Te-LSE? Lives up to his name.
Te-LSE? Lives up to his name.
Last edited by suedehead; 06-23-2016 at 02:40 PM.
I get SLE from him, not LSE. Personality seems affected by steroid...
The fear of the LORD
is the beginning
............ -Proverbs 9:10
[Fear definition in this context is Awe, Respect, Reverence, Veneration]
He's not LSE
Dual type (as per tcaudilllg)
Enneagram 2w1sw(1w9) helps others to live up to their own standards of what a good person is and is very behind the scenes in the process.
Tritype 1-2-6 stacking sp/sx
I'm constantly looking to align the real with the ideal.I've been more oriented toward being overly idealistic by expecting the real to match the ideal. My thinking side is dominent. The result is that sometimes I can be overly impersonal or self-centered in my approach, not being understanding of others in the process and simply thinking "you should do this" or "everyone should follor this rule"..."regardless of how they feel or where they're coming from"which just isn't a good attitude to have. It is a way, though, to give oneself an artificial sense of self-justification. LSE
Best description of functions:
"The last book I read was last week I finished a college finance textbook lol I don't believe in college, I am self taught in all aspects of things that I personally chose to be important to know for the life that I want to achieve."
"Dreams. I have a lot of them. Great money now, insane money later. Hard work while hardly working. I believe that trading time for money is the dumbest thing you can do. I trade knowledge for cash. I utilize my ideas to make money and I love it."
"When it comes to genes and ethnicity, I have awesome genes and I wouldn't trade my life, body, or genes for anyone elses [sic]."
"I had a small miniature pinscher for 4 years. He was my life, my son, my dog and my best friend. One day after letting him out he never came home. I was devistated [sic]."
"I immediately bond with animals of all kind, and I literally will not kill an ant."
"I almost met the requirements for my associates [degree] with plans of plastic surgery. But then I realize I am not a 9-5 guy."
"I am self taught, I am very proud, I can be too condifent [sic] sometimes but generally I'm just a cool fun guy that is relaxed around people."
"I'm a LEO. I am always in Charge. I know I'm the best. People listen to me, respect me, and I'm always searching for more knowledge about this life, or knowledge and processes to improve life as I know it."
"I have strong beliefs, I believe in God, possibly different than your view, and it doesnt [sic] contradict any religions because it is a mix of all that is, and all that is proven."
"I just enjoy relaxing at home, doing whatever I want."
"Eventually I want to own multiple business that are self contained, self running, and be completely financially set by age 30 living on the beach front white sands of Florida and I am already on the path of getting there."
"Unfortunately I do only date fit, beautiful women so if that isn't you we can be friends, (if you are crazy awesome or something) but there won't be any dating."
I don't think he is a logical type. My guess would be Ti polr SEE-Se, possibly on steroids or just anger management issues. His logic kind of sucks as demonstrated in the video below. I don't mean this as an insult to SEE intelligence. He is just super weird.
Introverted Logic (Ti, Ti)
SEEs generally exhibit chaotic and uncontrolled lifestyles. They are motivated by their impulses and momentary feelings, and may have difficulty carrying themselves to fulfill day-to-day obligations and responsibilities. To the extent that their external obligations permit it, they tend to be habitually unstructured and vagarious. They do not engage in systematic decision-making and may instead base their behaviors on whimsical desires. They avoid restricting or regimenting their lifestyles based on rational or "common sense" behaviors and can resist attempts to bring order and stability to their lives.
They may have difficulty following externally imposed rules on their behavior, and may automatically resist being told what to do in matters pertaining to their lifestyle. They may have difficulty adapting their naturally impetuous lifestyle to some situations. Convincing them to change their ways is a gradual, tiresome and often thankless process, best accomplished by persons whose judgment they trust fully.
SEEs are often inclined to disregard what they see as petty rules and procedures, especially if those require a high investment of time and concentration in order to be understood and implemented, while blocking the SEEs from achieving their goals. If they are suddenly stopped in their tracks by external forces because of a previous disregard for such rules, they can lash out in frustration and impatience, while feeling helpless and angry at having been so sidetracked.
Would make sense. I guess I'm not used to ethical types looking that classically masculine, so ESTx seemed like a no-brainer.
Those quotes remind me of trump
I've met someone like him about three weeks ago. That guy's type was LSE sx/sp.