True, but then how could we determine someone's E versus I without knowing them really well or just asking them?A quiet person is not necessarily an introvert as a preference for introversion or extroversion indicates where one gets his or her energy from.
Hadn't thought of that. I'll go read a bit about that type. It's certainly not obvious to me that she had much N (I'd say MY own N is much stronger at least on the surface).Just to play devil's advocate for a moment, is there any chance she could be a power hungry ENFJ?
I know I've started to talk about two different people here, but they could be twins so whatever one is the other is surely the same. One more clue - they are both really bad at handling anything out of the ordinary like a setback or problem - but I guess that's a J-thing? One quick example, the school had a holiday musical at a rented hall. I arrived a couple of hours before the event along with the teacher to help set up. We were supposed to supply the centerpieces and we were short two. The teacher was flippping out. I calmly started taking some of the hall's own decorations off the walls and quickly whipped up two great looking centerpieces. The teacher was initially appalled that I would nab things off the walls and she said "I didn't see you doing that" I said "we are RENTING this space, that included everything inside it" (see how good at rationalizing I am?). Problem solved, I put everything back at the end of the night. Not a big deal if you ask me - but to her it was HUGE. The next day she thanked me for my quick thinking.