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  1. General Psychology
    I find that I have more self-control and discipline over my actions, when I view myself from the outside (looking from the third person), like from the top looking down at myself typing on the computer. This might explain how certain people appear to have so much discipline and self-control...
  2. Enneagram Personality Theory Forum
    I'm trying to establish Talleyrand's ennea type, regarding his mbti, majority sees him as an ENTP - but I heard not one suggestion of his enneagram. Some of his traits: -Faith in his beliefs/views and greater disregard for others opinion to an extent when it was only necessary to twist his...
  3. General Psychology
    So says a study recently published in an academic journal. Sounds counterintuitive, but it's an interesting finding nonetheless:
  4. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Hey guys. I just had an experience today where I was very happy and getting confident on a new clothing style, but one bad comment (from a jealous person) ruined my mood for the rest of the day. I learned in another thread that our dominant function, Ne, essentially multiplies the possiblities...
  5. INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    Without using the word "procrastination:" What is self control to you? You may say you don't have it, but do you think that Ti allows for a higher deal of self control in some things over others? What qualities may allow for a higher degree of self control while allowing for Ti-Ne...
  6. Blog
    Tokugawa Ieyasu was famous for his patience. His patience was so great that he persisted at his goal to unite Japan until he achieved it at the age of 60. In the process, he survived all his fearsome rivals by waiting for the right moment to seize power. It is for his great patience and...
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