INFP-T from india

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wishsamurai
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INFP-T from india

Post by wishsamurai » Tue Oct 10, 2017 11:02 am

Hi,

This is vishwanath M from india.

I have recently took the personality test from 16personalities.com and found out that i have INFP-T.

I have completed my undergraduate in Electrical Engineering, but lately i find it too difficult to concentrate on this field.

Hence i would like to take an interesting career and i was searching for the web about similar infp members at last i found this website useful and hence registered it successfully.

My goal is to be successful in life like my fellow infp's following there path and so on.

Iam eager to interact with my fellow infp's and exchange our life experiences and career goals.

Regards,

Vishwanath M

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crow
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Re: INFP-T from india

Post by crow » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:01 pm

Welcome to our secret corner. What is your idea of "successful"? What does this mean to you?

wishsamurai
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Re: INFP-T from india

Post by wishsamurai » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:25 am

Hello Crow,

Hope your doing great.

Regarding your question, Doing the things which I like and live with it, getting an output from it , i feel it is a success, and going on getting success in it is in turn getting a successful life. :)

Regards,

Vishwanath M

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Re: INFP-T from india

Post by crow » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:47 am

Sounds reasonable to me. You'd be surprised how differently people decide what success is.
For me, it's going on living, without people intruding on me uninvited, with their multiple neuroses.

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Re: INFP-T from india

Post by BabyDragon » Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:33 am

INFPs seem to be more interested in art and humanities but nowadays it's hard to get a job in those fields.

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