Greetings! If you need me to answer more questions, let me know. I'm more than willing if you're stuck between two or more types.
What do you study or do for a living? How did you come to do that? What do you like or dislike about it?
Well, I do a number of things. I have a part time job to earn a bit of money on the side. I got into that with familial connections. I like it since it makes me decent money for whatever I want and it allows me to spend some time with said family member. I've spent a year and a half studying the stock market. I have a plan for it, but that's for when I finish my original plan of my career and making a money. I will use it to grow my money instead of just having it sit there. However, I already have made a decent sum of money from the market. I got into that for a multitude of reasons. The main reason being that I wanted a way to become financially free, as a 9-5 seems bad to me. I would rather spend that with the family I'm going to make in the future, with my fiancee and our future children. Currently, I study medicine. I've bounced around majors because having a career was never really a goal of mine; it was more of a means to an end. I had to ask myself for a long time what I would actually enjoy, or at least, not hate doing. I ended up choosing medicine out of the information I have on it right now.
What are your values, and why?
Well, that's like asking me to recount how much air I breath, friend. I have plenty of opinions on a lot of things, with all of them interlocking with one another. They form a network to support one another, and make them even stronger. I would say it's difficult to state just one of my core beliefs on a value, for instance, love, when I have so much going on behind it, so much reasoning as to why I believe and do what I do.
I'll try to TLDR one so that you can generally get the gist of what I mean. I believe that love is generally mistaken in the general population. It's something I spoke to my fiancee about last night. People think that the feeling is what makes love what it is, when that isn't the truth at all. Love is, above all, an understanding. People tend to permanently fall out of love for two main reasons: personality conflicts and fracturing paths. To love truly is to have an understanding of personality where they do not needlessly conflict and to aim for the same goal or goals that go side by side. Couples that not only grow together, but can face who they truly are, prime themselves for success. The issue is that many people pursue it with an aura of convenience, or an idea of it like in the movies, almost like a high. My ex-friend and old mentor showed me this when he would make people listen to whatever he said and do anything because they "loved" him, and they were so desperate for that feeling only he could provide. To succeed, a relationship needs the goal of the two people involved to heavily involve one another, for them to be the center. There are numerous other factors, like meddling of others, life circumstances, etc, all of which I have my own answers for. But, for the sake of brevity, I won't go into it here. That is how you give a relationship the best chance to succeed and have minimal friction between both parties.
What else do you do on a daily basis? What are your interests and hobbies? Why do you do them?
Well, I spend time with the people I care about, help strangers in numerous ways, study, read, work out, play games, watch anime, and write. I do the first two because they make me happy, and I like to spend time with people. I like to help people because they do have potential, and they can really become happier if they have certain situations dealt with in a positive way. I study because I need to be informed, this also ties into my goals. It's the same reason as to why I read. I play games and watch anime with others for fun and to bond with the people I spend time with. I work out to become stronger and exert my energy. I write because I like to bring out some ideas I have on the page, it makes me happy to see that I can orchestrate my ideas in such an eloquent manner.
Describe your relations with family and friends.
That's a bit of a weird question for me, in the fact that there's so much to them, I can't really just sum it up like that. Every person I've made it a point to understand within my friends and family have plenty of depth to them. For me to throw a blanket over it wouldn't really do it justice. The best I can really do is to say I'm normally a pillar of strength for them. I'm also known as the guy who understands everyone, hence why people tend to come to me for advice. Some appreciate that more than others, but it definitely plays a big role. For instance, I got very close to my fiancee specifically because of that ability, I could see the true her when no one else could.
What do you like and dislike about them?
Again, that's a hard statement for me to formulate a truly blanket answer. I like different things about each person, same as I dislike things about them. I guess I could use my fiancee as an example.
Likes: she's beyond sweet, hardcore devoted, makes it a point to always think of me, supportive, takes all of my plans seriously, works with me to achieve said plans, only really shows her real side to me, etc etc. I doubt you'd wanna hear about all this.
Dislikes: she can lie, she can generally avoid saying things if she thinks it will hurt someone, she can try to retreat behind her masks if she feels too exposed.
What do you look for in friends? In romantic relationships?
