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    Simply put, for an S, if you want to make the conversation more engaging for an N, take a conversation about past events or current conditions, and change it to something about possibilities and potentialities. Instead of asking what the person's favorite movie is, ask "if you had to watch one movie tomorrow, and you could only choose one, what would it be?". You're asking the same question, just appealing to different processes.

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    I find human behavior, perceptions, and how the brain operate very interesting topic. As well as physic, astronomy, and future use of new concept. Basically topics which discuss the what, how, and why things/events occur.

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    lol...here's a good conversation starter "We were talking about where we
    thought they spoke Dutch and some people thought it was in Denmark."

    "You mean they don't speak dutch in denmark?"

    "No, actually its spoken in Holland and some parts of Belgium and Danish is
    actually spoken in Denmark."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willfrey View Post
    I think I am with you on this. Abstract notions never interested me, I need things more deeply rooted to reality.
    Same here. It's like, we'll never know the answer anyway...no use babbling on about it.

    OneMoreTimeSimply put, for an S, if you want to make the conversation more engaging for an N, take a conversation about past events or current conditions, and change it to something about possibilities and potentialities. Instead of asking what the person's favorite movie is, ask "if you had to watch one movie tomorrow, and you could only choose one, what would it be?". You're asking the same question, just appealing to different processes.

    Very good question here. Either one, really. My ears would perk up at that question!
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