God no. That would be SO INSANELY BORING.
Now, mind you, on occasion, I have fervently wished that I were able to control the outcome of someone's decision on a single matter (in my favor, obviously). But gaining the ability to control all their thoughts and behavior would have completely negated their value to me as individuals, so it would have been worse than useless to have it.
Where you want to implant a mind control device in people's head and control all their responses and actions?
Not particularly. It would be a bit predictable. What I would do would be to sell several billion people into slavery to extra-terrestrials in exchange for working faster than light vessels and complete mathematical proofs on not just achieving faster than light but the workings behind the technology. Advanced scanning technology, some sort of holodeck technology and easy space-station construction devices would be a bonus. Even if they don't provide technology of that sort humanity has not only become an interstellar species but word will get around that we are a people alien slavers can do business with. Much like prostitutes.
If that fails then yes. I would get them to work on ambitious large scale projects of my choosing.
Why don't you just use your INFJ mind reading powers?..
Though I do not literally consider it mind reading, you're right, sometimes I do know what's wrong. The problem there though, is that it is not my responsibility to read someone's mind for them. I think that's why it's so frustrating for me. Even if all I know is that something is wrong, the other person can't expect me to be their voice peice. If they don't have the courage to bring it up or respond truthfully to my "hey, is something bothering you?", then it's their problem.
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What I would do would be to sell several billion people into slavery to extra-terrestrials in exchange for working faster than light vessels and complete mathematical proofs on not just achieving faster than light but the workings behind the technology.
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