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    You find the best strengths when you're looking at individual types though.
    ISTP, ISFP, ESFP and ESTP strengths are way cooler than SP strengths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    You find the best strengths when you're looking at individual types though.
    ISTP, ISFP, ESFP and ESTP strengths are way cooler than SP strengths.
    I'm all ears
    but i don't know many of any of those types
    *waits*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
    You find the best strengths when you're looking at individual types though.
    ISTP, ISFP, ESFP and ESTP strengths are way cooler than SP strengths.
    ISTP - their intensity can be focused into creating amazing things/experiences

    ISFP - we bring the fun and laughter with a moral compass

    ESFP - they'll say that thing you've been dying to say but can't

    ESTP - they've already mowed the lawn and reached level 55 on Call of Duty 4 before you've finished your first cup of coffee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    ESTP - they've already mowed the lawn and reached level 55 on Call of Duty 4 before you've finished your first cup of coffee

    Correction, they've conned someone into mowing the lawn and then beat up the person who reached level 55.

    Stereotyping sure is fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    ISTP - their intensity can be focused into creating amazing things/experiences

    ISFP - we bring the fun and laughter with a moral compass

    ESFP - they'll say that thing you've been dying to say but can't

    ESTP - they've already mowed the lawn and reached level 55 on Call of Duty 4 before you've finished your first cup of coffee

    Hah, my neighbor always mows his lawn, like, three times a day. WHY OH WHY???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Hah, my neighbor always mows his lawn, like, three times a day. WHY OH WHY???
    Hey, when you've got mad mowin' skillz, you can't just let em hang.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    fun, spontaneous, fun, good in a crisis situation at acting fast based on past experience and a sense of what is happening right now around us, fun, willing to work very hard for long hours on a project, fun, able to run on adrenaline for long periods of time, fun, willing to try new things...did I mention fun?
    Yeah, all of that! Oh, and we're sensual too. Don't forget that!

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    Forgive me if this has already been mentioned as I haven't read through the thread.

    My ESFP pal and I were chatting on MSN (an exercise in patience, but that is a topic for another day) and she mentioned something about me that I had told her in passing some weeks back. And then when I commended her on her memory, she gave me a quick rundown of 5 obscure things about my place that had also been mentioned entirely in passing. I was a little impressed. I then realised that I do the same thing with my friends; I remember small obscure details that they had told me about themselves or their lives. Basically, stuff that no one else in my circle of friends remembered and the person that had told me was really surprised that I had stored that little bit of info.

    Also, lots of times, people will forget and give me a different account of something than they had given me months prior. They clearly forget (or intentionally skew to fit the context) some of the details but I don't call them out on it most of the time as I don't want to embarrass them.

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    i dont have anything to add since everyone summed it up so well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    I appreciate SPs a lot and they tend to be easier to communicate with than S(F)Js for me. You guys have the gift of charming other people, which is really a significant talent (thankfully you don't tend to have world domination plans ) and I find you to be deeper than you are sometimes portrayed. Sensational creativity (ok, that was a lame pun) and an open-minded attitude. Very flexible. Fun, seriously needed in today's world (another lame pun!).
    i like this one the best

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