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    ISFP Composer Producer
    ISTP Analyzer Operator
    ESFP Motivator Presenter
    ESTP Promoter Executor

    I'm interested in why these names were chosen. The reasoning behind it. Sometimes ISFP is put as Producer Composer but I think Composer Producer is best.

    I read somewhere it is harder to see the second part, so for an ISFP it is harder to see Producer, anyone find that?

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    Yeah, I think Composer Producer is pretty spot on for ISFP, wolfy. It is kind of hard to see the producer aspect of it.

    That's interesting.

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    ha, you've certainly been producing lately.

    analyzer operator seems right to/for me.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    the thing is, I can see myself playing all these roles, in the same way I can see parts of myself in lots of type descriptions.

    motivator presenter for instance - i can get energetic if i'm trying to push a plan of action - and I create a presentation to go along with it to encourage it.

    "composer producer" makes me think:
    build and refine some sort of mental construct, then create it

    "analyzer operator" makes me think:
    watch what's going on and figure it out, then act in it

    "motivator presenter" makes me think:
    create energy to encourage action and show it off to get others to get them into the action

    "promoter executor" makes me think:
    have an idea of something, develop a way to show it off, then do it
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    i don't know, i think they fit alright.
    i think Operator fits ISTP very well, and Exectuter fits ESTP very well.
    i am not sure about ESFP Motivator Presenter, iam not sure that is the best fit.

    but honestly i am not too keen on having names for the types, it seems unnesecary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    the thing is, I can see myself playing all these roles, in the same way I can see parts of myself in lots of type descriptions.

    motivator presenter for instance - i can get energetic if i'm trying to push a plan of action - and I create a presentation to go along with it to encourage it.

    "composer producer" makes me think:
    build and refine some sort of mental construct, then create it

    "analyzer operator" makes me think:
    watch what's going on and figure it out, then act in it

    "motivator presenter" makes me think:
    create energy to encourage action and show it off to get others to get them into the action

    "promoter executor" makes me think:
    have an idea of something, develop a way to show it off, then do it
    Yeah, I like your descriptions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfisher View Post
    i don't know, i think they fit alright.
    i think Operator fits ISTP very well, and Exectuter fits ESTP very well.
    i am not sure about ESFP Motivator Presenter, iam not sure that is the best fit.

    but honestly i am not too keen on having names for the types, it seems unnecessary.
    Fair enough, I don't see the need for names in general but the names here, verbs, gave me some clarity on what the types do. As opposed to Artist and names like that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    ha, you've certainly been producing lately.

    analyzer operator seems right to/for me.
    Haha, good point. I was reflecting on how I really didn't know I'd produced so many threads, then I remembered how I'd read somewhere you typically have a hard time seeing the second part of the name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Haha, good point. I was reflecting on how I really didn't know I'd produced so many threads, then I remembered how I'd read somewhere you typically have a hard time seeing the second part of the name.
    Is the "you" in that sentence refer to the actual person who is being described? Or outsiders?

    As in, composer producers have a hard time seeing their own production? Or outsiders have a hard time seeing the production?

    Both?
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    Is the "you" in that sentence refer to the actual person who is being described? Or outsiders?

    As in, composer producers have a hard time seeing their own production? Or outsiders have a hard time seeing the production?

    Both?
    Composer Producers have a hard time seeing their own production. But others can see it more clearly. It doesn't seem that ISTP have a hard time seeing themselves in the operator sense though.

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    Actually analyzer operator is not intuitive to me. Like, I think it needs a context, and maybe something to compare to in order for it to make sense.
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