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    Maybe so, still don't use judging characteristics to solve the problems though

    Don't see why an ESFP should

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    found this and thought it would be helpful

    2008 October | PersonalityDesk - Myers Briggs & Career Blog
    more tips in link you might find helpful. Perciever power

    *i know i'm a perceiver that's for sure heh...not putting this in stone but can see NF?/NT?/over sp sj / not to highjack your thread discussion; just ignore me xDD. Nothing is set in stone so i make no promises, that's why WnS is there heh.*

    "3. Act like a Judger, but only when you have to. There are some areas where the typical workplace is biased to a Judging point of view, and there’s not much you can do about it. If you’re going to be a highly valued employee, you must be on time for meetings, turn in projects by the deadline, and adhere to standards set up by the organization. Know that you’ll chafe against some of this—for instance, Perceivers often have trouble following rules that seem arbitrary—and cut yourself some slack. Follow the Judgers when you need to, but when you have control over the way you work, make sure you’re allowing yourself the flexibility and spontaneity that you crave. When you don’t have to plan ahead, don’t. And if all else fails, just make sure that your time away from work is as loose and free-wheeling as you can make it!

    agreed even though they talk of work places the parts highlighted screamed to me to put it in here for you.
    What is Feeling?
    Feeling is primarily a process.....that imparts to the content a definite value in the sense of acceptance or rejection. In the same way that thinking organizes the contents of consciousness under concepts, feeling arranges them according to their value. Feeling, like thinking, is a rational function, since values in general are assigned according to the laws of reason...
    (Carl Jung, Psychological Types, Chapter XI - Definitions)

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    My work is full of Jness

    I still act P lol

    Yeah I get a "why are you doing it that way?" a lot

    Uhh I'm improvising dumb a** :P you want the customers happy or not?

    I swear some Js are purposefully inhuman and wont bend a single rule, its stick to the plan or die trying...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unique View Post
    My work is full of Jness *Jness is everywhere i tell ya/ hides in fear of extreme Jness. Liken the use of Jness...nice *

    I still act P lol * heheheh woot right on*

    Yeah I get a "why are you doing it that way?" a lot

    Uhh I'm improvising dumb a** :P you want the customers happy or not?

    *...heh*

    I swear some Js are purposefully inhuman and wont bend a single rule, its stick to the plan or die trying...
    indeed those J's that act that out are scary.....probably not the healthiest bunch when you come across the rigid ones.
    What is Feeling?
    Feeling is primarily a process.....that imparts to the content a definite value in the sense of acceptance or rejection. In the same way that thinking organizes the contents of consciousness under concepts, feeling arranges them according to their value. Feeling, like thinking, is a rational function, since values in general are assigned according to the laws of reason...
    (Carl Jung, Psychological Types, Chapter XI - Definitions)

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    LOL Jness is a word me and my mate irl (that talks about mbti) use a lot

    It's becoming funnier and funnier to the point of any kind of ridged behavior being called as Jness

    He has actually phoned me up and said my dads being so J right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unique View Post
    LOL Jness is a word me and my mate irl (that talks about mbti) use a lot

    It's becoming funnier and funnier to the point of any kind of ridged behavior being called as Jness

    He has actually phoned me up and said my dads being so J right now
    XDDD that's a hoot about saying your dad being so J right now.

    I remember one time i was thinking in my head "wow someone's got to turn there J off *or down more like it haha* for two seconds....hear me out" hehehe **

    Jness may have to use that in my mental musings....me likey.

    I read somewhere on the forum a member said Pness pretty funny too. It will be kinda hard to say "woah man turn up your Pness" xDDD/ (such a outthere statement for me/teeny bit bashful)
    *other person(s) whhhaaaaattt??* rofl.
    What is Feeling?
    Feeling is primarily a process.....that imparts to the content a definite value in the sense of acceptance or rejection. In the same way that thinking organizes the contents of consciousness under concepts, feeling arranges them according to their value. Feeling, like thinking, is a rational function, since values in general are assigned according to the laws of reason...
    (Carl Jung, Psychological Types, Chapter XI - Definitions)

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    Get some Pness into you!

    hahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unique View Post
    Get some Pness into you!

    hahahaha
    :blushing:

    hehehe.
    What is Feeling?
    Feeling is primarily a process.....that imparts to the content a definite value in the sense of acceptance or rejection. In the same way that thinking organizes the contents of consciousness under concepts, feeling arranges them according to their value. Feeling, like thinking, is a rational function, since values in general are assigned according to the laws of reason...
    (Carl Jung, Psychological Types, Chapter XI - Definitions)

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