I work in a gym as a Personal Trainer, Gym Instructor and Lesson Instructor. I've been living in Japan for about seven years and all of my work is in Japanese. My spoken Japanese is very good and I don't have much trouble communicating, my reading and writing isn't that great and can hold me back and have me relying on others. As far as reading and writing, I am doing a Japanese proficiency test in December, level 2. I already have 3 and 4. So anyway, my work consists of designing programs for people and taking them through them, also, workmates tend to come to me for advice on design and exercise selection 'cause that is my strength. I also give studio lessons, exercise choreographed to music and not. It is fun, the choreo'd stuff. Though I don't have a lot of experience moving to music and it has taken be tons of practice to keep in time while lifting weights. It is really just a fun thing, the classes, there isn't a lot of cash involved. I just like how it keeps me fit, and when the class works, it is a lot of fun. That is about it for work I think, I'd like my own gym sometime, a hard core gym.
I like to relax on my day off, one ideal is a relaxing Sunday with a few beers lazing around. My body gets pretty beaten up through the week, including lessons and my own training I train 6 to 8 times a week. I have kids and I like to spend time with them, just mucking around for the most part. It is fun to go out and do something too, I like to travel and do something interesting. Mostly though my day off consists of relaxing, doing stuff with the kids or getting a few things done that need doing. But relaxing seems to be what I want most.
I see Te in the first paragraph and Fi in the second. Te being empirical ambition and Fi being what you value, and how you recharge. Ni is evident because you have a defined but not too detailed picture of your ambition (last sentence, first paragraph). ISFP.
From the other thread, in hindsight, your emotional expression was warm but restrained, which is evident of Fi users. The mouth is the only thing to animate, and only slightly, whereas the whole face works in concert to express the emotion. Fi is depth and comes through in action and convictions.