Does anyone has a good description of SEE- Dominant subtype?

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    Does anyone has a good description of SEE- Dominant subtype?

    And tips on how to recognize them? and ways in which they differ from other SEE subtypes?



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    SEE

    Hope these help


    https://www.sociotype.com/socionics/types/SEE-ESFp/

    https://www.sociotype.com/socionics/...ESFp/subtypes/

    https://www.the16types.info/vbulleti...ion-(Filatova)

    Sensory-Ethical Extratim - ESFp (The Ambassador)

    https://www.reddit.com/r/mbti/commen...unctions_esfp/

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    Not really, sorry. These are general descriptions of esfps, i am looking for something that describes especially the dominant subtype of esfp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raiza1990 View Post
    Not really, sorry. These are general descriptions of esfps, i am looking for something that describes especially the dominant subtype of esfp.
    What do you particularly want to know? There's a slim chance, that I'm one, if by dominant subtype you meant SEE-Se subtype.

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    ILI, female, so let me guess what she wants. She'd like any knowledge that lets you spot a SEE dual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raiza1990 View Post
    Not really, sorry. These are general descriptions of esfps, i am looking for something that describes especially the dominant subtype of esfp.
    They are like your average ESFp, not much of a difference.

    The way to tell Dominant subtype is that they speak similar to a blustering hurricane. There isn't any beating around the bush with them. They are often too straightforward and they lack some finesse in expression that Harmonizing and Creative subtypes have. Always ready to start something, motivate others to take action, or organize some event or a trip, as Dominant subtypes typically do. Talkative and initiating. Definitely not the quiet or lazy sit-at-home type. If you're Normalizing subtype they will motivate you and push you into some direction pretty quickly.

    Here is an example of SEE-D - video. Even if you don't know the language it's rather easy to hear that she's Dominant subtype by the way that she speaks, which is confidently pressing on and on in the conversation, not leaving much room for the other guy to speak.

    Basically look for people who initiate things and take initiative. That's the easiest way to spot the Dominant subtype.
    Last edited by Sylas; 06-12-2019 at 07:04 PM.

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    SEE

    They are like your average ESFp, not much of a difference.

    Actually, I disagree with that. I think their are some differences between how the two systems describe ESFP. I suppose you just have to read the socionics description's to see what I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hicks View Post
    Actually, I disagree with that. I think their are some differences between how the two systems describe ESFP. I suppose you just have to read the socionics description's to see what I mean.
    How is the D SEE described, then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylas View Post
    How is the D SEE described, then?

    Socionics breaks down the functions scientifically and explains what the implications of having the functions are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hicks View Post
    Socionics breaks down the functions scientifically
    This didn't happen.


     
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