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Extroverts should be told off for being exuberant and friendly

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Started: 10/21/2016 Category: People
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I'm an extrovert. Always getting told off for being exuberant and loud. Studies show that kids who are exuberant strive of human or animal companionship.
Should extroverts be told to be quiet?
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Can your personality type predict how you would run the country? Sure it can! Based on extensive probing into each candidate's personality traits as revealed through their words and deeds, as well as entirely subjective judgment calls, here's how each of the 11 remaining Presidential hopefuls might fall among the sixteen types created by Myers and Briggs... and what it might mean for the future of America.
Jeb Bush (ISFJ)
Traditional, loyal and dutiful, ISFJs put the needs of others first and will sacrifice themselves to serve their fellow man. This generosity of spirit means they"re skilled at building solid foundations for our future. On the downside, they"re virtually incapable of saying no. As leaders, they"re characterized by an ability to go above and beyond. Expect martyrdom.
Famous ISFJ leaders: Mother Teresa, George H.W. Bush, King George VI, King Arthur of Camelot.
Ben Carson (ISFP)
Impulsive, sensitive and charming, ISFPs own their originality and won't get bogged down in nitty-gritty details like debates over economic policy. Peace, love and spirituality rock for these free spirits, and they"re as spontaneous as a flash mob. When times call for consistent, long-term planning, you don"t call an ISFP. As leaders, they are characterized by the desire to speak to people's hearts. Expect tantrums.
Famous ISFP leaders: Joan of Arc, Marie Antoinette, Dan Quayle, Rudolf Hess.
Ted Cruz, Jim Gilmore (ESTJ)
Practical, organized and decisive, ESTJs are intensely focused on getting results in the most efficient way possible. These tough guys take personal responsibility very seriously and believe that a hard day's work is the key to moral salvation. They"re pretty rigid thinkers too, exhibited by a tendency to separate the world into "good guys" and "bad guys." As leaders, they are characterized by the desire to stick to their principles. Expect law and order.
Famous ESTJ leaders: George Washington, Henry Ford, Saddam Hussein, Darth Vader.
John Kasich (ESFJ)
Warmhearted, conscientious and popular, ESFJs like order, stability and good old-fashioned values. Eager to please, they care for others in practical, positive ways. As leaders, they are characterized by their genuine concern for others, though the appropriate metaphor is that of an overbearing party host. Expect well-meaning, if irritating, control freakery.
Famous ESFJ leaders: Gerald Ford, Sarah Palin, William McKinley, Desmond Tutu.
Marco Rubio (ENTP)
Smart, charismatic and hungry for knowledge, ENTPs are excellent at devising crafty solutions to problems. They take pleasure in their non-conformity and relish being the underdog. As such, they"re prone to behaving in risky and erratic ways. As leaders, they are characterized by the ability to play devil's advocate and never back down from an argument. Expect manipulation, fools.
Famous ENTP leaders: Catherine the Great, Niccolo Machiavelli, Steve Jobs, Captain Jack Sparrow.
Donald Trump (ESTP)
Dynamic, showy and thrill-seeking, ESTPs are natural doers who focus on results. Unabashedly gregarious, these guys really know how to sell an idea, no matter how impractical or simplistic. Hardwired to "tell it like it is," they will never allow sensitivity to get in the way of their ambitions, and are characterized by their ability to believe whatever nonsense slips out of their mouth. Expect a circus.
Famous ESTP leaders: Theodore Roosevelt, Andrew Jackson, Franklin D Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, George W. Bush, Lyndon B Johnson ... you get the idea.

Hillary Clinton (INTJ)
Brilliant, objective and self-assured, INTJs are exceptional problem-solvers who believe that, with effort, nothing is impossible. They expect perfection of themselves and others, frequently coming across as plugged in, but arrogant. As leaders, they are characterized by an ability to ruthlessly hack at any system that doesn't live up to their expectations. Expect tactics and a blatant disregard for the rules.
Famous INTJ leaders: Bill Gates, Al Gore, Vladimir Lenin, Vito Corleone.
Bernie Sanders (INFJ)
Conscientious, calm and insightful, INFJs yearn for peace and seek to inspire and guide others along the path to a better future. Like all Feelers, they"re skilled at appealing to an audience, and will passionately blow the lid off inequalities and fight doggedly for a cause they believe in. As leaders, they are characterized by the ability to get right to the heart of the matter. Expect karma.
Famous INFJ leaders: Mahatma Gandhi, Jimmy Carter, Adolf Hitler, Obi-Wan Kenobi.
If someone is disrupting a class they should be taken away or silenced so they are not disrupting the other class and teachers
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Posted by Dujec 1 year ago
Extroverts just make large targets for good and bad comments. Introverts are not great at communicating so the friction is often just a misunderstanding (looks around for friendly mediators). I normally score a near neutral between into/extrovert in personality tests.
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