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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Is yolo even actually a word?
    yes in the world of drake....

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    It's an interesting contradiction of enneagram and MBTI that so many SPs are 7s. On the surface they seem to correlate quite well, but 7s are all about planning, i.e. thinking of all the other stuff you're going to do. That is true for me. I plan, sure. I have a planner, I make to do lists, I'm always taking notes and making schedules...The truth is though, I rarely accomplish half of my to-do list, I only write in pencil in my planner, and most of my schedule is a pipedream. I think it's fun to pretend I'm going to do something at a certain time and imagine how much I could accomplish if there was a start and end time. It just isn't in my nature. I need a planner to function, also because I am not naturally organized or premeditated.

    A stimulating diversion, or a bit of fleeting pleasure/enjoyment will always win out over the things I ought to do. I like to keep my options open. Planning is just a fantasy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    yes in the world of drake....
    The only time I've heard it, it was news a few months back of some rapper texting to Twitter right before he and his friends crashed a car into a wall. lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    yes in the world of drake....
    who is drake?

    Quote Originally Posted by roastingmallows View Post
    It's an interesting contradiction of enneagram and MBTI that so many SPs are 7s. On the surface they seem to correlate quite well, but 7s are all about planning, i.e. thinking of all the other stuff you're going to do. That is true for me. I plan, sure. I have a planner, I make to do lists, I'm always taking notes and making schedules...The truth is though, I rarely accomplish half of my to-do list, I only write in pencil in my planner, and most of my schedule is a pipedream. I think it's fun to pretend I'm going to do something at a certain time and imagine how much I could accomplish if there was a start and end time. It just isn't in my nature. I need a planner to function, also because I am not naturally organized or premeditated.

    A stimulating diversion, or a bit of fleeting pleasure/enjoyment will always win out over the things I ought to do. I like to keep my options open. Planning is just a fantasy.
    I relate totally. I often have made schedules, even for something like watching a TV series from start to finish. Somebody who saw me do that would think I was a "planner" but the real truth is that making the schedule was an enjoyable experience in itself, not really preparation for an enjoyable experience. The fact that I didn't follow the schedule doesn't have anything to do with the fun of making it!
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    I find it rather hard to 'live in the moment' quite often, despite being an SP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post

    I relate totally. I often have made schedules, even for something like watching a TV series from start to finish. Somebody who saw me do that would think I was a "planner" but the real truth is that making the schedule was an enjoyable experience in itself, not really preparation for an enjoyable experience. The fact that I didn't follow the schedule doesn't have anything to do with the fun of making it!
    Exactly!! The planning in itself if just another stimulating diversion.
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