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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Don't forget you get a hot body and access to many sexually desirable mates
    The hottest Se user on the planet or erm in the galaxy:

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    ^tell yourself whatever you want, but a lot of women especially who are "professionally hot" because they're models, strippers, or even just in sales for high end clientele are esfps ime for the dudes look at guys like arnold etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    I don't think gluttony is related to Se.
    You'd be surprised ... Think Elvis or Marlon Brando or Rutger Hauer.

    Thanks for the nice words. It's not considered cool in the business world unless your name is Donald Trump or Silvio Berlusconi.

    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Threads like this are just strange. Se doesn't exist in a vacuum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    You'd be surprised ... Think Elvis or Marlon Brando or Rutger Hauer.

    Thanks for the nice words. It's not considered cool in the business world unless your name is Donald Trump or Silvio Berlusconi.
    lol I'm not being kind, just honest.

    I think the typical corporate drone world favors J's over P's anyway. But I don't know if NP's have an advantage over SP's in those jobs, I'd say probably SP's have a slight advantage as better eye for detail, better presented, more "realistic", less likely to get distracted.

    I think both SP's and NP's can do well on the entrepreneurial/technical side, though with a different emphasis. For a P in general, it's all about finding your niche and becoming a specialist in that, rather than the typical job that just requires general "common sense" and organization.

    I know lots of SP's doing pretty well for themselves in finance, sales etc. - though this favors STPs and not SFP's. I would say ESTP is the typical "salesman".

    Quote Originally Posted by Redbone View Post
    Se looks awesome to me...I watch my XSFP sister and son with envy at times. I often try to one-up them with my Ne but there is this slight lag time thing and I'm never quite as sharp they are.

    Very true. My football ("soccer") team are nearly all SP's, and they just think I am a bit slow (in an affectionate way I hope, lol), because they are too quick and witty. I might think of a 100 times clever comeback, but 1 minute too late when they already cracked 30 more jokes.

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    This is such an odd thread to me. It would never occur to me to hate any one of my functions, especially not my dom or auxiliary.
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    Se is sexy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jryn1993 View Post
    Se is great for self-preservation. If you're camping out in the mountains you can think about meaning of the universe all you like but it won't do you a whole lot of good if you don't notice the mountain lion that's stalking you. Like a lot of things we evolved with to keep us alive, modern society downplays the usefulness of Se, but it's just as relevant when your driving a car or doing some other thing that requires focus on the task at hand and immediate surroundings.
    Very true.

    Yeah... to the OP, I wouldn't have listed those as directly tied to Se. (Just as a simple example, re. the gluttony aspect, there are many who can use food as more of a comfort, habit, or temporary distraction/fix... which goes across all types)

    Se I usually first associate with strong in-the-moment awareness and dexterity of thought; ability to immediately apply and execute. I think that's pretty cool in and of itself. This is probably more directly applicable to Se-doms, but even Se-aux has a nice adaptability and practicality/ no-nonsense element that I can definitely appreciate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-Up Rex View Post
    This is such an odd thread to me. It would never occur to me to hate any one of my functions, especially not my dom or auxiliary.
    You are reading too deep. It's not hate. It's a search for meaningful application in today's business world. Apart from hustling and "eye candy".
    As an ENTJ you might have a unique perspective on how developing Se has helped you beyond clothes and the gym.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Some Te people tell me stuff along these lines BUT I see THEM succeed and reach meaningful, long-term goals.
    You can do that too. Functions/MBTI describe some aspects of a person. But reaching a meaningful long-term goal, if that is something you truly value, I don't see why you cannot work toward that and eventually accomplish it.

    Sounds like you're limiting yourself based on theoretical constructs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    You are reading too deep. It's not hate. It's a search for meaningful application in today's business world. Apart from hustling and "eye candy".
    Hate was probably too strong a word, but there's definite disdain in the tone of your previous posts.

    As an ENTJ you might have a unique perspective on how developing Se has helped you beyond clothes and the gym.
    Nah, not really. Se deliciously, delightfully is. You start weighing down the branches when you put too many ornaments on the tree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Istbkleta View Post
    Some Te people tell me stuff along these lines BUT I see THEM succeed and reach meaningful, long-term goals.
    Oh this is your issue. What stops you from doing the same?
    And so long as you haven’t experienced this: to die and so to grow,
    you are only a troubled guest on the dark earth

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