First Question - Choose to answer "yes" to one of A, B, C or D

Watch as a leader, be it the CEO or someone arranging a restaurant for a neighbours gathering.

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A. Is the person in front of you on about
goals, results, milestones and outcomes?

That's High D.

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B. Is the person in front of you overflowing with
ideas, creative solutions and optimism?

That's High I.

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C. Is the person in front of you on about
relationships, team culture, existing methods
and maintaining the status quo?

That's High S.

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D. Is the person in front of you on about
quality, facts and why it's so important
to do things right the first time?

That's High C.

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Second Question - Choose to answer "yes" to one of E, F, G or H

Watch behaviour if you think the person is having a GOOD day.

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E. Is the person in front of you competitive,
demanding, determined, strong-willed and purposeful?

That's High D.

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F. Is the person in front of you sociable,
dynamic, demonstrative, enthusiastic and persuasive?

That's High I.

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G. Is the person in front of you caring,
encouraging, sharing, patient and relaxed?

That's High S.

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H. Is the person in front of you cautious,
precise, deliberate, questioning and formal?

That's High C.

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Third Question - Choose to answer "yes" to one of I, J, K or L

Watch behaviour if you think the person is having a BAD day.

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I. Is the person in front of you aggressive,
controlling, driving, overbearing and intolerant?

That's High D.

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J. Is the person in front of you excitable,
frantic, indiscreet, flamboyant and hasty?

That's High I.

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K. Is the person in front of you docile,
bland, plodding, reliant and stubborn?

That's High S.

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L. Is the person in front of you stuffy,
indecisive, suspicious, cold and reserved?

That's High C.

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Fourth Questions - 1 to 16 below.
Be assisted by the Oxor Nickname™.
Or assisted by the Snarky Nickname™.
Or assisted by the Snarky Sentence™.
Or assisted by the Gustometer™.
Or assisted by the Tell Tale Signs™.
Or assisted by the Personal Motivated Forgetting™.
Or assisted by using the MBTI letters.
Or assisted by checking out some real people.
Choose 1 of the 16 - that's it!

Match the most factors with what you observe of the other person.

For High D it must be options 1-4 only; for High I 5 - 8 only; for High S 9 - 12 only and for High C 13 - 15 only.

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1. Is the person in front of you the DEMANDING Director - ESTJ?

I am the one that thinks I am in charge of everything and everyone.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Skeptical and stern look; Appears to be smirking and smiling at first like an Appraiser but goes back to stern look;
Lack elegance in their look; earthly beings but tart that up by dressing with a professional air;
A look that looks as if they are totally in this world and not looking to the future;
Intonation of speech makes them sound practical.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Organized; Punctual; Leader.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: The opportunity to enforce the rules. They cannot resist telling the story of how that man who went past the "stay out" sign ended up hospitalized.

Oxor Nickname™: The Loathed Bureaucrat.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Let's do it this way; no THIS way; MY way.

Snarky Sentence™: You do not qualify for this, because of “x, y and haha let’s not forget z”, get out of my office....hey put the sweets back - these are for paying customers only.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When they fear losing their independence.

Oxor Spontaneity Gauge™: 11/16. Spontaneity can only be an exciting diversion from their primary mission.

Gustometer™: Assertive and driven; likes having things in order. The executive who can swiftly identify whether something is useless or mildly tolerable.
A bossy, control freak who lives to promote hierarchies.
The de-individualizer; the Fascist.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Appear very direct, organized and in control. They want to get things done and cross items off their checklists – in fact, they usually have a checklist nearby to make sure they are staying on track. They are decisive and hate procrastinating or dilly-dallying about anything – forward movement in all of their goals or projects is important to them and they tend to be hard-workers.
When expressing an opinion, there tends to be a tone of “you should” or “you ought to” in what they are saying. They also tend to preface everything they say by giving an overview first. e.g.: “We need to cut down on budget costs. Here’s an overview of how we can get started.” They tend to have an “If this, then that” approach to life. Everything they do seems to be a result of many yes/no (Boolean) decisions.
Like to have things organized and streamlined in their outer world. They create structures, systems and rules for things so that life goes smoothly and everyone knows their part.
With children and treating adults as children: Do their best to communicate with children, but they can be somewhat stern. Poor babysitter accordingly.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 2/16. They often only think within traditions and culture. They love what they have seen work before and they absolutely hate to change anything if it works. Often their opinions are based on presumed evidence and work they have clearly seen work. Along with this, they are incredibly stubborn and a lot of times hate listening to ideas which fall out of the realm of 'common sense'. Not prone to the same extreme levels of bias that the Objective Thinker but often display the same stubbornness.
Cognitive Bias™: Confirmation Bias. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Do take responsibility for their own actions but can inadvertently place blame on those around them for certain things. [Responsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Are not easily offended people especially when it comes to strangers. [Unoffendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "Your employees only obey you because they feel sorry for you." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "Humour? Humour is for unproductive people. I get things done! But the stupidity of left wing ideas really is funny, isn’t it? Haha! See, I laughed!" Oh dear. "I go for slapstick comedy - it is hilarious that someone can be so funny by being so fcuking stupid."
Specific: Speaks in a very linear way and they recall a lot of details from their past. They easily remember lessons from the past that they will try to employ again and again in the present or in the future. They tend to use very concrete, literal language and they dislike “beating around the bush”. They enjoy traditions and they thrive on having a very consistent routine.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes domineering and overbearing. Tries to control others around them and micromanage all aspects of the other person. Inflexibe. Resists change. Anything that disrupts stability becomes difficult to handle.
Is this who you are looking at, right now?

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2. Is the person in front of you the BOSSY Developer - ENTJ?

I have the business-like mind; do not mess with me and stay out of my way and everything will be fine, I am super suspicious of people’s motives.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Smart, laboratory professor type; Shark-like look; Alfa eyes; Looks like nobody should screw them over;
Can be kind of unconfident when talking to people; they can appear (mistakenly) introverted;
Either looking nice or argumentative; Objective when describing people to avoid subjective bias;
Has salesman smile; becomes frustrated very easily; Runs in order to save time;
Many cannott match clothes; they favour bright colours.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Bold; Inaginative; Strong willed.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: Success at absolutely anything.

Oxor Nickname™: The Evil Overlord.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Commander who bullies.

Snarky Sentence™: You need us much more than we need you and you are too useless to realize it.... shit I did it again.... hey come on I did not mean for it to come out that way (I did).

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to power and are a control freak.

Gustometer™: Intimidates due to the intensity of their mind. The elitist leader with a checklist of qualities that people must have to be a 'non-idiot'.
A cold hearted tyrant and bully who tramples over the weak and frail on their way to success and riches.
The high functioning sociopath; the Dominatrix.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Appear very direct, organized and in control. They want to get things done and cross items off their checklists – in fact, they usually have a checklist nearby to make sure they are staying on track. They are decisive and hate procrastinating or dilly-dallying about anything – forward movement in all of their goals or projects is important to them and they tend to be hard-workers.
When expressing an opinion, there tends to be a tone of “you should” or “you ought to” in what they are saying. They also tend to preface everything they say by giving an overview first. e.g.: “We need to cut down on budget costs. Here’s an overview of how we can get started.” They tend to have an “If this, then that” approach to life. Everything they do seems to be a result of many yes/no (Boolean) decisions.
Like to have things organized and streamlined in their outer world. They create structures, systems and rules for things so that life goes smoothly and everyone knows their part.
With children and treating adults as children: Very supportive, great providers but some kids will cringe at their gruff and stern style. Might not be such a good babysitter.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 11/16. They are often the ones with very creative ideas; however they also can be very stubborn.
Cognitive Bias™: Anchoring. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Believe that personal responsibility is important and can become frustrated with people who do not share this belief. [Responsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Have rather thick skins and therefore they are rarely offended by other people. [Unoffendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "What? Insult a Developer to their face? Do you want to die? Hire someone to do it for you." Ouch! "I go for dark comedy - blunt, dark and said with bulletproof confidence."
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I do not have much time for humour but, when I do, it makes me even scarier than I already was. If I am feeling l ighthearted at that board meeting: "Stan, your chair squeaked as you sat down in it (because you are grossly overweight),reminds me of the sound Mark Zuckerberg made when I bought out his company.""
Specific: Speaks in a more roundabout way than the Director. If they have a point to make they will start by giving the big picture and filling in with details later. They will project more into the future and can get very bored talking about the past. They like having a structure but tend to get bored if their routine is too repetitive or unchanging.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes domineering and manipulative. Starts to micromanage to retain control. Tramples over others' objections insensitively or ruthlessly. Becomes a workaholic. Neglects physical and emotional wellbeing in order to achieve goals.
Is this who you are looking at, right now?

