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That is correct. People seem to miss the part where all the functions occur on a spectrum and being balanced is considered fairly ideal for success. So, generally, successful people would have more modes...But does the INTJ author really like the ESTP lifestyle? It would wouldn't...And so what if I test INTJ with sometimes INTP, ENTJ, and ESTP. I can do those things, but INTJ is my dominant configuration. But I can tell you one thing, I always see patterns, I like planning and controlling the chaos, I have strong feelings that influence me but rarely let them drive, and I have a strong distaste for inaccuracy or inconsistency in ideas or in act occasionally falling into the trap myself.
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