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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Dont say that too loud, they like that xD
    the German's, American's, or just Typology Central?
    I am dripping in Finesse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    the German's, American's, or just Typology Central?
    You they very likely dont like, but aside from that they are cool
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    You they very likely dont like, but aside from that they are cool
    I am dripping in Finesse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    AhAh dont let yourself be persuaded from chocolate by old man ! That will only get you laid and unhappy
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    AhAh dont let yourself be persuaded from chocolate by old man ! That will only get you laid and unhappy
    I could settle with that temporarily. (has a bar of chocolate actually)
    I am dripping in Finesse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    I could settle with that temporarily. (has a bar of chocolate actually)
    Thanks, I had my fair share of NF woman . Next woman will definitly be a T-type !

    Oh look song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aALUh8SxNUg
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    My result anyway:

    You selected USA as your nationality. Observe where you fall on each of the eight scales:

    Communicating. This scale measures the degree to which a culture prefers low- or high-context communication, a metric developed by anthropologist Edward Hall. In low-context cultures (such as the U.S., Germany, and the Netherlands), good communication is precise, simple, and explicit. Messages are expressed and understood at face value. Repetition and written confirmation are appreciated, for clarity’s sake. In high-context cultures (such as China, India, and France), communication is sophisticated, nuanced, and layered. Reading between the lines is expected. Less is put in writing, and more is left to interpretation.

    USA: 0.45/15
    Me: 5/15 +4.55

    Evaluating. Often confused with the Communicating scale, Evaluating measures something distinct: the relative preference for direct versus indirect criticism. The French, for example, are high-context communicators relative to Americans yet are much more direct with negative feedback. Spaniards and Mexicans are equally high-context communicators, but the Spanish are much more direct than Mexicans when it comes to giving negative feedback.

    USA: 6.75/15
    Me: 12/15 +5.25

    Persuading. This scale measures preference for principles-first versus applications-first arguments (sometimes described as deductive versus inductive reasoning). People from Germanic and southern European cultures usually find it more persuasive to lay out generally accepted principles before presenting an opinion or making a statement; American and British managers typically lead with opinions or factual observations, adding concepts later to explain as necessary.

    USA: 14.25/15
    Me: 6/15 -8.25

    Leading. This scale gauges the degree of respect and deference shown to authority figures, on a spectrum between the egalitarian and the hierarchical. The former camp includes Scandinavia and Israel, whereas China, Russia, Nigeria, and Japan are more hierarchical. The metric builds on the concept of power distance, first researched by Geert Hofstede, who conducted 100,000 management surveys at IBM in the 1970s, and later researched by Robert House and Mansour Javidan in their GLOBE Study of 62 Societies.

    USA: 3.6/15
    Me: 6/15 +2.40

    Deciding. We often assume that the most egalitarian cultures in the world are also the most consensual, and that the most hierarchical ones are those where the boss makes top-down decisions. That’s not always the case. The Japanese are strongly hierarchical but have one of the most consensual cultures in the world. Germans are more hierarchical than Americans but also more likely to make decisions through group consensus. This scale explores differences between building group agreement and relying on one person (usually the boss) to make decisions.

    USA: 9.6/15
    Me: 11/15 +1.40

    Trusting. This scale balances task-based trust (from the head) with relationship-based trust (from the heart). In a task-based culture, such as the United States, the UK, or Germany, trust is built through work: We collaborate well, we like each other’s work, and we are fond of each other—so I trust you. In a relationship-based society, such as Brazil, China, or India, trust is built by weaving personal, affective connections: We have laughed together, have shared time relaxing together, and have come to know each other at a deep, personal level—so I trust you. Many scholars, such as Roy Chua and Michael Morris, have researched this topic.

    USA: 0.45/15
    Me: 12/15 +11.55

    Disagreeing. Everyone knows that a little confrontation is healthy, right? The recent U.S. business literature certainly confirms that viewpoint, but different cultures have varying ideas about how productive it is. People in Indonesia, Japan, and Thailand view the public airing of disagreement very dimly, whereas those in Germany, France, and the Netherlands are quite comfortable with it. This scale measures how you view confrontation—whether you feel it is likely to improve group dynamics or to harm relationships within a team.

    USA: 6.6/15
    Me: 7/15 +0.40

    Scheduling. All businesses follow timetables, but in India, Brazil, and Italy, people treat a schedule as a suggestion. In Switzerland, Germany, and the U.S., people typically stick to the plan. This scale measures whether you view time as linear or flexible, depending on how much value you place on structure or adaptability. It is based on the monochronic/polychronic distinction formalized by Edward Hall.

    USA: 3.3/15
    Me: 7/15 +3.70
    I am dripping in Finesse.

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    Communicating
    Norm: 0.45
    Me: 9

    Evaluating
    Norm: 6.75
    Me: 11

    Persuading
    Norm: 14.25
    Me: 9

    Leading
    Norm: 3.6
    Me: 9

    Deciding
    Norm: 9.6
    Me: 6

    Trusting
    Norm: 0.45
    Me: 14

    Disagreeing
    Norm: 6.6
    Me: 12

    Scheduling
    Norm: 3.3
    Me: 10
    Previous username: EliaBlack

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    Here are my results!.

    Seem alright generally.
    "Speak softly and carry a big stick."

    --Theodore Roosevelt


    “Be careful, lest in casting out your demon you exorcise the best thing in you.”

    --Friedrich Nietzche

    I have a Johari again

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    Communicating: 10/15
    (Norm: 0.45/15)

    Evaluating: 4/15
    (Norm: 6.75/15)

    Persuading: 8/15
    (Norm: 14.25/15)

    Leading: 10/15
    (Norm: 3.6/15)

    Deciding: 11/15
    (Norm: 9.6/15)

    Trusting: 5/15
    (Norm: 0.45/15)

    Disagreeing: 12/15
    (Norm: 6.6/15)

    Scheduling: 7/15
    (Norm: 3.3/15)
    REALLY NOT FEELIN UP TO IT RIGHT NOW. SORRY.

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