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    Default SP Strengths

    Just wondering what they were.

    NF and NT strengths are obvious to me. As for SJ strengths, the SJs that I know most definitely have strengths although a lot of them have more to do with their character than their S abilities or their J abilities.

    But SP strengths...what are they again?...we're uhhhh....good at sports? Oh I know, practical and adaptive?...yeah. What else?

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    Creative? Is that something that most SPs are?

    Ummmmm.

    *Thinks*

    There's probably a website somewhere with the strengths listed....

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    SPs are observant, experiential and primarily driven by sensation. They are flexible, aesthetically-aware, "here and now" people that, with hardly a moment's notice, will go where their senses lead. SPs naturally make an effort (with a realistic approach) not to miss an opportunity that may prove to be thrilling, pleasing or otherwise valuable. SPs are are laid back, open-minded and love to feel alive. They have a tendency toward athletics and anything that involves creating or crafting.
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    that courtesy of mypersonalityinfo.com
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    Thanks. =)

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    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?
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    No problem
    who is would be a good example of a female ESTP ?
    aside from the possibility that amelia earhart is one
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    Extremely adept at noticing stuff actually happening around them, and acting swiftly on it. That's what I've noticed with a couple ESTP's I know. I'd say "noticing stuff" is a big one, and one that's more important than some might think.

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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?
    lol Jeffster

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    No problem
    who is would be a good example of a female ESTP ?
    aside from the possibility that amelia earhart is one
    My sister is an ESTP but unfortunately none of you know her.


    I've heard that this actress here is an ESTP:

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