into ensuring that they really are.

    This is just the internal process though. On the outside, Captains remain calm, rational, and composed, with a dash of charisma to complete the image. An understanding shoulder to cry on they are not, though. Handling their own emotions is hard enough – Captains consider others’ displays of feelings and emotional arguments unwelcome distractions or even a sign of weakness. Captains aren’t intentionally insensitive, but they believe their internal struggles are their own, and believe the same for others.

    For all this, Captains are quite social. They enjoy bringing together friends and colleagues for projects and outings. Their knack for organizing people and ideas and keeping things focused from start to finish means their plans, professional and personal, usually go off without a hitch. Quick-witted and with an admittedly sharp humor, Captains can move from circle to circle and keep things interesting all evening.

    Whatever their goals, Captains figure out what’s needed, how to get it, and how to use it to achieve their objectives. They keep their eyes on the prize, and understand how fine details fit into the big picture. Captains pull people together to see to those details, and hold everyone, especially themselves, to high standards. With their sharp, rational minds, Captains also recognize that, however painful their self-doubt can seem, it’s not truly a weakness – it’s exactly what’s needed to get things done right.
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    My personality type is the Strategist (VDI-C). Also known as "The Space Owl with a Staff".


    Not to be confused with "The Strategerist".
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    YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE: MEDIATOR (VOI-M)



    J. Scott Crothers
    aka "Bush Did 9/11"
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    Author, the Holy scripture Elevenetics

    "Just as jet fuel cannot melt steel beams, so too cannot the unshakeable pillars of Truthtology ever be shaken, whether by man, nature, or evidence."
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    I kind of wish there weren't so many. But I wonder if the subtle variations could take into account the differences in enneagrams of the same type. Take INFJ, for example. An INFJ 4 will come off differently than an INFJ 9 or an INFJ 2, etc. I mean does it seem reasonable that some INFJs may be more Ni strong than others or more Fe proficient or Ti confident or Se attuned? I mean it's just a hunch but still, I wonder. It gets kind of fuzzy when you switch systems, yet every system has "similar" categories. Some just seem to have them broken down more than others.

    So, I'm an Advocate...how does that differ from a Reformer or a Peacemaker? Are they all just different names for varying degrees for the same type?
    A student said to his master: "You teach me fighting, but you talk about peace. How do you reconcile the two?" The master replied: "It is better to be a warrior in a garden than to be a gardener in a war." - unknown/Chinese

    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...=61024&page=14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ene View Post
    I kind of wish there weren't so many. But I wonder if the subtle variations could take into account the differences in enneagrams of the same type. Take INFJ, for example. An INFJ 4 will come off differently than an INFJ 9 or an INFJ 2, etc. I mean does it seem reasonable that some INFJs may be more Ni strong than others or more Fe proficient or Ti confident or Se attuned? I mean it's just a hunch but still, I wonder. It gets kind of fuzzy when you switch systems, yet every system has "similar" categories. Some just seem to have them broken down more than others.

    So, I'm an Advocate...how does that differ from a Reformer or a Peacemaker? Are they all just different names for varying degrees for the same type?
    Yeah, I was wondering the same thing, I didn't have time to check all the differences, anyway Advocate and Reformer belongs to the Creators group, that are INxJs Peacemakers belong to the Seekers, the INxPs.
    So I guess Advocates are INFJs and INTJs with two further F and T variations. I didn't read the descriptions yet.

    Personality traits: a summary by Yar'Chun
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    Extraverted - Weak
    Intuitive - Creative 4th dimension spacelord
    Sensing - Dumb
    Feeling - Such confused wow
    Thinking - Smart
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    Perceiving - Oooh butterflies


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    I noticed all the I types have earphones, and the N types have wings to fly. I had a really similar idea with a friend of mine to draw MBTI characters in a quicker way. I guess it wasn't really original :P

    Well. ENxx types aren't flying animals, but apparently they still can into space v.v

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    Introverted - Independent bitch
    Extraverted - Weak
    Intuitive - Creative 4th dimension spacelord
    Sensing - Dumb
    Feeling - Such confused wow
    Thinking - Smart
    Judjing - Nel mio intimo c'è Chilly
    Perceiving - Oooh butterflies


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yaru View Post
    Yeah, I was wondering the same thing, I didn't have time to check all the differences, anyway Advocate and Reformer belongs to the Creators group, that are INxJs Peacemakers belong to the Seekers, the INxPs.
    So I guess Advocates are INFJs and INTJs with two further F and T variations. I didn't read the descriptions yet.
    I think I see a pattern.

