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    Before I worked for her I was convinced she was an Artisan of some sort. But now that I do work for her I think she is too organized to be an Artisan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    That was a joke... 16 types... probability of a random guess being correct = 1/16.

    Questions hey?

    Ummmm how does she react when a problem arise?
    When does she normally arrive at work? What's the first thing she do when she gets in?
    Although she is an excellent problem solver she hates problems and tends to get annoyed when they arise.

    She arrives very early. Mainly because she hates driving and has adjusted her schedule to avoid the rush hour commute.

    My guess is the first thing she does every morning is check her voice mail then email.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    I know of two ISTJ who like pets and do care about subordindates, but I have also known some who were so brisk and cold I could not relate to them at all. I have an ISTJ sister who taught nursery school and keeps four papmered cats. The ISTJ seems to have a wide range of expression.
    Oddly enough my boss can be effusive one moment and then cold as ice the next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Oddly enough my boss can be effusive one moment and then cold as ice the next.
    That is my sister and my nephew, both like that.

    ISTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    That is my sister and my nephew, both like that.

    ISTJ
    My apologies, although my intent is not to crush your suggestion I have to mention that she often says "it is better to beg forgiveness than to ask permission".

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    How does that crush the suggestion?

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    What I meant was that bit of information wasn't meant as a counterpoint to your point. That's all.

    I have noticed that postings such as my previous one tend to bring a thread to an impasse.

    Edit: To answer your question, Guardians are reluctant to break rules and engage in risky behavior.

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    My nephew tested as ISTJ but he seems to mind pushing the issue with another person to get his way. He does so in quiet but determined (pushy) way. My sister is more conforming to get along.

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    For the most part my boss is very reasonable yet forceful.

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    Could be INTJ?

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