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    Default LSE & Oldham's Leisurely Style

    How can an LSE be close to Oldham's Leisurely type?

    The LSE is a representative of the EJ temperament, which is restless, nervous and tense. This appears to oppose the LSE's Oldham counterpart.
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    Meaning, they don't like to "rush" the work they do - they like everything perfect, smooth.
    But that are constantly occupying themselves with that work.


    That is the only thing that comes off the top of my head. I am not sure how much I really identify with Oldham.
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    Default Re: LSE & Oldham's Leisurely Style

    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra
    How can an LSE be close to Oldham's Leisurely type?

    The LSE is a representative of the EJ temperament, which is restless, nervous and tense. This appears to oppose the LSE's Oldham counterpart.
    Why nervous and tense? Nowhere it's said that EJs are nervous and tense.
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    Default Re: LSE & Oldham's Leisurely Style

    Quote Originally Posted by Courage
    Meaning, they don't like to "rush" the work they do - they like everything perfect, smooth.
    That's the Si influence is it not?

    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Why nervous and tense? Nowhere it's said that EJs are nervous and tense.
    Sorry, I meant LSEs. I was thinking primarily of this:

    Quote Originally Posted by the16types
    His bearing is sporty, facial traits are sharp and coarse, as if carved from granite, and by this all – covert nervousness, high internal emotionality.
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