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Interviews by ENFP

ENFPMale

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ENFP
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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Sam about what it's like to be an ESTJ Te-Si BP/S(C) MM. Sam has gone through some hardship throughout her life and has been able to learn how to use her Fi to an extent. She talked about being good at setting boundaries, especially as she got older. Sam also talked about feeling badass when she handles trouble makers while at work. She's discussed liking lifting weights, kickboxing, and loud music as a result of being kinaesthetic and audio. She also loves Metallica. Her biggest life problem revolves more with the NF consume and not knowing her life purpose and meaning. And as we discussed it more during the interview, it was because she lives such a structured life that experiencing new things is a scary thought. However, she's dip her toes a bit in the NF consume realm as she flew for the first time to San Fransisco to see Metallica and she loved every moment of it. It seems that experiencing the new is the next stage of her life to fuel her passion and life purpose. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hi everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Jeanette about what it's like to be an ENTJ Te-Ni BS/P(C) MF. We started by talking about her feminine Te and how she's very flexible with other people as a result. We then talked about her feminine Ni and how she organizes her known information. Jeanette works as a math teacher and organizes her lesson plan using her Ni. However, she said she has gotten in trouble before for making too many analogies instead of concrete facts since she is intuitive. We also talked about her Fi and her double masculine SF consume. She said that she knows what she wants but feels that she doesn't have the permission to do those things that she wants as a result of being an ExxJ. She said she hasn't seen a movie in years. Jeanette also talked about having a polyamorous relationship and the NT reasoning behind it. We also discussed the difference between Ne and Se and it was interesting to see how each function can annoy other people. For example, Ne users can annoy Ni users while Se users can annoy Si users. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Payton about what it's like to be an ENTP Ne-Fe PC/S(B) MF. First, Payton talked in great detail about how he is balanced with his Fe and Ti. Normally, he will tell people the appropriate thing to say with his Fe. However, if the person is a close friend or family of his, he has no problem sharing his Ti and telling the person the truth they might not want to hear. We also talked about money and how cheap he is as an ENTP. We discussed the concept of "a body that works" and he admits that working out, eating healthy, and getting regular healthcare checkups like the dentist is something he is not keeping up with. Payton and I also discussed the difference between Ne and Ni as well as Se and Si. We had a discussion about audio kinesthetic and how listening while fidgeting is our normal default. Watch this interview here:
 

Saturnal Snowqueen

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*is waiting for a Fi-Si video to finally be posted, then realizes we're one of the most introverted type combinations*
 

ENFPMale

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*is waiting for a Fi-Si video to finally be posted, then realizes we're one of the most introverted type combinations*
The Fi-Si ones don't want to be interviewed. I've asked a few already and they shy away from it.

