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Worst stereotyped personality MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Worst stereotyped personality'
Worst stereotyped personality MBTI type
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Psychology, Philosophy, Writing and Social Sciences

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 69


ESTJ - 30
INFP - 11
INTJ - 9
ISFP - 3
ESFJ - 3
INTP - 2
ENFP - 2
ESFP - 2
ESTP - 2
ISTJ - 2
ENTJ - 1
ISTP - 1
ISFJ - 1

[Famous ESTJs]

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 35


8W7 - 14
4W5 - 13
6W7 - 3
3W2 - 2
2W3 - 1
3W4 - 1
4W3 - 1

[Famous Enneagram 8]

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esfj has it worse than estj@DaimondDust You would know. Your the one who stereotypes ISFJ.@DaimondDust You would know. Your the one who stereotypes ISFJ.

MBTI type of Worst stereotyped personality

.Any personality that have strong Si and Ni have the worse stereotyped. Si and Ni are perceived as the most irrational functions, because they don't really have a concrete form or connection to when comes to grasping knowledge.

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. It just comes and goes. Se and Ne are bit better to grasp because its more related to external world, so we can see a bit better.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Worst stereotyped personality. So in a sense people with strong Ne/Se are bit easier to be typed. Where personality Si/Ni are bit harder to typed, we only able to typed them because of their presence of extroverted judgement Fe/Te.Which of the 16 personality types is Worst stereotyped personality?.@Typo: I think you're missing the point of the thread... it isn't actually about you yourself thinking certain types are inferior.I wanted to vote ESFJ due in part to Fe-bashing I've seen off-site, but I've got to admit that yeah, ESTJ probably is the worst stereotyped type. At least the ESFJ type is sort of seen as good at being the "overbearing mom".If certain ways of thinking are not pursued because a function is too low whatever skills are available will not be applied in that area.Functions arent specific skills or even quality of skills in an area. They are the way how people think. As much as skills are concerned they relate to them more broadly and loosely by determining what we focus on and in which area we apply the abilities we have. They also influnce in which direction we apply ourselves and hence which skills we are more likely to train up. The functions do not equal skills, but a relationship exists.and to say that the inferior function is determined by the first two preferences and not the preferences relating to the dominant? Fascinating. I still can't stop laughingthis series of comments made me laugh out loud. I'm not even going to bother to argue with someone that still thinks the functions are skills and that Se users are the only people that can survive outside of organized society and respond to unexpected threats. Even by his reasoning, we still need the Se users who are supposedly special people that can magically deal with unexpected threats to fill our emergency personnel ranks. I think I'll let him wallow in his stupidity while I get something to drink xDEven the people that say they aren't stereotyping ESTJ pretty much condescend the shit out of them, like "ho ho ho, the world needs farmers".SJs may have been "by far the most useful" in the past, but as more and more menial tasks become automated by machines, SJs will gradually become obsolete in our society.Talking about it, what do you think may explain the fact that SJ are the most common among types in population. Do you think that it has always been like that ? And how do you think the tendencies will evolve in the future ? (my guess Darwin will have his say on this discussion :P)Yes, forgot type 4, 4w5 is the worst personality.Type 8 Enneagram despite being arrogant in most cases are usually protective, fair and assertive, honestly don't see them as the worst type of enneagram, i think the worst is 3w ?? because they are quite cynical and liars, although they are good as professionals.As for worst stereotyped enneagram, I think it would have to go to either 6w7 or 8w7. The SJ stereotype goes more with 6w7 but the 8w7 is the evil villain plotting world domination who doesn't care about anyone.You could even extend that train of thought to the inefficiency of democracy.I don't think the problem is that SJ's are "inferior". The problem is that they greatly outnumber all N types combined. And with SP types being neutral at best to change, you end up with a society that is structurally very rigid, even in its weaknesses.For the last month in my Language Arts class I've been working on a project with an Autistic ISTJ. ISTJ already means he's rigid. Autism only made it worse. On a personal level, he's really nice. But working with him on a project was awful. I don't know why I felt like posting this, but since we're talking about SJs.That being said, I still wish some SJs to be more flexible, especially those ISTJs. They're so hard to communicate with and their stonewalled attitude drives me crazy sometimes.Can't say I disagree with you that change is the only constant in life. But in some extent all of us need to have roots and tradition to hold on to. Imagine if the culture is only moving forward without looking back to the tradition and history, we would miss plenty of lessons and aged-old wisdom. If everybody only think in the big picture and aim high, who's gonna do daily chores (which are, by no means, any less important than big projects), and keep everything clean and in order? I kinda think many SJs can be qualified as 'unsung heroes', because they are the people who do jobs that can't be done without attention to details and thus prevent chaos in the society, but are often ignored because it's not a big mega project. Parenting jobs, for example, have many SJs qualities whether they are SJs or not. Btw, I'm still waiting for SJs' viewpoint."keen on preserving the existing environment." Yeah, so? In what way is this trait useful? Change is the only constant in life, so clinging to the past is futile. Whether you like it or not, the truth is that SJs are indeed inferior."the important thing is to do what is right regardless of personality." You're assuming that there is a universal standard for "the right thing." From a morally relative perspective, there is no universal standard, so your point is invalid.Of course I've read that typology community has some kind of "intuitive bias", because most of those who are into mbti are intuitives, but I want to hear more about what sensors (especially SJs) have to say, not what intuitives think they would.SJs can do minute detail tasks much better than any N types. They have excellent memory and keen on preserving the existing environment. But what I'm curious about is whether they have another sides that people don't know of or expect. I wish I knew more about them, but there's not many of them out there on those typology forums.ISFJ can easily do the right thing, even though lower than that work ENTJ's. ENTJ's can be good to lead, but if they don't do what is right they can't be great leaders, the important thing is to do what is right regardless of personality.ISFJ aren't prepared to the same type of tasks that ENTJ's. It is true that maybe ENTJ's has much more way to lead, or something of the genre, and really they do it much better than ISFJ's, but that does not make ISFJ's are lower. Your analysis is very shallow.It's easy. Every task you want to value as not enough important to give it to another type else to ENTJ. You will be just looking to things that could fit your system, as I say something like 'Take emotional care' you will be telling 'That's bullshit', and that's it. Every task that, objectively, ENTJ can do better than ISFJ. It is logical and like (a+a = 2a). So, I think that you're just more like a very goal oriented enforcer person than an actual troll or something. However, I do not discard that possibility.Oh really? Tell me one task that an ISFJ can do better than an ENTJ. And I mean an actual task, not "empathizing" or bullshit like that.You're stupid, the personalities are subjective,you can not just evaluate in terms of better or worse, all personalities are good in their own way.Like it or not, the truth is that some types are simply superior to others. That's why we have Quadras in Socionics. Don't try to deny it, it just makes you look like a pussy.Good point. I don't really get it, the SJs I know are so interesting and lovely. Stereotypes are weird.Good point about ESTJ but I still think that people look at ISTJ as not even having souls.Case in point: Debaser on ESTJs: "When I think ESTJ, I think of your typical 'alpha male' type who is very dominant, strictly enforces social rules, and shuts down any opposition. Like Cartman, but dumber."ESxJ is the most rigidly stereotyped, but the ESFJ stereotype (traditional warm gregarious caregiver) is more positive than the ESTJ stereotype (traditional rigid stodgy overseer). All the SJs are more unfairly stereotyped than other types but I've seen people recognize non stereotypical ISxJs more so than non stereotypical ESxJs.For me there is no worse personalities, are different and these differences deserve respect because we all have good and bad things, estj can be friendly as infp and infp can stubborn as estj, I respect all personalities just think there personality we not we have great empathy.That's actually right, NJs have a very generous stereotypes, what happens with, for example, some ESFPs tend to move to their intuitive brothers due to the bad descriptions and stereotypes that makes ESFPs feel annoyed or unidentified meanwhile the ENFP stereotyping is impressively better. But, the completely opposite happens with NJs, a lot of people just felt like they were more likely to their N/J(I think N the most, because the SJs stereotyping just sucks and NJs stereotypes are awesome).I figured xNTJ got the bum rap since more often than not they're portrayed as villains or sociopaths.Before thinking about that, you're right. I mean, INFP stereotypes trend to suck an move people in a childish-immature way, that made some people mistype theirselves as INTP, but every type is badly stereotyped(SJs is a lot worse). But, there's a lot worse right there... For example: ESTJ stereotypes move them into a 'Irrational idiot and bad person that abuses the strenght' and ESFJ as 'Unnecesary supportive and pragmatic person who is completely ilogical and way too personal'. So, you're right, I'm changing my vote from INFP to ESTJ.I don't see how it could be INFP given the fact that INFP is probably the most represented type in the online community...I think it's the SJ that are the most stereotyped online, and probably ESTJINFPs get yhe best perception of almost angelic and pure intelligent and artistic creatures better than anyone else. ESTJ is the bad guy. ESTJ is badly stereotyped.Why INFP? Every type is stereotyped, but it isn't vote for your type, but the worst stereotyped. I'm constantly reading posts about materialistic and stupid ESFJs, ESTJs, ESFPs and ESTPs, because most people interested in typology are INxxs. INFPs gain more support and understanding, but maybe they stereotyping by themselves for example voting on themselves and whining about how they have the worst when they as a type are better understood.I was about to vote ESFP, but I remembered that many times that I just got embarrassed by my own type and felt more to the thinking type due to the childish stereotypes or I even felt unidentified by the explanations.

