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    Let's make this showy! raz's Avatar
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    Or do like I'm doing, find a hobby, allow yourself to be engrossed by it, and stop caring about having friends. Let them come to you. You have the right to pick and choose.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raz View Post
    I guess if you feed off other people the majority of the time. I think I notice that I can feed off other people at times. I think it's Te that feeds off the people, though. When I have other people around me working with me, Te keeps getting pumped up and I go further and further into a structure and organization mode toward my surroundings. When I'm alone, the Te is more focused on personal things. It's that Te is capable of a lot more around other people just by being around those people compared to being alone. However, I won't last as long around those people as an ESTJ. I'll run out of patience quicker than the ESTJ.
    I see. The last question in my post was kinda directed towards the OP though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    I see. The last question in my post was kinda directed towards the OP though...
    I didn't intuit that, sorry. I gave you more information, though! It was an unexpected response!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullitt View Post
    Is there any confirmed working way of conditioning yourself to become more extroverted?

    I am under the assumption that e.g. participating in something that requires quick thinking like sports and first person shooter video games, should be able to condition you to use you senses more, instead of intuition.

    Now I am looking for a similar way of becoming even more extroverted, besides just going out and meeting people. Any suggestions? :-)
    Teach me too, haha.

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    Being socially rejected and outcasted made my I go from 54% (I estimate) to 96%. So get yourself smothered with praise, happiness, etc.

    You may become more E.

    Why would you want to, I have no idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gewitter27 View Post
    Being socially rejected and outcasted made my I go from 54% (I estimate) to 96%. So get yourself smothered with praise, happiness, etc.

    You may become more E.

    Why would you want to, I have no idea.
    Because if you're more extroverted, your chances of success improve in pretty much everything.

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