View Poll Results: Which personality system describes you best?

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  • Socionics

    15 62.50%
  • MBTT

    1 4.17%
  • The Enneagram

    8 33.33%
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Thread: Which System Describes you Best?

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    Board philosopher or bored philosopher? jason_m's Avatar
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    Socionics b/c of the inter-type stuff... However, the more I learn about the Enneagram, the more I find it describes my motivations well.

    Both in tandem paint a multi-faceted picture--a pretty accurate one.. Minus unique, personal experience/viewpoints, which are beyond anything generic.

    MBTT is way too simplistic a system to capture something as byzantine as personality, (most ppl's anyway... There are some personalities I could describe with a word... Usually four-letter...)

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    Me, enneagram; my relationships, socionics.
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    From what I've heard, it's rare for an IEE to be 6w5. So I don't think personality can be solved by using any of the existing systems alone.
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