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#11
Mediator (turbulent personality included)

Creativity in writing is given as a common trait of the mediator.  However, it apparently has alternately manifested itself in me through creativity in analog electronics, which uses circuit symbols on schematic diagrams instead of the more common way of letters on a page as with writing.
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#12
(Jun 16, 2017 01:51 AM)elte Wrote: Mediator (turbulent personality included)

Creativity in writing is given as a common trait of the mediator.  However, it apparently has alternately manifested itself in me through creativity in analog electronics, which uses circuit symbols on schematic diagrams instead of the more common way of letters on a page as with writing.

You aren't the only Mediator (by their definition) Elte. 

I would guess that you didn't pick any particular strong agree/disagree answers for a majority of the questions, C_C might well have pick the stronger answers for their outcome to seem commander-like due to decisiveness.  It's written with the same kind of generalization that is used in astrology, tea reading/fortune reading etc.
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#13
(Jun 16, 2017 04:39 AM)stryder Wrote:
(Jun 16, 2017 01:51 AM)elte Wrote: Mediator (turbulent personality included)

Creativity in writing is given as a common trait of the mediator.  However, it apparently has alternately manifested itself in me through creativity in analog electronics, which uses circuit symbols on schematic diagrams instead of the more common way of letters on a page as with writing.

You aren't the only Mediator (by their definition) Elte. 

I would guess that you didn't pick any particular strong agree/disagree answers for a majority of the questions, C_C might well have pick the stronger answers for their outcome to seem commander-like due to decisiveness.  It's written with the same kind of generalization that is used in astrology, tea reading/fortune reading etc.

That makes sense, Stryder.  I didn't I intentionally capitalize mediator.  I was just letting the people know what the description was for comparison.

I did mark some as neutral largely because they were of very low relevance to me.
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#14
(Jun 16, 2017 06:07 AM)elte Wrote:
(Jun 16, 2017 04:39 AM)stryder Wrote:
(Jun 16, 2017 01:51 AM)elte Wrote: Mediator (turbulent personality included)

Creativity in writing is given as a common trait of the mediator.  However, it apparently has alternately manifested itself in me through creativity in analog electronics, which uses circuit symbols on schematic diagrams instead of the more common way of letters on a page as with writing.

You aren't the only Mediator (by their definition) Elte. 

I would guess that you didn't pick any particular strong agree/disagree answers for a majority of the questions, C_C might well have pick the stronger answers for their outcome to seem commander-like due to decisiveness.  It's written with the same kind of generalization that is used in astrology, tea reading/fortune reading etc.

That makes sense, Stryder.  I didn't I intentionally capitalize mediator.  I was just letting the people know what the description was for comparison.

I did mark some as neutral largely because they were of very low relevance to me.

If I had known there was a "mediator" classification, that's probably along the line of what I would have been expecting to be outputted, due to my feeling that I was selecting the center spot too often. But apparently not nearly as much as I thought or could have.
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#15
Here is my score. I don't know what it means.

MIND
This trait determines how we interact with our environment.
54%
EXTRAVERTED
46%
INTROVERTED
ENERGY
This trait shows where we direct our mental energy.
75%
INTUITIVE
25%
NATURE
This trait determines how we make decisions and cope with emotions.
54%
THINKING
46%
FEELING
TACTICS
This trait reflects our approach to work, planning and decision-making.
24%76%
PROSPECTING
IDENTITY
This trait underpins all others, showing how confident we are in our abilities and decisions.
29%
ASSERTIVE
71%
TURBULENT

I really that I fit the personality type of the debater. For sure I love exploring what we think and I like to stir things up by saying things that are off the wall.
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#16
Logistician here.
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#17
Logician (INTP-a)
MIND
This trait determines how we interact with our environment.
1%
EXTRAVERTED
99% <---!!!!
INTROVERTED
ENERGY
This trait shows where we direct our mental energy.
64%
INTUITIVE
36%
NATURE
This trait determines how we make decisions and cope with emotions.
64%
THINKING
36%
FEELING
TACTICS
This trait reflects our approach to work, planning and decision-making.
20%
PROSPECTING
80%
IDENTITY
This trait underpins all others, showing how confident we are in our abilities and decisions.
68%
ASSERTIVE
32%
TURBULENT
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