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    Quote Originally Posted by Cenomite View Post
    I'm a very high N, and yeah I constantly get the vibe that people just don't understand what I'm saying as I would like them to.
    80% N

    People rarely if ever get what Im talking about
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valuable_Money View Post
    80% N

    People rarely if ever get what Im talking about
    Developing communication skills is a wonderful thing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    Developing communication skills is a wonderful thing...
    I'll admit, i'm not always as clear as I can be, but sometimes, I try my very hardest to express an idea to a person I have to work with at school, and all I get in return is a blank stare.

    Also, I'm a pretty strong N
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annyong View Post
    I'll admit, i'm not always as clear as I can be, but sometimes, I try my very hardest to express an idea to a person I have to work with at school, and all I get in return is a blank stare.

    Also, I'm a pretty strong N
    In all fairness, I think as people get N philosophical or speculative, it can be very not-connected and therefore people don't know how to orient to what you are saying. "So I had this experience the other day, and it was totally like all 'laaaaaa' like the clouds parted and some higher power bestowed knowing on me, and then I was all like shabaam, now I UNDERSTAND what is going on, it was like this major epiphany of epicurean proportions, and it made me feel all special and knowledgeable and like I was on cloud 9 filled with daisies and petunias and colorful mockingbirds. And then I realized, that little yellow light by the gas gauge in my car, that means your almost out of gas. THAT is why my car just stopped running on the side of the road. Laaaaa, comprehension!"

    Ok, well maybe that's not the best example.

    I find when talking to people the more big picture that I get, the more important it is to also point out small details and how they relate to the big picture that I am elaborating on.

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    I've met people who seemed worthless for details: "Go here, wait until the right time,do that thing, it'll be obvious what you need to do, now go away and leave me alone." Really, how vague is THAT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    You're acting like someone with bad N who is jumping to conclusions.

    So is Skyward behaving like a bad S who is jumping to conclusions?

    I don't mind someone debating N vs S on values. We S's like fact, are practical, remain in reality and tolerate no nonesense. His/her personal opinion is not fact, just an opinion and is being broadly generalised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post

    I don't mind someone debating N vs S on values. We S's like fact, are practical, remain in reality and tolerate no nonesense. His/her personal opinion is not fact, just an opinion and is being broadly generalised.

    How would you define reality ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    How would you define reality ?
    The here and now. Practical, head not in the clouds.

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    I am a very strong N.

    People, know what I am talking about? My mind is much to complex and random for most of the race.



    ^ This is reality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    I am a very strong N.

    People, know what I am talking about? My mind is much to complex and random for most of the race.



    ^ This is reality.
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