Some infj's don't like details, and can be overwhelmed by messy, stressful, details. To that I say too bad. I don't like them either. I am an extroverted intuitive. I get it. But details matter, facts matter. In important business matters, they matter a lot. In personal matters, they matter too, just enough to get a clear gist of the situation.
Sometimes focusing only or mostly on introverted intuition can be bad, especially when facts, details, assumptions, hunches are far from correct or accurate.
Being an extrovert, and being a perceiver, I can visit and re-visit anything. Infj's generally speaking have weaker J than other J's.
Instead of using extroverted judgement in haste as protective defense mechanism from overflow of emotions, details, and stress, more balance is needed for perspective. And even when that happens, it isn't the end of the world, calmly re-evaluate and re-approach. This requires a small risk of vulnerability. It isn't much to ask when stakes are high.