For friends, it's pretty broad. I'm able to chill and hang with just about anyone. Granted, they won't see the real me. But, I can generally hang with quite a few people, with a few exceptions of course. Romantic relationships is where I get very specific. My fiancee had to pass a long list of standards, and fit with me as a person, in order for me to be serious about the relationship. All of said standards are based in personality and goals for the future, as well as previous acts in the past. For example, respectively to all those three:
- Supportive towards our futures
- Shares my ambitions or one that can worked alongside it
- Limited amount of past sexual experience, if any at all
What conflicts have you encountered recently with other people? Why did they happen? Which kinds seem to happen on a regular basis?
Well, I've really only encountered three recently. One was me trolling on DOTA since my fiancee was there and I wanted to make her laugh. I also wanted to make the BMer's uncomfortable, so I just cussed and cursed them into oblivion for the fun of it, then got off to laugh our asses off. That's just for pure fun. The second conflict was about a month or so ago with a friend who took his self improvement too far.* TLDR: His thesis was that he took things to the extreme, and furthering that, it was the same with self improvement. We were shit posting with one another and I called him stupid. He apparently took that to heart and decided to take it as a challenge. I told him that I thought he was one of the smartest guys I knew, and that if he did this, he would eventually see me as a threat and we would likely end the friendship. He didn't listen, I let it drop, a few days later, exactly what I said happened. This happened because he couldn't see it as a friendship, and that bothered me. I didn't want to be friends with a guy who saw me as someone so... transactional. I wanted a friend, not a business associate. This was specific to him. The third conflict I faced would be mediating family struggles by showing the parties why they do the things they do, and how to understand everyone involved. I'm the only one who can do it, so they tend to come to me for advice with it. This is repeating and semi-frequent. It can get kinda tiring, but I do it because I know the end result if the fights get worse. It will hurt both of them exponentially, so hopefully, I can buy them enough time and share enough insight to get them to understand one another without me.
How would your friends describe you?
Strong, smart, witty, an asshole sometimes, but really sweet other times, protective, forward thinking, and understanding
What do people generally see as your strengths? What do you like about yourself?
Well, how people see me and how I really am are two very different things. For me, I tend to really value my own strength and make it a point to be almost immovable in that strength. People know they can rely on me, and never feel more protective than when they are around me. I don't take shit, and im able to stand up for anything and anyone if I think its the right thing to do.
On the flip side, inside, I am a bit more emotional, and I genuinely want to be close to people. I want to be able to show who I really am to a select amount of people. However, I really only do that with my fiancee. I'm happy that I can, and I think that's one of the main reasons she takes the relationship so seriously.
What are your weaknesses? What criticism do you often face from others? What do you dislike about yourself?
I don't really get much anymore. I spent my life vehemently self improving my personality and habits. At worst, people can critique that I am not as neat as they would like, particularly because people around me are very perfectionistic with that sort of endevour. For me, I don't really mind as long as I know where things are, and clean when things get too dirty. I can get involved with others and helping them, but detach very quickly which really tends to startle them.
I've lived my life to where I could look at myself and have very little, if any, regrets. I didn't like how I used to be weaker because of my heart and desire to help people, but I found a balance to that as I grew up.
In what areas of life can you manage well on your own? In what areas of your life would you like help?
I can manage pretty much everything well on my own, although I like to be the leader and command others to do things to make tasks more efficient.
What things do you dislike doing? What things do you enjoy more than others?
I dislike doing things that hurt others or are contrary to what I know to be true, like when I have to bullshit my beliefs for college. It's very easy for me, but I find it meaningless, I just do it to get an easy A. I dislike higher education because its all just a game of stroking the professors ego and telling them what they want to hear, its so useless it hurts. Learning isn't the primary focus as it should be, hence why I find more of a home in STEM. Critical thought isn't that important anymore. It really does bug me. But, on the flip side, it's why my GPA ks borderline perfect, with the only B I ever obtained stemming from not knowing that I needed to stroke the professors ego and belief system.
I enjoy spending my time with the people close to me, a lot of time, as well as the opposite, having a lot of alone time. Im always thinking, and the alone time helps me gather my thoughts, while I bounce my thoughts off of the people later. It's great, and lots of fun.
What goals, aspirations, or plans do you have for the future? How did you come to have them?