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3. Is the person in front of you the IMPULSIVE Results - ESTP?

I am the obnoxiously loud and aggressive asshole, the jock male athlete or sports fan, especially one with few other interests.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Piercing and aggressive look; exudes absolute will power and determination;
Eyes look as if they are scanning as they lower their eyelids to scan; But has a charming smile;
Has “Now” eyes.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Smart; Energetic; Perceptive.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: A nice risk or adrenaline hit which they classify as an adventure.

Oxor Nickname™: The Go Getting Conman.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Everyone, follow me! Take risks.I have no idea where I'm going.

Snarky Sentence™: I do what I want when I want because I said so.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When things do not go their way.

Gustometer™: Energetic go-getters who are attracted to a life of action and competition. The impulsive type who always jumps head-first in to the latest exciting thing just to get a rush.
A disloyal adrenaline junkie who has no self-control and who is always looking for sex or a fight.
The selfish thrill seeker; the Con Artist.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Quick on their feet and flexible. They like to adapt to new and changing situations and easily get bored if life is monotonous or slow. This pattern likes to be active and engaged with the world around them as much as possible. They tend to be adventurous, impulsive and spontaneous. They react very quickly to changes in their environment and can blend into nearly any culture or situation easily.
They tend to use a lot of non-verbal communication when they are speaking. Hand gestures, winks and animated facial expressions keep the conversation moving at a quick and interactive pace. They are usually very quick to pick up on other people’s body language and may mirror others without even realizing they are doing it. Their eyes tend to dart around the room so they can keep track of everything that is happening around them. They speak in very literal terms, using present-tense language.
With children and treating adults as children: Enjoy freedom and having kids might hamper that. Can be creative and fun when babysitting.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 6/16. While they are generally pretty good at maintaining an open mind, they most certainly know how to embellish their natural biases. You cannot really change their mind about these types of things.
Cognitive Bias™: Self-Serving Bias. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Independent people but they can struggle when it comes to personal responsibility. [Irresponsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Can become offended if someone insults their intelligence and their work ethic [Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "Do you even lift, bro?" Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I love a good practical joke such as slapping the professor on the hindquarters as another student walks past, offending the professor and framing the classmate at the same time." So typical. "I go for observational comedy - let me tell you about all the people that irritate me all the time in my day to day life."
Specific: Makes decisions by focussing on logical consequences and what feels most in line with their principles. They are more direct than the Counselor and hate sugarcoating or beating-around-the-bush. They like to get right to the point and they enjoy troubleshooting and playing the devil’s advocate (but not as much as the Inspirational).

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes impulsive and reckless. Focusses on so much excitement and activity that causes them to lose track of responsibilities and the consequences of their actions. When in this mode, fails to keep commitments or meet deadlines and comes up with excuses rather than taking responsibility.
Is this who you are looking at, right now?

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4. Is the person in front of you the EGOTISTICAL Inspirational - ENTP?

I am the one always cracking jokes, even at inappropriate moments.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Science-y look, if wearing glasses, they are befitting; Subdued smile, a small one-sided smirk;
Up-to-no-good kind of eyes as if they are hiding something (which they are); You cannot take them seriously kind of vibe;
Even if you are talking to them, they look as if they are looking off somewhere else; Nervous, franetic energy, looks unsettled;
Places body in weird positions that do not exist in normal human beings with the way they twist their body being interesting;
They may fiddle with objects and then break them;
Radio Talk Show voice; Even if they look skeptical, they convey maternal warmth as they grow older (welcoming and supportive).

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Smart; Curious; Intellectual.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: A battle of wits or an opportunity to stir the pot.

Oxor Nickname™: The Mad Scientist.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Apparent over-analyser by way of debating.

Snarky Sentence™: You do not understand, you have no idea what it’s like to be me or what I have gone through, it’s so hard being better than everyone else all the time.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to debate.

Gustometer™: Intensity is evident in the way they constantly ask questions and turn over ideas. The tactician with indisputable logic who gets off by being a devil's advocate on any topic.
A direction-less and hyperactive person who lives to troll.
The high functioning sociopath; the Mad Scientist / Debater.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Usually good at expressing themselves, especially when they are excited about an idea or vision that they have for the future. They naturally see a plethora of possibilities in the world around them and are eager to communicate potential to the people they are with. When they are talking they tend to speak in a non-linear way, bringing in connections from many different places in time.
They are driven by their inspirations. They have to do what compels them, what incites their curiosity and makes them wonder “what if?!”. It is difficult for them to stay focussed on repetitive or monotonous tasks that leave no room for innovation, change or complexity. If they have a lot of mundane work to do they tend to get sidetracked by other more tempting ideas and possibilities. Because of this tendency, they like change for the sake of change. They can easily switch subjects in conversation quickly and cover a lot of ground in a rapid amount of time.
Is spontaneous, adaptable and inspired by change. They like to teach people new ways of looking at everything.
With children and treating adults as children: Do not believe in controlling them or stifling their creativity or spirit. Poor organizers and babysitters.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 16/16. They are biased towards being unbiased including defending items that they do not even agree with.
Cognitive Bias™: Reactance. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Very independent people, which makes them strive for a strong sense of personal responsibility. [Responsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Are not easily offended people and are pretty impossible to crack. [Unoffendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "You have 99 ideas, but a tenable solution is not one of them." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I think that political/pop culture burns. I would say something like: "I wouldn’t eat that mandarin, it looks like Donald Trump". Actually I like cleverness times ten. I love to air drop perfect little sentences into conversations that just blow others' minds." Typical. I go for high comedy - satire of the overprivileged."
Specific: Weighs pros and cons and look for accuracy when they make decisions. They are quick to point out logical disparities and they cannot abide by generalizations. They are very careful with their word choice to make sure that they are describing their viewpoint as accurately as possible. They will use the words “I think” quite frequently. The master Devil's advocate / debater.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes manupulative, self-centred and insincere. Argues for the sale of arguing. Takes great pleasure in deconstructing the ideas of others just to prove just how fcuking smart they are.
Is this who you are looking at, right now?

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5. Is the person in front of you the NEEDY Persuader - ENFJ?

I am the one always ranting about how we should all be good to each other and helpful to humanity.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Dimensional in expressiveness; dramatic looking folk; eyes are intense and expressive; fierce looking;
Even if they are bored, eyes convey a lot of intense emotion; Glazy, gleamy eyes which convey a lot of depth and soul;
A bit of an unpleasant look; Can be elegant looking but dramatic; Dreamy eyes but it looks as if it is directed towards an agenda (theirs); eyes are not focussed on the now; Looks determined.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Natural; Charismatic; Cause Leaders.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: Knowledge about other people. While they may not necessarily share gossip, but, by God, they sure want to hear it.

Oxor Nickname™: The Cult Leader.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister I can save the world with my horses while interfering.

