victimrecipient with energy/excitement or setting a vision for the future.
Motivation is a bit more broad... and a bit more crass. You can motivate someone by inspiring them -- or by beating them with a large stick.
An ESTP who wears heels? hmmmm.....That is similar to the ESTPs problem (she's only in the project because she wants to be included and hence can drag her heels a bit).
That is probably an accurate assessment. NTs tend to not take anything personally or keep holding it at arm's length, even when I wish they would be more responsive; NFs have tended to take what I said too much to heart or too intensely than I meant it to be.I've tried such tactics before and when attempting it on NTs I tend to get a worse result than on NFs (the very people who usually take my words the worst way possible).
If you'd like to motivate me, you can dangle chocolate cheesecake on a rope in front of me. (I don't care if it's motivation or a sweet tooth; in practice, it's all the same.)Is that motivating them or just exciting their interest in carrots?