- Constantly scan the environment for things that are sub-par or downright wrong.
- When you spot those things, ask yourself, why is this wrong? Is there a good reason? If not, what could be done to fix it?
- If there's something you can do to fix it, ask yourself, would it be the right strategic decision? Do not ask yourself about how it would affect others or their feelings towards you. Focus on strategy, and, once that's determined, tactics.
- Quickly enact your plan, and then go about your day
- Begin to retrace a route you've taken before. What is your gut feeling? Is your gut telling you that a particular route is "correct"?
- Pay attention to precedent, and rely heavily on it in new situations. Even in situations that call for "new"/"creative" ideas, use a mishmash of precedents as a starting point.
(p.s. phobik, since when are you ESTJ?)