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  1. #181

    Why should I trust this... Even if can share some traits to some personlities more than others. I think I am more unique than just 4 letters.

  2. #182

    Quote Originally Posted by Lynway View Post
    INTP here. The place of INTP, INFP, ISTJ looks relevant to me.

    INTP me > Decided to be a freelancer (you know, Ti/Ne-way of life). Ti-Ne usually have very low material need. I have a good daily salary, but my needs didn't grow with my salary. (You know, the "Ti-rules") Every time my salary goes up, I decide to work less and to live more. Meaning, when my pay goes up, my annual salary doesn't really go up.

    Now, I take job only if : "I immediately need money because I'll die of starvation" or "It's a interesting one" or "It's a crappy one but HELL the pay is high". All my jobs are very short, because I get bored fast.
    But don't you want as much money as possible in order to save up for the future?
    For example, if you pay off your house, then your expenditures go down, and you can work less. Plus there's less stress because you don't have to constantly make money in order to be homeless.

    I don't quite get how it's common for INTPs to be carefree about their external world. I'm low-maintenance materially in the sense that all I need is a nice computer with internet, a bed, essentials like a kitchen/bathroom, and some privacy. I spend very little outside of necessities. But I want to have control over my own fate, which means I need as much money as possible. Am I an abnormal INTP in the sense that I would be worried about whether or not I'm homeless being constantly re-decided by uncertain conditions prone to change?

  3. #183

    @dizzycactus :
    "Minimum savings" already calculated, already had my share of "work overload" to save up for my future. Thus, my "minimum saving = ok level" so I don't have to work "more" for now, just have to work "a little" so that my savings don't go down. Yes, I need to have some control, yes I care about having a home, yes I need money. But not as much as most of people. So I don't need to work more -for now-.

    But if I lose everything or if the world-living conditions suddenly change, I'll work again to reach my new-minimum-saving-level. (I'd also need to gain more money if I wanted to invest in a project that costs a lot of money.)

    So no, you're not a "abnormal INTP" at all.
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  5. #184

    its on average, though for what demographic it does not specify. most likely the u.s.@slagasaurus
    Last edited by Tipo; 02-09-2017 at 02:32 PM. Reason: operator error

  6. #185

    I agree with @dizzycactus that the freedom money provides is important to me while owning golden door handles and multiple luxury cars is not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glitter Polska View Post
    I agree with @dizzycactus that the freedom money provides is important to me while owning golden door handles and multiple luxury cars is not.
    Cosigned on this. I want to be financially independent (holding assets that generate enough passive income to meet ones needs). Even just getting close to that point would allow me to only work when I wanted to and live off the unearned income when I didn't want to work as much.
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  8. #187

    The one thing most of these surveys say is that ESFJs are happy with their jobs, and I usually have been. Don't know what that proves, but it is what it is.

  9. #188

    Holy roasted bear balls... those ENTJ demographics....fuck, gotta live up to the name.

  10. #189

    A bit ridiculous to call an ENTP a pragmatist! There is nothing pragmatic about someone who argues without meaning to (including with authority figures), who can't organise themself out of a paper bag (well they can plan to organise themselves out of it, but get bored in the execution so go off an make a better plan to do something more interesting).

    Difficult to read graphs.. no idea what the one with the bars next to the people says.

    Also are 65% of women really feelers, or do thinking women just want to be feelers so when someone asks them what they "prefer". I know it would be a hell of alot easier if I was a feeler... it's not easy to be an opinionated woman who debates everything... forever been seen as "aggressive"... I'd love to live in harmony but it will never happen cos I value truth too highly....

    Similarly with 60% of men being thinkers... really?

    I'm much more inclined to think it's closer to 50% for each gender.

  11. #190

    Quote Originally Posted by Stawker View Post
    Holy roasted bear balls... those ENTJ demographics....fuck, gotta live up to the name.
    All the ENTJs I met were pretty kick arse. I mean- a brain like mine and they can get shit done! What a combination! No excuse for not doubling everyone else's salary LOL. Kind of intimidating though. (And that's coming from a female ENTP...!) ;-)

    (When I'm in kick arse mode, I'm in ENTJ mode. Wears me out though... it's easy enough for someone to distract me into some tangent and before I know it I'm off solving all the world's problems or imagining some weird alternate reality or something other than what I'm meant to be doing.)

    And that is why ENTPs don't make money. We are too busy understanding stuff to do stuff (e.g. I have 6 degrees... why? Who knows? Each one seemed a good idea at the time.). And why we are NOT pragmatic!
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