I N T P - The Thinker

well, i got this test from joey about some personal test to understand more about ourselves. so after the test and this is the result. there are very long text but i just copy the short one to post it here :) there are good and bad but it just a guide but everything still need to control and by us. it's our life, so just make the best for me and for you. So i am the thinker.

Here are some short points - Strengths

- They have a natural ability to focus and get "into the zone" when working on a problem. They can absorb their minds completely with an issue, and work it through with amazing speed and accuracy. This ability makes them outstanding trouble-shooters. Since their logical abilities are dependent on their experiences, their abilities will increase with time. INTPs with experience are often seen as the "gurus" of their professions.
- Their respect for precision in communication lends them the ability to accurately convey their ideas and discoveries in full.
- They are usually quite intelligent and can grasp difficult concepts.
- They are often jovial and good-natured, with a good sense of humor.
- They are not overly demanding in personal relationships, and have simple daily needs. They are often easy and enjoyable to live with.
- They may be exceptionally intelligent, and make ground-breaking discoveries.
With a well-developed understanding of their environment and the ability to act very quickly, they may good athletes.
- They're typically able to communicate their ideas more concisely than the average INTP without sacrificing accuracy.
- They understand the benefits of close relationships, and understand how to support and enhance these relationships.
- They see the value of principles that are not strictly logical
- They have attractive and compelling personalities, and are well-liked and accepted by most people.

Here are some short points - Problems

- The INTP gets "stuck in a rut" and only does those things that are known and comfortable to the INTP.
- The INTP resists and rejects anything that doesn't support their own experiential understanding of the world. If they perceive that something is not logical, they reject it as unimportant.
- They reject people who think or live differently than themselves.
- They may be extremely caustic and insulting to others.
- They may become isolated from society.
- They may become overly paranoid about social organizations and institutions trying to control them.
- They may unknowingly or uncaringly hurt people's feelings.
- They may be completely unaware of how to express their inner world to others in a meaningful way.
- They may be completely unaware of the type of communication that is often desireable and (to some degree) expected in an intimate relationship. If they are aware of the kinds of things that are appropriate to say and do to foster emotional bonding, they may be unable to appreciate the value of such actions. They may feel too vulnerable to express themselves in this fashion, and so reject the entire idea.
If pushed beyond their comfort level to form commitments or emotional bonds, they may reject a relationship entirely.
Under stress, they may show intense emotions that seem disproportionate to the situation.
- They may not recognize basic social principles, such as appropriate dress and general behavior.

When we are talking about this thing then joey ask about mine then i said i got the thinker. mm..the said i think too much that's why i can't gain weight, all the vitamin and nutrition went to the brain. i think so much also no use right, think but don't do it, it still like a mosquito that fly by but i never kill it.

It seems like more problems that Strenghts. But anyway i think most of it is quite accurate. Don't have to take it seriously but is good to learn something to become better. I have the link here so anybody like to check thier own shit out can play around with it.

The test - http://www.blogthings.com/howrareisyourpersonalityquiz/
The result - http://www.personalitypage.com/personal.html

okay that's it.

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