Enfp, everyone likes to stereotype us as outgoing and bubbly when in that case its just Esfps mistyping themselves.

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Handing out your opinion will do little to change the opinions of others. It would be better to explain how you believe swapping your perceiving function with Se is going to impact the things you say it will in any meaningful way.

I really don't see why sensing would make you less bubbly or outgoing--care to enlighten me? I would actually say most online typologists are prone to mistyping ENPs as sensors

Being bubbly isn't even a negative stereotype,,

But it isn't always an accurate stereotype and makes some enfp's feel misrepresented

I mean, most stereotypes aren't accurate... being bubbly doesn't seem like the worst thing to be mistaken as in comparison to, say, angry idiot drill sergeant like estj's.

I know it's not the worst thing but for some it's less accurate than others

That enneagram/mbti study they did with rheti years back really does make me think not bubbly enfps are an exception

I disagree with Strawberry. I more often see it the other way around (People mistyping ESPs as ENPs, as well as people mistyping themselves as ENPs), with a few exceptions. I also think the non-bubbly ENPs are more the majority than the exception considering how many tend to identify as introverted. If anything, the bubbly ones are a vocal minority. Also what study are you refering to?

It's because she's mistyped and a fake N, dat's all :D

INFPs descriptions are lame. No wonder they get depressed by reading that. ESTJs eat all the hatred of mbti comunity. Luckily for them, they will never know because they actually have a big heart and don't deserve it. At least that's the case with the ESTJs women I know.

Yeah duh, no intuitive is bubbl and happy.. They are too busy pondering the deep existential questions to be truly happy...

ISxJ because they are boring apparently.