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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    Lol so many of these are in all caps.
    It's very fitting for some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    Perhaps this is obvious to many (it seems like it's obvious to @Marmotini at least), but this is specifically aimed at looking at how you naturally trigger fascination in others. This is something that has become extremely important to me due to recent events(some of you know why). So it seems quite independent of MBTI and enneagram, which are are extremely focused on internal processes. There are many, many systems for analyzing people, and they don't all map onto each other (no matter how much Ti might want to unify things).

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nG0WiP5ux1Q
    This was a good talk, I enjoyed it.

    I was thinking about it and beforehand, wondering if my fascination type (The Watchdog, Power > Alarm) is just what I see myself as, but not actually what I do. However, when she went to explain that everyone does use all seven, of them, and it's what we are most convincing and effective at getting people to listen and grab their attention, this is definitely when I do it best, so it solidifies it pretty clearly for me. That makes sense.

    What I would like to see too with this, is when these fascination types are ineffective. Reason being is when individuals use mystique (which incidentally is my dormant) I am turned off and repelled. It doesn't fascinate me, most of the time it annoys me. I have a similar response to rebellion in some folks.
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    YOU ARE THE CATALYST. YOUR ENTHUSIASM AND CREATIVITY BRING PEOPLE AND IDEAS TOGETHER FOR THE PURPOSE OF INNOVATION.

    Buoyant and social, you embrace new situations and relationships with zeal.
    No matter what your job title, you have an entrepreneurial spirit. You feel crushed by the constraints of a traditional, bureaucratic work environment.
    Your energy and experimental approach generate a great deal of curiosity.
    You resist the pull of inertia, instead changing direction or challenging the status quo when possible.

    6% of the people who took the Fascination Advantage test use the same primary and secondary trigger combination as you. {PASSION + REBELLION}

    My dormant trigger was Prestige.
    Ewww is the new sexy


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    I came out as the Architect; Prestige, Mystique, and Passion as a dormant trigger. Most of it was quite good, but the detail oriented part was off the mark
    “Brighter, now brighter, pay no mind to those who squint, burn with all your heat.”

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    I liked this, thanks. Accurate for me, I think.








    YOU ARE THE SECRET WEAPON.
    YOU SYSTEMATICALLY PRODUCE CLEVER SOLUTIONS TO COMPLEX PROBLEMS, BUT ARE SLOW TO SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE.
    You prefer working independently.
    You are innovative and solve problems unconventionally.
    You remain calm in times of pressure, yet always pursue solutions.
    You embrace new challenges that serve your goals.
    You keep your emotions and feelings restrained but have a complex and rapid internal dialogue.

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    There appear to be dichotomies here....such as mystique vs passionate or trust vs rebellion. That's odd for me since passionate was a close 3rd to mystique & rebellion for me (which were technically tied). With trust being my weak point, if we were to use the MBTI/Jungian model for the ego, then I'd more properly be
    rebellion - dom
    mystique - aux
    passion - tert
    trust - inferior

    However, I do think the test is accurate in giving me mystique first.

    Does anyone see this pattern in their results?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    There appear to be dichotomies here....such as mystique vs passionate or trust vs rebellion. That's odd for me since passionate was a close 3rd to mystique & rebellion for me (which were technically tied). With trust being my weak point, if we were to use the MBTI/Jungian model for the ego, then I'd more properly be
    rebellion - dom
    mystique - aux
    passion - tert
    trust - inferior

    However, I do think the test is accurate in giving me mystique first.

    Does anyone see this pattern in their results?
    Where does it show it was a close third?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    EDIT:

    There appear to be dichotomies here....such as mystique vs passionate or trust vs rebellion. That's odd for me since passionate was a close 3rd to mystique & rebellion for me (which were technically tied). With trust being my weak point, if we were to use the MBTI/Jungian model for the ego, then I'd more properly be
    rebellion - dom
    mystique - aux
    passion - tert
    trust - inferior

    However, I do think the test is accurate in giving me mystique first.

    Does anyone see this pattern in their results?
    Yup. I found it very interesting to score Passion and Mystique as my 'dom' and 'aux', as they do appear to be dichotomies, but...you know, it does explain the I/E issue I've always had. I scored just as much on Rebellion as I did on Mystique though and like yourself I have Trust as my dormant. So:

    Passion (20%)- dom
    Mystique (17%)- aux or tert
    Rebellion (17%) - aux or tert
    Trust (9%) - inferior

    What about the other triggers? I scored Prestige (13%) as my 4th trigger, then followed by Power (11%) = Alarm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calb View Post
    Where does it show it was a close third?
    There's a pie chart with percentages under the analytics tab of your report.

    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Yup. I found it very interesting to score Passion and Mystique as my 'dom' and 'aux', as they do appear to be dichotomies, but...you know, it does explain the I/E issue I've always had. I scored just as much on Rebellion as I did on Mystique though and like yourself I have Trust as my dormant. So:

    Passion- dom
    Mystique- aux or tert
    Rebellion - aux or tert
    Trust - inferior

    What about the other triggers? I scored Prestige as my 4th trigger, then followed by Power = Alarm.
    I got
    mystique - 20%
    rebellion - 20%
    passion - 18%
    prestige - 13%
    power - 11%
    alarm - 11%
    trust - 7%

    So quite similar.

    I haven't noted the egram types of everyone, but I imagine many 4s & 5s scored as The Secret Weapon, and there is an overrepresentation of us on this site... Even if not that type, being high on both passion & mystique is pretty 4ish.

    Anyhow, I always see overlaps in these theories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    There's a pie chart with percentages under the analytics tab of your report.
    Ah thanks.

    • Mystique 18%
    • Rebellion 18%
    • Prestige 15%
    • Passion 14%
    • Alarm 14%
    • Power 12%
    • Trust 10%


    edit: Funny how you add up those percentages and you get 101%. So somewhere it is a bit off, or not as accurately represented.
    Where as @OrangeAppled's percentages adds up to 89%

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