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    A large part of Brady's accomplishments can be attributed not to his strong arm or accurate passing, but to his calm, cool and collected demeanor. When it's crunch time, he is at his best, relaxing his teammates with nerves of steel. He has shown his mettle in dozens of come-from-behind victories.

    Proving that he is one of the most approachable guys in the NFL, the media has become his friend, not his enemy. He still remembers the years he spent out of the spotlight as a backup and displays the same blue-collar attitude that is adopted by most bench warmers.

    Of course, we would not be talking about Brady if he did not have the skills of an All-Pro. As one of the NFL's most efficient and intelligent quarterbacks, he knows when to throw the ball deep, dump it off in the slot, or even run with it. Tom's two Super Bowl MVP awards are proof of his value to the Patriots; without him, they would not be sitting atop the NFL today.

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    Like the first paragraph states, what makes Tom Brady so amazing is his coolness under pressure. He always projects confidence even in the most difficult of situations. Brady is SO CLUTCH, he always steps up and puts on a spectacular performance when it is required of him. He has balls, and will make risky plays such a throwing into double or even triple coverage. But he is not a stupid risktaker like some gunslinger QBs, indeed he makes very good decisions that lead his team to victory. Arguably the best quarterback in the league right now, and one of the best of all time.


    What type is this great athlete?
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    unusually difficult to type. i'm gonna go with FDG and say ESTj, but in my mind ISTp, ENTp, ENTj, ESTp and ISTj are also all possible.

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    Why does everyone think he's a Thinker? He has very little T... he folds under pressure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Why does everyone think he's a Thinker? He has very little T... he folds under pressure...
    he folds under pressure? what is that supposed to mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Why does everyone think he's a Thinker? He has very little T... he folds under pressure...
    What? That's the opposite of what he does. He is BETTER under pressure, in the most difficult of situations where most would falter he goes out on the field and leads his team to the endzone.

    Anyone who watched yesterday's Divisional Playoff Game between the Patriots and the Chargers will know what I'm talking about...his last minute offense at the end of the second half...plus the entire fourth quarter...WOW. Watching Tom Brady throw impossible passes and extricate his team from the worst situations is spellbinding. Which motivated me to create this post.

    He is most likely a perceiver since he performs best under pressure (although I do this too, and I'm a judger). He has a quiet, cool, and calm demeanor. Somewhat unemotional. Seems very efficient in his game play (although a lot of this is the coaching, his plays just give off that vibe).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pezzonovante
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Why does everyone think he's a Thinker? He has very little T... he folds under pressure...
    What? That's the opposite of what he does. He is BETTER under pressure, in the most difficult of situations where most would falter he goes out on the field and leads his team to the endzone.

    Anyone who watched yesterday's Divisional Playoff Game between the Patriots and the Chargers will know what I'm talking about...his last minute offense at the end of the second half...plus the entire fourth quarter...WOW. Watching Tom Brady throw impossible passes and extricate his team from the worst situations is spellbinding. Which motivated me to create this post.
    i think its fairly obvious that rocky wasn't talking about pressure in a football sense... but i guess he might have been since exactly what he was talking about escapes me.

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    I still think ENTp.
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    Brady has said that one of his biggest problems is being able to concentrate on any manner on the field, meaning that his eyes will drift around and forget about the game. He tries to combat this by taking conscious effort to stare at any one object before he gets started... plus he's got a good team around him, good blockers who protect him in the pocket so he never gets blitzed... otherwise he loses focus and throws the ball away.
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    I think Rocky is refering to Brain Types. Niednagel uses empirical data of movements and speach to idenify type. He has apparently been successful at identifying atheletes as well as coaching them on how to improve their game. I dont know exactly where on his site it says Brady is ENFP but Im sure I read it there somewhere. Am I correct Rocky?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topaz
    I think Rocky is refering to Brain Types. Niednagel uses empirical data of movements and speach to idenify type. He has apparently been successful at identifying atheletes as well as coaching them on how to improve their game. I dont know exactly where on his site it says Brady is ENFP but Im sure I read it there somewhere. Am I correct Rocky?
    Actually, Niednagel works with Brady personally and watching a video of him talking to Brady is where I remember Niednagel reminding Brady that he has to focus on what's happening on the field, and Brady agreed.
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    if you ask me that would be an argument for XNXp. where does the low T come from?

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    I've always thought IEE>SEE.
    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
    Under cerulean skies...

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    Are braintypes the same as MBTI?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pezzonovante
    Are braintypes the same as MBTI?
    No.

    I mean hell, Western socionics is even different from Eastern socionics. It's all opinions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Quote Originally Posted by pezzonovante
    Are braintypes the same as MBTI?
    No.

    I mean hell, Western socionics is even different from Eastern socionics. It's all opinions.
    Gotcha.
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    i can see ENFp. he has similar expressions to and smiles like my sister, who is certainly ENFp.
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    @3:15: being a good dad, being a good husband and a really good friend, that's really important to me, and relationships. I'm someone that cares about people, my relationships. I'm very much an introvert. I don't like a lot of this, even though you think you run on the field in front of 70k people, it just freaks me out.


    in another interview he mention that he cried for a long time when he lost the final a couple of years ago. seems like an F type to me.