Snarky Sentence™: I know exactly how to say what people want to hear….Muahahahahah.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to violation of their core morals or values.

Gustometer™: Drawn to the rich and fertile world of ideas, imagination and emotion The empathetic charmer who can get you to do anything for them 'for your own good'.
A phony and emotional busybody who cannot think rationally to save their lives.
The self-righteous do-gooder; the Cult Leader.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Focus a lot on relationships and people. They have a natural focus on other people’s needs and desires and are usually warm and accommodating. They like to boost morale and keep the mood elevated. They feel other people’s pain, embarrassment or joy deeply and so they dislike being in environments that are rife with tension or conflict.
They use “we” or “let’s” frequently in their speech. They also use phrases like “let’s talk it over”, or “we can work it out”. They want to make sure everyone’s needs are addressed and that no one is feeling left out or excluded. They are usually tactful and polite. They are good at organizing their environment to get needs met or to reach a goal.
With children and treating adults as children: Naturals with children as family oriented. Can spoil the kids. Do not like being controlling, but interfere. Good babysitters. May have difficulty in recognizing that the kids are now 25 and masturbation is now the choice of the kids, not them.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 4/16. While they can most definitely be subject to the influence of whatever crowd they are in, typically they tend to get behind a general or abstract cause which strongly drives their thinking.
Cognitive Bias™: Optimism Bias. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Possess a strong sense of personal responsibility but they also take the responsibility of others into their own hands. [Responsible but interferer].
How easily offended Bias™: Can often be easily offended by others especially since they work hard to do things the right way [Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "You are manipulative and everyone can see it. You are not the main character of this story nor any story for that matter." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I love jokes that are told by other people. I laugh a lot because I love people, it gives them a chance to laugh achance to connect and a chance to do what they were born to do. I want to make people feel comfortable and at ease. Laughing does this. So my favourite kind of humour is that of people as opposed to AI". People pleaser. "I go for situational comedy - inside jokes in friend groups."
Specific: Are less able to reference the past than the Appraiser, but are more focussed on envisioning where things will go in the future. They are more likely to forget names and faces, but they will remember hunches they got about people or psychological details. They are more likely to talk about what “could be” or “will be” rather than what has already occurred.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes extremely focussed on other people's problems to the extent that they forget their own needs. The interfering stickybeak. Can become co-dependent, enablers or rescuers. May try to control others around them in order to keep the peace.
Is this who you are looking at, right now?

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6. Is the person in front of you the OVERBEARING Appraiser - ESFJ

I am the one who is always well dressed and knows fashion well and likes to be the centre of popularity.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Biggest smiles, whole face smiles; Eyes that light up the room; Goody-goody kind of look; look like friendly puppies;
Do not smirk as often as the Investigator and Practitioner.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Caring; Social; Popular.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: The opportunity to be liked.

Oxor Nickname™: The Smothering Control Freak.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister ZOMG! Gives you cookies and hugs.

Snarky Sentence™: I hope you like to talk because I like to talk...a lot; do you want to be friends? No? Okay great, let’s be friends.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to being the most self-absorbed pattern.

Gustometer™: Practical and caring, can seem intense as they like an active schedule full of social events, get-togethers and community experiences. The chatty and sassy social butterfly with the ability to instantly become everyone's best friend.
A busybody who only cares about gossiping and hugging.
The de-individualizer; the Earth Smotherer.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Focusses a lot on relationships and people. They have a natural focus on other people’s needs and desires and are usually warm and accommodating. They like to boost morale and keep the mood elevated. They feel other people’s pain, embarrassment or joy deeply and so they dislike being in environments that are rife with tension or conflict.
They use “we” or “let’s” frequently in their speech. They also use phrases like “let’s talk it over”, or “we can work it out”. They want to make sure everyone’s needs are addressed and that no one is feeling left out or excluded. They are usually tactful and polite. They are good at organizing their environment to get needs met or to reach a goal.
With children and treating adults as children: Nurturing pattern who enjoys being around children and want to make them feel safe and loved. Great babysitters.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 5/16. While their thoughts are often very much driven by the crowd they are in, they also tend to only understand concepts on a somewhat superficial level.
Cognitive Bias™: Groupthink. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Can struggle with the idea of personal responsibility since they often believe in considering how their actions will affect others. [Irresposible].
How easily offended Bias™: Are not easily offended by strangers but can become very upset by the words and actions of their loved ones. [Unoffendable and Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "Nobody likes you. You are the reason our friendship group fell apart. Unrelated, fcuk Kim Kardashian." Ouch! "I go for romantic comedy - girl meets boy in an extroverted way."
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I like humorous stories, like many, but prefer those of a gossipy kind such as "Twice removed mutual friend Matt tried to kiss second cousin Katy and she slapped him!" This type of crap lands right in the my sweet spot."
Specific: Will reference the past in their speech. They might say “this reminds me of”, or “this is just like that other time” a lot. They tend to quickly recognize actors in television shows and movies or the names of people they have met before. They are good at remembering social occasions and commemorating them for people.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes clingy and needy. Has difficulty in being alone or handling rejection. May become overly involved in other people's lives and problems. Due to the importance of their own values, can become inflexible and judgmental when others stray from that they consider to be appropriate or correct.
Is this who you are looking at, right now?

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7. Is the person in front of you the CHILDISH Promoter - ENFP?

I am the one who is always really energetic and is the cuddliest person in the room.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Twinkle in eyes; toggle their eyes because of exciting possibilities; Appears manic; Looks as if there is a desparate need for inner peace;
Playful and perky energy; Resting, smiling face (corners of the mouth lift upwards and returning back into a smiley face).
Dresses loosely and carefree, liberated kind of feel; Half are actually subdued or quiet even if they are described as bouncing off the walls;
Self-assuredness in the eyes.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Enthusiastic; Creative; Socialble.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: Humour. They really like a good joke or a prank.

Oxor Nickname™: The Scattered Scientologist.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Hug me; I need attention while I finish nothing.

Snarky Sentence™: When the world suffers they suffer, but still manage to put a smile on the face of each and every person they encounter.

Gustometer™: Live on impulse, backed with enthusiasm, imagination and charisma. Their intensity comes through in their passionate desire to turn over every leaf, explore every possibility and theorize about the potential of some grand dream. The curious hyper type with a seemingly endless amount of energy and crazy random ideas.
A flighty and hyperactive flirt who cannot follow through on anything.
The high functioning sociopath; the Bomb Thrower.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Usually good at expressing themselves, especially when they are excited about an idea or vision that they have for the future. They naturally see a plethora of possibilities in the world around them and are eager to communicate potential to the people they are with. When they are talking they tend to speak in a non-linear way, bringing in connections from many different places in time.
They are driven by their inspirations. They have to do what compels them, what incites their curiosity and makes them wonder “what if?!”. It is difficult for them to stay focussed on repetitive or monotonous tasks that leave no room for innovation, change or complexity. If they have a lot of mundane work to do they tend to get sidetracked by other more tempting ideas and possibilities. Because of this tendency, they like change for the sake of change. They can easily switch subjects in conversation quickly and cover a lot of ground in a rapid amount of time.
Is spontaneous, adaptable and inspired by change. They like to teach people new ways of looking at everything.
With children and treating adults as children: Great with kids, mostly because they have childlike qualities themselves. Good babysitters., but will arrive late.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 14/16. They love new abstract and artistic ideas. They will not allow themselves to be held down by social norms and what society whats from them.
Cognitive Bias™: The Halo Effect. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Can be rather caught up inside of their own thoughts sometimes which makes them seem less preoccupied with developing a sense of personal responsibility. [Totally irresponsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Are surprisingly much more sensitive than they let on or want others to believe [Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "You are like a kindergarten child with a machine gun. You are the walking embodiment of the Peter Pan syndrome." Ouch! "I go for wordplay comedy - Righting this answer the write way."
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I am amazing at telling or acting out hilarious stories and am always on the lookout for new ones to add to my arsenal. I can completely lose it over a good story. I think that my reaction is pricelessly entertaining."
Specific: Weighs up their values when they make a decision. They want to maintain authenticity and inner harmony by doing what they believe is right for themselves. They also care about the emotional integrity of others and will do what they can to uphold and protect that. They will use words like “I feel” a lot when they describe things.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes bored, anxious and hemmed in. This is exhibited by being restless, scattered, impatient and does not finish things. This happens when their need for novelty and stimulation is not being met. Can be the most toxic of all patterns.
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8. Is the person in front of you the IMPATIENT Counselor - ESFP

I am the one who is always super bubbly and clueless, super emotional and craving attention.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Looks as if they are super excited for the camera; Child-like, radiating warmth, playful, perky energy in the face;
Can dress attractively or can dress wholly for comfort (Cartoon character on their oversized t-shirt, sweatpants or pyjamas).
Tough and more serious than what people think.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: Fun. Parties, Beach. If they can be the centre of it, even better.

