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Charles Foster Kane [ESFP- Performer Artisan]

Keirsey Temperament: Artisan  

Kane loves stimulation, seeking it wherever and whenever he can. The facts-and-figures business world bores him terribly, and he much prefers the thrill of action. 128 more words


ESFP: Hoban "Wash" Washburne, "Firefly"

The Performer, The Activator, The Challenger

For the record, Alan Tudyk is taller than Gina Torres (by an inch-and-a-half, according to IMDb). Usually, he plays big guys (like the serial killer Alpha in Joss Whedon’s later show… 743 more words


ESFP: Kaywinnet Lee Frye, "Firefly"

The Performer, The Activator, The Challenger

I really need my car to keep working just a little bit longer until I one day have a job where I can afford a new one, and I sure do wish I had Kaylee to help me out. 1,050 more words


Personality Test - MBTI (2/2)

ESFJ: The care giver

In my process to discover myself, I’ve decided to use the MBTI test which is a very popular test to discover your personality in 15 minutes. 1,385 more words

My Self-development Adventure

ESFP- George Bailey

ESFP- The Inspirer

E (Extroversion): Bailey is decisive and quick to take action. He is highly-focused on what’s happening around him, quickly responding to events as they come up. 160 more words


MBTI: Jackie Chan's Career as an ESFP

I’m not done with Metal Gear characters. Not by a long shot, scrote. But there are so many of them that they could be typed until… 1,288 more words

MBTI Stuff

Goodfellas Mbti- Tommy Devito (Spoilers)

Verdict- ESFP


Dominant Function: Se

Tommy always takes center stage. He is a comedian, natural “performer” and spot-light stealer. It is no coincidence that the last mental image Henry has before retiring to his witness protection house is of the ghost of the then dead Tommy slowly lowering his gun and shooting him to death; Tommy “killing” Henry in his hallucination represents how Henry’s life of excess is over, and what better character to portray this metaphorical death than through staring down the barrel of the guns of Tommy, the man who most represented that excess? 487 more words