I've just begun to organize this student organization at my school along with about 3 of my schoolmates we feel as though the clubs in our school have lost their focus on what their really about and instead are filled with grade grubbers who only join the clubs so they can have something to put onto their university applications.
Now the hardest part with organizing this is that we have to get it approved for the 2009/10 school year and as someone who really is horrid at organization I'm surprised and astonished with one of my co-organizers she cannot keep focus, she's far too dreamy, cannot grasp that we need to have a solid foundation before we can go off and start planning other things, she's very into flowery speeches and although that's what I find most charming about her and that is why I wanted her to be one of the people working with me on this project and although I am often the person who focuses on the big picture and not the little things I am beginning to resent the role she is putting me in. I'm now forced to focus on the details, I'm now the one who has to be professional, slightly sarcastic and mean (mean in the way that I have to keep shooting down some of her more ridiculous ideas) and I don't like it.
I appreciate everything she's trying to do (ok not really...) but I would appreciate a more professional attitude. My mind is filled with endless possibilities, I go to sleep at night just dreaming about how amazing this project could be, however I realize that I need to start small before my more extravagant ideas could come to life.
Basically what I'm trying to say (or rather rant...) is that maybe I made a mistake with choosing an INFP to help me organize... the other people are both an ENFJ and an ISFP, the ENFJ keeps getting offtopic whenever the INFP does and the ISFP is just too timid to say anything. Maybe I should recruit a friend of mine who is an ENTJ...but then I'm afraid she'd take over....
I want this project to be successful, I've been in tons of projects that were similar to this however I made the same mistake as the INFP is doing now, and I refuse to have her destroy my dreams (well...that was overdramatic )