This is where I'm most conflicted. I've already obtained my life's purpose, which is to get married and have a family. That is my primary focus and it is the most important thing in my life. It's why I looked into how people worked so much, and improved myself to such a degree. I spent essentially all day learning about others and about myself, how they interlocked, and dated a looooottttt of women. When I found my fiancee and realized my thesis was correct, that my dream is in reality, that was that. The primary focus came on securing the future for us. That's nothing to me, it's so easy i could do it with my eyes closed. I am the miracle worker after all, so I already had that settled before we met, and added more with the stocks and such as time passed. However, I have already accomplished my life's purpose. So, what now? If I had my way, I would seek to revolutionize this world and change it. I would want to rule, completely and totally. I want to change this world for the better, and make it better for my future children. I know that I can do, and that's why I study and read so much. If I am to rule, I must know as much as I can. Through searching for my dream, I saw two extremes: the beauty of humanity, and the rot society has instilled in it. It sickened me, made me angry, pissed me off royally that people were being manipulated to think certain things, believe things, and do things for the benefit of corporations and politicians. It pissed me off how people are being encouraged to take on bad habits and hurt themselves. Hell, plenty of people willingly subject themselves to a cycle of debt for status, because they are told to. People suffer, and die, for absolutely nothing. People go through relationships and break their own hearts for nothing. I won't lie, they refuse to look into what they're doing. They refuse to truly see what it is. That's where the struggle comes into play. If I pursue that level of leadership, I may put my family in danger, and if I do, I could never forgive myself of something happened to them. On the other side, I want to change all of this, and I have very specific plans as to how to accomplish this. So, a big part of my journey would be deciding whether I want to spark this revolution if I get the chance, and then lead till my death, or if I want to seclude my family away, and take my winnings while I'm ahead, abusing the financial system to take care of them.
If you had enough money to live comfortably for the rest of your life without working, what would you do with your time?
Well, that depends on which route I went down as mentioned before. In either way, I would spend a lot of time with the family I am making, likely buying land in the USA and a few foreign countries in case of the dollar starts to tank too fast in my lifetime. Additionally, I would want to move out of the USA before my first child would be six, as the values they teach her border on insanity. I would heavily prefer a more traditional culture to make sure they have the best chance to critically assess their beliefs, and the power structure presented. After that, or just on my free time, I would likely just take my fiancee to different places, whatever I wanted to do, whenever. I would make it a point to show her an amazing time, where she would never forget. After all, she excels in sentimental gifts, but I excel in actually giving her the best of the best in terms of experiences.
What traits do you find endearing that others might dislike? What traits are considered positive/neutral by others but tend to annoy you?
Well, from what I know of socionics, my fiancee is likely an ethical type, either Beta or Delta. If you asked me, Beta is the most likely. Ironically, I find clingyness to be quite wonderful. I like giving and receiving that attention to my SO. I like her being fake with others, since I take pride in knowing she only wants to show the real her to me. I like how she can prioritize, know when to cut people off when it needs be.
I dislike it when people are altruistic when they shouldn't be. I've been there, where I helped people where I shouldn't have. I quickly learned to limit it when it goes too far. For instance, if someone is willing to sacrifice good things in their life for people who genuinely don't care. That gets on my nerves.
I dislike it when people play the victim, I hate that display of weakness without a desire to change. A lot of people enjoy giving pity points, I can fake it well, but I find it disgusting. Same as to my opinion on self destruction.
What kinds of things do you do to manage and/or beautify your environment (your room, your house, etc.)? What do you think of daily chores?
I mean, it's fine, and I do have quite a few decorations of things I like in my house. Generally, I think they look good, and I clean my room when it gets too dirty. My fiancee has the whole cutsey aesthetic going, while I mainly just put together different things I like for my house.
How do you behave around strangers?
Fake, fake, and more fake, niceties, pleasantries, and tell them what they want to hear. I can be very bold very easily, so I can flatter people well. I don't really try to be myself until I know that they are someone I can be myself around.
How do you react to conflict? What do you do if somebody insults or attacks you?
I can handle it really well. One of my greatest strengths is knowing when to pick my battles, and knowing when someone is trying to slight me in that way. If someone insults me, I assess the situation to see if I should engage or just focus on something else. Sometimes, you stand more to gain by not saying anything. Sometimes, ill engage and insult back if I have something to gain or if its for fun. If someone attacks me physically, ill fight back. However, it rarely gets to that since I'm great with my tongue, and it can get me out of situations and into good positions with the right words.
What is one common misconception that people have about things? Explain why it is wrong.
I think I already did that earlier.
What did you do last Friday?
Well, to my best recollection, I was refining an essay to suit my professors' taste. After that, I spent my time with my fiancee. I played some games, then jotted down quite a few figures from the stock market. I studied some history, and then went to sleep while my fiancee played some games for me to watch.