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Your Sociotype: LSE-0 TeSi (ESTj)
Logical Sensing Extrovert - The Director

Brief Description of the LSE

Using extroverted thinking as his base function and introverted sensing as his creative, the LSE excels at identifying methods and tools that can improve one's efficiency and productivity. This understanding, coupled with the LSE's high energy levels and generally strong work ethic, makes him a very productive individual. As such, he generally performs very well in lower and mid level management where attention to productivity, organization, and detail take precedence. At home, the LSE likes to surround himself with aesthetically pleasing items that also have a functional use. Socializing, the LSE enjoys enteraining small groups of people with thoughtful discussions or light-hearted games. At his best, the LSE's drive for perfection at home and at work make him a good employee and reliable family member. At his worst, the LSE can become overly concerned and worried when trying to plan for the future, and he tries to mitigate this concern by minimizing risk below the level that many other types would be perfectly comfortable with.

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Other Possible Types

  1. SLI (ISTp): 88% as likely as LSE. Compare the LSE (ESTj) and SLI (ISTp) types here!
  2. LSI (ISTj): 58% as likely as LSE. Compare the LSE (ESTj) and LSI (ISTj) types here!
  3. SLE (ESTp): 54% as likely as LSE. Compare the LSE (ESTj) and SLE (ESTp) types here!

Relative Quadra Values

Sociotype Characteristics

Small Groups First Tier Dichotomies Second Tier Dichotomies Third Tier Dichotomies Fourth Tier Dichotomies
  • Extrovert
  • Sensing
  • Logical
  • Rational (Judging)
  • Dynamic
  • Yielding
  • Aristocratic
  • Tactical
  • Emotivist
  • Farsighted
  • Serious
  • Judicious
  • Negativist
  • Process
  • Asking

Model A Function Strengths and Values

These graphs depict the strength of each of the information elements in Model A and how much each is valued. The left graph depicts your Model A and the right graph depicts that of your dual. The

Your Model A Dual's Model A
Function Information Element Relative Strength Relative Value Information Element Relative Strength Relative Value
    Leading
    Creative
    Role
    Vulnerable

    Suggestive
    Mobilizing
    Ignoring
    Demonstrative
Te
Si
Fe
Ni

Fi
Ne
Ti
Se
37%
38%
13%
12%

13%
12%
37%
38%
37%
38%
13%
12%

37%
38%
13%
12%
Fi
Ne
Ti
Se

Te
Si
Fe
Ni
37%
38%
13%
12%

13%
12%
37%
38%
37%
38%
13%
12%

37%
38%
13%
12%

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