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    yeah after watching more interviews I can confidently type him as IEE with a dominant subtype. maybe Ne gives him advantages as a quarterback, since he is most likely searching for opportunities on the field. intuitive types often don't do well in competitive sports, but dominant subtypes seem to really really have an advantage overall. christiano ronaldo would also be an exmple for this theory. ronaldo is imo an EIE with a dominant subtype. tom brady even has this typical IEE smile that is getting very common in my typing gallery.



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    Tom Brady - ISTJ Gorky

    "A large part of Brady's accomplishments can be attributed not to his strong arm or accurate passing, but to his calm, cool and collected demeanor.
    When it's crunch time, he is at his best, relaxing his teammates with nerves of steel."









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    Duality Inter-type Relationship





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    Quote Originally Posted by dead account View Post
    yeah after watching more interviews I can confidently type him as IEE with a dominant subtype. maybe Ne gives him advantages as a quarterback, since he is most likely searching for opportunities on the field. intuitive types often don't do well in competitive sports, but dominant subtypes seem to really really have an advantage overall. christiano ronaldo would also be an exmple for this theory. ronaldo is imo an EIE with a dominant subtype. tom brady even has this typical IEE smile that is getting very common in my typing gallery.



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    Lmao on the smile. I can see IEE too. His history with Bill Belichick is interesting too. It's like BB failed completely to give him any kind of emotional support. There's this whole thing with BB making it all about winning and shutting down Brady forming rapport with other players. It's pretty much why he left the Patriots when he's only planning to play for two years more with Tampa. He could have stayed with New England year to year, but they wouldn't even give him a measly two year contract. That's a bad sign for somebody that has given them many winning seasons.
    He's been fun to watch with Tampa and he seems a lot happier. He was almost glowing after they beat the Saints. He was smiling during the post game interview and on the field after the game. Even if he's not IEE, he does seem to be an F type regardless.

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    Tom Brady - ISTJ Gorky

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    gisele seems like a 4D Fe type, but it's definitely no duality. I suspect that they will separate once he ends his career. they seem to have rather different values. these kind of relationships usually only last so long because both are very busy and don't really see each other all that much. brady also mentioned in an interview that he barely takes care of the household and that gisele does most of the work. they probably also have a nanny

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    The most perfect duality couple among my examples. They will never ever separate from each other.



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    Tom Brady seems SLI to me. He looks introverted to me. An SLI typing with Si would account for his superb control over his body. Also, for his self-effacement and humility. His wife, I've seen that face before but I can't place it. Not ESI. Maybe Alpha? Maybe ESE? To me, she has an alien look, as if she's from my opposite quadra.*


    *This recognition of opposite values is probably partly the source of Gammas being considered to be Lizard People by Alphas. Lol.
    Yes, I'm talking to you, J.K. Rowling.

    *EDIT* If he's SLI and she's ESE, then that would make her his Supervisor. Now, does he look Supervised in pictures with the two of them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by khcs View Post
    The most perfect duality couple among my examples. They will never ever separate from each other.
    just looked up some articles on their relationship. truly perfect.

    https://www.etonline.com/tom-brady-o...sfied-with-our

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Strange View Post
    Tom Brady seems SLI to me. He looks introverted to me. An SLI typing with Si would account for his superb control over his body. Also, for his self-effacement and humility. His wife, I've seen that face before but I can't place it. Not ESI. Maybe Alpha? Maybe ESE? To me, she has an alien look, as if she's from my opposite quadra.*


    *This recognition of opposite values is probably partly the source of Gammas being considered to be Lizard People by Alphas. Lol.
    Yes, I'm talking to you, J.K. Rowling.

    *EDIT* If he's SLI and she's ESE, then that would make her his Supervisor. Now, does he look Supervised in pictures with the two of them?
    ESE is probably a good guess, but I'm leaning more towards EIE for her. the more interviews I watch the more I feel like I'm just bombarded with drama.

    https://youtu.be/7y5CtUIJTSw

    EJ temperament seems extremly clear. she's also probably a creative subtype, like all those tall models that want to be famous. so they are quasi-identicals with incompatible subtypes. I will give them around 5 more years after the end of his career till a break-up.

    j. k. rowling is imo an IEI

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    IEE/SLI. My dentist who is some sorta Te-valuing Delta has a man crush on him.

    God he's so boring to me. I'm so fucking indifferent to him. He has to be in my opposing quadra, he just has tooooo.

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    I think Brady is some sort of high dimensional Ti thing, but I don’t care to type him. Similarly, I hate his wife who I’m sure is a gross alpha SF. The Si from her is suffocating.

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    He values Fe Karen-ness. I rest my case.



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    LSI. Gisele is EIE.

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    huh, well I'm confused. Brady seems really good with Fi. But everyone has different perceptions. I guess I'll just leave this one in the confused bin and just enjoy watching everyone get butthurt when he succeeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeliMeat View Post
    Warning: ​NSFL

    This used to bother me, but apparently he kisses his father on the lips too. I don't know, it might be weird, but if it's not sexual, I guess it's fine.
    I almost kissed somebody like that once, an older dude, I just wanted him to know I was happy to see him (nothing sexual) and instinctively I went to kiss him and stopped and we were both like - what.

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    I had strings
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