based on this, you sound like an ENFP Enneagram 3 (welcome to the club )InvisibleJim may have a point - maybe I am a Judger rather than a Perceiver.
I will make quick decisions. For instance, I went to the shopping centre on Sunday to have a look at computer monitors, compared prices in a few shops, and decided that. since my laptop was on its last legs, it would be cheaper to buy an all-in-one, rather than buying a monitor then and a laptop at a later date.
I like to get information as soon as possible, and enjoy planning things; I've decided to go travelling towards the end of next year (18 months away), and am already looking at small group tours, and know which ones I want to go on.
I make lists of things to do and read.
I also prefer a structured environment (school) to an unstructured one (university). Moving to new cities or schools is difficult, although starting new jobs isn't. I've had contract jobs rather than any fixed job, and I don't like the idea of being tied down to one job forever. I'm in the public service, and don't like being a cog in the machine; I want a position of fame and authority - not in the corporate world, but in the arts or teaching.
I wanted to be treated as an adult at an early age, and people often said that I was 14 going on 40. Friends' girlfriends are often surprised that I'm the same age; they think I'm a lot older.
I'm nearly always the one who arranges social activities with my friends - although it tends to be where we should meet and when, rather than details.
I try to get work done early, if it's interesting. Putting garbage bins out - that can wait. Essay writing, I get stuck into several weeks before the due date, and don't do things at the last minute. Except for editing the History thesis.
Physical movements: I tend to stride everywhere with great rapidity, and can appear quite determined.
I am organised about things I consider important - I keep notes on the books I read, and have folders and log books. On the other hand, my room is full of piles of papers, books and CDs, and I can be quite messy.
I wouldn't describe myself as aggressive - hearty, certainly, although also argumentative and opinionated. At school, most people knew who I was. I had a very healthy ego, although was also self-critical. I was both the class clown and a very high achiever. I had little trouble standing up for myself, and telling people what I thought. I don't pick fights, but I got into several in primary school, and gave as good as I got. I got detention once in Year 3, and a letter was sent to my parents; what I objected to was that I'd been accused of swearing at a teacher (which I hadn't). I quarrelled a lot with my father when growing up, because we can both be very stubborn. I can be very dominating and take control of groups; I was class president in sixth grade (although had a definite J vice-president - she was more practical and implemented my ideas), and was always the kid teachers got to thank visitors. I naturally expected to be the centre of attention, and still don't like being on the sidelines. I was an interesting child, but more than a bit of a handful.
However, I came down with anxiety in Yr. 11 (the result of my brother having chronic fatigue, the house spending 12 months being knocked down and renovated, and worry about going to university). I lost confidence in myself, and became quite defensive, socially withdrawn and hesitant - to the point where I thought of myself as an introvert. I've felt confined and trapped, because I haven't been in control of my life - I haven't had much money (contract jobs), haven't had enough mental or social stimulation, and don't like having to fit in with my parents. I've had several different very distinct ideas of what I want to do. I've settled on teaching; I started a permanent job yesterday, and will use that as a springboard to save money, go travelling overseas next year, teach English overseas for a while (probably Turkey), do the Dip.Ed. when I return to Australia... So maybe I DO have plans, but haven't had the wherewithal to put them into action.
I'm very interested in the creative arts; love acting, and have thought of becoming a playwright. (Apparently an ENTJ trait.) In some ways, I identify with Richard Wagner - and various Roman emperors.
I've also got an extraordinary memory, and can clearly remember (in detail) things that happened to me when I was 4.
My writing style is very authoritative and forceful, often ironic - my essays make it clear exactly what I think, why, and why Critic A is a knave and a fool, and why Critic B is an incompetent bungler. On the other hand, I'm a compulsive drafter, don't need all the materials to start working, and the essay plan tends to be pretty rough and ready. I'm a natural public speaker, and feel in my element when I'm leading a group discussion.
And, yes, people complain that I'm being scornful when I'm simply stating my opinion.
So maybe I am an ENTJ?!
I'm not very practical, my room tends to be very messy (I have too many books for my room, and will regularly reorganise my bookshelves); I will forget to do the mundane things (paying bills, getting things posted), and let other people take care of them; I'm not good at managing money (because I haven't had a permanent job until now) and tend to live beyond my means (although look at Julius Caesar and Wagner).
I don't think of myself as a punctual person. Often I'll be a good 15 minutes early for appointments; on the other hand, I'll also leave at the last minute. I have more sense of time than my parents (both Js), and am often ready to go long before they are - unless I get sidetracked, and think that a parcel of books is more important than getting to work on time.