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    Quote Originally Posted by LanaBanana View Post
    Guys, what do you think about ENFJ? I also identify with the description, more so than the ESFJ. I am very creative and I adore theory. I read again the things I wrote yesterday and I agree with most of them but I think being impressive to others is more of being nice and intelligent, less social status. Hmm?? ENFJ possibly?
    Status is a BS term -- I have a 3 trifix and am an SJ and couldn't care less about status. I do, however, care about being respected and admired for what I do well.

    Also, be wary of N bias -- you can think creatively and abstractly and still be a Sensor.


    Edit: Also, the Big Five doesn't 100% correlate with MBTI. For example my Big Five type is supposedly more associated with ENTJ, but I'm DEFINITELY not an ENTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Status is a BS term -- I have a 3 trifix and am an SJ and couldn't care less about status. I do, however, care about being respected and admired for what I do well.

    Also, be wary of N bias -- you can think creatively and abstractly and still be a Sensor.


    Edit: Also, the Big Five doesn't 100% correlate with MBTI. For example my Big Five type is supposedly more associated with ENTJ, but I'm DEFINITELY not an ENTJ.
    I can very relate to that. If I'm not respected I can get very hurt. Though I was sure ESTJ was closer than ESFJ, if I'm an SJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LanaBanana View Post
    I can very relate to that. If I'm not respected I can get very hurt. Though I was sure ESTJ was closer than ESFJ, if I'm an SJ.


    I don't see much, if any, Te/Fi in you, but these last few posts have made me lean more ESFJ.

    p.s. Out of curiosity, what were the parts of the ENFJ description that you related most to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LanaBanana View Post
    Haha I don't know, I think both maybe?
    What do you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nights and Days View Post
    What do you mean?
    That I can relate to both ENFJ and ESFJ at some level.

    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post


    I don't see much, if any, Te/Fi in you, but these last few posts have made me lean more ESFJ.

    p.s. Out of curiosity, what were the parts of the ENFJ description that you related most to?
    I've read the strengths and weaknesses of ENFJ, and I relate to this:

    Very charismatic. ENFJ personalities are charming and popular. They instinctively know how to attract and keep people’s attention, as well as communicate with them effectively.
    Altruistic. ENFJs are warm and selfless, always willing to help other people. They are idealists, motivated by the idea of doing something good for the world.
    Skilled imitators. ENFJs find it very easy to notice what drives, motivates, and worries other people, and they are instinctively able to adjust their own manners and arguments accordingly.
    Natural leaders. ENFJ personalities do not seek to dominate or direct, but people are attracted to their charisma and eloquence. Not surprisingly, ENFJs usually end up being very popular and rarely have any difficulties getting to leadership positions.
    Tolerant. People with this personality type tend to be open-minded and accepting, willing to consider competing ideas as long as they do not contradict their inner principles. ENFJs can easily get along with most other types.
    Reliable. ENFJs work hard for causes they consider important. If their role excites and motivates them, an ENFJ can be very patient and reliable.

    ENFJ weaknesses

    Sometimes too selfless. ENFJs may often take on too much work or get deeply involved in other people’s problems, trying too hard to not offend or disappoint anybody.
    Very idealistic. People with this personality type can often be too idealistic or even naïve, believing that everyone is good-natured and cares about principles that are important to the ENFJ.
    Often too sensitive. Deep down, ENFJs are sensitive and emotional individuals who can get hurt and disappointed very easily. They may also worry too much about other people’s feelings and well-being.
    Vulnerable to criticism (kinda...). ENFJ personalities have a strong inner core of principles and values, and they can get very hurt if someone criticizes them. ENFJs may also have difficulties reacting calmly to general criticism and negativity.
    May find it difficult to make tough decisions. Due to their altruism and sensitivity, ENFJs are likely to struggle with decisions involving hard choices. They may waver between different options, unable to stop thinking about all the possible consequences.
    Highly fluctuating self-esteem. An ENFJ’s self-esteem depends on whether they are able to live up to their ideals and fulfill their goals, while at the same time making sure that everyone around them is happy. If the ENFJ’s ideas are being constantly criticized or they are unable to help people close to them, their self-confidence is likely to plummet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LanaBanana View Post
    That I can relate to both ENFJ and ESFJ at some level.
    The same could be said about any type.

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    Okay, so you guys are saying ESFJ or ENTP (though I think EXTJ also have a really good shot here...)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LanaBanana View Post
    Okay, so you guys are saying ESFJ or ENTP (though I think EXTJ also have a really good shot here...)?
    Why? I still don't really see you as Te-dom.

    I could see you being a T, but it's worth noting/re-iterating the fact that being "logical" is pretty much unrelated to type. My best friend, for example, I trust to give me fairly detached and logical advice whenever I need it/whenever I can't clear out the personal bias -- someone to cut the bullshit and get right to the logical point of things. And she's an ENFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Why? I still don't really see you as Te-dom.

    I could see you being a T, but it's worth noting/re-iterating the fact that being "logical" is pretty much unrelated to type. My best friend, for example, I trust to give me fairly detached and logical advice whenever I need it/whenever I can't clear out the personal bias -- someone to cut the bullshit and get right to the logical point of things. And she's an ENFP.
    People say I'm more logical than emtional. I don't really pay emotions a second thought. I actually thought about my typing with a friend and she said EXTX, probably ENTX, but then again she doesn't understand MBTI so well like we do. Being a Ti or a Te, both works for me.

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