Extravert-I prefer focusing on the outer environment by observing it and interacting with people and things because lack of outer stimulation bores me
Introvert- I prefer being absorbed into my inner world of thoughts and ideas alone because outer stimuli drains me.
I could actually go either way with this. I'm a strong introvert in MBTI but I'm not really drained that much by outer stimuli. I just find my inner world more interesting. At the same time, I can get bored if I don't have enough outer stimulation. Basically, outer stimulation is the impetus that gets my inner world of thoughts going. So I guess this makes me an introvert?
WAY OF THINKING
Creator-I prefer to invent my own way of doing things, even if it goes against the rules and norms of society
Practitioner- I prefer to be shown the right way to do things and put it into practice, due to the fact that experimenting with my own ways might not work.
Again, I'm kind of both. I prefer to be a creator, to not have to follow norms and rules if I don't want to but at the same time, I'm pragmatic enough to not want to always reinvent the wheel and waste my time on things that don't work.
I suppose more of a creator but I can respect the practitioner view.
Thinker-I prefer to think about my decisions before I make them to make sure that they don't impact me in a harmful way.
Doer-I prefer to make decisions as quickly and as efficiently as possible, even if it lands me into trouble.
Seeker-I prefer to seek action and adventure, even if it impacts me in a harmful way. I can fix the problems that arise as I go.
Responder-I prefer to stay safe, peaceful, and secure because seeking adventure might cause trouble for me or others.