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    I've read up on ESTPs a lot- and know a few in real life- you seem very much like them to me.
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    This test says I should consider ENTJ and INFJ. I've always identified most with the ENTJ description but frowned on it, because they seem so heartless(somebody will no doubt start beating the living crap out of me for saying that). And I am not heartless. And I can be quite impulsive, but I do like to plan things. I've got my life figured out already, with plans in a few different directions.

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I've read up on ESTPs a lot- and know a few in real life- you seem very much like them to me.
    Yeah. Might be, but I always feel like acting when i'm on the forum. Like i'm somehow incincere. Minor difficulties with english + cultural differences probably also accounts for some misconceptions.

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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    ENTJ seems quite possible. Te/Ni/Se

    talking a lot about concepts and ideas doesn't seem very ESxPish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    ENTJ seems quite possible. Te/Ni/Se

    talking a lot about concepts and ideas doesn't seem very ESxPish.
    That has been one of my primary concerns, yes.
    I spend a damn lot of time talking about several current and future projects with a few people whom I am or will be working with.

    Long-term project #1:
    Start up business operations (bar/cafe)
    + possible expansion?
    + side ideas, like concerts?

    Near-future project:
    A band wich I and one other individual is going to start up in a month or two.
    I got us sponsors a few days ago. Big music shop.

    Long-term side plan:
    Getting a higher education.
    Applied for behavioural sciences, medical studies and a lot of other ones.
    Have my hopes up for behavioural sciences though.

    Short-term hobby planning:
    Brainstorming about modifying a roleplaying game to be more "cloak & dagger" with a friend.


    These were just a few. I am always brainstorming and I tend to get things done.

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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    ENTJ makes sense then.

    they aren't all heartless. i know 2 nice ENTJs.

    and one sociopath one

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    You sure seem like an ESTP to me.

    I also enjoy similar supposedly N activities. But come on, if N's can play sports, S's can read books.

    I also really, really like planning things. Perhaps an ENTJ would be more likely to actually follow through on his plans though....

    I don't know any ENTJs in real life, but I know 2 ENTPs quite well (plus some acquaintances) and you really don't remind me of them at all. You seem different from the ENTPs on the forum too....not that that's a bad thing, of course.

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    Dissonance: Wish that I could find what's right.

    Well, how can I know for certain? Trying to figure that out.
    I'm such a damn actor in many cases. I really have to get into the essence of who I really, really am to start analyzing.

    I probably have a lot of different ways of being, because i'm excentric. It's probably because I raised myself more or less. Don't get me wrong, my parents were present, I just thought them to be wrong and did things my own way without informing them.

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    Yeah, i've read it lots of times on different places. Doesn't fit in at all since I am an unpredictable, rule-hating bastard with a messy home and excentric tastes in just about everyting
    Now that confuses me because hubby is all of those and has tested ESTJ.

    I just posted on another thread about something and am wondering, since you know about it, if they have two particular characteristics he does.

    1) He's always noticing/finding stuff on the ground, in abandoned shopping carts, beside the road, etc... things laying there I never notice.

    2) He's always super aware of his surroundings.. pulling me out of the way of other shoppers or scanning over my head (taller) while talking instead of looking at me when we're out in public.

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    I'm not oblivious to my surroundings, I can sharpen myself when I need it. But usually i'm inside my head, thinking a lot, or trying to express it into words. I talk a LOT sometimes. Yet at other times I can stay quiet. And in public when i'm walking with someone, especially my girlfriend, I always look at the person straight in the eyes instead of talking and not looking. IE: I use everything; eyes/facial expressions/body language and verbal assault on my victims.

    All i'm sure of is my extroversion and my Thinking preference. That makes me.. E.T. ?

    Mightier than the tread of marching armies is the power of an idea whose time has come

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