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    Quote Originally Posted by luismas View Post
    INTPs -- modest or just faking it?
    Inferior Fe, most likely modest. But Inferior Fe is not something that is used well with all INTP's, there you can find plenty of exceptions. Better to focus on the dom, aux and tert of a type when looking at nuanced differences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    I was talking about their reset position. Their natural tendencies. It is the difference between Ti-Ne and Ni-Te.

    Even if an INTP focuses and tries to specialize on something, he will find it hard to ignore aspects that an INTJ might not find important enough to note, as a result an INTP is not much of a specialist.

    An INTJ can similarly attempt to think architectically(word lol?) on a subject, but will find himself naturally moving towards the Ni-values important to him and ignore the rest. As a result an INTJ is not much of an architect.
    Taking this into account...what kind of careers would suit INTPs the best? And INTJs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luismas View Post
    As opposed to those INTJs who...?
    Are quite self-assured by nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luismas View Post
    Can you knock off an anecdote about this?
    (Well assuming you don't think I am in fact INFP), this is certainly true for me at work. The assistant manager is INTJ, and he can do absolutely everything, usually at the same time; and find the time to point out things we've missed (which I appreciate). I am an ADD type, which one would think would be good, but I have trouble organizing my time for maximum efficiency. I can organize things with one dimension, like objects in my apartment or numbers, but something including multiple dimensions I can't see (like time) confuse me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luismas View Post
    Taking this into account...what kind of careers would suit INTPs the best? And INTJs?
    On an entrepeneur level (my line of work)
    INTP's function best in an environment where they can freely create their business ideas without censorship. INTJ's function best in an environment where they can turn ideas into a working practical business models.

    Downside for most INTP's, since INTP's want to completely expose a task for all it encompasses; this is why many INTP's often eventually decide on menial jobs in which their minds are free for themselves. They won't do well unless they are giving the freedom to do well. INTJ's have less problems in their functions with doing well because they can find happiness in the completion of any task. The INTP would not find that same happiness.

    INTJ's are probably suited(struggle less) for a lot more jobs than INTP's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    (Well assuming you don't think I am in fact INFP), this is certainly true for me at work. The assistant manager is INTJ, and he can do absolutely everything, usually at the same time; and find the time to point out things we've missed (which I appreciate). I am an ADD type, which one would think would be good, but I have trouble organizing my time for maximum efficiency. I can organize things with one dimension, like objects in my apartment or numbers, but something including multiple dimensions I can't see (like time) confuse me.
    Are you implying that INTJs, having preference for Js, are much better at multi-tasking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Are quite self-assured by nature.
    More or less than the ENTJs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    I am an ADD type
    Although I might be wrong, but I don't remember you telling that in all your typing threads, such information tends to be crucial in trying to figure out someones types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luismas View Post
    Are you implying that INTJs, having preference for Js, are much better at multi-tasking?
    No, P's multitask (randomly) in their free time in order to support their thought process, and J's multitask efficiently and mostly do it at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    Although I might be wrong, but I don't remember you telling that in all your typing threads, such information tends to be crucial in trying to figure out someones types.
    Orly??

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