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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Know Your Type: ISFP

    Composer Producer: ISFP

    Relationships
    The ISFP is likely to enjoy the spontaneity of a friendship. This is good and bad because if you like structuring the ISFP may frustrate people with their constant new thoughts and need for inspiration
    The ISFP is non-imposing and cares about others feelings. In love relationships they may seem less than serious but in reality they are always trying to change to make better. Standing still is a great fear for the ISFP.
    They enjoy the excitement that family reunions can bring especially the opportunity to share new ideas. If the family is constricting this will have a really negative effect on ISFP.

    Career
    The ISFP enjoys a challenge and working with people. They tend to understand fields that produce new thought patterns and are often found in the field of psychology or medical research. They will usually have the need for human service so an action effect scenario is often craved. Other popular ISFP career directions include: Bookkeeper, Dental Assistant, Radiology Technologist, Botanist and Social Worker.

    Education
    The ISFP can often be viewed as the "daydreamer". They will often question the "now" and can be a little obnoxious in their dogmatic view of education. The ISFP doesn’t always crave higher education.

    Famous ISFP Personality Types

    • Brooke Shields - actress
    • Dan Quayle - American Vice President
    • Doris Day - actress, singer
    • Fred Astaire - actor, dancer
    • Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis - First Lady
    • John Travolta - actor
    • Kevin Costner - actor
    • Liberace - entertainer
    • Marie Antoinette - Archduchess of Austria, Queen of France
    • Millard Fillmore - American President
    • Steven Spielberg - filmmaker
    • Ulysses S. Grant - American President

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    Unknown Personality

    When you say 'daydreamer' what ways is this similar to an INFP or different to one, because aren't they supposed to be quite 'daydreamer-ish' or is this a noobie philosophy?

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I would say the notion of a daydreamer, meant by them for the ISFP, is roughly the same to the INFP in a basic description. I wouldn't get too hung up on the word if I were you.
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    ISFP - The Artists

    Quote Originally Posted by cardinalfire View Post
    When you say 'daydreamer' what ways is this similar to an INFP or different to one, because aren't they supposed to be quite 'daydreamer-ish' or is this a noobie philosophy?
    Sometimes my brain just goes off in it's own direction, without much warning. You might think I am watching TV or playing a computer game and my mind will be a million miles away. Sometimes words keep running through my head and they will come back to me time after time after time until I get somewhat frustrated, stop whatever it is I am doing and write them down. Rarely do they come as a completed product, but many times I only have to add a little bit. Poems that just end up on my screen, and all I had to do was apply the correct technical mechanics to make it work. I am not saying this happens all the time, but when it does, it's the 'daydreaming' effect that brings it to me. My brain is working very fast in it's own methods, effectively tuning out everything around me. When asked questions that take some time to process to get the 'whole' answer together... I will find myself staring out a window, staring through a wall, staring at something and nothing at all....
    I think this is the daydreaming aspect of the ISFP.
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    Unknown Personality

    I tend to need 'quiet time' to work through things and my feelings are only ever better if I go home and come to my own conclusions, I usually put my feelings on the back burner if I feel it will ruin the current situation, a bit type 9 more than ISFP in a way. Rarely do I day dream, without conscious decision, I usually make time for chilling and going through things in my head.
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    ISFP - The Artists

    Quote Originally Posted by gonecrazytoo View Post
    Sometimes my brain just goes off in it's own direction, without much warning. You might think I am watching TV or playing a computer game and my mind will be a million miles away. Sometimes words keep running through my head and they will come back to me time after time after time until I get somewhat frustrated, stop whatever it is I am doing and write them down. Rarely do they come as a completed product, but many times I only have to add a little bit. Poems that just end up on my screen, and all I had to do was apply the correct technical mechanics to make it work. I am not saying this happens all the time, but when it does, it's the 'daydreaming' effect that brings it to me. My brain is working very fast in it's own methods, effectively tuning out everything around me. When asked questions that take some time to process to get the 'whole' answer together... I will find myself staring out a window, staring through a wall, staring at something and nothing at all....
    I think this is the daydreaming aspect of the ISFP.
    I daydream all the time. I enjoy them sometimes but other times it can be distracting if I'm trying to pay attention.
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    ISFP - The Artists

    FYI
    I am a bookkeeper by trade. ;-P
    home healthcare on the weekends.
    Very typical of both ISFJ & ISFP.
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    ISFP - The Artists

    I've love to get a job at a Barnes and Noble or library or something. I really like being around books even though I haven't felt like reading them in a long time :( I'm probably going to go into dental or psychology field
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    ISFP - The Artists

    I had a fallout wid bookshow depressing//
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    ISFP - The Artists

    I just love how books look, I don't know what it is. I would love to own a library of my own, and I wouldn't even read all the books. As strange as it sounds.
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