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    Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
    But then again, I think, does this even affect me in my real life? No, it doesn't. I don't have ESFJ or ENFJ stamped on my forehead so why should I get upset about anything that's said on the forum about what my supposed character traits and qualities are? So that's the point I'm at right now.


    I also appreciated your examples of non-stereotypical Sness. Then again, I do aspire to Se-ness and have an aspiration to actually aspire to Si-ness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    I disagree with you here, I'd much rather be called a "sensor" than someone say I "have a preference for sensing." The second one makes it sound like I evaluated the choices and picked the one I like better, when it reality it just sorta happens by itself.

    Thanks, Jeffster, I'm interested that you feel the opposite way. I suspect it may just be me feeling kind of protective about my ability to choose to use either Se or Ni at will.

    I certainly don't think I'm speaking for all SPs here, so I'm glad you said something. To each his/her own.

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    They talk too much.

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    The whole point of MBTI for me is to give me better insights in to my natural strengths so that I can wield them more effectively. Secondly, to help me better understand my natural weaknesses so that I can look for those strengths in other people. It relieves me of having to be good at something I'm not while at the same time valuing those strengths in others. For instance, in a group I would actively seek out Sarah to shore up my S and my F. (Does this make me an ENTJ???). This strategy has been very helpful in helping me to become more balanced.

    My view: you don't get a pass on being an a**hole because of your MBTI type and if you think your MBTI type gives you that pass, then you don't get MBTI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah View Post
    As an artist, I consider myself creative, original, and an idea generator. I do not have a preference for intuition, and I do not like it when those words are believed to be linked ONLY with the N temperaments.

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    Same here.

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    The good thing is, even when the MBTI test is long dead, we will all still bleed red

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    Insight Game

    That's yet another site which implies that N's are the only ones with creativity, imagination, and new ideas.

    Also, the cartoon part makes all SJs out to be greedy meanies.

    And according to their test, I'm an ENFP.
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    As an artist, I consider myself creative, original, and an idea generator
    Yep - and I love to brainstorm. I also love to use new methods for accomplishing a goal.

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    another point: maybe you could say that from an S perspective, many Ns are too eager to throw away the established thinking when "improving" on something thus shortcharging everyone, including themselves, from the inherent value of accumulated past experiences in that field
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackwater View Post
    another point: maybe you could say that from an S perspective, many Ns are too eager to throw away the established thinking when "improving" on something thus shortcharging everyone, including themselves, from the inherent value of accumulated past experiences in that field
    Yeah but why is the water black?

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