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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    INTJs...have better leadership ability.
    That's the one I'd pick. INTJs are also among the worst followers as a type, I think.

    Edit: I also suspect ISTJs are tidier than INTJs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eiddy View Post
    It does seem S's in general seem more socially adaptable.
    Of course, since society is S for the most part.
    But you are right ISTJs are less socially awkward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I think that INTJs are more likely to annoy ISTJs then the other way around. (opinions?)
    AGREED!

    I'm not so sure the N's are better leaders though... And I DO think the S's are more "tidy".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew_Z View Post
    • The INTJ is likely smarter
    • The ISTJ is likely to be a harder worker
    FAIL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    FAIL.
    No no no, Jeffster, what he MEANS is that INTJ's are more intellectual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    No no no, Jeffster, what he MEANS is that INTJ's are more intellectual.
    Again, debatable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    Simple as:

    INTJs are more abstract, imaginative, and head-in-the-clouds. They are more ingenious. In general, they have better leadership ability. They also seem more random (because of the leading Ni).

    ISTJs are simpler, more concrete, and formal. In general, they are harder workers. More common sense, more detail-oriented.
    IN regards to leadership ability, leaders a grown more so than natural. INTJs might better leaders, but to be a good leader you have to be a good follower. Maybe they are seen as better leaders or more natural leaders in general because they refuse to follow, or have more trouble doing so seeing as ISTJs generally don't have trouble submitting to authority. I say generally because I have authority issues.. I want to be incharge.

    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    That's the one I'd pick. INTJs are also among the worst followers as a type, I think.

    Edit: I also suspect ISTJs are tidier than INTJs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle View Post
    Again, debatable.
    It's infinitely debatable. However, there was a study some time ago that showed that the average INTJ IQ is higher than the average ISTJ IQ. Is this to say they're smarter? Is this to say that any given INTJ is going to be "smarter" than any given ISTJ? On both counts, the answer is no. But, instead of going into a long-winded post, I put the idea in politically incorrect layman's terms.
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    Make it more purdy and say

    "INTJs will probably excel at traditionally 'intellectual' pursuits like computers or math whereas ISTJs..."

    Forget it, I missed the boat.

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    This is one the harder ones to know right off. Some of my favorite ISTJs have a really strong tertairy Ne, so the feel much more open and more abstract than you would expect.

    I sometimes have to know them for a bit to tell.

    How can you tell them apart young-my todd is an IXTJ and I would love to know how S and N would differ here.

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