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    This helped me to confirm my type as INTJ. Thank you so very much for this thread.

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    All I know from this is that I'm a behind-the-scenes kind of guy.
    Help please
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    I'm a mixture of Directing and Informing, when I need to be.

    When it comes to my relationships, I do tend to be more Initiating.

    Mix of Abstract/Concrete. Probably more concrete.

    I think I'm more Affiliative as opposed to Pragmatic.

    I think I've gotten ESFJ, but I'm more ENFJ?
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    Interaction style:
    Get-Things-Going (Informing and Initiating). With a focus on interaction, they act as a catalyst using information, enthusiasm, energy and excitement to persuade and involve others. (ESFJ, ENTP, ENFP, ESFP)


    Temperament
    Abstract Language
    Pragmatic roles
    Rational/Theorist (Abstract and Pragmatic): Want knowledge and to be competent, to achieve mastery. Seek expertise to understand how the world and things in it work. (INTP, INTJ, ENTP, ENTJ)

    I am a fucking ENTP. Confirmed.

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    I'm sooo confused! *tears hair out a little* Ok, so, came back to edit this. No concrete thinking person would over-analyze a simple quiz! Who am I kidding, I'm not as concrete as I would like to be.

    I think I'll be sticking with these:
    -Informing and Responding
    -Abstract and Pragmatic

    Behind-the-Scenes (Informing and Responding). With patience and a calm, quiet style, they focus on understanding and accommodation to lead the team to the best possible result. (ISFJ, INTP, INFP, ISFP)
    -I do prefer working behind the scenes. I'm not always as patient as I should be, but I would rather work in a position that was in a low noise environment. I really do want to understand everything!

    Rational/Theorist (Abstract and Pragmatic): Want knowledge and to be competent, to achieve mastery. Seek expertise to understand how the world and things in it work. (INTP, INTJ, ENTP, ENTJ)
    - I want to understand it all! That's why I keep re-evaluating my thoughts on pretty much everything. I still want my freedom and not to be imposed upon or told what to do, as is the temperament of the Artisan/Improviser (Concrete and Pragmatic).

    Apparently, this makes me come across as an INTP. I hadn't really considered that before. But maybe an INTP can let me know if I am coming across as that type. Hmm...
    Last edited by Taibreah; 03-06-2017 at 01:58 PM.

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    Directing and responsive. So either ISTJ, INFJ, ISTP or INTJ.
    I'm not sure whether I use concrete or abstract language. But I'm a Pragmatic. That would cut down the possibilities to ISTP or INTJ.

    Well, I'm sure I'm not an INTJ, so, according to this, I am an ISTP.
    I don't think that it's so personal
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    Sometimes I feel like I'm a sentimental trooper.

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    According to this: ENFP.

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    First post on these forums.

    I got ISFP on this - informing and responsive. I can be directing but only when I'm in a bad mood or being a Dad to my 3 year old.

    I can be abstract but I vastly prefer concrete and I'm most certainly pragmatic over affiliative.

    Interesting because I got into this typing/MBTI thing a few weeks ago and feel I've been in a bit of a depression since like a month before then, and still am now. I tested INTP initially and sometimes get INFJ, ENTP, ISTP, never ISFP.

    Funnily enough just yesterday I was reading into cognitive functions etc and thought Fi-Se sounds like me in a nutshell when I'm feeling good.

    My feelings at the moment don't interfere with how I prefer my communication methods to be so hey maybe there's some truth to this, haha.

    Cool thread.

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    I'm directing (well.. not as bluntly as "do this", but more like "please could you do this because x and y") and responding, and abstract and pragmatic. This would confirm that I am INTJ.

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    It confirms that I'm INTJ, but as @BoomCha wrote before, I use the "please" word too.

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