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  1. [Generation Z] Comparing Life in 2018 to life 20 years ago (1998)

    Generation Z Forum
    Yes, even though I was born in 2004 and have my own nostalgia. I decided to see what life is like now vs 20 years ago, here are some stuff I know so far 20 years ago 1998 Windows 98 Less PC Half-Life, Spyro, etc PS1 Colorful Clothing No electric instruments or auto-tune (though invented in...
  2. A Hard Lesson to Learn

    A Hard Lesson to Learn It has been more than 30 years ago since I graduated high school. In my senior year, my last semester, I needed an English credit, so I took “Creative Writing.” Now this class had prerequisites that made it impossible for a freshman or sophomore to take it. It was mostly...
  3. [INFJ] If you could live in any place in any time and if you could do whatever you want...

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    ...which place and time period you would choose and what would you do? These could be real or imaginary. You can takeover the real or imaginary person's life and live it as your own by being this particular person or only having their life. If you want, you can do whatever you want in the...
  4. [INTJ] Fate, Destiny, and Time

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Some people call it "fate" some call it "destiny". When I was younger, I never really believed in it. I wanted / needed to think that I was in control. The older I get, the more I think there is something to this... I just read a really old post, from 7 years ago: I like to think of time as a...
  5. Personality as Testaments or Physical Manifestations of Effects of Time

    General Psychology
    People experience time differently, and it's scientifically shown that children experience time as moving slower than adults, and the older you get, the faster time appears to move (and slower is the person's reaction time). Interestingly, the cognitive functions in MBTI also deal with time...
  6. Help, Advice, Suggestions: How do I manage, or balance out my lifestyle?

    Advice Center
    Hi, and thanks for taking the time to read this. So I was wondering, what do you guys do to manage your time wisely, or balance out your time? If anyone could help me out here, *School everyday - mon to fri from 7am-3:30pm *Sports everyday at 6-8pm * I HAVE HOMEWORK LIKE PRETTY MUCH EVERY...
  7. [ENTP] What percentage of your time do you spend alone?

    ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    They say that ENTPs are the most introverted extrovert. This is mostly attributed to the ENTPs fascination with the realm of ideas and I think that this could lead to a lot of alone time. This is really just one variable of introversion-extroversion, but it can be demonstrative of a lot if we...
  8. Intuitive/Sensing and Analog/Digital Watches?

    NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects
    I have a theory that Intuitives are more likely to prefer analog watch faces, while Sensors are more likely to prefer digital. Since this is posted within the NT forum, I'm expecting the majority of you guys to prefer analog. Let's see.
  9. [Enneagram Type 7] Sevens- Boredom and Stagnation?

    Type 7 Forum - The Enthusiast
    Any people with the Seven enneagram who feel quite stagnant. Stuck between freedom and all the options available so you end up just wandering around inefficiently, with your time wasted on doing menial things?
  10. [ENFP] Giving ENFPs "Space" (INFP)

    ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Before I go into this, I am very much aware that MBTI is a guideline and cannot confirm how friendships or relationships work out! Therefore this thread is me voicing what is happening whilst I continue to progress in all that I do: I've come to the conclusion that after an odd downhill(ish)...
  11. [ENFP] Getting an ENFP Dad to Plan and Schedule?

    ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    I made this account specifically to ask this question as I am at a loss, and who better to ask about ENFPs than ENFPs themselves? My ENFP father, who I live with, is constantly breaking plans, going against schedules, you get the idea hopefully. It's like he has no concept of time and does not...
  12. [INFJ] How do you order a meal in a restaurant?

    INFJ Forum - The Protectors
    I'd like to know how INFJ's behave in a restaurant setting. Do you always go for the same thing? Do you try to be adventurous? Do you like trying new foods? Do you look at the menu, and if so for how long? Whenever I go out for a meal I always take my time to read through the menu (5 Minutes)...
  13. [INTJ] Opinions about time travel

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    Hello! :exterminate: I'm just curious, what the other INTJ people think about time travel. What's your opinion? It is possible? Or not? Will be able to travel in time in the future? Would time travel be dangerous? Or we just can't change the past? And what about John Titor? Let's discuss...
  14. [ENTP] The perception of time in MBTI

    ENTP Forum- The Visionaries
    It's interesting that in the evolution of our survival, we developed functions that enabled us to navigate time despite our existing belief that in survival, physical awareness and existence is the most fundamental element which I attribute mostly to western imperialist culture. For example...
  15. [Generation Y] What are the 3 biggest fears of our generation ?

    Generation Y Forum
    Fear is the most powerful driving force for change. As we as a generation are today responsible for the world we want to live in, it's interesting to figure out what are those fears so that we can put them behind us to push us, rather than keeping them unconsciously in front of us, stopping us...
  16. How's your efficiency with times ?

    SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators
    Hi guys, i need to know how long you spend your time on internet?? not specifically on PerC, but in general. additional questions : 1. what browser are you use now? 2. how much the add-ons? 3. everything you can add Let's say internet advice from every type for everyone. Thanks
  17. Time & The Moment - A Very Pointless Tangent.

    What's the point of time? does it exist? or does it stand merely to make life somewhat structured. Maybe time is another dimension. I like to think of the moment, which now has passed, continuously, as I write this and you read this. Who's to say the moment ever dies? The fragment of...
  18. [INTJ] What are your views on tracking time to be more productive?

    INTJ Forum - The Scientists
    I was just spending my Friday evening explaining the cognitive functions for a friend when I remembered this place, and I got curious on how INTJs would view something. I have built a webapp on the concept that tracking time is beneficial in improving ones self-dicipline. And that focusing on...
  19. [INTP] Imaginary Time?!?!

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
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  20. Eye contact holding and MBTI type

    Myers Briggs Forum
    Hello guys! I was looking for some jokes around the internet and I came around this one (not really a joke): "sustained eye contact for more than 3 seconds can mean two things: a strong desire for sex or for murderer." When I read this I thought if there where difference (of time) on types or if...