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Delta

Delta types are LSE, EII, IEE and SLI. They are senior in their values.
Pragmatists Deltas value selfsufficiency and pragmatism. They have an appreciati
on for positions
in which they can build upon properties of the world in an efficient manner, and are
prone to
recognizing the immediate surroundings Deltas are more concerned with what is f
actually accurate
and trustworthy information than what is a consistent ideology or system. As such,
Deltas will be
inclined to find little value in otherworldly worldviews and will prefer an earthier, pra
ctical approach to
solve problems. They typically have immediate and functional methods to integrate
into communities
they are a part of. Delta Pragmatists are either the choleric LSE or phlegmatic SLI.
Humanitarians Deltas are characterized as having good faith judgment and typica
lly value the potential goodness of a person rather than harsh judgment. However it is still important that they
determine and evaluate the closeness of others and see the potential that people ca
n offer. Deltas
are prone to see the merit in exploring multiple possibilities, disciplines and schools
of thought, which
can manifest as being open minded and accepting of alternative lifestyles. There is
merit to independent thought and selfgrowth for Deltas, as this is their preferred environment. As such they
are not typically interested in cultural or societal traditions or expectations, and can
live eccentric
lifestyles. Delta Humanitarians are either the melancholic EII or sanguine IEE.
Career
At work, ENFPs are adaptable, welcoming to new ideas and information, well aware
of people and their feelings, able to relate to others, albeit with some psychological
distance. ENFPs
dislike telephone interruptions and work well alone, as well as with others. They are
patient with complicated situations, but impatient with routine details. They can ma
ke errors of fact, but
seldom of values. Their career choices may be toward the ministry, missionary work
, college teaching, science, music, architecture, and psychology, but away from busi
ness. They seem
willing and are usually able to apply themselves scholastically to gain the necessary
training for professional work, often doing better in college than in high school. They
have a natural
interest in scholarly activities and demonstrate, as do the other NF's, a remarkable f
aculty for languages. Often they hear a calling to go forth into the world to help oth
ers they seem willing to
make the necessary personal sacrifices involved in responding to that call, even if it

means asking others to do likewise. ENFPs can make outstanding novelists and char
acter actors, for they
are able to efface their own personalities in their portrayal of a character in a way ot
her types cannot.

ENFPs learn best in flexible situations where they know the teacher takes a personal
interest in them. They like to be able to interact with their peers, but not too much s
o. They want to feel
free to dig into subjects that are of interest to them. Having both flexibility and creat
ivity rewarded is encouraging to them. While they may not enjoy deadlines, if they v
alue the assignment,
they will meet those deadlines. Deadlines may force ENFPs to decide that their work
is 'good enough' to turn in.
Subjects that hold a great deal of interest for them are learned readily. They will ofte
n do extra work in their attempt to learn as much as possible about something of int
erest. They often read
assignments carefully and then work their creativity into the given framework of the
assignment. Thus it may appe
ar that they did not pay careful attention to the details of the assignment in
their reinterpretation. It is best if they have teachers who appreciate their unique ap
proach and who do not hold them to the letter of the law

1st function
Ne blocked with Fi

IEE superego block:


Se blocked with Ti