Oxor Nickname™: The National Enquirer Headline.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Colours! Light!!!!!! This... wait, am I high?

Snarky Sentence™: I’m a wild card, the next big thing is around the corner, I don’t know what it is yet but it’s going to be HUGE, stay tuned.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to attention.

Gustometer™: Drawn to all opportunities that excite their curiosity and give them a chance to take action. The outgoing adventurer who would do anything to be on centre stage just to feel alive.
An air headed party animal and shallow spotlight seeker.
The selfish thrill seeker; the Narcissist / Centre of Attention.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Quick on their feet and flexible. They like to adapt to new and changing situations and easily get bored if life is monotonous or slow. This pattern likes to be active and engaged with the world around them as much as possible. They tend to be adventurous, impulsive and spontaneous. They react very quickly to changes in their environment and can blend into nearly any culture or situation easily.
They tend to use a lot of non-verbal communication when they are speaking. Hand gestures, winks and animated facial expressions keep the conversation moving at a quick and interactive pace. They are usually very quick to pick up on other people’s body language and may mirror others without even realizing they are doing it. Their eyes tend to dart around the room so they can keep track of everything that is happening around them. They speak in very literal terms, using present-tense language.
With children and treating adults as children: Definitely good with children, since they are not afraid of embarrassing themselves in order to make the kids happy. Great babysitter.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 8/16. They listen to the ideas of others and absorb the information around them like a sponge in order to come up with their opinions. Not really a whole lot of room for natural bias in their mind. Once they get an idea though they can be extremely stubborn.
Cognitive Bias™: The Framing Effect. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Can have a hard time with personal responsibility and believe their loved ones should be supportive of their needs. [Irresponsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Can be somewhat easily offended, without even meaning to be. [Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "You are just like every other person." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I lose it when someone reserved does something unintentionally silly. My aunt’s favorite funny stories are those of my grandmother’s slip ups. Like the Promoter, I can tell some funny yarns." Attention grabber. "I go for farce comedy - wrong situation at the right time."
Specific: Makes decisions by focussing on their inner value system and what feels ethically right to them. They like to keep things real and often appear more authentic and self-revealing than the Results. They empathize easily with people and try to protect other people’s integrity as well as their own.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes reckless and irresponsible. Engages in risky behaviour and makes impulsive decisions without considering the consequences. Becomes self-centred and manipulative rather than empathetic and helpful.
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9. Is the person in front of you the FLIGHTY Specialist - ISFP

I am the one who does not like to be told what to do and am always coming up with arty-farty stuff.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Look bored and distant; Low maintenance kind of look; Looks as if they have the weight of the world upon them and looks as if they are in their own world.
Judgemental look with lips pursed tightly together; Tough, intimidating look that looks as if they can protect themselves;
Dresses in great taste; Often compared with cats = sweet until you cross them.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Artistic; Charming; Explorer.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: Beautiful things such as high fashion, rare wine and paintings.

Oxor Nickname™: The Fickle Crackpot.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Everything is Arty Farty.

Snarky Sentence™: I am a strong independent thinker, but what I really need is a blanket and a colouring book.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to being uncompromising and hating change.

Gustometer™: Have deep feelings with intense passion for beauty as well as the things they hold dear to their hearts, such as family, friends and creative expression. The independent artist who only cares about expressing their inner self to the world.
A shy, weepy emotional type with an impeccable fashion sense.
The selfish thrill seeker; the Tortured Artist.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Tend to appear easy-going, accepting and empathetic. They are usually flexible and tolerant unless one of their values is challenged or violated. They can become very tense, cold and withdrawn if someone is saying something that feels wrong to them. They are good at taking care of people one-on-one but, in group settings, they can be very reserved and keep to themselves if they do not know anyone.
They “mirror” the emotions of other people. They easily put themselves in other people’s shoes which allows them to identify with the hurts and longings of others.
Above all, being honest and authentic is vitally important. They believe in living in accordance with their values and desires and are dead set against phoniness, manipulation or meddling. It can actually be difficult to tell what they are feeling from the outside – they have a skill for appearing neutral and calm even if they are experiencing a whirlwind of emotions internally.
With children and treating adults as children: The sensitive and open free-spirit helps when it comes to connecting with children. They do not like trying to be controlling and will do their best to nurture a child’s creativity. They want to give kids space to be themselves instead of trying to force them to behave a certain way. Great babysitters but may want to continue until the kid is 30 and is still at home.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 9/16. In a similar fashion to the Counselor, they simply listen to the ideas of others and then choose the best ones. However, they have an annoyingly stubborn side.
Cognitive Bias™: The Barnum Effect. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Have very strong inner morals, which gives them a sense of personal responsibility. [Responsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Are sensitive souls and therefore they can be somewhat easily offended. [Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "The only reason that you prefer your fantasy world is because you are completely incapable of functioning in the real one." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I laugh or giggle at people who act really silly and do not seem to care. Those people who are unreserved in a way that I rarely am is something that I find incredibly entertaining." Easily pleased. "I go for tragic comedy - pain that can be processed as funny."
Specific: Pairs their feeling preference with an intense, realistic nature. They are extremely down-to-earth and aware of their surroundings, especially as they reach their 20’s and beyond. They like to channel their values and beliefs into their actions – whether it is through creative work or helping people in practical, immediate ways. They tend to be quietly observant and aware of what is happening around them.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes withdrawn and self-critical. Has difficulty dealing with conflict or tasks that need to be completed. Can become highly sensitive of what others think of them and may avoid social interactions.
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10. Is the person in front of you the PERFECTIONISTIC Investigator - INFJ?

I am the one who is always living in two worlds at once and always ready to shock people when they least expect it; the ultimate paradox.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Look like nice and gentle people; Eyes are pretty wide open; Elegant with an Ooh La La look;
Dreamy, starry eyes; looks as if they are dreaming.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Organized; Punctual; Galvanizer.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: The opportunity to teach or exemplify morality.

Oxor Nickname™: The Conspiracy Theorist.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister I'm a Special Snowflake; Soooooooo unique.

Snarky Sentence™: I can read minds, it scares me.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to being too private.

