If you won a billion dollars what would you do with it? Start a new business or possibly a non-profit, charity so that my money could keep on giving long after I'm gone. Actually I'd probably start charity and a business - maybe real-estate developing/investing. I'd also do a lot of travelling and a staff to do my grunt work so that I could spend more time on my personal/business goals
What do you value? My family, my health, my experiences in life so far. In others - intelligence, insight, education, creativity, kindness, empathy, harmony
What's your favorite thing to do in your free time? workout, read (mostly on the net these days due to lack of time), talk on the phone, play with my dogs, ski, self-improvement books/programs, crossword puzzles, read about history, study investments/money/finance, photograhy, lay in the sun, go to the pool club, trying new restaurants, go to a theme park, hang out with friends and family, watch movies
What are your pet peeves? people with no common sense, nitpicky people, those that challenge your viewpoint when nothing is gained, people who don't keep up with what's going on in the world, mean people, dirty people, laziness, bad teeth
What about your self do you love most? Nothing in particular really. I think I'm generally quite well-rounded (intelligent and creative) and can get along with just about anyone, I'm also kind, extremely level-headed, even tempered and reliable.
If you won a billion dollars what would you do with it?
I'd never worry about having enough money ever again. As a poor starving student all I can think about with this question is "Sweet, then I could pay my bills and go to the grocery store!" Get back to me in 5 years, and I'll answer the question more seriously.
What do you value?
I value family, personal growth, compassion, and harmony in my relationships.
What's your favorite thing to do in your free time?
I like to read, watch movies, get dressed up and go out, try new restaurants, play outdoors, sail, and dabble in photography.
What are your pet peeves?
Mean people, uncompromising people, bullies, picky eaters, being interrupted.
What about your self do you love most?
My sense of goodwill to others, my niceness. I think my parents also did a good job of raising me to work hard and not be spoiled.
It can be somewhat confusing at times. Different people bring out different sides of me and that can be misleading to others as well as myself.
For the most part the usual description of ISFPs holds true to form. Love for the arts, music , color, life, experience, intense inner feeling, complete immersion into emotional reflection. I experience people rather than talk with them. It's like I can feel their feelings (unless they are strong rational types although at rare times they let down their guard)
When I was young it was difficult for me to stay true to myself. I always felt the need to change to accomodate others' personalities or wishes. Over the years I've been blessed with great NF and NT friends who have helped me see the folly of this. It is still a challenge as it easier to "live and let live" than actually develop a backbone regarding inner values.
I love people and animals and all things in need of care. I am stubborn when pushed too hard, down right passive aggressive. Variety is the spice of life and sensuality is a strong driving force for me.
My spouse is an INTP and we have had many challenges in our relationship. Mostly the F/T functions clashing. We just don't "get" each other in those areas. But that said, we are inexplicably intrigued by each other.