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    and his wife



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    The guy looks ESTj. From body language to general feeling IMO.
    The woman is more difficult. ENFp? ISTp? INFj?
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    He has Gamma values. Beta would be the only other option, but it seems quite unlikely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy
    He has Gamma values. Beta would be the only other option, but it seems quite unlikely.
    I'm not changing my opinion. At the very least, he looks sensing... He has the ENFp look in his eyes with more energy and a fresher spark. (if that makes ANY sense to all you normal people out there. lol)

    Maybe he's an ESTj with an over-active wannabe which results in gamma-like values.
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    Like really... Aside from being Asian, that guy looks almost exactly like my father! He's like totally ESTj!
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    The guy looks ESFp to me.
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    he LOOKS esfp to meh

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    Se, Te, Ni
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    MOST LIkely:
    He: ENFJ
    She: ESFP

    or
    HE: ESFP
    SHe: ESTJ

    Too few pics of the wife and the guy is smiling weirdly in all his pics.
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    he's posing in most of them
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    The lady looks a lot like Suze Orman (there is a thread about her. She was typed as ESTj).

    And the guy... But... He still looks a lot like my dad. Erkki Agreed. The question was, "Who does this guy remind you of?". I didn't even hint or anything!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristiina
    The lady looks a lot like Suze Orman (there is a thread about her. She was typed as ESTj).
    Weird, I just came back to say that I think that she is ESTJ.

    So we have an ENFJ-ESTJ couple in there. (IMO)
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    Can't really help out much with the VI but having read his books, he screams out Gamma Quadra.

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    i think i'd look like that guy if i were an asian man. ):<
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    Quote Originally Posted by implied
    i think i'd look like that guy if i were an asian man. ):<
    Thats' hilarious, I was trying to picture implied as an asian man
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    Quote Originally Posted by pezzonovante
    Can't really help out much with the VI but having read his books, he screams out Gamma Quadra.
    you read his books? <3 <3 <3

    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Quote Originally Posted by Kristiina
    The lady looks a lot like Suze Orman (there is a thread about her. She was typed as ESTj).
    Weird, I just came back to say that I think that she is ESTJ.

    So we have an ENFJ-ESTJ couple in there. (IMO)
    I don't see it.

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    i think i'd look like that guy if i were an asian man. ):<
    lmao

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    I'm an ENTj. How could I not read his books

    The Rich Dad series is overly optimistic, but is good at laying down the foundation for understanding how to make money work for you, and is also pretty motivating. I haven't read them in a while so I can't make an accurate typing, but I wouldn't be surprised if he was an ENTj.

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    lol the choices seem to be ENTj and ESFp
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    Still ENFJ IMO

    Anyways, I think its' time that I stop typing random pictures and focus on the pm requests that I get etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by implied
    i think i'd look like that guy if i were an asian man. ):<
    <33

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    http://the16types.no-ip.info/forums/...er=asc&start=0

    Compare his smile with this ESFp and ENTj girl...
    (I know these two personally, and I’m pretty sure of their types)

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    I think he looks more ENTj in my opinion.
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    yeah
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    In my opinion, SEE.

    Kiosaki's philosophy clearly comes from "Rich Dad," who seems to have been somewhat more of a cold, mental person, while Kiosaki is a warm people-person, an educator at heart and a lover of "the good things in life." His writing style is symplistic and direct, uses metaphors of physical objects, and lacks complex constructions -- probably not how Rich Dad would have written it. The suggestive guru-disciple relationship between Kiosaki and "Rich Dad" suggests duality or activation, while Rich Dad's son was probably the same type as his father (of course, that's pure speculation) -- likely LIE.

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    Rich dad says things that are

    1)Obvious
    2)Propagate everything which is wrong in our society
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    I saw him speak like a month ago, and I was suprised at how "negative" he was (dichotomy?)... not at all like his books. His writing, however, reminds me of Naruto (lol), a clear ESFp. The philosophies are clearly TeNi. The question begs to be asked... why write the series? Why make money that way instead of forcusing on real estate or big business? I've sorta decided on ESFp for him.

