• 11:50:51 am on October 5, 2008 | 2
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    More snippets from the same INFP profile (this is about INXPs in general):

    “This is much akin to how INTPs tend to be excellent self-starters when engaged by a task, though non-starters when not-engaged. This is a property of Extroverted Intuition for both types, as we can only be informed of the task through our perceiving function. Since the perceiving function for INPs is extroverted, it must derive from the outside. They may remain stagnant for long periods of time due to their intensely internally focused nature, much unlike ENPs who would pursue the external tasks in a highly energetic fashion.”



  • oneiros 7:25 pm on October 5, 2008 | # | Reply

    Excuses, excuses! *shakes head*

  • saltspeaker 7:30 pm on October 5, 2008 | # | Reply

    Well, excuse me! Or don’t. I wasn’t making excuses, I meant. Ahem.

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