"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
Honestly, my opinion may be biased but from what I've read, I have a gut feeling that you're ISFP. You remind of a ISFP I know...a LOT. (which is a good thing! )
What have i said that made you think that i could be ISFP?
I'm asking because right now, i'm leaning towards ISTP I have no idea ... damn
Originally Posted by warm8
you sound just like me my man! it's not very fun if I'm not good at it, I 'm good at fixing things, give up easily, etc.
hell, I even make electronic music! La Jolla on MySpace Music - Free Streaming MP3s, Pictures & Music Downloads
my advice on the music part is to not get involved with all those tutorials. I find it's really hard to make myself get interested in something. just open up one of those programs and experiment experiment experiment until you learn a lot by yourself. then when you feel you're ready, read some of those tutorials and blend those techniques in with your own.
The stuff on your myspace sounds pretty awesome man, very relaxing
Thanks for the tips, i'll try to get my head around it (any software you could recommend?)
ISTPs are more direct and to-the-point than ISFPs (not talking about the internet, but offline). So it shouldn't be hard to figure out if you're one or the other of those.
When getting things done with others, ISTPs often make the mistake of rushing to action, while ISFPs, INFPs, and INTPs try to control the outcome too much and become perfectionistic.
INTPs are not particularly attuned to the motives of other people, nor do they talk about it or care about it that much. ISTPs, INFPs, and ISFPs all care about motives more, and tend to think they're pretty good at ascertaining the motives of others.