• So how then, do we develop our tertiary and inferior so that we can make skilful use of them? Some suggest that doing activities that engage these functions helps, but more than anything, the critical part is just being able to relax and not remain doggedly attached to our ego values. The lesson she share with you is that if you want to develop your inferiors, it’s great if you can find activities and situations in which you can practice them, without stress or fear of making a mistake. As one of her ESFP viewers has noted, a relationship with someone whose dominants are our inferiors and vice versa, can provide exactly the kind of loving and supportive environment that can facilitate such growth. But the key is really just being able to remain relaxed and fluid; detached from ego if you will.