Extroverted sensing exercises:
-Get a piece of paper and write down everything around you that appeals to the 5 senses that actually exists. These must be sensory facts that everyone else can agree on: The room is dark. The air is rushing through the room. The walls are white. The carpet is a rough texture. There is a noise of crickets outside. etc. None of these should be about how they make you feel.
-When standing in front of company, imagine putting you hand on their shoulder and pushing them as hard as you can. Will they fall over? will they push back? What will their physical reaction be?
-Think about ice cream and how it tastes. Do not stop thinking about the taste of ice cream until it is in your mouth. Make orgasmic noises upon consumption. Mission accomplished.
-Imagine the tissue box across the room hurling to the opposite side of the room. Do not stop thinking about this kinesthetic energy until it has come true.