- you think people waste too much time objectively defining things
- you may see the value of hard evidence, but you don't need a ton of it to make what you believe is a rational, informed decision
- you believe that logic is a wonderful servant but a horrible master
- you think proof and precision are overrated. your feelings are right ~85% of the time anyway, so it's that good enough for most things?
- you don't feel the need to justify something's subjective meaning to you. who cares if it's rational if it's meaningful?
- you think people are stupid because they lose sight of what/who is important to them in the process of trying to attain their goals
- people often underestimate you because you don't tend to have a lot of hard evidence even when you know what you're talking about
- a scientific study verifies something that was obvious to you about human nature and you're like "duh! did people seriously need a study to come to that conclusion?"
- even if you are a professional and productive worker, you acknowledge the legitimacy of emotional concerns and believe they deserve to be dealt with promptly
PS: I tried to make it Fe/Fi neutral and avoid stereotypical things like "you cry during movies" or "you love cuddling with animals"