Instinctive Motivations: Restraint, control, discipline, excellence. Assimilation; sense of association and cooperation. Primary Psychological Functions: Perceiving, identifying, establishing, justifying. Communicating, discussing, uniting, reconciling. Career Activities and Resources: Controlling, counting, filing, analyzing, measuring, refining, grasping, checking, regulating, fabricating, providing care. Balancing, reconciling, respecting, harmonizing, refining, embellishing. Symbolic Tools and Elements: Health, animals, small objects, manufactured goods. Luxuries, amusements, recreational objects; the good and the beautiful.
[I don’t quite understand how to integrate all the above to the larger context. However, several items strike me as entirely accurate.
Sense of association is one of my primary characteristics for having an ideal career.
I don’t know what the psychological function is supposed to mean, but the discussion is one item from those listed that I revel on.
Career activities are pretty much on the “mundane” (or “conventional” as Merkler would have categorized it) except for analyzing and checking (of course, it depends on the scope).
I don’t know what symbolic tools meant either, but it may explain why I love electrical gadgets a lot (small objects and manufactured goods?). Well, talking about manufactured goods, it turns out that food is also one of them. For amusement and recreational object, I like movies and books (particularly comic books and magazines).]