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08 January 2011 @ 07:42 am
ESTP Personality Type  
ESTP - Extrovereted Sensing Thinking Percieving
Archtypes: The Doer, The adventurer, The Pursuader
Secondary Functions: Se, Ti, Fe, Ni

Active, curious, playful, adventurous, aware of their surroundings, active participants in every part of physical life, ESTPs act first, rarely thinking of consequences. Realistic, yet impulsive, they seize any opportunity and observe everything around them. ESTPs are full of energy and learn best when physically involved in the process. They will join anything as long as it doesn't require a commitment and isn't too intense, because they are usually not interested in theoretical, philosophical or serious topics. When they are involved in serious discussions they tend to act silly and make fun of the topic to try to lighten the mood.
ESTPs love the outdoors and sports of all kinds. Most are naturally coordinated and can learn physical skills effortlessly. They generally have many interests and hobbies and have difficulty sitting still. ESTPs are friendly, talkative, energetic, and naturally flirtatious, they love to laugh and joke. They know a lot of people and are easy-going and fun to be with. ESTPs love physically daring, risky activities. They are usually among the first in line at extreme sports. ESTPs join a lot of things, but leave them easily.
ESTPs love being the center of attention and many were class clowns in school. They usually do not do well in school because it is too structured, and not very involved. ESTPs also have very short attention spans. They are good at telling jokes, but they are usually 'off-color'. Their language is straight-forward, often sarcastic and usually contains a lot of detailed sensory information. In dress, ESTPs are casual, but often have a great sense of style.
ESTPs often have an interest in martial arts, fencing and other methods of fighting. They are extremely competitive, charismatic, charming and entertaining. ESTPs have their own code of honor. It is usually quite different from most peoples, but it is well-maintained and consistent. Loyalty towards friends is very important for them. ESTPs are difficult to read and predict. If there is a problem that they don't know how to solve, they may just leave.

Fictional Examples: Bart Simpson, Quark from Star Trek DS9, Mr. Krabs from Spongebob
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The Silver Wolf of Darkness: Silvolf boxedsilvolf on January 8th, 2011 05:35 pm (UTC)
I don't think I know anyone like this.
Desthagirion on January 8th, 2011 08:13 pm (UTC)
My father in law is this type.
draconisthanos: shockdraconisthanos on January 8th, 2011 11:39 pm (UTC)
Yes, this describes my dad very well!