I think I’m gonna spend most of tomorrow looking for hiring places/applying at them..
Grimes @ FYF Fest
Los Angeles, California. August 23, 2014
Photos by Auteurian
INFP: Identity - They are the same types. Feeling like they are competing in the same space, the two may initially oppose each other. However, they usually recognize their similarities and begin to cooperate.
ENFP: Pal - Similar worldviews, goals, and thoughts. The Introvert is more original while the Extravert is better at implementing ideas and plans. They get along at work and at play.
INFJ: Complement - They have interests in similar realms but their strengths have opposite emphasis. They solve the same problem with different approaches and for different reasons.
ENFJ: Contrast - They have the same order of functions but the Introvert/Extravert direction of each function is reversed. They have similar interests but the Perceiver thinks of possibilities while the Judger thinks of plans. They have different goals and opposite emphasis in strengths.
ISTJ: Supplement -They have the same functions in different order. One’s weaker strengths are the other’s stronger strengths. Their strengths can add to each other.
ESTJ: Anima - They have the same functions but in reverse order. Each sees the other as having strengths that the former wishes to improve upon.
ISFJ: Suitemate - The two enjoy the same environment and have little interpersonal friction. They do not have anything in common but can enjoy everyday activities together.
ESFJ: Cohort - The two find each other in the same activities only when one is stressed out and wishes to “escape” from normalcy.
INTP: Companion - They have the same primary function. The two have a mutual understanding of each other and can talk on a deep, honest level.
ENTP: Tribesman - They have similar cultures and are often found in the same social groups. They have different strengths and will be pursuing goals independent of each other.
INTJ: Advisor - Each has insight that the other lacks. They find each other to be a source of fresh perspectives and enjoy each other’s company.
ENTJ: Pedagogue - Each has insight and strength that the other lacks. They develop a parent-child relationship.
ISTP: Enigma - They are complete mysteries to each other. They have different goals and strengths.
ESTP: Novelty - Their differences are so striking that they are curious about each other. They sometimes run into conflict due to their fundamental differences in worldview.
ISFP: Neighbor - The two are often found in the same jobs or walks of life, but they reached their position through completely different means.
ESFP: Counterpart - The two perform the same functions but are in different realms. They have mutual respect for each other but do not necessarily wish they had the same skillset as the other.