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    2)Propagate everything which is wrong in our society
    Ummmmm... I have no intention of debating this subject, but I'll say that I disagree with your point of view here 100%
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    I'd also like to add that his writings are sort of a modern take on George S. Clason's writings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Rich dad says things that are

    1)Obvious
    2)Propagate everything which is wrong in our society
    Hahaha
    1) Americans will buy any book that has the word "rich," "millionaire," or "become" in the title and then call the book "earth-shattering." J/K... sort of
    2) Aw come on, can't everyone all be rich at the same time?

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    Like I said, either I was born with the business sense embedded in my veins, or the things he says are really obvious stuff. Everybody knows that buying assets is the way to get rich. Some people know it but they don't really give much thought, and that book sets them straight. He makes a big deal out of nothing, like all the books about motivation and advice, which I strongly hate because they all sound like a whole load of crap which tries to instillate into myself something via emotional means instead of just stating the facts and the logic behind them, and let me work out the rest, which is the only way to go.

    They are all low-levels social climbers whom I should fight passionately and I will whereever I will go just to expose their sharky business sense.
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    it's not about everyone being rich... just whoever truly wants to be (and if they truly want to be, they'll be willing to learn how)
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    which is the only way to go.
    for you
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    Everybody knows that buying assets is the way to get rich.
    Not all my high-school friends who were busting their butts to try to get into Stanford, Harvard, Yale, etc. and become high-paid doctors and lawyers. I think this is not obvious to a lot of people (including myself, until I read his book). Since then I've realized I can turn my apartment into an asset by robbing the people who come over to visit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick
    Everybody knows that buying assets is the way to get rich.
    Not all my high-school friends who were busting their butts to try to get into Stanford, Harvard, Yale, etc. and become high-paid doctors and lawyers. I think this is not obvious to a lot of people (including myself, until I read his
    book).
    http://the16types.no-ip.info/forums/...pic.php?t=5656

    I always intended on retiring early through real estate income, but it wasn't until my early twenties that I realized that "early" could mean 30 or earlier instead of 40.

    It's nice to have books like that to stay positive and keep energy levels up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick
    Everybody knows that buying assets is the way to get rich.
    Not all my high-school friends who were busting their butts to try to get into Stanford, Harvard, Yale, etc. and become high-paid doctors and lawyers.
    They wanted to be doctors and lawyers just to be rich??? I can't understand how somebody could have this goal in life, but hey...

    I think this is not obvious to a lot of people (including myself, until I read his book).
    Mmh, well, if you say so, maybe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick
    2) Aw come on, can't everyone all be rich at the same time?
    Lol no, that's not what I meant, a scenario like that would be awesome; it's mostly the way he wants people to get rich, by being social climbers, infiltrating, 'n stuff - it's omnipervasive even in the shady way he writes the book - that grates my nerves.
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    Him - ESFp
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    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

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    Whilst our laughter echoed,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick
    Everybody knows that buying assets is the way to get rich.
    Not all my high-school friends who were busting their butts to try to get into Stanford, Harvard, Yale, etc. and become high-paid doctors and lawyers. I think this is not obvious to a lot of people (including myself, until I read his book). Since then I've realized I can turn my apartment into an asset by robbing the people who come over to visit.
    that's awsome

    I've never read the book buy I agree with FDG. everything I've ever heard about the whole "Rich dad" thing sounds incredibly obvious. Like money management for retarded people.

    Maybe it's just that I picked up all this stuff already from my ESTj dad (whose far from rich... well perhaps rich compared to some. But not like crap in a golden toilet rich)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by Rick
    2) Aw come on, can't everyone all be rich at the same time?
    Lol no, that's not what I meant, a scenario like that would be awesome; it's mostly the way he wants people to get rich, by being social climbers, infiltrating, 'n stuff - it's omnipervasive even in the shady way he writes the book - that grates my nerves.
    have you even read his books???
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by Rick
    2) Aw come on, can't everyone all be rich at the same time?
    Lol no, that's not what I meant, a scenario like that would be awesome; it's mostly the way he wants people to get rich, by being social climbers, infiltrating, 'n stuff - it's omnipervasive even in the shady way he writes the book - that grates my nerves.
    really thats his "system"? that makes me even more hatefull towards it.

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