I was noting the general tendency, smartass. :rolli: Frankly a bias for action (or anything else behavior-oriented) isn't really type-related, but certain thinking styles do tend to think in certain ways.
Well, that's HOW I experience it... but I might be ENTJ for all I know......
Your sense of urgency to act will just be in terms of value. You may make certain tasks more important than they are and overwork yourself to complete them, maybe. Just a possible way it could play out.
What I want to know is how ENFJs become lazy - is the Fe-Se loop going the other direction? Becoming so wrapped up in the immediate pleasures they put off their responsibilities? I just say this as I know two who do something like that.....
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
ummm... actually, I tend to get like that when I am really stressed so I thought that the sense of urgency could be somewhat Se fueled like it has to be done at the present moment or I freak out. Who knows if truly is or not? Why are people discounting how I personally experience my Fe-Se loop? I'm supposedly an ENFJ. Shouldn't I know?
I think it is, actually. Se grounds you in the present, and Fe could (not will, but usually does) give people a sense of duty to others. Together they'd certainly do that. Sense of responsibility + "there ain't nuttin but the present" attitude = "Get your ass in gear, right the fuck NOWNOWNOWNOW!"