Posted by ISTP (188.8.131.52) on September 02, 2003 at 20:06:01:
In Reply to: Re: MBTI- Is your motivation case senitive? posted by Bertram Ostrer (184.108.40.206) on September 01, 2003 at 23:51:48:
> Think of a time you impulsively acted stupidly -- you know, when you did something whose injurious consequences you could have avoided by being rational instead of impulsive.
> Then ask "WHY did that behavior seem like a good idea at the time?"
> If you can answer that question with honesty and awareness, you might have a real clue on your hands.
> If you've never acted impulsively, maybe you have no type. If so, I'd like to meet you someday, just so I can say I've met the typeless wonder, who is a lucky, blessed freak.
I can't say that I have done anything implusively. I do things from time to time that might seem impulsive but I always think things out first. I say I'm the most like a 5 because I do think everything out but how I then choose to act is often not even close to how a 5 typically acts. But how I act does seem to fit well into the MBTI-types. . .you make it sound like the enneagram it is the bible(All the books and stuff tends to do that to pplz).
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