An in-depth look at ENFP careers, jobs, and majors, including analysis of their predominant Holland / RIASEC career interest areas. INTP 42% INFP 33% ENFP 11% ENTP 5% INTJ 3%. One is from Purdue, which says it’s the ENTP or ESTP. From personal experience, I can communicate better with ENTP or ENFP, and I think.
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The MBTI sorts for type and each type has a specific function order. Additionally, every type uses all four types of functions, Intuition, Sensing, Thinking, and Feeling. Your type however determines the order and attitude of these functions. You can test it out at kisa. Note that each 4 letter type has corresponding functions that give a deeper and richer understanding of each type. Many people like to learn about their type online for free where there is quite a lot of unreliable information floating around, therefore, one must be careful about dealing with misconceptions.
Socionics Description: The Best ENFP Guide Ever
There are many reasons behind this proliferation of bad information: Multiple Models and Truly Understanding the Types. My Analysis of Functions. Solving the Most Common Mistypes. The Adventure of the Mistyped Consulting Detective. Building Blocks of Personality Type: The Enneagram categorises human personality into nine types.
It’s the work of Oscar Ichazo and Claudio Naranjo. While MBTI measures the how we perceive our world and make decisions, Enneagram describes why we do what we do, relating to our innermost motivations, fears and desires.
In combination with MBTI enneagram is a potent tool for understanding yourself and others.
Enneagram’s subreddit is here: Socionics is quite similar to MBTI but has some slightly difference nuances. It adds focus to intertype relations and analysis of functions. The Socionics subreddit is here: Socionics types are the same to their MBTI counterparts. However, there is a discrepancy with introverts. I’ve read a lot of type descriptions from various places, some bad and some very good, and The descriptions themselves are decent, but I think my dissatisfaction with them comes from how they will most likely rob validity from the MBTI in the opinions of newcomers who are already hearing things like “the MBTI is just a glorified horoscope” and other such condemnations.
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Especially in the INFJ section: Purdue takes it a step further by saying that if a person understands psychic phenomena, he is likely to be an INFJ. This wording gives me the impression of plagiarism from other descriptions because it’s understanding is slightly skewed–like if purdje person came to that conclusion about INFJ’s independently, they wouldn’t word it like that.
There goes my Ni coming to conclusions that are hard to quantify and verbalize explicitly. It’s clear from all the bigshots with half a B. Do we really need these typo-riddled type descriptions treating psychic phenomena and ESP as if they both exist and can be explained as a function of personality?
I mean, don’t get me wrong. It’s pretty comprehensive with lots of sections that other type descriptions lack.
They aren’t academic files, as I just jumped the gun and assumed they would be since it’s a University page. That’s one thing that bugs me as well in INFJ descriptions. I mean, psychic premonitions, I guess most of those descriptions might have come from a time when pyrdue things were considered probable? On personality forums, INFJs are the most likely type to post about their “aura colors” and similar topics.
Of course, not all INFJs are like this. I’m pretty sure they ripped those off of some site, or else some ennfp ripped theirs.
Submit a new text post. To understand how the 4 letters code for functions Note that each 4 letter type has corresponding functions that give a deeper and richer understanding of each type. Purrue to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.
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