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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Do you ever feel like you speak more than you should?
    You are an extrovert. That's OK.

    So, is there something you think you talk about more than you should?

    Forget about criticism. You're perfect the way you are.

    Really.

    What do you want to say or what do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    No. My problem is that I don't speak enough. I'm too focused on phrasing everything perfectly with no excessive words that I typically end up not elaborating enough and then people misunderstand what I'm saying. I also cant talk if I know people are tuning out because it feels like a total waste of effort so I tend to keep it very short.
    Yeah, recognizing this is what led me to.....


    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    I was referencing more of the, tell other people exactly where I am going with something and why.

    I developed this habit in order to be met with less resistance by eliminating doubt. What I find it actually does is make people paranoid that you are not trustworthy. People think, if she is capable of working this situation in her favor, why not ones that involve myself?
    Was just wondering if anyone else had tried the same approach and fallen into the same rut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    You are an extrovert. That's OK.

    So, is there something you think you talk about more than you should?

    Forget about criticism. You're perfect the way you are.

    Really.

    What do you want to say or what do you think?
    I'd rather not have to explain myself at all. I would rather simply be on the same page with other people.

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    Not usually, but Im not heavy Te
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    I've been told i should but i don't have a lot to say most of the time

    I just realized it said te users and not to users. I'm not a te user so yeah
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so
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    Only have tertiary Te but I used to do this, yes. When I was younger I often over-explained stuff. Nowadays I can articulate my points way more clearly and condensed, without having some important related detail missing in my logical explanation. Recently I've often gotten more feedback on this from different people, amongst colleagues I work with. They also say I can explain how and why very clearly, logical and condensed but I can come across as forceful.

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    If I get on a subject that engages me, yes sometimes I can go overboard. But I've also practiced active listening for a long time as well. Of course if someone annoys me, they usually only get one or two word responses from me. So I suppose it depends.
    The strong manly ones in life are those who understand the meaning of the word patience. Patience means restraining one's inclinations. There are seven emotions: joy, anger, anxiety, adoration, grief, fear, and hate, and if a man does not give way to these he can be called patient. I am not as strong as I might be, but I have long known and practiced patience. And if my descendants wish to be as I am, they must study patience.

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    Yep.
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    Not quite but sorta.

    Sometimes when I get excited about something, usually when someone is willing to listen to something I'm intellectually interested in (like typology), or say brainstorming for a future business idea, or even reflecting on myself therapeutically... then I can go on these fast and jumpy ramblings, which I usually end up laughing at and apologizing for. But that's definitely more Ne than Te.

    With regards to Te, sometimes I say things I probably shouldn't have said, or should have worded differently. I'll usually only realize in hindsight what a dumbass or dick I was. Once, in a job interview, I was asked about my greatest strength, and for some fucking reason, I answered "I'm a straight shooter, I like that about myself".
    That's also the reason managers tend to eventually dislike me. Oopsies. (They still hired me cuz they're dumb - joke's on them )
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    Te? Yeah I’ve seen that guy in the hall. We’ve never spoken, just nodded while passing each other.

    Are you kidding? Most people don’t know I’m capable of speech. A grunt, a monosyllabic utterance is the most 99% of people are getting. Savor it.
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