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This is a discussion on ENFJ - If you had 50 million dollars what would you do with it? within the ENFJ Forum - The Givers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; I am looking to learn more about each personality type so please answer for your personality. As an INFP I ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    ENFJ - If you had 50 million dollars what would you do with it?

    I am looking to learn more about each personality type so please answer for your personality.

    As an INFP I would give it away and help people that need it more than myself. Of course I would keep enough so I would not have to work in the future. But I wonder what others would do with such a large amount of money?
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    A chunk of it would go to take care of things like buying my own house (not a big fancy one, just a comfortable one with room for a future family), paying off my parent's debt, perhaps a cozy home for my parents and possibly my brother, and a more reliable car.

    A chunk of it would go toward some sort of investment or multiple investments.

    A chunk would be put into multiple savings accounts: one as a "just in case" fund, and some smaller ones for my future children.

    Let's assume that would leave around 1/2 of the sum after all of that. I'd support a few more kids through World Vision, and set up some sort of trust fund for them in case something were to happen to me. I'd probably build an orphanage; probably in Cambodia. Who knows, maybe I'd build more than one. Whatever is left after that would go toward missionary work, humanitarian efforts, anti-trafficing organizaitons, and things like digging wells in the third world.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by mutton View Post
    A chunk of it would go to take care of things like buying my own house (not a big fancy one, just a comfortable one with room for a future family), paying off my parent's debt, perhaps a cozy home for my parents and possibly my brother, and a more reliable car.

    A chunk of it would go toward some sort of investment or multiple investments.

    A chunk would be put into multiple savings accounts: one as a "just in case" fund, and some smaller ones for my future children.

    Let's assume that would leave around 1/2 of the sum after all of that. I'd support a few more kids through World Vision, and set up some sort of trust fund for them in case something were to happen to me. I'd probably build an orphanage; probably in Cambodia. Who knows, maybe I'd build more than one. Whatever is left after that would go toward missionary work, humanitarian efforts, anti-trafficing organizaitons, and things like digging wells in the third world.

    I would expect nothing less from an ENFJ. Take very little for yourself and then everything else go to other people. I hope you get to do all those things in your life time.

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    Pay off college debt (500,000?), take a little for financial security (3 million), buy my dad a BMW 3 series (150,000), create a couple of college funds for any possible children (250,000 each) and donate the rest to charity.

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    you guys are the givers :O

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    ENFJ - The Givers

    I would make sure my Grandparents and family is taken care of, then I will shower my friends with gifts galore. not just friends.. even my associates will be showered with gifts. and people who have touched my life in any ways.. that lady from the grocery store will be rewarded for showing me kindness that one day when i was feeling down. and that charismatic bank teller who had awesome customer service skills, people like that will take part in my wealth. Ill even send them a letter stating why they deserve the gift.

    I will give money to different charities

    lastly, me and my core group of friends will travel the world for like a 3 month vacation.

    any money left over will be invested and put to good use in ensuring i live a comfortable life til i die.

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    well, 50 million is a bit absurd, so assuming that I take what i need to live comfortably, never doing any real, forced work, and being able to travel for the rest of my life or do the peace corps thing indefinatly, I would probably give it all away.
    some african village would be swimming in it (literally) but i would go down there with it and actually have a say in how it is used, and who controls it.
    philanthropist part 2 i guess.

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    ENFJ - The Givers

    Ok if I got 50 million all at once I know I'd only get half or a little less of it but I would defiantly pay off my college debts, give my mom enough to get out of her debts, do the same for my dad, give a little to the friends that need it (I'd probably give a little bit to all of my closer friends) and I'd probably save the rest for retirement. I'd probably continue to work as well as finish college while managing the rest of the 50 million till I retire.

    ~EBD


     

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