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    Default NT, sane = unmemorable?

    My life story.

    Being memorable would help me out in many situations, mostly in work.

    I think my shortcomings to being memorable are
    -my independence
    -being logical
    -being reasonable
    -being factual, responsible, etc
    -managing and solving troubles, rather than making troubles
    -generally being too cerebral, most of the people miss most of my stuff
    -I don't find the most people memorable at all, even if they are enjoyable.
    -I strive for being correct and helpful, as opposed to being weird shit
    -When I do act like a weird shit for some performance, I'm taken very well, and congratulated upon - but I'm bit embarassed, and feel a slight problem for the deviation of my inner life and my outer appearance.
    -I think the ultimate goal of the man is to fight their material conditions, i.e. providing food, comfort, people not dieing etc. I'm at odds with the world coming a big youtube, idols competition etc. (Boring!! ?)

    NTs, or others identify with this? J? Others? Who?

    I'm thinking my shortcomings lie in the my lack of marketable insanities. For example, I'm not the fan of one sports team.

    Sanity is dull.
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    My friends nicknamed me "cult", so I don't think I'm unmemorable.

    I should work on the magnitude of my memorability though.

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    Seems like you're fighting against a natural impulsiveness - your "adult" Ti is constantly struggling with your "impish" Ne, and usually wins... even if it makes you feel somewhat unsatisfied.

    Don't be afraid to just go for things without thinking from time to time. It'll make you stand out more.

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    "the key to immortality is to first live a life worth remembering" Guess who.

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    Sounds like something like it. I'm feeling a bit more free now that I'm able to cut some slack with my job - but I'm still overstressed for working 6days a week for the last 4 months. My creativity has been in a steady decline. I've adapted myself to a different persona that I thought of helping me to get one great job.

    Basically, I want money so much I'm basically whoring with my life satisfaction, integrity in what I appear like, etc.

    My latest job has consumed me totally. It has left me with little freedom.
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    I'd replace the word "insane" with "idiosyncratic". And I think NTs are a fairly idiosyncratic bunch, except for ENTJs (the SJs of the NTs).

    Ti, Te, Ni, and Ne can take one to all sorts of weird places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    ..ENTJs (the SJs of the NTs).
    Oh why isn't there a smilie to cry with
    Ok. There's " ", but why not anything with animated tears?
    Ok. I kind of understand the ESTJ.
    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Ti, Te, Ni, and Ne can take one to all sorts of weird places.
    Yeah they can. I'm thinking more and more in choosing a workplace that really does good for me.. (drools over Ti and Ne)
    No, I don't think I'm inherently more Ti Ne during my entire life. That's just something I miss right now. I miss anything I like that's lacking at a time
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    I've become my job too much.. I thought I didn't get a good job because of my personality, so I portrayed xSTJ for my latest job. So that's what I got.

    I'll portray something I like to do the next time.

    Why am I writing like this? Too much work has distanced me from myself? I'll throw in more ideas with a clear head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    I've become my job too much.. I thought I didn't get a good job because of my personality, so I portrayed xSTJ for my latest job. So that's what I got.

    I'll portray something I like to do the next time.
    Hmm, maybe that original ENTP wasn't wrong... there is a tendency toward a chameleon-like effect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Oh why isn't there a smilie to cry with
    Ok. There's " ", but why not anything with animated tears?
    You mean like this?


    To be quite honest, I find most people that are too even-keeled and "reasonable," to be extremely boring. Day after day, you know they will always be the same, say the same things, do the same things...:zzz:

    Yes, and most often this seems to correlate with Te dom/aux and/or Si.

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