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"I don't know what Ringo did."

Once again, the drummer gets no respect.

This is great stuff, Ben. I've definitely noticed that the people I've worked alongside who share the same vision (which is equally important), but are wired differently than I have shaped me the most in the way I work.

And if there were just a bunch of us ESFP's working alongside each other, we might find ourselves guilty of sitting around and talking too much.

I'm an ENTJ and my wife is an INTJ. Opposites strengthen the team.


This is so good and reassuring! I'm so grateful for my amazing team of volunteer leaders. Many times I'm awed by the fact that we would not have been friends in high school -- SO DIFFERENT -- yet, we function so well together in life & ministry.

Auto & chemical engineers, Special needs school teacher, Starbucks baristas, Traveling salesman, school janitors, audio engineer, etc, etc, etc. -- LOVE THEM ALL!

Spot on my friend. Btw: I'm an INFJ.

Oops...I meant ENFJ. ;-)

i have no doubt that this blog is mostly read by iNtuitives =)

This is why I love and appreciate my husband. He is not like me. While we make each other crazy with our personality differences, we keep one another grounded and remind the other of our strengths and weaknesses. Makes us a killer team! =)

I love that " ...just multiplying their weaknesses" . Yes!

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