Quick Imposition™ - Go with the correct one.
This is for emergency use.
1. Is the person in front of you the DEMANDING Director - ESTJ?
Be logical. They do not give a flying fcuk about your feelings whether they are conscious of them or not.
They are always trying to reach a collective goal and are ordering people around to achieve the best and most efficient way.
Make sure you just listen to what they say. If you want to criticize them or comment something important, be sure to
back it up with evidence, state your intentions and list out multiple points as to WHY you are saying that and how it can improve.
2. Is the person in front of you the BOSSY Developer - ENTJ?
Do NOT limit them. Let them take the steering wheel and make sure you listen to what they say. And be logical.
They do not give a flying fcuk about your feelings. Since they are already suspicious and paranoid about what people want,
they like consistency in people’s thinking and behaviour. Be reliable, so that you be someone who they can count on. They
can get quite controlling, but most likely, they do not mean it with negative intentions although they are the bully.
3. Is the person in front of you the IMPULSIVE Results - ESTP?
Let them do what they want. Do not limit them. Be sure to tell them what consequences would come from that action
because they have absolutely zero idea about consequences. Stand your ground. Do not let them push you to the ground where you
cannot get up again. Once you are considered weak, they will treat you as being below them.
4. Is the person in front of you the EGOTISTICAL Inspirational - ENTP?
They dislike being forced into a society and they desire to be themselves. However, because society does not allow them to do
that, they will most likely put on a mask. Even if their words are very bold, blunt and harsh, be sure to listen to what they say.
Value them and their input, because (most likely) there thoughts and words are very insightful. Ask what they think about things and
argue back with them. They will love it as they are the debater.
5. Is the person in front of you the NEEDY Persuader - ENFJ?
Allow them to take care of you. They are very caring individuals. They want to solve problems people have very
often and are doing their best to make people around them happy. They want to interfere. Listen to what they say, whether they are correct or not.
They fear being wrong or that no one listens to them and that they do not have a say in anything. They are also paranoid
so make sure to be consistent in your behaviour and thinking.
6. Is the person in front of you the OVERBEARING Appraiser - ESFJ
They are naturally very caring individuals. They want to do what is good for everyone and value harmony immensely.
When they are not doing something that will help others, such as washing the dishes, they will be heartbroken that their role
of being the caretaker is taken from them. Do NOT take that role from them. Sometimes though, help them in return to show
appreciation for their care.
They are very chaotic, friendly and extremely unreliable. Individuality is extremely important to them. Do not limit these people and
force them into a certain box in society. They love to stand out and are natural people gatherers. If they need a 3rd
opinion, make sure to give them your thoughts and what you think. Try to make them happy and make them comfortable and
get on to their good side. If they are talking too much without facts, make them uncomfortable and push
them to improve. You do not want to be a doormat with these people.
8. Is the person in front of you the IMPATIENT Counselor - ESFP
Do NOT limit them. They have no idea about consequences of their actions. Remind them about how their current actions
can affect the future. (Even if they do not listen, take the “I told you so.” approach.) They hate being categorized with
“the rest of society” but they do not want to be disliked by it. Their freedom and individuality is very important to them
and taking that away from them would crush them. While having the freedom of choice is good, allow yourself to suggest
activities to do together and they will be happy to join you, especially as you thought of them. They love thoughtfulness
and finding unique items is very intriguing to them.
9. Is the person in front of you the FLIGHTY Specialist - ISFP
Do NOT limit them. They are very individualistic and put “not being like the rest of society, but accepted” is extremely
important to them. They do not like change. Their credit is also very important to them, so be sure to say the positive things you think about them and/or
their creations with evidence to back it up, especially if you want them to like you. As an example, “I think your art is great
because of this, that and the other. It makes it unique.” And they would be happy. What the majority thinks of them is very important.
10. Is the person in front of you the PERFECTIONISTIC Investigator - INFJ?
They are insecure about their presentation to others. Tell them that they are looking good, smell nice, etc. etc..
They desire validation rather than credit. Say that you love and appreciate all the care they put into you. Say that they are
helping you with whatever they did for you and that they are useful. Make sure to tell them what you think because they do not
know what you think nor what society believes is true.
11. Is the person in front of you the WHINGING Agent - INFP?
They are sensitive beings, but they are also very individualistic and are likely to accommodate to society. They
want to be understood as different beings outside of the norm and that those thoughts are extremely important to them.
Try to care about how they feel and try to be moral and kind to others around these people. Even if they will not say it,
they will notice and internally judge you for it. Do your best to be thoughtful in a lot of the things you do, whether it is
for you or for others. Do not force them to change what they believe, unless what they are believing is false and is
hurting themselves or others. When they drop something or daydream for a bit (lot), pick the thing up and ground them back to
reality a bit. This is very difficult to do. Compliment them on the small things they do and they will love having that positivity around..
12. Is the person in front of you the UNPREDICTABLE Achiever - ISTP?
Do NOT limit them. They do not like being forced into anything. They will look at your work and say something like:
“No you are doing it incorrectly. Do it this way.” Allow them to correct your mistakes and take in their input. They are
efficient and they like getting things done alone. Do not force yourself into the picture when you are not needed. Tell
them what you want out of something because they have no idea what you want. They feel guilty easily; do not guilt them. Ever.
13. Is the person in front of you the NAIVE Practitioner - ISFJ?
They desire validation. Because of the amount of care they put into others, they want to be
appreciated and desired for it, hoping that people would want them around. When inviting them to things,
ask them to join, whether or not they say yes. Traditions are also extremely important to them, allow
them to do their own way of doing things over your own, because it is most familiar to them and they are
most comfortable that way. That being said, they are also worried about not making others comfortable as
well. Allow them to take care of you, but beware, they might expect to be taken care of as well. Tell them
what you think. They do not know what you are thinking. They are terrible leaders who hate conflict.
14. Is the person in front of you the RIGID Objective Thinker - ISTJ?
These people are very traditional. Do not force them out of the system that they follow and make sure to follow
the law and rules around them. Sometimes, they can think of themselves too highly. Bring them down to earth sometimes and
make sure you are contributing to a common goal. They have a hard time knowing how you feel, so it is better to speak
logically with them to get your point across rather than with your values.
15. Is the person in front of you the LAZY Perfectionist - INTP?
They are blunt and honest. Make sure to listen because they are very insightful. Not all are that rigid though and are
more likely to be shy and awkward. Be welcoming, but not too welcoming and positive to the point it will scare them away. They
might be so logical to the point where they can come off as insensitive without knowing. Just gently let them know “You should
say that.” or something when a situation happens. They can drop things accidentally, or are looking for their glasses while
they are wearing them. When they are daydreaming, bring them back down to earth every once in a while.
16. Is the person in front of you the INSENSITIVE Enhancer - INTJ?
They are likely to be insecure about how they are presented to others: how they look, smell, sound, etc. Make sure to
tell them that they are looking good, or they smell nice, or they have a nice voice, or that you like how they are carrying
themselves. Have a strong need for perfection and credit in society. They can be naturally very harsh with their words. Give
them your respect and your attention. When in need of advice, do not give flowery bulltish because it sounds condescending,
and you appear as if you are above them. They also tend to be paranoid. Make sure to remind them that you are loyal to them
every once in a while. It is good to reassure these people that they do not have to strive for perfection since they are loved
for their quirkiness and flaws.
Now you have the emergency super-impose™ strategy.
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