Gustometer™: Possessors of depth concerning their interests and passions. Enter conceptual territories such as the world of the mind and analyzing abstract principles of spirituality. The psychic who knows what is best for everyone more than they know themselves, obviously.
A hyper-sensitive snowflake who must be 'special'.
The high functioning sociopath; the Svengali.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: One of their defining characteristics is how much they want to make everything “new”. They want to find better solutions than whatever currently exists. They hate hearing phrases like, “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it” because they feel like everything can and should be made better. They like to talk about complex subjects and have a hard time staying tuned into small-talk or everyday conversation.
They use a lot of metaphors, analogies or symbols to describe things. They think about the distant future frequently and they tend to make surprisingly astute observations and predictions about how things will transpire in the years to come.
They tend to be slow to reply – they prefer to have a lot of time to analyze information and take in as many perspectives as they can before making a decision. They get easily over-stimulated if they are in loud, busy or bright environment.
Overall they are known for being stubborn, independent, strategic and visionary. They often appear preoccupied because their inner thought processes are often out-of-sync with what is happening in the real world. They may often be referred to as “daydreamers”.
With children and treating adults as children: Often good with children, maybe even better than they are with adults. Can connect to the innocence and creativity of children and really appreciate their honesty. They do not like trying to push their own beliefs onto kids and actually give them room to be themselves. Great babysitters and parents.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 10/16. In a similar way to the Persuader, their thinking is typically characterized by a general drive to accomplish something. While this reason can sometimes be very abstract, it does not change the fact that they almost always have an immovable motive.
Cognitive Bias™: The Sunk Cost Fallacy. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Believe it is important to be responsible for their own actions and can often burden themselves with this. [Responsible
How easily offended Bias™: Try not to be sensitive souls but, unfortunately, they can be hurt rather easily. [Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "You are a slave to your own feelings. You see so much in people and yet you cannot even see yourself." Ouch! "I go for situational comedy - inside jokes in relationships."
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I like humour that pushes the boundaries that dances on or beyond the borders of what is acceptable. I also can appreciate any kind of humour. I like "Child cancer patients, like Nazi jokes, never get old." [Ed: Apologies, just an example sourced from the bloggosphere.] "I go for situational comedy - inside jokes in relationships."
Specific: They appear very warm and empathetic. They tend to take on the feelings of the people they are with and are quite sensitive to the emotional atmosphere. Because of this, they may adapt emotionally to others, appearing sad when others are sad or happy when they are happy. They are usually polite and conscientious.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes withdrawn and out of touch with the world around them. Isolates and becomes lost in their own private world rather than putting insights to good use. Accordingly, can lose touch with reality and live in their heads to the detriment of relationships and goals.
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11. Is the person in front of you the WHINGING Agent - INFP?

I am the one who is comfortable with their sensitivity and repeatedly telling people how they feel all the time.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Soft, teddy bear like energy as if you want to pat them; Has a strong on/off switch from being approachable;
Exuses a kind of sinking feeling as if feelings are being soaked inward; Squishy, oozy centre, meek and frail look;
Sincere look in eyes with inner warmth; weak energy (lazy, complaining); Soft, assured kind of look which gives them confidence;
May have an artistic look, but not like the Counselor; Prefer an earthier and homey kind of look;
A lot dress as if they are in the 1950s, which is when clothes were classy yet down to earth;
Just smile enough and slime is not exaggerated.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Quiet; Mystical; Idealist.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: A blazing and powerful romance with an unusual and captivating person [but that is unlikely].

Oxor Nickname™: The Miserable Idealist.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Daydreamer.

Snarky Sentence™: I don’t know what the fcuk is going on, or who I am, but I’m preeeetty sure I’m right all the time.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to their expectations being always too high.

Gustometer™: Intensity lies in their zeal for exploring what matters to them most – people, causes or beliefs that they feel have been ignored by others. The imaginary dark fairy who daydreams with the attention span of a goldfish.
An emotional crybaby who avoids logical thought like the plague.
The high functioning sociopath; the Martyr.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Tend to appear easy-going, accepting and empathetic. They are usually flexible and tolerant unless one of their values is challenged or violated. They can become very tense, cold and withdrawn if someone is saying something that feels wrong to them. They are good at taking care of people one-on-one but, in group settings, they can be very reserved and keep to themselves if they do not know anyone.
They “mirror” the emotions of other people. They easily put themselves in other people’s shoes which allows them to identify with the hurts and longings of others.
Above all, being honest and authentic is vitally important. They believe in living in accordance with their values and desires and are dead set against phoniness, manipulation or meddling. It can actually be difficult to tell what they are feeling from the outside – they have a skill for appearing neutral and calm even if they are experiencing a whirlwind of emotions internally.
With children and treating adults as children: Do their best to communicate with children, but they can be somewhat stern.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 13/16. They are always ready to hear a new idea.
Cognitive Bias™: The Backfire Effect. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Can appear to lack a sense of personal responsibility sometimes, simply because they are very internal people. [Irresponsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Can be somewhat easily offended only because they have such intensely strong inner morals. [Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "The only reason that you prefer your fantasy world is because you are completely incapable of functioning in the real one." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I find accidental offences totally horrifying as anecdotes are the kind of humour that makes me laugh the longest. One reason I laugh is when I am made to feel slightly uncomfortable. Such as the story of how someone innocently said the worm was the only dance for quadriplegics to another person whose father had a long-distance relationship with his limbs. This could make me laugh randomly for days." [Ed: No other pattern would find that funny.] "I go for surreal comedy - let’s joke about things that don’t exist or don’t exist yet."
Specific: Pairs their feeling preference with an imaginative outlook on life. They like to see theoretical connections between things and they tend to enjoy fantasizing and creating. They use a lot more metaphor and analogy in their speech than the Specialist and they are more focussed on the future than the present moment.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes disillusioned and stuck in their ways. May withdraw from the world and become isolated or may act out in destructive ways. Can appear lazy and a whiner. Idealism turns ito cynicism and their values may become inflexible.
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12. Is the person in front of you the UNPREDICTABLE Achiever - ISTP?

I am the one who seems like a robot and is actually super smart and wacky.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
“Now” eyes; Not expressive looking; eyelids droop a bit; has calm, cool-headed like eyes; all under control look;
drama queen inside; looks as if they can take a heroic, solo adventure (e.g. Indiana Jones).

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Bold; Practical; Experimental.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: An intense expedition such as rafting, hunting, gold panning, car racing.

Oxor Nickname™: The Psycho Vigilante.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Why is everyone so incompetent?

Snarky Sentence™: No, I do not want to donate to your charity, do not talk to me.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to not liking being in a relationship.

Gustometer™: Can quickly analyze people and situations, noticing inconsistencies, hypocrisies and logical fallacies. Plus analyzing things and figuring out how they work. The systematic detective who is only interested in things that they can fix or take apart.
A mechanic, plumber and motorcycle racer who can fix literally anything while maintaining a cool, stoic expression.
The selfish thrill seeker; the Contract Killer.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Appear reserved, analytical and independent. They tend to have a “poker face” because they often hide stress and emotional responses in favour of analyzing things logically. When they speak they say “I think” a lot and will say “my” rather than “our” when it comes to decisions they are making. They do not feel comfortable imposing their agenda on other people although they do try to be persuasive about their logic and conclusions. They have a tendency to play “devil’s advocate” very well although not as well as the Inspirational. It is easy for them to see many competing sides to a situation or argument.
Are very precise and concise in communication. They want to use the most accurate words possible to defend their position or explain where they are coming from. Sometimes they will give a lot of detail just so that they are conveying their thoughts as accurately as possible. They dislike generalizations or being hurried to make a decision or explain themselves. When others are speaking to them, they have a habit of re-framing the statement back to them to make sure they got it right. Sometimes this appears as challenging or argumentative to other people, but they are really just trying to make sure they understood precisely what the other person was trying to say.
See truth and fairness as guiding principles. They may not appear emotionally expressive or warm, but they care about making sure everyone has their personal freedoms respected. They are self-competitive, innovative and inwardly organized.
With children and treating adults as children: Might feel a bit odd around kids, especially the idea of having their own. Can be fun and creative people which are qualities that really help them when it comes to being parents or babysitting.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 7/16. In a similar fashion to the Results but just slightly less extreme because they lead with Introverted Thinking which is a much more logical function.
Cognitive Bias™: Gambler’s Fallacy. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Independent people who definitely believe in taking responsibility for their own actions. [Responsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Are rather thick-skinned people and are not at all offended easily. [Unoffendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "I have seen better motorcycle engine designs in a special needs classroom." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I am probably the one that gets the worst reputation for coarse, crude and incredibly blunt humour. I like the inappropriate jokes. And lots of them. I find their consistency to be rather amusing." Vulgar! "I go for slapstick comedy - grandpa fell off the 3m ladder and is somehow fine after the audience laughs."
Specific: Tends to be more literal and sequential in their speech patterns than the Perfectionist. They are more observant of the details around them and tuned into the moment they are living in. They are usually more action-oriented than the Perfectionist. The Perfectionist toys more with theories and abstractions, the Achiever toys more with mechanical and concrete objects.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes cynical and negative. Withdraws energy and becomes isolated rather than interacting. Becomes over critical of others and fixates on the negative aspects of life. In this mode, comes across as critical, aloof and sarcastic.
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13. Is the person in front of you the NAIVE Practitioner - ISFJ?

