You didn't ask, but here you are, reading this and allowing me to vomit my somewhat worthless opinion upon your unsuspecting retinas.

Let's proceed...

1) Your social graces are probably worse than you think. That can be a good thing or a bad thing. Initially, it tends to be rather polarizing, some people find it charming, the rest think it's too abrasive. Don't try too hard to fix it though, people can tell... and let's be honest, it's disturbing. You're better off forgetting about it, because even the people who don't like you at first will often warm up to your personality because you're transparent and easy to trust.

2) Most peoples' analytical skills suck compared to yours. When communicating, you might try to express things that you might consider trivial and obvious, because it's easy to forget most people are in a completely different dimension where logical analysis isn't second nature. By improving how well you can express your analytical thoughts, people more readily recognize your usefulness. This makes it easier to make friends, especially considering a lot of people are weak in this area. You're a natural problem solver, so solve problems without trying to solve everyone's problems. Nobody likes a know-it-all.

3) You need an outlet, tiger. ISTPs tend to become masters of whatever they spend time doing, and the inability to make a focused effort on something tends to lead to stress. Doesn't really matter what it is, but preferably something with a high skill ceiling, at best, a suitable career. If you don't exercise your abilities, restlessness will creep up on you, and since you have a piss-poor awareness of your own feelings, before you know it you'll be organizing the Tupperware cabinet for optimal accessibility and peak stack stability like some tweaked out meth addict. Dogs need to be walked every day, ISTPs need to analyze-operate.

This concludes our broadcast presentation, goodnight.