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    Why do you want to be ENTP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Results
    Introversion (I): 9 versus Extroversion (E): 14
    Sensing (S): 7 versus Intuition (N): 18
    Thinking (T): 17 versus Feeling (F): 5
    Judging (J): 16 versus Perceiving (P): 5

    Making your MBTI code:

    E N T J








    Is it possible to be internally ENTP and externally seen as ENTJ?

    I think I am a P when others arent around or people are pushing my J capabilities. I have learned to plan ahead for my P time. I hate having to stop for little details.


    Or is it just that people are more governed by their temperments but the character aspects can vary in circumstance?
    It's impossible for us to know what you think is the difference between P and J.
    Generally speaking Ps prefer to keep their options open as long as possible before making a decision, and Js tend to hate waiting until the last minute to make a decision. They prefer to have things decided ahead of time.


    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    ^ I took it, Not too sure about the validity of this test.

    Results
    Introversion (I): 14 versus Extroversion (E): 3
    Sensing (S): 0 versus Intuition (N): 20
    Thinking (T): 9 versus Feeling (F): 3
    Judging (J): 2 versus Perceiving (P): 15

    Making your MBTI code:

    I N T P
    That bums me out.

    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    right then, back to ENTP, thanks
    Not necessarily. The questions may have been messed up for F and T but they seem fine for J and P.

    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Why do you want to be ENTP?
    Yes. Why? ENTJs are not defective, you know.



    You might to take a look at the cognitive functions because I think the difference between ENTJ and ENTP may be significant enough to be helpful.
    I'll go check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Could you elaborate? I can't see your track.
    Thats because you're dicking around with dichotomy bullshit nonsense.

    Learn function typology before I sic Victor on you.
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    ENTP - Ne Ti Fe Si
    ENTJ - Te Ni Se Fi

    So yeah. Very different

    Short descriptions for each of the different cognitive functions is on this page -
    Cracking the Personality Type Code

    You can click on the links of each one to read even more detail.
    There is no longer a test available that I know of.
    I never cared for it anyway.
    But someone else may know of another one.

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    I really have to say that I am probably ENTP almost all the time. But, when it comes down to interacting with others or integrating lifestyles, working on projects, I get very ENTJ. I love to finish ahead of the deadline just in case something doesnt go as planned and adjustments must be made there is plenty of time. If I am going out I have to make sure that all plans are set forth in advance. organized free time. Like mentally dropping your brain off at a day care where it will be safe.

    If I have to interact with people I make sure that their actions wont hinder me. I am not sure what that means. But inevitably I am called controlling by everyone. People take a stand against me for no reason at all in order to "prove" to me that I cant always get my way, but I am never getting my way only. I come up with plans that bennifit almost everyone in some way and the ones that are not bennifited remain at neutral. People dont trust me because I take control of situations.

    On the other hand, I would love to never have to. I would prefer that people take care of their own crap so I am more than satisfied going about my buisness in lala land than having to crac the whip all the time. I like to go off on a tangent and just go. Run with it. I hate having to stop during those moments and focus on details or carrying someone along behind me. I am perfectly fine interacting with people on temporary basis because as soon as we start to get close ENTJ comes out like michael jackson during thriller.

    The functions apply as well. Both were accurate to what I described here.

    I really do think I am ENTP not because I want to be but because I thought that if people knew I was ENTP they would have a better understanding of my thought process and who I was so I wouldn't have to sit back and explain myself all the time. For some reason I bring out the worst in people. I also thought it would help to understand other types,

    but inevitably I find myself disconnected in perception from what others see. usually that doesn't bother me any except that in my current RL situation, being able to precieve myself from the out side could be incredibly advantageous. I thought MBTI was a system but it doesn't really offer any more clarity does it?

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    Yes. That clarifies it completely.
    You are an ENTJ. Sorry.
    Unless you have a mental/emotional disorder, like OCD.

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    I agree with INTJMom this totally sounds like ENTJ(in denial)

    To tell you the the truth I think that you should be celebrating.

    I mean, how many women are ENTJ?

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    Hold on now, on the flip side, and there is a flip side. I can't stand people who are so far in one direction that they loose their perspective. Extreme Js are so in a box that I don't see much room for growth unless it is personal. Up against the NTJs that I know I seem very P. I give people the bennifit of the doubt beyone the average persons limits, but as I see it if there is a different explination, it should be explored. It is not until all avenues are exausted that I will say, yes this person is such and such. I find people fascinating in their rationality. I love to study them. I hold a very objective view of people as they don't pretain to me. It is not until it gets personal that the J side comes out.

    I love the freedom to explore as I see fit without having the standards of accountability. For instance while I may plan the primiter when I go out, I leave enough room in the middle for complete freedom of action. I am usually the life of the party, or you cant find me while I bounce around from person to person to see what makes them tick.

    Case and point, I go out with INTJ friend who prefers piano bars and classy stuff. We are at the club and she is miserable. I tell her "Do you know how many stories are floating around this place? If you just allow yourself you can have fun here and find it interesting." To prove my point I pick a random guy from the bar and sit down to talk to him. In under five min I found out that he had spent jail time for buying a cop lunch with counterfiet money. I thought that was hilarious and continued to analyze with INTJ on what would motivate a person to attempt such a thing. He knew the guy was a cop.

    I am very easy going if I don't have to get close to you. I am known for being wierd, creative, and "larger than life", motivated, dominating, not trustworthy, funny, not afraid to look like an idiot, objective, and easy going. I can't spell to save my life and I am not a linear thinker. I hate paper work.

    I dont understand how I get such mixed reactions.

    I don't believe everything is so concrete

    Even as a kid I was highly motivated to figure out the things others could do that I could not. I wanted to have all the skill and talent for myself so I could take it apart and understand it.. Not to one up but because I was fascinated and could only really use myself as research,



    Is the craving to learn, refine, and master everything, a feeling? Because if it is I am deffinatley a feeler.


    I think that is the most accurate discription I have ever given of myself in these last two posts, and I'm done.

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    Almost everything you have said is about ENT part.


    What makes you think that all J like paper work?
    Many of them have much smarter things to do.

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