i want to learn how nf types go about writing, composing their thoughts, arranging their ideas, and producing mental/creative WORK.
infp: i've noticed the infps who have learned how to work their strengths to write, especially when working on something that requires more linearity than they would necessary like, do best at writing it all out, printing it, and then literally taking scissors to cut and paste it into a coherent direction. the seeing the whole spatially and then re-composing is crucial.
infj: as an infj, i have to free-write to explore all of the loose ends and strands of ideas in my head. my skill is in recognizing implications more so than in creating focused arguments. i need to allow my perceptions to wander in order to make the most of my Ni perceptual intelligence, and i need to think of emotional objectives by writing TO someone in order to maximize my voice, i need to rely on those kind of stylistics to create a sense of integrity and consistency throughout the work. which doesn't work in specific forms (formal) writing nearly as well. the free-write process helps me immensely, as does constant outlining and creating maps for thinking in different layers, seeing it all at once perceptually, and attempting to get as much encoded in easy-to-perceive representations so that i can take in as much info when i synthesize as possible.
i have no idea about how these extroverts work. i know that enfp, when someone is exploring their ideas, realizes their ideas easily into materialization. but they don't recognize the seeds or the relationships until they come up in conversation, or until they are part of the solution to a problem which must be asked first (or they have to be stoned and in a particularly thoughtful/silly/exploratory).