I work with and am totally surrounded by SJs much of the time. They appreciate my talent, to a degree, in that they are astonished at the particular skill set I possess, but when they ask me to do a project, they expect it to be a microwave dinner, fully cooked in a brief amount of time. When I compose a song they expect it to be performance ready right out the door. They have little time to listen to and work with me on delving out parts, etc. When I paint a mural they want an entire elementary school done in just days. Writing books? They have no idea how long it takes.
My question, how do I do a great job while they snark at me to hurry up? None of the ones I work with can do what I can do, yet they bark orders at me like I'm expendable. When I try to explain the logistics of why it isn't possible for me to do it their way, they often have no time to listen and some of them walk away while I'm in mid-sentence, which I hate. It's excessively rude. (Mostly ESFJs and ESTJs do this.)
So, I'd really like to hear from SJs how do I make this better? I mean it's not a problem for them, except for the fact that if I worked around the clock, I'd still never finish fast enough for them. Advice, por favor.
So, bottom line....I need time for the creative process and the physical production of projects. They want the projects to be like "whatever else they saw and liked." They want it perfect and they want it yesterday.