No and no. Similar things, yes, but not those specifically.Do you think about the influence that art/music has over mankind, and whether it makes them better people? Can hearing a variation in a scale of musical notes really influence morality?
Do you wonder if there's something inherent in you that prevents you from being as good as some other MBTI type?
This seems like a very Te activity to me, do you think it is?Do you come up with a methodical plan for improving who you are in some way? Like, promising yourself you'll study for an hour every day for the next five years, and then calculate whether that's enough of a chunk in a life to make a difference?
I surely don't do that though. If I plan to improve myself it will be a more general thing. I won't set out times for it, etc, probably less methodical than what you are describing there.
I am also addicted to solving problems. I think I get a high from the chase. Seriously... I get depressed without a problem to chew on.I also think about tasks that I have to accomplish in the context of time. I reflect a lot on myself or others in my life, either trying to figure out certain problems or analyzing scenarios.
I also do the tangential mental conversations...all the time.
The one thing I don't do that others have said they do, is mentally prioritize/schedule activities. I have to write it down or I forget. Scheduling also seems Te to me...probably why I suck at it.
P.S. I am fairly certain of my type now, so this is most likely ok to take seriously .