Myers Briggs 16 Personality Types

Myers Briggs Type Indicator

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MBTI: What makes them tick?

eilamona:

(i.e. how to manipulate appeal to each type)

xNTP - play their curiosity
xNTJ - do something inefficiently (they will take over and do everything instead of you)
xSTP - a well-placed dare
xSFP - play prince charming/damsel in distress
xSTJ - play the naive student (give them something to preach you about)
xSFJ - a guilt trip
xNFJ - a chance to reform you (show them your traumatic childhood issues)
xNFP - make them feel you’re the only one who understands their uniqueness

(via myersandbriggs)

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mbti-unboxed:

publius-virgilia-maro asked about this topic.Sensing and Intuition are different, but they work together. Someone with Intuition (N) can have an idea that will inspire someone with Sensing (S) to come up with concrete details. For instance, an N could come up with an idea, and an S can fill it in with the building blocks that make up the idea. Often there is also a body language of people with S and N: Typically, those with an N preference don’t show their mental or emotional state physically as much as an S does. 
Classic example of the difference between Sensing and Intuition: giving directions. If you’re going to travel with a GPS, an S would find it easier to follow the step-by-step instructions, while an N finds it easier to follow a map.This post brought to you by an ENTP (Misha) who came up with the words and an ENTJ (Mack) who made the graphic. 

mbti-unboxed:

publius-virgilia-maro asked about this topic.

Sensing and Intuition are different, but they work together. Someone with Intuition (N) can have an idea that will inspire someone with Sensing (S) to come up with concrete details. For instance, an N could come up with an idea, and an S can fill it in with the building blocks that make up the idea. Often there is also a body language of people with S and N: Typically, those with an N preference don’t show their mental or emotional state physically as much as an S does. 

Classic example of the difference between Sensing and Intuition: giving directions. If you’re going to travel with a GPS, an S would find it easier to follow the step-by-step instructions, while an N finds it easier to follow a map.

This post brought to you by an ENTP (Misha) who came up with the words and an ENTJ (Mack) who made the graphic. 

(Source: type-unboxed)

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WHO ARE YOU COMPATIBLE TO?

bring-in-the-light:

Jung relationships (based on functions)

Found a rather interesting thing, I’ll post it here.

  • ADVISOR - each has an area of insight that the other lacks.

ENTJ ⇄ ENFP. INFP ⇄ INTJ. ENFJ ⇄ ENTP. INTP ⇄ INFJ. ISFP ⇄ ISTJ. ESFP ⇄ ESTJ. ISTP ⇄ ISFJ. ESTP ⇄ ESFJ.

  • COHORT - mutually drawn…

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I S F J

→ loyal, orderly, sensitive, can be very shy around people they don’t know, but are the sort of person who will always remember your birthday, and are never accidentally offensive. x

(Source: crentist)

Filed under isfj

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cloudmarsh:

MBTI in Fiction: ISFPs enjoy the present moment and what’s going on around them, and like to have their own space and to work within their own time frame. They are loyal and committed to their values and to people who are important to them. (x)

Filed under ISFP

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lets-discuss-this-shall-we asked: Could you make a list of ISTP blogs? And just more ISTP in general?

I’ll be on the lookout for more ISTP blogs, and also for more ISTP posts. for now, here is a cool ISTP blog I like. :)

http://accuratelyistp.tumblr.com/