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    Remember, Humanity. Vendrah's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by noname3788 View Post
    @Vendrah attachment doesn't work for some reason.

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    next few where ENFJ (53p) and INFP/ENFP (both 41p)

    and I don't think as well that INTP/INTJ are totally different... they may differ in their motivation and their priorities but often arrive at very similar conclusions.
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    You like identifying how things are different and logically classifying them
    You want to be in control, and you don't like people trying to influence you too much

    How are those mutually exclusive? What a goofball.
    Take out the trash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    You like identifying how things are different and logically classifying them
    You want to be in control, and you don't like people trying to influence you too much

    How are those mutually exclusive? What a goofball.
    You definitely should choose Neutral on everything!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    You definitely should choose Neutral on everything!!
    I'd expect that from someone else, not you.
    Take out the trash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I'd expect that from someone else, not you.
    My attempt at humor was a failure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    My attempt at humor was a failure.
    Shut up and go paint something beautiful.
    Take out the trash.
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    One I haven't taken before?



    For top 3 types I got ENTP (73), INTP (62), and ENFP (55)


    First impression: Where has this test been all my life? It defines the functions well, explains how to choose your answers, and actually gives examples.

    Second impression: But wait, how much of this is my own bias talking?

    Other thoughts: Still think the function questions are great. The dichotomous questions were alright, but to some extent, I still had the problem I've always had with the I/E one where it's like, but I'm both? Something odd I picked up on is in the results it says that the dominant function is "unconscious." I read further and kind of understand what that's getting at, but it seems... misleading. Like if it were truly unconscious then people would score lowest in their dominant function. I'd be interested to see what other takes there are on this.

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    ENTJ
    The Executive / Commander / Field Marshal

    76 points
    Greatest Strength: Unparalleled leadership abilities

    Greatest Weakness: Pushy, obsessed with power

    IntrovertedExtroverted
    T (Thinking): Making objective decisions and judgments
    F (Feeling): Making subjective decisions and judgments
    N (Intuition): Processing intangible information
    S (Sensing): Processing concrete sensations

    TYPE FAMILY

    Sometimes called temperaments, the 16 types can be divided into 4 families based on general shared characteristics.

    NT

    Conceptualizers

    Focused on the big picture and objective thinking

    (1) PRIMARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION (MOST IMPORTANT!)

    This function is unconscious. It represents the main way you see the world and it should feel very natural.

    Te

    Extroverted Thinking

    Efficiency • Exerting Control • Organizing Resources • Nailing Down Solutions • Delegating • Making Tough Calls • Seeking Results

    (2) AUXILIARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION

    This function is conscious. It should feel very familiar, but you might struggle with it at times. Since the ENTJ's primary function is a decision-making one, this secondary function supports it by being an information-gathering one.

    Ni

    Introverted Intuition

    Insight • Future Vision • Perspectives • Simplifying & Focusing Ideas • Epiphanies from Subconscious

    (3) TERTIARY COGNITIVE FUNCTION

    This function is conscious. It can take years to mature; so, it might work well often but also give you some trouble. Even though the fourth function is typically seen as a type's main weakness, aspects of this third one can give you some real trouble as well.

    Se

    Extroverted Sensing

    Observing with 5 Senses • Pushing Body • Improvising • Against Set Procedures • Realistic / Practical • Mindful of Here-and-Now

    (4) INFERIOR COGNITIVE FUNCTION

    This function is unconscious. Think of it as your main weakness. But it's still a part of you, so it should feel familiar, even if it can be confusing, unpleasant, or difficult. It might be something you struggle with often, or it could feel so foreign that you have trouble understanding how others enjoy it.

    Fi

    Introverted Feeling

    Authenticity • Internal Values • Truth • Convictions • Understanding Impacts on Emotions • Conveying Emotion via Art

    Example People: Steve Jobs, Napoleon Bonaparte, Gordon Ramsay, Margaret Thatcher, Frank Underwood (House of Cards)

    Primary Instinct: Making decisions (being decisive)

    Internal Conflict: You often struggle between following Ni and Se

    Under Stress: Your Fi makes you look down on others and become hypersensitive to criticism and distrustful of feelings

    Overcoming Weakness: Reinforce your weakness of Fi by practicing your Ni


    ENTJ 76 points
    ENFJ 71 points
    INTJ 63 points
    ENFP 61 points
    Life Path 4. True Neutral 8 1 6 3 7 5 Teexcellent>Niexcellent>Figood>Tigood>>>>Siaverage>Fe unused
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    Dail [or Daer] ú-[o] chyn [or fyn/thyn] [?] Ú-danno i failad a thi; an úben tannatha le failad.

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    Isfj was close tho.

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