If you took these stereotypes and assigned it an MBTI type, what would you give it?
(Derived from the quotes in VagrantFarce's thread.)
I have a need to "relate to other people and ensure I am there for others and they are there for me."
I have a need to "tune in to how people feel, which helps me do good through my actions."
It helps me to "consider the possibilities, or to locate a mental signpost that helps guide my actions through life."
It helps me to "follow tangents for their own sake, or link things together unexpectedly through context."
It helps me to "get things done, to accumulate achievement that's objectively (or subjectively) measurable."
It helps me to "have things ordered in my head, for situations to really make sense before I move forward."
It helps me to "...think things through logically, so I can figure out the best possible outcome from my actions."
I find it easy to succumb to "my own irrational feelings about a situation, which prevents me from really contributing to the system in general."
I find it easy to succumb to "a need for safety and security, to stop myself from jumping into the unknown too quickly."
I find it easy to succumb to "being so emotionally detached and distant from my family and friends. Cold, calculated logic too easily ignores the relationships that people have" under stress/pressure.
I find it easy to succumb to "...focusing on tradition, so keep things truly stable and secure."
I find it easy to succumb to "...doing bizaare and unexpected things."
I find it taxing to demonstrate "shallow agreeableness or pretension, just to show off and cover up for my more obvious shortcomings."
I find it taxing to exhibit "know-it-all abstract thinking, as if I could predict or control what will happen in the future."
I find it taxing to exhibit "...materialistic behavior/shortcomings, to show off how spectacular I am. I tend to be a bit of a show off as a result."
I wonder which type would fit best with that? Just curious.