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Interviews by ENFP

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Christina about what it's like to be an INTP Ti-Ne CS/P(B) FF. One of the most interesting takeaways from this interview is our discussion of sexual modalities. I learned from Christina that it seems that those with Si will have a favourite scent or taste and focus on those as opposed to testers with Se who needs to try different scents and taste. Christina also talked about her fitness routine when she was in the workforce. She said that while working as a doctor, her work hours were long and the best way for her to increase her energy levels is by keeping up her fitness levels. She said that since retiring, her fitness routine is even more strict than when she was working. Christina also talked about her masculine Ne and how fast it is when she does the process of finding the best route in life to take. Because her Si is feminine, how she reaches her goal is flexible as long as she follows the path she has chosen. We also discussed her fascination with her demon animals and functions, especially her NF play. She said she enjoys NF and it's something she's been working on in her current life situation. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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That was a mouthful. And what is this?

Here is what this means:

ESFP Se-Te PB/S(C) FF:
Play (P) = Te+Se
Blast (B) = Ni+Te
Sleep (S) = Ni+Fi
Consume (C) = Fi+Se

Here's a video explaining how it works:
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Kevin about what it's like to be an ISTP Ti-Se CP/B(S) MF. The interview was interesting because Ashli (his wife) convinced the husband to get typed so he isn't 100% in touch with the whole personality type systems, functions, and did the "translating" during the interview. Kevin is the most extroverted ISTP type, even among other sleep last ISTPs. Kevin also talked about is double feminine NF blast and spreading the Christian gospel to others and how it moves his Fe. His double activated Fe was very obvious as connecting with others emotionally was a high priority for him. His double masculine ST consume was also prominent as he would give sensory reports on what happened to his life and also the obsession with things working in reality. He was making fun of Ashli with her crazy Ne ideas because his ST can tell if her idea was going to work or if it's just crazy. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! First, Amy talked about her masculine Ne and seeing so many possibilities and being very confident about it. She said she avoided getting COVID as a result of her predicting that a certain trip to California would cause that to happen. Amy also talked about her double activated Fi thanks to having consume and sleep in her first three animals. Being lead play, she said she does want to be around people a lot but if she is alone, she also likes it and it does recharge her. Amy has double activated double masculine NF consume which helps her know what she likes and what she doesn't like and also pursue self growth by gathering new information and experiences. Amy also talked about being a tester and having her favourite smells and hating certain scents. Finally, we talked about Amy's confidence and being a decider and being afraid of people yet because of her self-work, she has cultivated an inner peace about herself which is great to see an ExxJ accomplish. Watch this interview here:
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to interview Augusto about what it's like to be an INTJ Ni-Fi SB/P(C) FF. During the interview, Augusto said he is working on his SF consume last by researching shampoo. He said he wants to make his hair look nicer. Augusto is young but because he discovered OPS, he can avoid being a crazy INTJ that never uses their extroverted sensing. This is a good thing because the biggest chaos an INTJ can do to themselves is not using the Se. Augusto talked about his sleep first "owie" report and always being in pain. He also talked about his NT blast and how he gives everyone the same NT solution so he doesn't have to consume what they have to say. Augusto also talked about having double feminine ST play and being flexible when working with other people. He talked about his Ni being fragile because any new Se can topple it over and he has a tendency to try and block out new Se to avoid toppling his Ni. His super power though is that he has Te so if his Ni does get toppled and he feels stupid for not knowing something, he won't get hurt as much because his thinking function is not personal. We came to the conclusion that his real superpower is really his double activated feminine Te. We also talked about him being a tester and he has weird tendencies to want to small anything. He talked about being called out weird for smelling wrenches. Augusto also talked about his inner struggle with blast and consume. He said with consume, he watches old movies that are really popular like Lion King. He also said that sometimes, he'll watch a movie and feel guilty consuming something fun because he feels like he could be working or producing something instead. There's a part of him that feels like it's a waste of time even if he is enjoying the story from the movie he is watching. Watch this interview here:
 

Pionart

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No one uses their tertiary second. It's third. So the idea of a jumper is problematic.

What you're thinking of is subtype, and people can have any or multiple of the 8 functions as a subtype.
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Ashli (jumper ENFP) and Annie (standard ENFP) about their similarities and differences as two different ENFP types. During the interview, Ashli talked about wanting to put the attention on other people as oppose to herself. It's not that Ashli doesn't want to talk about herself but she's very aware how long she has been talking and quickly passes the attention to someone else so they can talk about themselves. Annie said that when she was younger, she was more antsy and couldn't wait for other people to stop talking so she can talk about herself. She said that as she got older, this has changed and she can now engaged in deep listening. Other areas we discussed during the interview is their similarities as ENFPs. Both aspire to succeed in entrepreneurship, both are working at becoming their best self, and both are non-comformist.
 

ENFPMale

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No one uses their tertiary second. It's third. So the idea of a jumper is problematic.

What you're thinking of is subtype, and people can have any or multiple of the 8 functions as a subtype.
I'm using the Objective Personality system where they type people using a double blind scientific method. They've been pretty good at showing concrete proof that jumpers do indeed exist.
 

ENFPMale

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Hello everyone! In this interview, I got a chance to talk to Jamie and Cherie about their similarities and differences as a standard and jumper ISTJ type. For context, the jumper ISTJ type simply jumps over the Te and becomes Si and Fi first as oppose to Si and Te. We started the interview with Cherie and Jamie talking about their observer problems with their phones. Then, we jumped into the topic of talking about the feeling of disrespected for the standard ISTJ and getting tribe hate from the jumper ISTJ. Cherie and Jamie started making fun of me and said that all NT's like wearing cardigan and it's a nerd thing (looks like I'll have to start wearing my cardigan on some interviews). This interview was actually really funny, with the ISTJs observer problems, making fun of self and tribe, and their weirdness with consuming new information. During our discussion about consuming new information, both Jamie and Cherie said they get really weird about consuming new information. They said all they want is to consume what they've already seen but they're not allowed because that's cheating and you need to consume something new. We also started talking about being a double decider and funny enough we started both praising and making fun of IxxP types (double deciders have to be balanced with praising and making fun of otherwise, it becomes weird). It's all in good fun of course because we like IxxPs as friends. Cherie and Jamie also started talking about their masculine Ne and how their predictions tend to be wrong. They said they feel confident about it because it's masculine but because it's a demon, they don't feel responsible for making sure their prediction is right. Finally, we talked about the Fi + Si identity and how it's not good to tie the identity to your role or job. Instead, you need to look at your role or job and see if they tick all the boxes in your top 5 values. If it ticks all the boxes then it's the right job for you and if not then continue the search. Watch this interview here:
 
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