This is tough for me since I will admit, firsthand, that I am not a strong believer in the functions themselves. While Jung was a brilliant man, I don't think his functions adequately explain the human personality.
However, I come into line with much of the Extraverted Intuition description.
So I'll try...
I go through life with a laidback attitude- I don't try to lead or control others. Because I am an opportunist at heart- at least when it comes to matters of the mind- I know that life has its own set of problems but I always rely on my own ability to work my way though every solution. I have thousands of ideas in my head which makes me naturally talkative. I feel the need to tell others of my ideas because I know they can help solidify them and without others around, most of my ideas would never actually be put into action- because I am motivated by a somewhat subjective desire to accomplish a certain goal. I don't necessarily desire to do something different for the sake of being different. I seek and demand efficiency and find that Extraverted Intuition helps me out to achieve that goal.