Anyhow, in this latest interview, I got a chance to talk to Ahmed about what it's like to be an INFJ jumper-type Ni-Ti SC/P(B) MF. Ahmed talked about his fear of failure and wanting to set a lower goal so if he hits it, he won't feel like a failure. Ahmed also talked about his Ni framework that he's been working on in the last few years in regards to how he views life. Ahmed also discussed each of his function stacks and animal stack. Even though he has consume in a saviour state and it's double activated, he said his energy level is still king and that if he feels tired from consuming the facts, he will stop immediately to preserve his energy. Ahmed talked in great detail about managing his energy and he hates wasted energy. He said that while he likes to preserve his energy if before bed he still has 50% energy left, then he sees that as a failure because he didn't utilize his energy properly. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to John about what it's like to be an INFP Fi-Ne CP/B(S) FF. We started the interview talking about him being an obvious info-dominant person. John was obsessed with the accuracy of information. John also has an abusive masculine Ne and channel changes non-stop. We also talked about his double-activated Te which allows him to have fewer tribe problems, unlike the other INFP variations. The interview gets interesting when we talked about his SF sleep last. Because John is sleep last, he is emotionally unprocessed. He spent a good 30 minutes processing his inner world while he was attempting to talk about his SF sleep last. During his processing, he discussed his issues with his feminine Si while using his masculine Ne in great detail. The last part of the interview is John briefly mentioning his NF consume and his external self-awareness.
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Shane about what it's like to be an ESTP Se-Ti CP/B(S) MM. I really appreciated this interview because Shane didn't hold back at all. He was very candid and talked about his life in detail. He talked about evading paying his taxes and the IRS which got him in trouble when he was younger. This demonstrated ESXP behaviour fighting against the system. He also talked about his drug use when he was younger and his journey to becoming clean. Shane talked about overcoming his demons and living a disciplined, organized, and structured life now that he is older. However, the downside of doing that is he has neglected his social life as a result. Shane also described his SF play and Fe, in general, to be shallow and has no deeper underlying depth to it. Finally, he said he is still struggling with the sleep last thing and using his double feminine NT (Ni+Ti) is oftentimes foggy and difficult. Shane believes this is going to be his lifelong struggle. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hi everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Luc about what it's like to be an ENFP Ne-Fi CP/S(B) MF. First, Luc talked about his job in the IT world focusing on user design. Thanks to his job, he has access to his Si and can have functional use of Si-Te even though it's his 4th animal. Luc also was hesitant to share his SF sleep which shows how personal that sleep animal is for ENFP or others with the same function stack. Luc also discussed learning styles and how he said it's been debunked. We also talked about him being self above tribe and being a double-decider. Luc said that because he's been typed two years ago, he's had plenty of time to process his type and have a better understanding of it now than back then. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Matt about what it's like to be an ESTP Se-Ti CP/B(S) MM. During this interview, Matt put a solid effort to practice using his Ni-Ti and his Ni-Fe. It was also clear he is lead ST as he liked giving reporter-like facts, especially at the start of the interview. The interview did get derailed as Matt started channel changing away from the topic at hand to talk about other topics which I'm fine with since I'm also an ExxP. However, even as Matt derailed the interview, you can still see him practicing his Ni as well as his other functions. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Jesse about what it's like to be an ENFP Ne-Fi CS/P(B) FF. Out of all the interviews I have done thus far, Jesse is hands down the most introverted person I have ever interviewed. If you look back at the old Myers Briggs scale with the percentage of how introverted or extroverted someone is, I would say that combining it with OPS terms that Jesse is near 1% in terms of blast. We actually discussed this during the interview and Jesse agreed that his blast using the old Myers Briggs terms is probably at the very bottom. Regardless, Jesse shared about his life as an ExxP and still hates being told what to do. He shared a story about being forced to wear black pants with a logo on them and got in trouble for wearing black pants without any logo and he fought against authority for that. Jesse talked about his Masculine Ne and how aggressive he is at consuming. His gathering of information is similar to Ni because he tunnel vision focuses on one subject. However; unlike Ni, if he sees something shiny at the corner of his eye, he has no trouble dropping what he is currently interested in and channel changing to that new and more interesting thing. Jesse also talks about looping and how every 3-5 years or so, he would loop back to previous interest after several channel change. One cool thing about Jesse is he has a job that forces him to train his Si+Te. He works as a tractor mechanic and he has to repair tractors for a living. As a result, he is forced to use his Feminine Si and learn how to make things work in reality. He proudly shared in the interview that he can now fix shower heads. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Bartosz about what it's like to be an ENFJ Fe-Se PB/C(S) MF. The most obvious thing about Bartosz is his info dominant nature. He is very focused on making sure the information accuracy is always on point. Because he is an ExxJ, the identity part of his function is also the area where he would get weird. I really appreciated the part when Bartosz shared a story about himself when he was younger and having a Polish background. He had a teacher point out that Poland was not a crazy until in the early 1900s. This caused Bartosz to use his info-dominant power to fight back and show the principal an encyclopedia debunking the teacher's incorrect lessons. Bartosz also talked about things being not personal with Se, he said if his house burns down, he would be fine even if he won't like it. He also uses Play a lot since it's double activated and uses it to have fun or entertain other people. He talks about using his double masculine ST consume being his main weapon to fight people. He'll smack people on the face with facts if someone tries to attack him. He also uses blast quite a bit but it seems overshadowed by his double activated play. Finally, the area he is working on right now is using that NT sleep last. He said he drives without music on to try to process his thoughts and he also does the same thing when showering. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Iris about what it's like to be an ISFP Fi-Se CS/P(B) FF. Before the interview started, I was joking with Iris that her video looks like she travelled back in the 80s because it looks so retro. When the interview started, we went straight to talking about her Fi. We talked about not always feeling good all the time and it's okay not to feel good. For Fi users, we don't want to "think positive", sometimes, we want to dwell on our negative emotions. We also briefly talked about stoicism. Iris then talked about her Se and how she's using it to compare herself to other people which is not a good thing because social media oftentimes only depict the good side, not the bad side. Iris also talked about her Ni being a big demon and she tends to outsource her long-term goals to someone else. Next, Iris talked about connecting with others through work. She loves using ST play or Te, in general, to work on projects with other people. We then talked about her Ni+Te blast and how she can see it and understand it when people use it but she has trouble using it herself. The last part of our discussion was her sexual modalities and we talked about her being a tester and visual. Watch this interview here:
 
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