Brace yourselves. Huge message is coming.
If you are an ENTP and you are feeling lost, please give this message a shot.
I may come off a bit harsh, however I am always open to criticism.
I am an enneagram 8 ENTP, so although I identify a lot with the ENTP description, some...
Hello fellow ENFJs, I was wondering am I the only who gets really angry when someone breaks the rules.
Situation 1: Professor at my college tries to skip the line to the parking but I stick my car infront of his so that he doesnt get infront of me.
Situation 2: Someone talks really loud in a...
In a past relationship in high school, I pushed my xSFJ boyfriend to question rules and to attempt to re-negotiate them if they seemed unfair. I just wanted him to talk to his parents more.
We regularly had explosive fights, but it wasn't until the end of the relationship that he revealed just...
Maybe that's just where I live.
I love informal debating, and anytime I raise a point, my conversation partner's rebuttal is 'because those are the rules.' Is it inaccurate to expect more of them? I think not, but maybe this is just the folly of humankind. Everyone is domineering...
I said to a friend I'd visit him as soon as I get a new passport, he said you're welcome to visit at these and these dates. Do I need to thank him for the invitation, or is it ok with me saying I'll be over as soon as I can?
A post by @Vishalmisra
Whether the reader of this article is an ENFP, or indeed knows an ENFP; they should (theoretically) report a love of individual freedom as characteristic to the ENFP mindset. So what does liberty mean to the ENFP?
The ENFP is a strange creature, we are swift to resist...
Which is a better midset to succeed in life - Result Orientation or Process Orientation?
Do you believe the end justifies the means even if it requires great risk and rule breaking , or do you think "It's about the journey, not the destination"?
So this thread is intended for ENFP's to share those values of ours that we hold so dearly and don't often show. We tend to ignore traditional rules of society, like not flirting with everyone we see, being on time, cleaning things, not accidentally leaving your kid at the supermarket, blah blah...
I thought this was very accurate and interesting. I did not come up with this. What do you guys make of this?
ENTJ: I make the rules.
ESTJ: I've written down the rules and made copies for everyone.
ESFJ: I've bent over backwards to fulfill all the rules.
ENFJ: Rules are great – they help us...
SJs are known for being "by the book" and being traditionalists in general. They usually come off to other temperaments as either bossy or stuck up.
Seeing other temperaments bashing SJs is not an uncommon sight. However, I don't think I've noticed people asking why do SJs like to stick to the...
It seems to be very INTP-like to have certain rules, procedures, social norms (or even laws) we disagree with and disregard even with bad consequences at stake.
What are some personal examples and why do you disregard them?
This is from Miyamoto Musashi, arguably the awesomest ISTP there ever was. Written at the end of his life as principles for his students to live by.
If you like this, pick up his The "Book of Five Rings." It's bloody awesome. A hint of what's in there...