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    I do agree about what is said on the video.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandalf View Post
    I don't see a reason she couldn't be an INFJ. I known an INFJ who can come out almost as cold as myself.
    How likely do you think it would be for someone who does typology consulting work for a living - who runs her own company - would know what her type is?

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    Very good video. Her facial expressions are a joke, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    How likely do you think it would be for someone who does typology consulting work for a living - who runs her own company - would know what her type is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    I can see how you might think that because of her reasons for going into it.

    Focus on the communication style though. I don't believe INFJs come across as so coldly analytical. They come across as more approachable. She's so stiff, she hardly seems to move. She seems very much like an INTJ to me.
    The few identified INFJs I know do come across as fairly approachable, but then I see them in relatively unstructured face-to-face situations, and I have known them for many years. They might appear quite different in a video. Also, I didn't find this woman coldly analytical in either video, though I agree that her facial expressions in the first one were just plain odd. I have a hard time gauging what constitutes "cold" and "warm" in people's presentations, though, so I am sure this is coloring my impression.

    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    How likely do you think it would be for someone who does typology consulting work for a living - who runs her own company - would know what her type is?
    The mind is a very powerful thing, and it is far too easy to delude oneself about something as important to one's identity as type probably is to her. INFJ and INTJ are not that far apart, and she could easily use her extensive experience to find support for the type she thinks she is or perhaps wants to be. I'm not saying she is doing this, and have woefully insufficient basis to determine her type myself, but I don't think it is that far fetched for her to be off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    INFJ and INTJ are not that far apart, and she could easily use her extensive experience to find support for the type she thinks she is or perhaps wants to be. I'm not saying she is doing this, and have woefully insufficient basis to determine her type myself, but I don't think it is that far fetched for her to be off.
    I think those two types are very different. There is a massive difference in a person that prefers Fe vs. Fi and prefers Ti vs. Te.

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    fwiw: My ex's 80 yo stepfather is an INTJ. He's actually mbti certified, and I can't remember how exactly but understanding it was part of his job at a local college. Anyway, the guy was usually every bit as stoic as the INTJ stereotype- but there were rare occasions, like during dinner, where he was sorta excited about what he was talking about and his face would become quite animated, like the woman in the video (and as it happens, it usually had to do with explaining something about mbti). The other 99% of the time though, he was pretty deadpan.

    It's feasible to me that she's INTJ, is what I'm saying.
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    fwiw: My ex's 80 yo stepfather is an INTJ. He's actually mbti certified, and I can't remember how exactly but understanding it was part of his job at a local college. Anyway, the guy was usually every bit as stoic as the INTJ stereotype- but there were rare occasions, like during dinner, where he was sorta excited about what he was talking about and his face would become quite animated, like the woman in the video (and as it happens, it usually had to do with explaining something about mbti). The other 99% of the time though, he was pretty deadpan.

    It's feasible to me that she's INTJ, is what I'm saying.
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    Yeah, weird, exaggerated faces seems like what we do specifically when lecturing about something we want people to get involved with. It's that "create an impact" thing goes with inferior sensing. It's supposed to operate in conjunction with words, and works better when there's things to control (like when she put up that winking smiley face to highlight some playfulness with that simple rhyme in an otherwise important and meaningful sentence), but it's meant to promote an in-the-moment interaction that sets a stage for concept building. An Se bridge toward sharing Ni.

    Which doesn't make her a T. But I'm not aware of any reason to say F.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    It's supposed to operate in conjunction with words, and works better when there's things to control (like when she put up that winking smiley face to highlight some playfulness with that simple rhyme in an otherwise important and meaningful sentence), but it's meant to promote an in-the-moment interaction that sets a stage for concept building.
    I read in something very specific when she put that smily face up there and it was about her.

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