I feel most NF and NTs I encounter are because of their cross examination and utility of their N functions. But also, who isn't multi-talented these days with the social-economics matrix and our staggering population numbers to make ourselves more useful in the workforce. I suppose this begs another question, if we are truly under the illusion of extended free time or the narcissist complex?
It could just be relevant to myself...
though our multi-talents does not invariably mean we are exceptional at all that interests us. On that account, what is it that you stubbornly use your time doing, knowing you're not expecting recognition or nobel peace prize for it?
I'll be honest.
I can sing and play guitar, but I have yet to compose my own song.
I can skateboard, but I can't do any tricks.
I can dance to many different genres, and in front of large audiences; it's just me and the music. But for the love of me, following choreography is too onerous.
In the same aspect, I model without any direction, contorting my figure to find emotion. But I'm no longer industry standard thin (not that it matters except no more paid gigs).
I design, paint and draw with accuracy, but I'm intensely slow about it.
So to save myself from an agonizing standard, having creative or physical outlets help me escape the boring work-concentrated duties. What are some of yours?
Also, how much creativity do you apply to your work? And is it more or less motivating?