Quick Tips to Identifying different MBTI Types

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This is a discussion on Quick Tips to Identifying different MBTI Types within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; I'm really bad at typing and I'm sure there there are people like me out there. This is to help ...

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Quick Tips to Identifying different MBTI Types

    I'm really bad at typing and I'm sure there there are people like me out there. This is to help those people learn how to type faster and easier, so when giving type tips- give as many tips for as many types as you want every little bit helps.So to get the ball rolling I'll start it off, I'm unfamiliar with most types but I do know ENFJ's really well here a quick couple of tips.

    ENFJ's can be super overprotective and very quick to judge people who oppose those they care about.

    They are get it done people who have an uncanny understanding of those around them.



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    ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers

    Quick and dirty, right?

    Dominant sensors don't like it when you talk about the potential or this hunch you have about something. They consider it BS unless you back that shit up with evidence.

    Dominant intuitives get annoyed when you shoot their hunches or claims about the potential of something down and think you are being narrow minded.

    Dominant thinkers like putting things in boxes and Big Concepts.

    Dominant feelers will make judgements on things and opinions on if something is "good" or "bad" or "nice" or "mean" or whatever.

    Extroverts regard their own selves as uncharted territory. Introverts treat the external world the same way.


     

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