I am the one who is constantly helping and providing for my family - the mum.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Tranquil eyes and energy; contented look; broad smile; has a contained extrovertedness;
Come across as a gentlemen or lady-like; smile looks like a smirk which means playfulness (can be pranksters but not too heavy as risk averse); very family oriented and wants to work for a cause.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Protective; Warm; Caring.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: Somebody who needs their help as the people-pleaser.

Oxor Nickname™: The Passive-Aggressive Martyr.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister White picket fence.

Snarky Sentence™: These kittens have claws, meow.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to their being as weak as piss.

Gustometer™: The need for order, structure, dependability and procedure can be intense behind a warm and inviting exterior. Will notice from when you need a warm blanket to quietly eying the way you put a cold drink on the coffee table without a coaster and slightly purse their lips when you drop in unannounced. The nurturing type who can summon an unlimited amount of comfort food on cue.
A less interesting version of the Investigator who only lives to serve.
The de-individualizer; the Mob Enforcer (but not a leader).

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Speaks in a very literal, linear fashion. They refer to the past frequently and are quick to recall useful tips or lessons that they have learned in the past. They enjoy recalling favourite memories in detail and reminiscing together about shared experiences. They are often quick to point out when someone reminds them of someone else or a situation reminds them of a different situation. With the Objective Thinker, experiences deja vu more than any other patterns.
Tend to be reserved and private. They do not like a lot of stimulation, noise or extraneous activity. They enjoy traditions, routines and having an organized schedule.
With children and treating adults as children: Often the type of people who enjoy being around kids and definitely want to have a family of their own. Will babysit their 50 year old kids. Said to be the most child like.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 3/16. They absolutely love tradition and simply being comfortable. They hate it when people move and throw them out of their foreseen boundaries. Unlike the Director and the Objective Thinker, their opinions are not extraordinarily extreme.
Cognitive Bias™: The Dunning-Kruger Effect. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Take responsibility for their own actions and feelings since they do not want to burden others. They do not hold this same standard for those around them which makes them poor managers and leaders. [Responsible only as a follower].
How easily offended Bias™: Are hardworking and warm individuals and therefore can become offended somewhat easily. [Offendable - clubhouse leader].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "Your children are filthy and your home is a shambles. Oh, and your muffins taste like ess, aitch, one, tee." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I really like only harmless jokes or silly songs. If I am feeling edgy, I might laugh at a ‘death-of-a-small-animal’ joke, but only after a few light beers too many." No sene of humour. "I go for romantic comedy - boy meets girl in an introverted way."
Specific: Uses words like “we” a lot. They have an inclusive language because they want people to feel involved and considered. They are usually tactful and warm, remembering their manners and having an innate sense of propriety. They make decisions by considering the personal needs of the people involved. Harmony is very important to them. Tends to be rusted on to the past. Can and does hold things against you until the end of time. With the Objective Thinker, experiences deja vu more than any other patterns. This is the eerie sensation when something previously unknown suddenly feels like a memory of something already experienced. They use "It is what it is" a lot. If fact, "It is what they make it" and what this pattern makes is usually unimpressive.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes over sensitive and withdrawn. May constantly worry about the well being of others and put their own needs on the backburner. In addition, they may struggle with making decisions and be second-guessing themselves at every turn. Becomes passive-aggressive.
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14. Is the person in front of you the RIGID Objective Thinker - ISTJ?

I am the one who is grumpy, can take the heat and always handy.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Constant, practical sounding tone to their voice; looks self-content and calm on the eyes and on their one-sided smile that does not look totally sincere;
looks as if they are hiding the secrets of inner peace; looks relaxed but can also look mistrustful or angry;
homey and cozy look (wears sweaters); earthy, informal, self-assured and tranquil look.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Practical; Fact minded; Reliable.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: Any unfinished job as it must be completed. Period.

Oxor Nickname™: The Thought Police.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister There is only one way and that is to follow the rules.

Snarky Sentence™: You still owe me 20 push-ups, soldier, get down on your hands and knees...NOW!

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to their being too uptight.

Gustometer™: Practical and hard working. The intensity is shown by a strong purpose and motive to accomplish whatever task they have committed themselves to in order for it to be done correctly. The pragmatist skilled at calling out bulltish because they can remember super specific details.
A boring rule-follower with no independent thoughts.
The de-individualizer; the Hall Monitor.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Speaks in a very literal, linear fashion. They refer to the past frequently and are quick to recall useful tips or lessons that they have learned in the past. They enjoy recalling favourite memories in detail and reminiscing together about shared experiences. They are often quick to point out when someone reminds them of someone else or a situation reminds them of a different situation. With the Practitioner, experiences deja vu more than any other patterns. This is the eerie sensation when something previously unknown suddenly feels like a memory of something already experienced.
Tend to be reserved and private. They do not like a lot of stimulation, noise or extraneous activity. They enjoy traditions, routines and having an organized schedule.
With children and treating adults as children: Often good at dealing with children because they do their best to teach them how to understand things better. Kids may see them as the rule enforcers. May go okay as the babysitter.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 1/16. They often only think within traditions and culture. They love what they have seen work before and they absolutely hate to change anything if it works. Often their opinions are based on presumed evidence and work they have clearly seen work. Just give them the facts. Along with this, they are incredibly stubborn and a lot of times hate listening to ideas which fall out of the realm of 'common sense'.
Cognitive Bias™: The Availability Heuristic. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Definitely have a strong sense of personal responsibility and believe in getting things done themselves. [Responsible].
How easily offended Bias™: Can become offended if another person attempts to insult or attack their integrity. [Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "This is the most disorganized office that I have ever seen. Also, you are late." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I often just do not ‘get’ jokes too well at all. But once I have been walked through the joke, step by step, appreciating the order with which it was constructed, I will often reach the end and laugh. Really, the kind of humour I like the most is the humour of a patient person." Dull. "I go for deadpan comedy - serious, cut throat and with an undying work ethic."
Specific: Tends to imply “you should” or “you ought to” when they express an opinion. They tend to have a sense of authority about how things should be done. They rarely say “I think” or “I feel”. They make decisions using objective, logical criteria and weighing pros and cons. Efficiency and effectiveness are big priorities for them.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes inflexible and stubborn. May be resistant to change and be very quick to judge others who do not meet their high standards. In addition, they may struggle with a fear of anything new or different, withdrawing and becoming stuck in a rut.
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15. Is the person in front of you the LAZY Perfectionist - INTP?

I am the one who is always putting everything in a order in my brain and making charts, seems very emotionless and actually is sometimes.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Cannot be bothered to smile for the photo; tight lips, partial smile most of the time; does not look physically intimidating;
drooping eyes; dresses not to stand out (wears black or dark colours); hates the camera.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Innovative; Curious; Logical.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: New information, such as discovery or astrange new philosophical theory.

