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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    I won't, that would be too hypocritical.

    Ridicule do only harm people with vastly overrated Egos.

    It's rather funny to play with DOY and I know I'm not the only one to enjoy the show, but since MBTI-c is not the place to do it, I think I'll ignore him and let him drown.

    That's the wisest thing to do.
    It sounds like you think I would be hurt if you ignore me. That's pretty pathetic.

    I thought you might bury the hatchet and offer some genuine insights on my type, but it appears that is not going to happen. So if you do not have something beneficial for this thread, please take your ego elsewhere.


    Okay, to everyone else: I thought we might start some productive conversation now. How about your impressions of an INTJ? I'd like to hear what the general consensus is on the nature of an INTJ, or how we tend to come across to other types (and each other).

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    In most cases I am surprised upon hearing someone I know is INTJ. I rarely identify them as such, since they turn out to be so much nicer people than the cliché about INTJ's suggest. Unfortunately, some of them -when knowing their type- behave the other way around, becoming charicatures of their type. Horrible. But the same goes for most of the types, I guess, expecially the NT's...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mippus View Post
    Unfortunately, some of them -when knowing their type- behave the other way around, becoming charicatures of their type. Horrible. But the same goes for most of the types, I guess, expecially the NT's...
    How true!

    The MBTI never was created to show us role models, but that's the way many people interpreted it.

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    As a matter of fact, my best friend since childhood is an INTJ. He's a very complex being, full of paradoxes. That's why I like him.
    Very bossy, but never happy with himself. He's too clever to consider sheer wealth as a measure of success.
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    Success is subjective. I would probably consider sheer wealth as a measure of success, but wealth is subjective too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriv View Post
    Success is subjective. I would probably consider sheer wealth as a measure of success, but wealth is subjective too.
    Wealth would never be able to fill the emptiness within an INTJ heart.
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    Very true. Thus the path to wealth is more a direction than an end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    Wealth would never be able to fill the emptiness within an INTJ heart.
    I agree. The INTJ's I know are very value-driven and wealth is not one of them...
    Could be due to midlife crisis though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mippus View Post
    I agree. The INTJ's I know are very value-driven and wealth is not one of them...
    Could be due to midlife crisis though...
    Tertiary Fi...
    Values.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    Tertiary Fi...
    Values.
    I find the impact of tertiary functions very hard to judge...
    Do you have a suggestion on where to find valuable information on them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mippus View Post
    I find the impact of tertiary functions very hard to judge...
    Do you have a suggestion on where to find valuable information on them?
    I do not know...

    But the growth of my own tertiary Fe had a tremendous impact on me.
    The tertiary function allows us to feel more complete, more at peace with ourselves...
    Tertiary is often the most decisive function within mature individuals, the most apparent for an outsider.
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