- My brother, who is an extreme P (he does the chaos method, where shit is everywhere but he knows exactly where stuff is) annoys the hell out of me. I always have to direct him to do things, or else they never get done.
- People's indecisiveness bothers me a little. For instance, I always yell at my friend because he can never decide what he wants to eat. This makes me appear (and feel) hypocritical because there are times when I genuinely don't know what I want either, which he reminds me of.
- I never really have moments where I'm undecided about something important. I am always usually decided, but I change my mind at later times frequently. This makes people think I'm inconsistent, so I've stopped telling them my initial decisions. This is why I have tried my best to slip out of the pressure of declaring what area my dissertation will focus on, even though I kind of already know.
- I tend to waste lots of time doing things that are extraneous to my central goals. I don't multitask, though.
- I make requests in the informing style most of the time, and I give directions in the directing style. Especially to my students, or if someone needs to know exactly what to do.
- I make lists of what I need to do. It gives me a jolt pleasure to cross out tasks once I've completed them.
- In group work, when people suggest unrealistic or irrelevant ideas that won't help get the project done, or doesn't fit the project criteria, I get annoyed.
- I am generally a laid back person. I rarely boss people around (except my brother, but that's usually because he needs to do something before I can do what I need to do, so it interferes with me). I definitely don't do the taskmaster thing.
Okay, that's it I think. Hopefully some kind soul will read through this tripe and give me their opinion. Advanced thanks are in order for anyone who makes it through (even if you only skim) .