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Thread: A Quick Guide To Double-Checking Your Type

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    Is this for how you act at work/public or at home? I'm pretty different at work than I am at home.

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    I like the fresh concept of determining your mbti once again, unlike various hum-drum reads are out there. You can't trust the tests if you can't trust yourself. Someone please read the paper!!

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    According to this I'm pretty much an INTP

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    With this I think that I can be definitely an ISTP :P .

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    This is a pretty neat and elegant way to clarify type. I've been settled on INTP lately but Directing vs Informing... I definitely in my HEAD am Directing, but social/work realities force me to lead people by the nose to my (obviously correct) solution via Informing. Soooo, INTJ in INTP-ninja disguise?
    Last edited by summerdaze; 08-13-2015 at 01:46 PM. Reason: redundancy

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    Love the fresh perspective here. I've been needing one for a while.

    I got Directing/Responding for the top and Artisan/Improviser for the bottom. No surprise on the bottom there. The only temperament that I can identify with is SP/artisan, but I can relate to all of the SP types on some level. I'm actually much less confident in my my SP type than I probably let on. The description of Responding types here would peg me as more of an ISTP than ESTP.

    It's worth considering anyway. Guess I have some thinking to do.
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    I keep getting INTJ, but I'm anything but J, and I really don't see much Te in myself.
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    What the hell? I come back to this thread five years later and I get ISP leaning ISTP?

    Maybe I am confusing myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    It's a shame people don't realize how much these false dichotomies actually encourage unhealthy behavior and unsuccessful results in the real world.
    You have to be flexible in dealing with people in business, for example, lest you end up delivering pizza for a living.
    Most of my coworkers are not even close to balanced on these and yet none of us deliver pizza for a living. Weird!
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    So strychnine is all good.
    It's Godly and righteous,
    So eat it, you should.
    Who are you to refuse nature's will?


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    Interesting read, the last one stumps me, affiliative or pragmatic. What are some examples of each? It sounds like the affiliative is concerned with how getting to the solution of a problem or making a decision could affect others and the pragmatists could have the motto, the ends justify the means. Is this right? Personally I would probably be concerned with how solutions to a problem or decisions would effect others. thanks.

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