Oxor Nickname™: The Impractical Egghead.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Dream a lot but do nothing.

Snarky Sentence™: I have acquired too much information and do not know what to do with it.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to their knowledge and trying to make a point of their intelligence.

Gustometer™: Their intensity is evident in the way they explore a subject from every angle, contemplate its inner workings and connections to other problems and gather as many facts about it as they can. The critic who stays up reading Wikipedia until 4am to feed their hunger for knowledge.
A lazy and socially-awkward individual who cannot finish anything they start as there is 'just one more thing to be done; that won't take a minute' but it takes six months.
The high functioning sociopath; the 40 Year Old Virgin.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: Appear reserved, analytical and independent. They tend to have a “poker face” because they often hide stress and emotional responses in favour of analyzing things logically. When they speak they say “I think” a lot and will say “my” rather than “our” when it comes to decisions they are making. They do not feel comfortable imposing their agenda on other people although they do try to be persuasive about their logic and conclusions. They have a tendency to play “devil’s advocate” very well although not as well as the Inspirational. It is easy for them to see many competing sides to a situation or argument.
Are very precise and concise in communication. They want to use the most accurate words possible to defend their position or explain where they are coming from. Sometimes they will give a lot of detail just so that they are conveying their thoughts as accurately as possible. They dislike generalizations or being hurried to make a decision or explain themselves. When others are speaking to them, they have a habit of re-framing the statement back to them to make sure they got it right. Sometimes this appears as challenging or argumentative to other people, but they are really just trying to make sure they understood precisely what the other person was trying to say.
See truth and fairness as guiding principles. They may not appear emotionally expressive or warm, but they care about making sure everyone has their personal freedoms respected. They are self-competitive, innovative and inwardly organized.
With children and treating adults as children: A sense of imagination is exactly what helps them connect with children better. They do their best to show their support and listen to them openly without making them feel judged or odd. Impractical bias would make them a hopeless babysitter.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 15/16. They only look at straight facts. They will hear every side and always try to be on the right one.
Cognitive Bias™: The Curse of Knowledge. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Definitely believe in taking a sense of personal responsibility for their actions and their emotions. [Responsible].
How easily offended Bias™: If someone attempts to insult their intelligence or ethics they will become extremely offended by this. [Offendable].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "You are the biggest idiot that I know because, for all of your intelligence, you use almost none of it. Even standard idiots know how to take action. You cannot use a key to open the door." Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I like puns together with highly intellectual, deep and multi-faceted gems of conversational humour. My pun may be poorly timed and even poorly delivered but, rest assured, it will be genius. Which is why most of the people in the room will fall silent, stare blankly, contemplate their own intellectual inadequacy and then return to whatever they were just doing." Awkward. "I go for deadpan comedy - dry and intelligent humour."
Specific: Tends to use more metaphors, analogy and roundabout methods to get their point across than the Achiever. They are less linear and sequential in their speech than the Achiever. They also tend to focus on the present, past and future in random order – seeing connections between every place in time. They enjoy imagining, brainstorming, envisioning and finding unusual connections and relationships.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes obsessed with theroetical problems that have no practical application whatsoever. May withdraw from the world and become totally lost in their own thoughts. Also, they may become critical, condescending and unproductive.
Is this who you are looking at, right now?

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16. Is the person in front of you the INSENSITIVE Enhancer - INTJ?

I am the one who is constantly thinking about how I should be planning my next move to take over the world.

Oxor Identifer Features™ - watch out carefully for these key features that this pattern cannot hide:
Can look stoney in their eyes because they do not want to show feelings; can also look sorrowful; eyes can look watery;
has a piercing look but overall they do not look very dominant; look serious; many do not have very flattering hair;
has Mona Lisa smile; doe not like dramatic, emotional displays; smiles just to show enough goodwill and nothing else;
dislikes being touched or kissed.

Oxor Identifer Adjectives™: Imaginative; Strategic; Planner.

Oxor Identified Need - Unresistable: An carefully planned project or endeavour that falls outside of social convention.

Oxor Nickname™: The Outside Contractor.

Snarky Nickname™: Mister Why can't everyone be logical?

Snarky Sentence™: Humans suck; it is a good thing that I am not a perceptive or feeling person.

Oxor Selfish Gauge™: When it comes to their desire for control and influence.

Gustometer™: Their intensity is evident in their desire to bring a vision to fruition, find out how to implement it and perfect their strategic timing. Intimidates others by their abstract language and complex theories. The cunning strategist who spends most of their time planning how to avoid idiots.
A cold, calculating robot who knows every fact ever.
The high functioning sociopath; the Supervillain.

Tell Tale Signs™:
General: One of their defining characteristics is how much they want to make everything “new”. They want to find better solutions than whatever currently exists. They hate hearing phrases like, “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it” because they feel like everything can and should be made better. They like to talk about complex subjects and have a hard time staying tuned into small-talk or everyday conversation. In fact, they loathe both.
They use a lot of metaphors, analogies or symbols to describe things. They think about the distant future frequently and they tend to make surprisingly astute observations and predictions about how things will transpire in the years to come.
They tend to be slow to reply – they prefer to have a lot of time to analyze information and take in as many perspectives as they can before making a decision. They get easily over-stimulated if they are in loud, busy or bright environment.
Overall they are known for being stubborn, independent, strategic and visionary. They often appear preoccupied because their inner thought processes are often out-of-sync with what is happening in the real world. They may often be erroneously referred to as “daydreamers”.
With children and treating adults as children: Can actually be good with kids because they do not necessarily treat them like they are less valuable than adults. Might be a bit hesitant to be around children though, since it can feel like a lot of responsibility and time taken away from doing what they want to do. If they decide to have children of their own, they take this seriously and likely will not rush into it. Cannot stand babysitting.
Bias™ - "Having an extreme opinion on certain subjects typically characterized by high levels of prejudice.":
Rank - 12/16. In a similar fashion to the Developer, they are often the ones with very creative ideas, however, they also can be very stubborn. But because they lead with Introverted Intuition they are more open-minded and intellectual.
Cognitive Bias™: Fundamental Attribution Error. Find more at Heart or Head - Click Here.
Responsibility Bias™: Independent people who believe that personal responsibility is fundamental. Become frustrated with others who do not take responsibility for their own actions and are constantly looking to others. [The most Responsible. Mister Reliable].
How easily offended Bias™: Are not easily offended people simply because they do not allow people to get to them in such a way. [Unoffendable - but offenders are requesting to be door slammed until the end of time].
Insult to cause SOHF™ [Sense of humour failure™] - an Oxor™ edge: "Your ideas have all failed. I had such high hopes. I have never felt so disappointed in someone’s vision." (The speaker will not realize that the Enhancer could not care less about others' opinions regarding their goals, lifestyle choices, etc. This type of insult has no relevance whatsoever. The speaker will be door-slammed forever, less one day.) Ouch!
SOHT™ [Sense of humour trigger™] - another Oxor™ edge: "I think dark, opinionated, slightly dirty, fairly morbid and very clever to be my kind of humour. I am not heartless, merely unsurprised. Too serious! "I go for dark comedy - dry, dark and sarcastic."
Specific: They are very direct and logical in their speech. They are good at staying objective when a decision has to be made and when they give an opinion they rarely sugarcoat it. They have a skill for analyzing the pros and cons and finding the most expedient, logical solutions. There tends to be a tone of “You should” or “You ought to” in their speech when they give an opinion.

Personal Motivated Forgetting™: [AKA - the Dark side - often / always denied.] Becomes aloof and abrupt and withdraws from others. Tends to become stubborn and unmovable, overlooking facts that do not align with their own vision of how the issue can be resolved. Can appear arrogant and critical rather than being curious and understanding.
Is this who you are looking at, right now?

