express, and only when i can use the info im interested in gathering it. if it cant be used for some purpose, then im not interested in gathering info. which is why i was an underachiever for most of school.Do you like to gather information more or express information more?
ESTJ is Te-Si-Ne-Fi. i don't have Ne and Si, but i do have Ni and Se. ENTJ is Te-Ni-Se-Fi. that one seems to fit more.There are only two Extroverted types with Te as the first function ENTJ and ESTJ
no problem. atm the only thing i think fits me is EXTJ.Thanks, I don't know what I was thinking about there... :sad:
The ESTJ and ENTJ descriptions might sound similar, but if you look at the cognitive functions, the differences are considerable. An ESTJ will use auxiliary Si and tertiary Ne. An ENTJ will use auxiliary Se and tertiary Ni. And from before in this thread you have concluded that you use Ni and Se much more than Ne and Si. That should really sum things up neatly, I think. Conclusion: ENTJ.no problem. atm the only thing i think fits me is EXTJ.
i come up with things out of nowhere..as for remembering past events..please, i hardly remember where i put things and was a really absent-minded kid. it's definitely Ni.Si - introverted sensing Reviewing past experiences; "what is" evoking "what was"; seeking detailed information and links to what is known; recalling stored impressions; accumulating data; recognizing the way things have always been
Ni - introverted intuiting Foreseeing implications and likely effects without external data; realizing "what will be"; conceptualizing new ways of seeing things; envisioning transformations; getting an image of profound meaning or far-reaching symbols
I use both..both Se and Ne. im not sure which is stronger, but id say Se is.Se - extraverted sensing Experiencing the immediate context; noticing changes and opportunied for action; being drawn to act on the physical world; accumulating experiences; scanning for visible reactions and relevant data; recognizing "what is"
Ne - extraverted intuiting
Interpreting situations and relationships; picking up meanings and interconnections; being drawn to change "what is " for "what could possibly be"; noticing what is not said and threads of meaning emerging across multiple contexts