Which description do you relate to with your type?
I relate to this one because I watch people and relationships.
Originally Posted by silke's translationUsing introverted feeling as her base function and extroverted intuition as her creative, the EII is acutely attuned to inner human essence in herself and in others. Through extraverted intuition, she becomes aware of a variety of potential options and alternatives, and often needs help to narrow them down into concrete forms. She readily and eloquently points out associations between divergent topics, subjects, and themes making an impression of someone who is well-informed. With her dominant introverted feeling, EII is able to deduce and point out the prevailing attitudes and values, and general rules and regularities that govern people's behavior and relationships. This makes the EII a natural psychologist. Indeed, EII often displays an keen interest in studying the human character, which she may seek in studies of literature, poetry, and art. EII needs to constantly set goals for herself. However it should be noted that these goals are very personal, for she places less weight on the conventional achievements that society values. At her best, the EII is known for respecting beliefs and values of others; however, to achieve her goals she may attempt to influence the views of others to coincide with her own, becoming antagonistic, stubborn and unyielding in her arguments. EII is often diligent in her work and studies. She carries out her tasks provided that she has been given instructions. Becoming acquainted, she displays a welcoming, friendly, interested attitude, and indeed enjoys reception. She has a distaste for behavior that is overtly loud, abrasive, or aggressive. When met with such attitudes, she will plead for the person to desist.
Leading - Introverted Ethics, Fi
EIIs are very attuned to the nuances of interpersonal interactions and strive to keep their relations with others friendly and benevolent. They easily come into contact with others and may be sympathetic and courteous towards people even at a distance, while not being acquainted with them.
EII readily lends a compassionate ear to others. She will listen even to people who not very close with her, and may sympathize with her enemies, because she sees the ever present potential for renewal and change. However, to protect herself, to shield herself from those who may take advantage of her inner kindness, EIIs also adopt a more austere, harsh and biting demeanor.
Being dominant in an introverted rational function, EIIs often have well-formed opinions that they have carefully constructed and analyzed. They often excel in written and verbal self-expression, eloquently explaining their personal point of view.
EIIs are very empathetic people and find it very easy to feel along with others. They are implicitly attuned to the inner harmony of others; due to this they are sensitive to offending someone as well as being offended themselves.
EIIs whose feeling function is too pronounced exhibit excessively narrow, stubborn, categorical views and attitudes, and an excessively subjective orientation in their decisions.
Creative - Extroverted Intuition, Ne
With her creative extraverted intuitive function, EII becomes aware of the multitude of possibilities that can mold the present state. This inspires her to forgive the transgressions of others for she often sees the potential for personal growth and change. Having a strong understanding of the inner workings of a personality and what constitutes harmonious emotional states, the EII can provide original advice concerning personal wellbeing and relations.
Due to her creative intuition, EII voices and discusses different options and possibilities. She operates creatively with hypothetical and broader themes, attempts to disambiguate and clarify what she has learned. She astutely draws connections and unearths associations between various themes and concepts across different topics. Thus she can become a good researcher. She has an inquisitive mind and seeks exposure to that which is clever, novel, and unusual.
In EIIs whose extraverted intuition is too well developed, such broad vision lends to indecision, uncertainty, and lack of focus when it comes to dealing with outside world. Due to this she comes to associate with those who can help them to narrow the options down to more pragmatic and concrete forms.