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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonkavision View Post
    Geez.....

    The J/P distinction is really not that hard to determine.


    Linguist, which appeals to you more:


    1. Setting specific goals and working hard to achieve them

    OR

    2. Following inspirations and taking life as it comes


    For the love of GOD---TRY to make a choice, please----the two options are really pretty different!!!!!!
    Well, when you put it like THAT!!!!!!!!!!! definitely 1.

    NOT 2.

    AS in REALLLYYYYYYYYY NOT 2.
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    For P/J just ask yourself if internal or external organization is more important. Internal and you're a P; external and you're a J.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    How can I choose when I do both equally???
    LL. This the problem. You see yourself as being so "i can do any function" that you dont differentiate yourself enough. This is why taking the cognitive function test as you would "during a time in your life when you felt most like yourself" should:
    --feel easier
    --have more distinct strengths and weaknesses
    --be more accurate

    You need to get in touch with a time in your life when you felt most like yourself, and then identify what functions were in action. If you try and take inventory of your entire life: you'll think you can do every function and end up in the mess you are in now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    I love INTJs, if that counts!
    You are too kind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    For P/J just ask yourself if internal or external organization is more important. Internal and you're a P; external and you're a J.
    That makes sense, Simulated, but it's not that easy to determine.

    I think Linguist needs some real serious back-to-basics kind of shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    For P/J just ask yourself if internal or external organization is more important. Internal and you're a P; external and you're a J.
    I have recalled on several occasions that it is very important for my environment to be positive.

    Perhaps you Fi-users can help me on this: But aren't you guys like rock-solid inside? Your values are stable, and you have a stable core no matter what goes on outside?

    I'm pretty much the opposite. My environment shapes me. So if I'm in a good one, I have the best ideas, the greatest challenges, the most wonderful results....If I am in a bad environment, I can go from happy to completely depressed, from secure to completely bonkers, from results-oriented and successful to complete and utter disaster, and it's REALLY SCARY how quickly that can happen with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Well, when you put it like THAT!!!!!!!!!!! definitely 1.

    NOT 2.

    AS in REALLLYYYYYYYYY NOT 2.
    OK!

    SO!

    You're very decisive, organised and goal-oriented! YOUR EVERY-DAY BEHAVIOUR REFLECTS THIS. YOU ARE NOW A J. THIS IS NO LONGER UP FOR DISCUSSION. SHUT UP.

    You're extraverted, as in you think out loud and work more comfortably when with others rather than on your own. YOUR EVERY-DAY BEHAVIOUR REFLECTS THIS. YOU ARE NOW AN E. THIS IS NO LONGER UP FOR DISCUSSION. SHUT UP.

    Is that ok with you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Well, when you put it like THAT!!!!!!!!!!! definitely 1.

    NOT 2.

    AS in REALLLYYYYYYYYY NOT 2.
    Then, based on that, I think we can (for the most part) rule out ENFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    OK!

    SO!

    You're very decisive, organised and goal-oriented! YOUR EVERY-DAY BEHAVIOUR REFLECTS THIS. YOU ARE NOW A J. THIS IS NO LONGER UP FOR DISCUSSION. SHUT UP.

    You're extraverted, as in you think out loud and work more comfortably when with others rather than on your own. YOUR EVERY-DAY BEHAVIOUR REFLECTS THIS. YOU ARE NOW AN E. THIS IS NO LONGER UP FOR DISCUSSION. SHUT UP.

    Is that ok with you?
    Yes, thank you.

    ***runs like a little mouse and squeaks back into her cave***
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    Yes, thank you.

    ***runs like a little mouse and squeaks back into her cave***


    See? PROGRESS!!! IT IS ALL GOOOOOOD
    Hello

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