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    I'm good with money management, but investing has always been an interest, not a chore. Suck at: cooking (actually went raw vegan to avoid the stove— I've graduated to using the toaster oven— quite the feat), cleaning (everything is everywhere, always), all chores/habits that the ESTJs find so important (eg. The every-6-weeks hair appointment— after about half a year I usually realize there's a line on the back of my head where the highlights end).
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    I am good at everything, because I try to be good at everything. It might be because I am Enneagram 1 sp. Which makes me take action more than other INTPs. Its not that I am very good at these things, or I enjoy doing them. I just get anxiety with too much chaos.

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    My husband's excellent at what he cares about and disregards what he doesn't care about. So, rather than perceive it as being good or bad about practical matters, perhaps consider the magnitude of uncaring, relative to functional adult or not.
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    They have to care about a subject enough to be motivated to follow through and demonstrate their talents. They don't really care about being practical.


    Motherfuckers.

    *spites anything NTP*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sacrophagus View Post
    They have to care about a subject enough to be motivated to follow through and demonstrate their talents. They don't really care about being practical.


    Motherfuckers.

    *spites anything NTP*
    Don't hate us cuz you ain't us.


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    Intuitive type that doesn't do practical matters could signify imbalances with its sensor psychological functions. I feel that it is actually bad, but I just can't explain why for your type.
    If I were you, I'd find a way so that I could be also practical, and I would not take pride of being typed as intuitive imbalances.
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    Potentially good at anything, practically good for nothing, but what I do do, I do well. But good at everything? I wouldn't tell you if I were.
    I am the Cat who walks by himself; and all places are alike to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by typologyenthusiast View Post
    Intuitive type that doesn't do practical matters could signify imbalances with its sensor psychological functions. I feel that it is actually bad, but I just can't explain why for your type.
    If I were you, I'd find a way so that I could be also practical, and I would not take pride of being typed as intuitive imbalances.
    Wow , INtj being jealous 'cause intp are smarter xDD.
    But yeah ... being good at practical matters is just a way to show the world who you are really are.
    The biggest problem for intp's is motivation ... whatever i'm just too lazy to continue.

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