Character Typing Guide

When character typing, choose a system and stick to it, since various systems interpret the functions in different ways. Read as much as you can get your hands on from a decent published (credible) source, since there is a lot of misinformation online. If you can get a copy of Lenore Thomson’s Personality Type, she... Continue Reading →

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Enneagram Profiles

Enneagram is about evaluating your deeper impulses, defense mechanisms, and the lies you tell yourself and not focusing primarily on behaviors. Enneagram ThemesEnneagram 1: Anger and PerfectionismEnneagram 2: Pride and the Histrionic PersonalityEnneagram 3: Vanity, In-Authenticity and the Marketing OrientationEnneagram 4: Envy and the Depressive Masochistic CharacterEnneagram 5: Avarice and Pathological DetachmentEnneagram 6: Cowardice, Paranoid... Continue Reading →

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Destination Wedding: Lindsay [ENTP 7w8]

Function Order: Ne-Ti-Fe-Si "It was a miracle. It required forever being seated together. It required an adjoining door and a near-death experience. What are you waiting for, a burning bush?"Lindsay Lindsay is almost a continual ‘stream of consciousness’ in terms of asking questions, pondering the deeper meaning of the moment they are in (whether that... Continue Reading →

Destination Wedding: Frank [INTJ 8w9]

Function Order: Ni-Te-Fi-Se "It might help you to consider the idea that heartbreak is pointless, because if you had wound up with the person, eventually, you would’ve been miserable anyway."Frank Almost from the first moment Frank and Lindsay meet, there is a ‘clash’ between their opposing viewpoints—her “but anything is possible, it could be different... Continue Reading →

The Greatest Showman: P.T. Barnum [ENTP 3w2]

Function Order: Ne-Ti-Fe-Si “Hyperbole isn't the worst crime. Men suffer more from imagining too little than too much.” — P.T. Barnum The film showcases the growth of an immature ENTP desperate to succeed and win approval to a more mature, balanced way of life. A bastion of ideas and an unapologetic dreamer, Barnum woos Charity... Continue Reading →

The Greatest Showman: Jenny Lind [ENFJ 2w3]

Function Order: Fe-Ni-Se-Ti “A man's station is only limited by his imagination.”— Jenny Lind The first time Jenny Lind meets P.T. Barnum, she makes an immediate moral judgment based on his social carelessness—he considers a bad reputation to be just as valuable for profit as a good one, which she calls “the words of a... Continue Reading →

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