Subtitles

We all see things differently and communicate differently according to our particular personalities. I think subtitles in the other person’s language could come in handy.

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12 thoughts on “Subtitles

  1. Ha ha, you hit the nail on the head. Sub-titles are a must for us INFPs and INFJs, “I’m fine” means “I’m not really fine but I don’t really want to get into it right now”. And “cool” means “Wow, I love that! That’s is freaking awesome!”

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  2. That made me smile because I often apologize for my highly metaphysical figure of speech that is difficult to follow. However much I try to level with the person, I can’t do so without compromising my message.It’s like I’m painting with words. Great blog!

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  3. Ha ha, this is brilliant. We should invest in some disclaimer signs that can easily be worn to warn others 🙂 Probably also explains why my husband zones out when I’m speaking sometimes… he’s never been a fan of subtitles!

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  4. Hi – Anne-marie
    i’m an INFJ and your blog is spot on!! In fact I’m studying Myers Briggs and how personality effects our decisionmaking and everything we do. It’s a big part of our advertising strategy at Grace
    Someone once said this world is made for extraverts and I think that might be true
    Would you be up for doing cartoons for the other 15 personalities?

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    • Hi Anne- Marie! Thanks for saying hello. Always great to connect with another INFJ. My art, whether I’m painting, writing, or cartooning, always comes from personal experience. So I probably won’t be doing cartoons for the other types. Once in a while I include Infp since that’s my wife’s type. 😉

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