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Space Cadet Explorer™


The Space Cadets are the Hippie-Dippies, Perceivers (in MBTI) and Procrastinators; 49% of the population.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines 'Space Cadet' as: a flaky, lightheaded, or forgetful person.
Also Flaky: not reliable in performance or behaviour.
If the-more-bubbles-the-better is your modus operandi in the tub, meet the creamy bath time elixir of your dreams.
Results; Inspirational; Promoter; Counselor; Specialist; Agent; Achiever; Perfectionist.
This group is the same as Sellfe-kən-ˈtrōl™. Sellfe-kən-ˈtrōl™ and are likely to have Peter Pan behaviour (Outlined in D, I, S and C pages).
They have allegedly been issued with a post-nominal title (CS) at the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose University on April 1, 2018, using non standard orthography.
Others are entitled as an Orthadocks Cadet™ (CO).

Director - ESTJ

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Believes in getting things done as efficiently as possible and does not allow anything to get in their way. Ignores distractions to pull them away. Organised - remembers dates and appointments.
Modus Operandi: My way or the highway.
K9: Border Collie.

Developer - ENTJ

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Focused and hardworking. Ignores distractions. Maintains direction. Inner mind and thoughts do not prevent efficient accomplishments. Multi-tasker.
Modus Operandi: Accurate, direct thriving on conflict.
K9: German Shepherd.

Results - ESTP

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Lives in the moment. Distracted by being drawn in. Loses track of time. Generally arrives late. So many ideas and excitement causes distraction.
Modus Operandi: Always has lots on. Forceful.
K9: Jack Russell Terrier.

Inspirational - ENTP

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Often all over the place. Mind constantly runs through many different thoughts and ideas at once. So many new ideas buzzing. Loses track of time or forgets certain details.
Modus Operandi: Easily distracted by anything exciting or new. Manipulates.
K9: Bull Terrier.

Persuader - ENFJ

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Focuses on getting things done and taking care of others. Good multi-tasker without letting anything fall through the cracks. Dreamer with a rich inner mind.
Modus Operandi: Capable and driven.
K9: Boxer.

Appraiser - ESFJ

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Organised aware of the present. Focuses on getting things done and can often multi-task. Ensures loved ones are properly cared for. Remembers various dates and appointments and can do this without becoming distracted.
Modus Operandi: A doer.
K9: Great Dane.

Promoter - ENFP

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Have rich and active inner minds. Have so many things running that causes distraction and it becomes difficult to live in the present. Forgets important things - e.g. dates, appointments, phone (without intending to).
Modus Operandi: Not dependable or worthy of confidence.
K9: Golden Retriever.

Counselor - ESFP

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Thinks through so many different ideas at once. Lives in the present moment. Loses track of time. Late. Cannot remember times and dates. Often drawn into something exciting in the present moment - e.g. parties.
Modus Operandi: Inattentive to what claims or demands consideration.
K9: Poodle.

Specialist - ISFP

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Easily distracted by something intriguing or exciting. Lives in the present moment. Forgets future events or dates. Ignores the future or the past to enjoy living in the present.
Modus Operandi: Withdrawn in mind and inattentive to one's surroundings.
K9: Saint Bernard.

Investigator - INFJ

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Has a lot of thoughts inside of their mind and inner world. Keeps things together and only takes action when the issue has been thought through. Avoids distractions and does not want to appear scatterbrained.
Modus Operandi: Very efficient when working or focusing on something important.
K9: Greyhound.

Agent - INFP

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Has so many rich inner thoughts running through their imaginative minds. Forgetful. Does not always live in the present moment and instead is focused on the future and sometimes the past. Easily distracted from surroundings.
Modus Operandi: The more bubbles, the better.
K9: Tibetan Terrier.

Achiever - ISTP

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Analytical and somewhat focused. Does not want to become hung up on doing what others expect. Jumps from one exciting event to the next. Jumps into something new without fear. Forgets times or dates as get caught up in the moment.
Modus Operandi: Given to erratic changeableness.
K9: Bassett Hound.

Practitioner - ISFJ

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Great at getting things done. Does not get distracted. Organised and are great at moving towards an important goal. Keeps track of all tasks and important dates. Processes what is important to them.
Modus Operandi: Loyal and hardworking.
K9: Alaskan Malamute.

Objective Thinker - ISTJ

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Maintains focus. Gets things together and pushes forward as efficiently as possible. Ignores distractions that may pull them away from doing what is important.
Modus Operandi: Manages the project.
K9: Bernese Mountain Dog.

Perfectionist - INTP

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: Yes.
Why? Have rich and active inner minds. Have so many new thoughts and ideas running through their minds at once. Tries to think things through before acting but becomes distracted by something new and intriguing. Loses track of time. Late.
Modus Operandi: Absent minded professor.
K9: Papillon.

Enhancer - INTJ

Space Cadet / Scatterbrain: No.
Why? Has a lot of thoughts going on and can become a bit caught up in their own inner world. Keeps things together and only takes action when thought about extensively. Seems more put together to others. Knows how to get things done when they want to, without distractions.
Modus Operandi: Perpetual efficiency.
K9: Afghan Hound.

Advice for Space Cadets who flit from one thing to another:
The brain is unable to multitask when it comes to activities that require attention.
"Multitasking is
biologically impossible."

-- Dr. John Medina, Author Brain Rules --

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