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  • Type: TiNe
  • Development: ll-l
  • Attitude: Adaptive

hmm so I relate to parts of all of these, but most prominently Theorist and Pragmatist. From the descriptions I think those most resemble Ji and Je in general.. the other two styles sound a lot like Pe and Pi. So:

Activist = Pe

Theorist = Ji, particularly Ti or Fi with conscious Te

Pragmatist = Je

Reflector = Pi, combined with Ji

I’m definitely a “try anything once” kinda person, and am constantly reaching outside my comfort zone in order to grow. Other than that though, I prolly relate to Activist least. I think I’m like 50% Theorist, 30% Pragmatist and 20% Reflector. I’ve realized lately that practicality and social impact (Fe) factor hugely into my thinking tho. I start with forming a concept of the reality of a problem, but that almost always flows into forming possible solutions and ways to present them to others so they’ll be influenced to implement them. I can literally be quoted as saying “There is always a better way” XD

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