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    Hello everyone! In this engaging interview, I got a chance to talk to Taco Bevalaar on what it's like to be an ESTP Se-Ti CP/B(S) MF. Taco is your typical ESTP who's good at taking risk, taking action, playing sports, being active and competitive. However, after talking to Taco longer, I soon understood that ESTPs are not what meets the eye. They're very sensitive to the physical world and things that often times are perceived as risky, does not feel risky to them at all. As a matter of fact, they feel in control at many of the things they do. Also, Taco shared a story of his teens where he was put in both an NF and SJ school and it was one of the worst experience of his life. It wasn't until he was given the freedom to do the things that he wanted that he started excelling and got to where he is today. Check out the interview here:



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    Quote Originally Posted by ENFPMale View Post
    Grace hasn't been officially typed, we're just trying to get a ball park of what her type is like. She'll most likely get officially typed as some point.

    Second, you're definitely not an INFP. You're using Ti heavily trying to find logical inconsistencies. You sound more like an INTP if anything or at least, someone with Ti.
    No, I'm not using Ti. There isn't anything introverted about what I'm saying. Following how OP works, you and Grace can't just feel out a type, it is literally not how the system works. The idea is that multiple different people type the same person in isolation. The idea is not that you just sit there and try to type yourself with your bud.

    All I'm saying, with no commentary as to what I feel about OP or you or anything else, is that what you done there is definitely not how that specific system is supposed to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turi View Post
    No, I'm not using Ti.
    No kidding.
    It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    No kidding.
    If I was using Ti wouldn't I be hitting him up with my own 2c, like my own model or understanding of personality theory? All I'm doing is noting that the method used - trying to type yourself, even with someone else helping - isn't what the system is about. If anything it's Se, I'm just stating observable facts, anybody can jump on their website and see the same things I'm saying. I'm not into OP anymore, I was for a bit but eh, I still know trying to type yourself even with a friend is definitely not the general idea.

    I actually think the idea isn't implemented properly by OP themselves yet, asides from issues I have with their definitions etc, the general concept that a persons "objective" (see: intersubjective) type is arrived at by numerous other people coming to the same conclusions and seeing the same thing isn't how OP operates at the moment. They only have two operators that I am aware of and there is no concrete proof that these two operators are even typing people in the double-blind situations they claim to be typing people under. These two operators also created the definitions they use themselves and so are arguably the worst possible two people to have following the checklist because they are bias as hell and know what each other thinks of each section of the checklist - this is to say, they can (or should be able to) guess what the other person will think when they see certain things happen in the videos they observe, and in a sense they can "cheat" their own system like this.

    I like the idea overall, I don't think the method of typing they're after will find the subjective (and inherently, "true to self") typing, but I do think they should be able to get people that are not the people that created the definitions etc to observe and identify the same things. What they're tracking is arguably not Jungs functions because the definitions don't match up so great, but this doesn't really matter because eventually they should be able to get multiple people observing and identifying the same things and the whole idea can work, it just won't be Jungian which is totally fine by me. They need to change the names and just accept that it's their own interpretation of a bunch of different things that isn't really true to anything and deviates from Jung specifically in very drastic ways, to the point where some of their definitions bear literally no resemblance to Jungs work (see their Ni and Si definitions for a start).

    Anyway the point is, you can't type yourself in their model, even with a friend or someone helping you, it's not how their system works.

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    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to interview Dr. Dario Nardi (he's an INTJ) on EEG, OPS, Typology, and the Enneagram. He talked about his history and line of work doing brain scans. Dario also talked about your environment and how it affects your brain. We talked about nature and nurture being 50/50. Finally, we also talked about his objective personality type using the Davesuperpowers system, asked him about being typed as an "ENFP" in the OPS system, and also touched based on the Enneagram. Check out the interview here:



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    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Joel Beyst on what it's like to be an ENTP Ne-Fe PB/C(S) FF. Right off the bat, Joel already had feminine Si tidal waves and this even happened partway through the interview. We talked in detail about his Si problems and also in great detail on what it's like to be the jumper Ne-Fe type of ENTP. Check out the interview here:


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    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Jenna Wattenbarger who was initially typed as an INFP Fi-Ne CP/B(S) FF by Davesuperpowers. However, during the interview, Jenna thinks she's an ENTP that is tribe above self which would make her an PC/B(S) FF. Which one do you think she is?


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    Hey everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Klause S. on what it's like to be an ISTP Ti-Se CS/P(B) MF. The interview was very dynamic and I learned a lot from Klaus on what masculine consume is like, and what it's like to get stuck in a loop. We went into detail about his demon Fe, his need for the new and the relative balance between control and chaos. Check out the interview here:



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    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Virsaviya Aleksandrovna on what it's like to be an ESFP Se-Fi CS/B(P) MM. The interview was very dynamic as I learned from Virsaviya on the ESFP's obsession with freedom and trying to avoid working for "the man". We talked about what it's like for her to be double masculine in the outer world and double feminine in the internal world. We talked about her functions, and she shared lots of stories about her family. Check out the interview here:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    No kidding.
    I know right?

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    Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Hanna on what it's like to be the most introverted ENFP type! She's Ne-Fi CS/B(P) MM making her appear very single decider like as a result! However, her family members often typed her as an ENFP even though she felt that she was introverted. Turns out her and her family are all right! She is an ENFP except she's the most introverted ENFP type! The interview provided many great insights on what it's like to be an ENFP with double activated Si, and the biggest takeaway is definitely what it's like to have demon 4th function Si. Check out the interview here:


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