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    Commitment. ENFPs tend to move from one interest to another, often before significant mastery/accomplishment. I've played violin for 15 years and played in the orchestra all that time (up to this day). Yes, I've played a crap load of other instruments, but because of my fiddle, but I'm no "jack of all trades, master of none."

    ...Nevertheless, on a small scale (like with little tasks), I'm not as committed... I have a really hard time forcing myself to finish little things. I can come within a minute of finishing a level on some game, and just stop because I already know I can beat it... no more challenge.

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    Well, since I've changed my type yet again, I think I'll post in here again.

    "natural leaders"
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    "organized"

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I fit most of the type description. I don't fit a lot of the people's descriptions of ESFP on this site- i'm not slow or flaky or a porn star.
    Oh, come on, you're a little bit flaky, admit it.

    Also, don't give up on that porn career yet, the nursing thing might get old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    Commitment. ENFPs tend to move from one interest to another, often before significant mastery/accomplishment. I've played violin for 15 years and played in the orchestra all that time (up to this day). Yes, I've played a crap load of other instruments, but because of my fiddle, but I'm no "jack of all trades, master of none."

    ...Nevertheless, on a small scale (like with little tasks), I'm not as committed... I have a really hard time forcing myself to finish little things. I can come within a minute of finishing a level on some game, and just stop because I already know I can beat it... no more challenge.
    Well I think you're confusing stuff here. ENFPs excel at and are committed to the things they like doing, so the violin thing is really not that strange. Unless you are saying you hate playing the violin :P

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    Hmmm... I never disagreed with my type descriptions.

    However, I did have moments where I was unable to understand other INTJs. I may be unskilled and uncomfortable working in a particular field, but their utility is more important than how I feel about it. This means I will learn and incorporate certain behaviors as I must until better options present themselves. I've found that several of the INTJs I met online shy away from this decision. They are sometimes too quick to dismiss ideas that lie beyond their comfort zone. It is quite common to see them over-compensate with their strengths, which ironically, can backfire.

    I also don't identify with the ones who are passively accepting of negative circumstances. I'd much rather do something about it - externally or internally.

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    The introversion/extroversion dichotomy:

    Introverts are easily overwhelmed by too much stimulation from social gatherings and engagement.
    Nope. Just exhausted by small minds (or talk). When conversations start lacking content, I loose focus very quickly. Great banters are an exception.

    Extroverts: They tend to be energized when around other people.
    The good ideas and information we exchange often energizes me, though I can be just as equally energized on my own. I stayed over at an empty house for two months and was perfectly content.

    Extraverts tend to enjoy human interactions and to be enthusiastic, talkative, assertive [...].
    Same here. (Now this is what makes me an odd INTJ. I don't find other 'human beings' tiresome. Not on the individual level, at least.)

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    I tend to spiral into depression for no obvious reason, though my best friend, an ENFP, says it's self induced.
    I remember that well. It used to happen to me frequently and it was grim feeling I couldn't shake off. Worse of all, it was always unexpected.
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    Expectations based on Jung or expectations based on peoples stereotypical views? :P
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    I respect most people...I take that back. I am a perfectionist though, sometimes.

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    oop just popped my cherry with first post

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClasslessCrass View Post
    oop just popped my cherry with first post
    It doesn't count when you do it by yourself.
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    I've never considered myself much of a writer, nor do I enjoy it. also its true that I'm strongly averse to conflict but I hate how that implies I don't have a spine. I refuse to walked on!!

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