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    Default ENTxs - do you do better in one on one interaction or a group forum?

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    I'm great one on one up to about a 6 person group.

    Beyond that, I begin to feel like my voice is lost among the crowd unless I'm in a situation where everyone has to listen to me (like in a court room).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I'm great one on one up to about a 6 person group.

    Beyond that, I begin to feel like my voice is lost among the crowd unless I'm in a situation where everyone has to listen to me (like in a court room).
    Same.
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    I am much better in small groups/121s when I can be calm and focused, group situations seem to bring out an end of my character that is a bit overly extrovert/competatively loud... which I don't enjoy being - it can be good fun or just show offy

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    Although, as I age, I've found that my ability to perform at my best is hindered less and less by the number of people in the group.

    My leadership skills (while stagnant for a long time) have recently begun to progress geometrically.

    Hopefully soon I will be able to work a room the way the ENFJ's do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    I am much better in small groups/121s when I can be calm and focused, group situations seem to bring out an end of my character that is a bit overly extrovert/competatively loud... which I don't enjoy being - it can be good fun or just show offy
    Sounds familiar. I also notice that it gets harder to keep up with the conversation as easily when my brain can't engage, since it's less just saying things and more trying to do things with them. Too much Ti-Fe in the larger settings, I think.

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    Smaller groups but not too small of a group. With larger groups I am just constantly bouncing around between people trying to talk to everybody (well almost everybody) and it becomes difficult

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    One on one I am more confessional and intimate.

    I enjoy 3-6 people because then I can make a lot of jokes.
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    I can do well in both.

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