The team with the most points is better.
The team with the fewest fouls is better.
I'd rather watch a show on how sewing machines are made.
I'd rather watch a show about people sewing to bring joy to others.
The most qualified should get the job.
The one who needs it most should get the job.
I don't want to have to consider how it will affect others.
I don't want to have to decide without knowing how it will affect others.
Buy from the company that will be around longest.
Buy from the company that treats their employees the best.
How a detective puts clues together to solve a case is more interesting.
How a detective gets along in the social dynamic is more interesting.
I prefer an intriguing and well-developed plot.
I prefer intriguing and well-developed characters.
This is a discussion on Questions for ENTJs within the ENTJ Forum - The Executives forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Transcendence 5. Buy from the company that threats their employees the best. I bet you've been taking ...
T: the ability to anticipate and plan for obstacles realistically
F: the ability to anticipate people's needs and reactions
I was thinking that planning for obstacles would be things like making sure we have enough gas. But my wife's a Feeler and she would plan for that as well. So I needed something where the obstacles would be in conflict with people's needs, but I didn't want to do a hire/fire one because I already had one. So then I thought of people who don't shop at Wal-Mart because they don't like how much they pay their employees and will instead pay more for the same products elsewhere. They would also be considering how other people will view their buying habits and if they approve of them. That's the "reactions" part.
But the T's "anticipating obstacles" part would make them more buy from someplace that will still be around like if they need the product repaired later or need the warranty to still be good.
I know not to vote, but wanted to say that I tend to do both...anticipate people's reactions, and anticipate/plan for obstacles realistically. I truly think I do them equally. When I was younger (not that I'm old), I definitely anticipated people's actions/reactions more than I planned for obstacles. I simply improvised when I ran into obstacles, which worked for me. What I'm trying to say is, 30 year old Feeler me would have much different answers now than 20 year old Feeler me.
This is where I think age should be considered in Personality theory. I know for sure when I was simply living in Ne Fi mode, my opinions, decision making, and even interests were different than they are now with Te and Si more in the picture.
And if I had to choose, I know I would DEFINITELY rather watch a show on how sewing machines are made than a show about sewing to bring joy to others. Fi and Fe are alike, but they are also pretty different.
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