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    Default Holy crap.

    I just landed my dream job working for an IEE, SLI, and IEI. Hallelujah... life is f*cking awesome.

    (And for the people who just can't believe life doesn't run along socionics rules, feel free to disbelieve that people from opposite quadras can form successful business partnerships)

    Being unemployed for a year blew, but it gave me perspective.

    So, how's delta quadra? Everybody lovely over here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny_dancer View Post
    I just landed my dream job working for an IEE, SLI, and IEI. Hallelujah... life is f*cking awesome.

    (And for the people who just can't believe life doesn't run along socionics rules, feel free to disbelieve that people from opposite quadras can form successful business partnerships)

    Being unemployed for a year blew, but it gave me perspective.

    So, how's delta quadra? Everybody lovely over here?
    Hi Dancer. Congratulations! Pay checks are wonderful. I don't get it, three bosses?

    You will have to keep us posted as to how they interact, your own field research project!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny_dancer View Post
    I just landed my dream job working for an IEE, SLI, and IEI. Hallelujah... life is f*cking awesome.

    (And for the people who just can't believe life doesn't run along socionics rules, feel free to disbelieve that people from opposite quadras can form successful business partnerships)

    Being unemployed for a year blew, but it gave me perspective.

    So, how's delta quadra? Everybody lovely over here?
    Congratulations!!

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    I don't get it, three bosses?
    They're all partners.. actually there's one more, but I don't know him well enough to type him.

    You will have to keep us posted as to how they interact, your own field research project!
    Well.. the SLI busies himself with construction (in his secluded corner. lolz), the IEE handles business development, the IEI is in charge of internal staff relations, and they all handle design together. It works surprisingly well. Other than that, I think I'm just going to leave socionics at the door.
    IEE

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny_dancer View Post
    Other than that, I think I'm just going to leave socionics at the door.
    That's probably best. Good luck.
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    want to hire me as an (un)paid intern?

    emphasis on paid part?

    I don't know what your job is but I'll probably like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny_dancer View Post
    I just landed my dream job working for an IEE, SLI, and IEI. Hallelujah... life is f*cking awesome.

    (And for the people who just can't believe life doesn't run along socionics rules, feel free to disbelieve that people from opposite quadras can form successful business partnerships)

    Being unemployed for a year blew, but it gave me perspective.

    So, how's delta quadra? Everybody lovely over here?
    Quote Originally Posted by tiny_dancer View Post
    They're all partners.. actually there's one more, but I don't know him well enough to type him.


    Well.. the SLI busies himself with construction (in his secluded corner. lolz), the IEE handles business development, the IEI is in charge of internal staff relations, and they all handle design together. It works surprisingly well. Other than that, I think I'm just going to leave socionics at the door.
    What about this set-up doesn't run along socionics rules??? I think them being successfully in business together is perfectly socionically explainable (you explained it yourself!). I dont see a conflict relation in there, and even if there were a conflictor present, there's a dual pair in there, which would make the dynamic a lot different from if the partners were, say, an IEE, LIE, and LSI.

    and CONGRATS on your job!!! sounds like you will have a very pleasant work environment!! (hopefully doing something you enjoy!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrano View Post
    Hi Dancer. Congratulations! Pay checks are wonderful. I don't get it, three bosses?

    You will have to keep us posted as to how they interact, your own field research project!
    I second this!!
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    hey answer my questions?!

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    Oh. Oops, sorry. I'm really bad about making stupid statements and then just leaving.

    We already have unpaid interns. And really, if you're looking for job stability, sanity, and a decent paycheck, architecture is not the place to look. Run far away. Preferably to engineering.
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    Awesome, congrats. I'm lucky enough to know how this feels. I work with two EIIs, a LII, and a LIE. It really makes all the difference in the workplace environment. Working with an SLE a few years ago suuuuuucked.

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