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Use the Myers Briggs Letters - Majik Super-Pic™

Step through carefully and come up with the 4 Myers Briggs letters for the person whose pattern you want to pick!

Choose Letter →
Criteria ↓
Choose first letter 'Write' your
Choice Here
Example E. Hunter™ Comments
To increase energy, those who turn
to others have E - Extraversion.
Only E or I
To increase energy, those who turn
inward have I - Introversion.
Only E or I I Choice is Introvert
Choose Letter →
Criteria ↓
Choose second letter 'Write' your
Choice Here
Example E. Hunter™ Comments
Those who take information in a
creative way have N - Intuition.
Only N or S N Choice is Intuitive (N)
Those who take information in a
pragmatic way have S - Sensing.
Only N or S
Choose Letter →
Criteria ↓
Choose third letter 'Write' your
Choice Here
Example E. Hunter™ Comments
When making decisions, those who seek
harmony have F - Feeling.
Only F or T
When making decisions, those who seek
the objective truth have T - Thinking.
Only F or T T Choice is Thinking
Choose Letter →
Criteria ↓
Choose fourth letter 'Write' your
Choice Here
Example E. Hunter™ Comments
Those who prefer to achieve closure
and act have J - Judging.
Only J or P J Choice is Judging
Those who prefer to stay open
and adapt have P - Perceiving..
Only J or P Example is INTJ -
16. Enhancer
Criteria ↑
Choose Letter →
It's a 4 letter choice 'Write' your
Choice Here
Example E. Hunter™ Comments

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To increase energy, those who turn to others have E - Extraversion.
They obtain energy from interaction with the world around them.
The outer world is the REAL world to them and they are energized when engaged with their surroundings.

To increase energy, those who turn inward have I - Introversion.
They obtain energy from the inner world of reflection, ideas, activities and thoughts.
They are energized by reflecting on their inner world when immersed in thoughts and introspection.

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Those who take information in a creative way have N - Intuition.
They have perception that pays attention to meanings, imagination, patterns, contemplation of future possibilities, explanation, reasoning and more abstract understanding
They are focussed on speculating and envisioning hypothetical scenarios.
They like to change things up just for the sake of it. The present is often sacrificed for future possibilities.

Those who take information in a pragmatic way have S - Sensing.
They have perception that pays attention to details and current realities by observing, measuring and experience.
They focus on what exists and how to use it in a practical, resourceful way.
They like information that can be verified by facts and tangible data.
They are observant of the outside world and are tuned into the present moment.

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When making decisions, those who seek harmony have F - Feeling.
They choose decisions based on values, impact and consequences for people, by looking at context, interests and what feels right.
They value empathy and passion and focus primarily on ethics, values and the personal implications of a decision.

When making decisions, those who seek the objective truth have T - Thinking.
They choose decisions based on principles, by way of rationally, logic, given decision criteria.
When making a decision, they focus on logic, cause and effect together with pros and cons.
They try to step outside a situation to see it objectively and impersonally. They value truth over tact.

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Those who prefer to achieve closure and act have J - Judging.
They are likely to come to conclusions quickly, enjoy the structure provided by reaching closure, things going as planned and wanted.
They want to know what to expect and what the long-term plan is.
They want to do one thing at a time and tend to get stressed when multi-tasking.
They enjoy having a structured, organized life and tend to put work ahead of play.

Those who prefer to stay open and adapt have P - Perceiving.
They are likely to take more time to gather information before comfortably coming to closure, are flexible, open to change, tend to go with the flow.
They enjoy the process and are more comfortable being open-ended.
They like to follow impulses and also get a thrill from starting new projects but are poor finishers.
They like to live a spontaneous, flexible lifestyle and tend to be skilled at multi-tasking and working with unknowns.

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Simple, huh?

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Moody (I) or Annoying (E)

Shallow (S) or Know All (N)

Emotional (F) or Cold (T)

Stressed (J) or Hippie (P)

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Private (I) or Open (E)

Practical (S) or Imaginative (N)

Emotional (F) or Logical (T)

Co-ordinated (J) or Laid back (P)

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Now you can start to super-impose™ correctly - by using the Oxor Method™ espoused on this site.

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Real people

Match the most appropriate scenario with what you observe of the other person.

Henry Ford
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1. Is the person in front of you the DEMANDING Director - ESTJ?

I am decisive and efficient.
I am systematic in my approach but can be very forceful in implementing my decisions.
I am Henry Ford.

Napoleon Bonaparte
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2. Is the person in front of you the BOSSY Developer - ENTJ?

I tend to assume leadership roles and solve organizational problems.
I can be very pushy when I put my ideas forward.
I am Napoleon Bonaparte.

Winston Churchill
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3. Is the person in front of you the IMPULSIVE Results - ESTP?

I am bold and tactical with an energy for problem-solving.
I have a harder time focussing on concepts and theories.
I am Winston Churchill.

Benjamin Franklin
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4. Is the person in front of you the EGOTISTICAL Inspirational - ENTP?

I am both clever and entrepreneurial.
I dislike routine which can make it hard for me to commit to an interest for the longer term.
I am Benjamin Franklin.

Martin Luther King Jr
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5. Is the person in front of you the NEEDY Persuader - ENFJ?

I am goal-oriented and caring.
I am highly empathetic, yet for similar reasons, can be overly sensitive to criticism.
I am Martin Luther King Jr.

Andrew Carnegie
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6. Is the person in front of you the OVERBEARING Appraiser - ESFJ

I am outgoing and loyal.
I am great at following through on projects, yet I often seek affirmation and appreciation.
I am Andrew Carnegie.

Oscar Wilde
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7. Is the person in front of you the CHILDISH Promoter - ENFP?

I am charasmatic, imaginative and warm with my support.
I need a lot of affirmation from others.
I am Oscar Wilde.

Peter the Great
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8. Is the person in front of you the IMPATIENT Counselor - ESFP

I enjoy working in groups and match common sense with flexibility.
I love people and life but can likewise be materialistic.
I am Peter the Great.

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
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9. Is the person in front of you the FLIGHTY Specialist - ISFP

I avoid conflict and exude a quiet friendliness.
I am open minded and sympathetic but I prefer not to work with others.
I am Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

Mahatma Gandhis
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10. Is the person in front of you the PERFECTIONISTIC Investigator - INFJ?

I am insightful and future oriented.
I am conscientious but I can be firmly decisive when it comes to my vision
I am Mahatma Gandhi.

A.A. Milne
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11. Is the person in front of you the WHINGING Agent - INFP?

I am idealistic, curious and loyal.
I seek to understand others yet I can be less accepting of those who threaten my core values.
I am A.A. Milne.

Frank Zappa
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12. Is the person in front of you the UNPREDICTABLE Achiever - ISTP?

I tend to be both tolerant and candid.
I am quick with solutions yet spend a lot of my time observing.
I am Frank Zappa.

Mother Teresa
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13. Is the person in front of you the NAIVE Practitioner - ISFJ?

I am both careful and considerate.
I tend to remember small details about people and projects but, at times, can be painstaking and thorough.
I am Mother Teresa.

George Washington
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14. Is the person in front of you the RIGID Objective Thinker - ISTJ?

I am steadfast and thorough worker who prizes practicality.
I have a stronger need than most for order and organization.
I am George Washington.

Albert Einstein
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15. Is the person in front of you the LAZY Perfectionist - INTP?

I am rational, contemplative and have a knack for problem solving.
My downside is that I can also be critical.
I am Albert Einstein.

Ayn Rand
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16. Is the person in front of you the INSENSITIVE Enhancer - INTJ?

I hold myself and others to high standards.
I am individualistic and visionary with a strong tendency to be skeptical.
I am Ayn Rand.

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