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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsune413 View Post
    ENFP's are able to comfortably ignore facts, details and logic. It isn't that we don't know or pay attention to them. We can just proceed without caring.
    That'll drive any S or T type INSANE (and especially the super-realist STPs)!

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    I wanna be an ENFP.


    I've heard enough of "ENFP Wannabe." Can't you just be glad you have Ne and move on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thinkist View Post

    I've heard enough of "ENFP Wannabe." Can't you just be glad you have Ne and move on?
    @Thinkist, me thinkest you're a little down on ENFPs based on this and another thread. Has an ENFP rubbed you the wrong way lately?
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    No, but I don't like idolizing any one type. It's a covert form of typism.

    ...or maybe the whole "ENFP wannabe" is just a rumor...?
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    ^LOL.
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thinkist View Post
    No, but I don't like idolizing any one type. It's a covert form of typism.

    ...or maybe the whole "ENFP wannabe" is just a rumor...?
    Awwww. You're taking this thread too literally. A little bit of good-hearted type stereotyping - in moderation - never hurt anybody. And this goes for all types. For example, I'm in awe of ISTPs' abilities to be so precise and accurate in their speech and writing. (My fiance is an ISTP so I know the machinations of this type quite well.) That doesn't make me literally want to be an ISTP. But it sure does help me to remember to appreciate an ISTP's unique gifts.
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    1. Tying random shit into a bunch of other shit without even thinking about it
    2. empathy
    3. A broad-base knowledge, desire to motivate, and knowledge of the inner workings of people helps facilitate interdisciplinary teaming, which is the neatest and most fulfilling kind of teaming.


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    Now I'm curious... At which areas do you think INFPs generally trump you ENFPs? Sounds like you've got 'em all down pat...
    Tentative typing: ISFJ 6w5 or 9w1 (Sp/S[?]).

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    infps i find are way more patient. they also put a lot more thought into what they say and have cooler tempers.
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    Things that I appreciate the most about being ENFP is empathy, good social skills, being able to get along with most of the people I meet, being able to handle a lot of things at the same time on mental level, enthusiasm, able to learn new things pretty fast.

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    agreed with that point above about getting along with most people. in my line of work it's probably my greatest strength...that and...for some reason being able to make most people relax and laugh (as a photographer that's pretty important)

    also the never ending ideas and enthusiasm about them!
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