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    do you think of your ambition as a straight line or a maze?

    Do you think its a free world or an ordered structured world.

    Do you work to be productive or work for a personal gain.

    Do you hate procrastination or enjoyed it?


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    I can be a blowhard and a striaght dick at times, but I am a P because i can't stand excessive flattery and toadyism. But this is just me.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by untypable View Post
    do you think of your ambition as a straight line or a maze?

    Do you think its a free world or an ordered structured world.

    Do you work to be productive or work for a personal gain.

    Do you hate procrastination or enjoyed it?


    In the end, only you can type yourself. If others give you BS, believe in yourself not in their words.
    I make plans for the future, but I am very free in my day to day plans. I know that I want to be a Lawyer, but I have interests in so many subject, so I have no idea what path I am going to take to get there.

    I think that it is a free world, and I know that I can't control the actions of anyone but myself, even though I try to persuade other's to my way of thinking.

    I tend to work because I have to. I can't handle working in a job where I would be folding things or making drinks for hours. The job I have now is the lesser of two repetitive evils, and it will help get me to my final destination of being a lawyer sooner. So in short, I guess for personal gain, but I'm good at it.

    I am ok when I do it, and I only do it when no one is depending on me, but I must confess that I struggle with other's procrastination when it affects me.


    Ne > Ni > Ti > Fi > Te> Fe > Se > Si

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    more questions:

    you see a fine line dividing work and play or do you not see it?

    do you fear failure or do you enjoy it?

    how many hours do you work everyday?

    You wish your boss is a perciever or a judger?

    Are you patient or not?
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

    "In this Caesar there are many Mariuses"~Sulla

    Conquer your inner demons first before you conquer the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by untypable View Post
    more questions:

    you see a fine line dividing work and play or do you not see it?

    do you fear failure or do you enjoy it?

    how many hours do you work everyday?

    You wish your boss is a perciever or a judger?

    Are you patient or not?
    I am very playful at my job and we joke a lot. We listen to Abba all day and I make random metal sculptures out of paperclips for the one attorney that doesn't work while I am there. She has a very sizable pile. I have the ability to see when humor is inappropriate, but other than that I tend to be a clown if I am in a comfortable environment. Other than that I tend to be fairly formal when you first meet me.

    I defiantly fear failure. That is one of the only things, if not the only thing, in life that I truly fear.

    This semester I go to school about 31 hours a week and then I work 8 hours at the law firm. Then my brother works at the local Starbucks and everyone there jokes that I might as well be an employee because I start conversations with everyone, and all of the regulars know me as if I were staff.

    I need for my boss to be an N above all things because I hate needless rules. After that I think that I like Js. I like for people to have very high expectations from me. My current employers are all NJs, and they expect a lot out of me. I love to rise to the occasion.


    Ne > Ni > Ti > Fi > Te> Fe > Se > Si

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    Bougal, you don't identify with a specific function? Which describes you better, Te or Ne?

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    I am Te and Ni, so I have the functions of an ENTJ, and I have always been aware that it did fit me better, but the ENTP profile fits me when I am in social situations. I am an ENTJ, but if someone poses a valid arguement that I could be an other type then I would be interested in exploring that idea.

    And when I say valid, I don't mean, I feel that you give of this vibe, or "Your religous, your an ESTJ!!!!"


    Ne > Ni > Ti > Fi > Te> Fe > Se > Si

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    By work i mean not how long you go to work. but how long you do you work productively.

    A Te person cvould work 10hrs from day to night straight without feeling fatigue.

    a P however, would feel really producyitive if he spend 15 minutes working and call it a day. Ps have really erratic and flexible working hours.

    ENTJs would seek work and play as Black and whilte. Theyt would think I must get my work done first before I play. whereas ENTP would probalby mix the two together or destroy the work if the work is kill joy.

    Also patience has alot with being a P. P's are more patient with solving problems and findinf different routes anbd different results, whereas a J would want to get straoight to the result.
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    I was a P, and when I started filing for 4 hours a day two years ago at the court house I gained a bit of mental strength. It kills my mind to do that work because it is so routine, but I am more than capable of doing it. I think that I have developed into a slight J. If I enjoy a task, or if it has to do with studying, I can do if for hours at a time with no problem.


    Ne > Ni > Ti > Fi > Te> Fe > Se > Si

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    You could be a low P or a low J if you want a definite answer, or a mix. But we have to see long term like 8-10 years to find out the long term pattern which you are comfrotabhle with. Then perhaps. you will know which side of the fence you are oriented on.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

    "In this Caesar there are many Mariuses"~Sulla

    Conquer your inner demons first before you conquer the world.

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