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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    7. Always look irritated or stressed out. Makes you look busy. Credit to Costanza for that one. It actually works.
    Lol... oh yeah, I forgot that.
    If you look annoyed and caught up in something, people assume you have a reason... and are working a problem that is frustrating. Griping makes you sound productive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    ^^

    7. Always look irritated or stressed out. Makes you look busy. Credit to Costanza for that one. It actually works.
    I do that, but I'm usually pretty chilled out so I'm going for the stress\speeded up-I'm-uber-busy-right-now tone whenever people need me. It's important not to overdo it, makes you look crazy ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    I do that, but I'm usually pretty chilled out so I'm going for the stress\speeded up-I'm-uber-busy-right-now tone whenever people need me. It's important not to overdo it, makes you look crazy ^^
    Haha! That's definitely true. Don't want to look like a serial killer with murder in his eyes.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Haha! That's definitely true. Don't want to look like a serial killer with murder in his eyes.
    That would explain alot actually

    As a teenager I had refined the wild look and my reputation for being some kind of a wild genius with grave health issues so that teachers would never check my homeworks and that the administration wouldn't get too suspicious about me skipping school at least one day a week.

    Years passed by and that one time a mom was walking with her kid on the other sidewalk, i just looked at them and she went like 'I"m sorry!" while kinda shielding her kid with her body.

    This was the day i decided to stop looking mean : P
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    That would explain alot actually
    Ha, glad to be of service!



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    Haha! That's definitely true. Don't want to look like a serial killer with murder in his eyes.
    lol, is that a common look for you?

    Personally I'm pretty good at my job, not perfect, but good. And, admittedly, I've honed a lot of really good personality qualities that others don't have (or don't have together). I think that this helps a lot.

    I think I would quit a job if I wasn't being productive 7 hours out of a 9 hour work day. As it is I'm usually not productive about an hour and a half out of an eight our work day (but it's a *solid* hour and a half)
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    I love this thread! Give me good ideas Well I rely on my strong sensing ability. Every employer that i've had has loved my attention to detail. So that makes up for my Pness! You should try getting a job like mine...I work remotely and every 4 days i'm somewhere new..or home chillin. I've been home since December 20th and I fly out on January 11th so i'm "on call" I think my company is strongly P very disorganized very last minute so I just go with the flow.

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    once I got into MBTI, I realized there was no chance I'd maximize my productivity squeezing into a 9-5 J type of schedule

    so much like ENTP Winston Churchill, I get a large share of my work done after hours when it's easier to concentrate and no one's asking me when something will be finished

    my company used to spend a ton on office space, and is now big on telecommuting, so it helps that I can pick up a laptop at 9pm and start doing something I get paid for

    ultimately, you have to organize work around on your brain's activity level, not the clock, but with each passing year, world seems to be getting more friendly to us, and I see a lot of Js, especially STJs getting frustrated by the weekend warriors and 24/7 e-mailers - quite honestly bigger issue is how STJs cope in the tech industry - it's really not cut out for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    100% here, I'm a mess. I never work or study or anything, still a student (business school).
    So far I sweet talked myself out of every situation.

    *high five* I am 95% myself.

    I always wondered , do you have to be a J to be successfuil in this world.
    Alot of people wasted their life working and still haven't earned a dime. I refused to work 24/7 to be successful, because one thing is for sure

    human productivity =/= wealth.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by untypable View Post
    *high five* I am 95% myself.

    I always wondered , do you have to be a J to be successfuil in this world.
    Alot of people wasted their life working and still haven't earned a dime. I refused to work 24/7 to be successful, because one thing is for sure

    human productivity =/= wealth.
    to that I will answer by telling you what I often say to strangers i've just met:
    marry me.
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