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    Default Lazy INTJ

    I've never found a post with an INTJ who admit he is lazy.
    Are INTJs absolutely not lazy or they persuade themselves they are not lazy, even if they are underachiever (and many intjs are)?

    Or maybe it's not "pure laziness", but they are melanchonic types, so if they are often self-absorbed in their intuition and they don't put their insight into reality, an external observer could think they are lazy.

    What are your thoughts and experience?
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    Mine admits to being efficient for the sheer purpose of laziness. If you're good at what you do and do it right, then you can prevent ever having to do it again, which means you get more time to be lazy, is his motto.
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    I was going to write that I think I am lazy, but maybe I'm just a procrastinator. I hold out on completing my assignments until the last moment, but I always complete my assignments before the deadline. Would it be laziness if I didn't complete my assignments at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Mine admits to being efficient for the sheer purpose of laziness. If you're good at what you do and do it right, then you can prevent ever having to do it again, which means you get more time to be lazy, is his motto.
    Smart man!

    If it's something that is neither imperative, or of interest, then I tend to be lazy.
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    I'm lazy, I can get lost in Ni for days and not do anything productive at all. I need reality to kick me into doing stuff on a daily basis, otherwise, I just float off. I also procrastinate like smileyman.

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    I'm not lazy, but I am prone to apathy. If there is something to be done I will do it, but absent a clear task I can succumb to inertia instead of actively taking initiative to work on one of the many ideas that bounce around my head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileyMan View Post
    I was going to write that I think I am lazy, but maybe I'm just a procrastinator. I hold out on completing my assignments until the last moment, but I always complete my assignments before the deadline. Would it be laziness if I didn't complete my assignments at all?
    This.

    I also do my assignments perfectly without mistakes.

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    You might get a better answer at INTJf.

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    ^ I get the idea that the people at INTJf are a bunch of morons whom of which most of the INTJs there mistype themselves (Judging by what I've seen of them so far).

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    I can relate to this well, and at first I thought it was a common trait shared by INTx's. While INTPs can be fairly lazy as well, I realized that my Ni is abnormally high for an INTP. Perhaps it's the Ni? Perhaps for the INTP it's the Ti? These two dominant traits seem to create a rich inner world for the individual, where they don't often realize/care that the external world begs for their interaction.
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