    Creators~Reformers and Advocates are your INFJs while Strategists and Researchers are your INTJs
    Seekers----Mediators and Peace Makers = INFPs while Engineers and Scientists = INTPs and so on and so forth. Each one of these groups has two categories for each of the MBTI types.
    A student said to his master: "You teach me fighting, but you talk about peace. How do you reconcile the two?" The master replied: "It is better to be a warrior in a garden than to be a gardener in a war." - unknown/Chinese

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    Hypothesis:

    Advocate: + Ej ----- (M,S = , C,P = )

    Directors: Ej + ----- (M,S = , C,P = )

    Seekers: Ij + ----- (M,S = , C,P = )

    Catalysts: + Ij ----- (M,S = , C,P = )

    Protectors: + Ej ----- (M,S = , C,P = )

    Organizers: Ej + ----- (M,S = , C,P = )

    Explorers: Ij + ----- (M,S = , C,P = )

    Communicators: + Ij ----- (M,S = , C,P = )

    M ~ Contact Subtype (IEI-, ESE-)
    S ~ Inert Subtype (IEI-, ESE-)
    C ~ Contact Subtype (ILI-, LSE-)
    P ~ Inert Subtype (ILI-, LSE-)
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    Your personality type: Innovator (VOE-P)
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    Motivating
    Supporting
    Challenging
    Perfecting

    Innovators are often called devil’s advocates. Thanks to their insatiable curiosity and highly developed intuition, people with this personality type are irreplaceable in situations where there is a need for an agile mind and excellent debate skills. Innovators don’t necessarily have to agree with an idea to be able to defend it, and they happily criticize ideas they agree with – it’s all just intellectual exercise. Not surprisingly, and as their name implies, these personalities are also highly innovative, always looking for new possibilities and intellectual challenges. If you want to come up with a better system or a solution, find an Innovator.

    If something excites them, Innovators can be especially hard-working and dedicated. While these personalities take pride in being able to improvise and adapt to changing circumstances, they are also quite perfectionistic. If Innovators are not completely happy with their solution, they will likely turn their criticism on themselves for not being smart enough or for giving up too easily. Innovators are not perfectionists in the sense that they obsess over tiny details, but they do push themselves quite hard when it comes to designing efficient solutions.

    Innovators are very good at noticing patterns and tendencies, and at using that information to solve whatever problem they are facing. They may not be self-confident in every situation, knowing that there is always room for growth, but they certainly know how to utilize whatever resources and options they have. This ingenuity makes Innovators highly talented troubleshooters, able to solve even the most challenging problems, and to fascinate those around them.

    On the other hand, this skill with observation doesn’t always extend to emotional matters. Innovators are often puzzled by emotions, either their own or someone else’s – they usually respond to such matters by attempting to find a logical solution, which rarely exists. Consequently, people with this personality type may sometimes come across as insensitive, shy or focused solely on intellectual development. To compound the problem, Innovators often lose their own tempers. Even though they do their best to avoid showing their feelings, these personalities tend to get quite agitated under stress.

    That aside, Innovators are usually very fun to be around, both personally and professionally. Their curiosity, social skills and love of freedom give them a peculiar charm, reinforced by their ingenuity and often daring disregard for existing rules and procedures. Unless the Innovator really miscalculates their approach, even the most steadfast defenders of order and stability come to secretly admire their boldness and creative talent.







    Test is bullshit, I could practically feel each question pointing to a Keirseyan factor.

    Like the questions where it asks whether you're "cold and logical and calculating and diligent and perfectionist" vs. "warm & fluffy and kindhearted." I'm neither, I'll snap a wet towel up people's asscracks.
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