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    I am as intelligent like the weakest member in a group

    that doesnt grant me access to elite schools, but it gave me leadership abilities
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    How does it give you leadership abilities?
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    How does it give you leadership abilities?
    Nobody feels threatened by him so they don't mind following him?
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    Hm, certainly there must be truth to that :p
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    I'd like to add my own questions.
    Would an NF ever admit he is unethical?
    Would an SP ever admit he is boring?
    Would an SJ ever admit he is doing it wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    I'd like to add my own questions.
    Would an NF ever admit he is unethical?
    Would an SP ever admit he is boring?
    Would an SJ ever admit he is doing it wrong?
    I think if the individual of each temperament didn't rest their whole identity on said trait, then yes, they'd be able to admit it. I think that's kind of the root of the issue, isn't it? If an NT rests all or the bulk of his identity/ego on the trait of intelligence, then he'll be less likely to admit being 'average' or admit being wrong. Same goes for the other temperaments.

    (personally, I've never viewed the core aspect of my own identity as ethical/unethical. I honestly don't know what I'd view as my 'core' aspect... but yeah, conceptually, I'd be less likely to admit wrong if it's something I hold very closely to my sense of self, and believed to be true - whatever that would be)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    I'd like to add my own questions.
    Would an NF ever admit he is unethical?
    Would an SP ever admit he is boring?
    Would an SJ ever admit he is doing it wrong?
    Ha! Yeah, that pretty much sums it up. Or, does an SP ever admit that they aren't a badass? I have a 65-year-old ESTP friend who says things like, "Who wouldn't want this awesome body?" It's funny as heck, but I think he actually believes it. I wanna say, "No, you're not a badass."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    How does it give you leadership abilities?
    Because it gives you a wide overview of the different people there are in the world and it equips you with abilities to be able to gain access to just anyone. As opposed to concentrating on only one sole fact of your existence, namely intelligence and singleing out everything that is no match for it.

    Really if you go on unimaginative like that, intpeeing on me, I will revoke your entp status
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    I think if the individual of each temperament didn't rest their whole identity on said trait, then yes, they'd be able to admit it. I think that's kind of the root of the issue, isn't it? If an NT rests all or the bulk of his identity/ego on the trait of intelligence, then he'll be less likely to admit being 'average' or admit being wrong. Same goes for the other temperaments.
    well summed!
    (personally, I've never viewed the core aspect of my own identity as ethical/unethical. I honestly don't know what I'd view as my 'core' aspect... but yeah, conceptually, I'd be less likely to admit wrong if it's something I hold very closely to my sense of self, and believed to be true - whatever that would be)
    Interesting. Being a Enneagram 5 you would probably at least be more hybrid. That means you are the exception that makes my rule valid!
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    Ha! Yeah, that pretty much sums it up. Or, does an SP ever admit that they aren't a badass? I have a 65-year-old ESTP friend who says things like, "Who wouldn't want this awesome body?" It's funny as heck, but I think he actually believes it. I wanna say, "No, you're not a badass."
    lol! Maybe he is just trying to be fun? At least he achieved that. Much better than being a crabby old man no one can stand.
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