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Strategies to develop Fi/Te? MBTI

Fi and Te For the xSFJ, xSTP, xNTP, xNFJ
Fi for ENTJ, ESTJ
Te for ISFP, INFP

Posted by josephty1 on forum Posted on 2017-10-22 11:00:33

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Te strategy develop - Categorizing(from the man himself Aristotle) genre, like movies, music, games and etc. Diagram helps too. (Nkcdzy referring to fg) Fi strategy develop ~ Again self-motivating book. Books that makes you feel good about yourself and stop give a damn thing about the cruel world.

MBTI type of Strategies to develop Fi/Te?

. The world is already cruel it is.

Fi: Make a list about what it is important to you and what you'd like to achieve in your Life time.

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. Be as general and personal as you can. Everymonth rewrite the list to see if you still agree with them and what needs to be added and dismissed.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Strategies to develop Fi/Te?. Learn from/about people that inspire you. Te: Make a list about how to achieve the items in the previous list the faster possible.Which of the 16 personality types is Strategies to develop Fi/Te??. Be as concrete and practical as you can. Everyday take track if results are conductive to your goal and what needs to be improved and what you learned and works. Take satisfaction only on on expending your time on working and finishing your projects.

[Te] Don't just make a list. Prioritize it. What is important? What is not important? (Give everything a high, medium, or low priority).  Doing the same thing over and over again and not seeing results? If so, change it or get rid of whatever you're doing. Write down your goals and monitor them a few times a week. I suggest a goal tracking app. Whatever you do or work on- Ask yourself "Am I seeing any results?" Speculate the consquences of any decision that you have to make. ("  What will happen if I do "x"?   ") Categorize and organize  (your phone, books,  your PC folders, your songs. Whatever.) [Fi]: I  can't help you out too much here. But, I'll try. Develop a stance about an issue. Is this right or wrong? Is this worth standing up for? Learn to put yourself in other people's shoes and see things from their point of view

[Te] -    Don't just make a list. Prioritize it. What is important? What is not important? (Give everything a high, medium, or low priority). -    Doing the same thing over and over again and not seeing results? If so, change it or get rid of whatever you're doing. -    Write down your goals and monitor them a few times a week. I suggest a goal tracking app. -    Whatever you do or work on- Ask yourself "Am I seeing any results? -    Speculate the consquences of any decision that you have to make. ("  What will happen if I do "x"?   ") -    Categorize and organize  (your phone, books,  your PC folders, your songs. Whatever.) -    I  can't help you out too much here. But, I'll try. -    Develop a stance about an issue. Is this right or wrong? Is this worth standing up for? -    Learn to put yourself in other people's shoes and see things from their point of view [Fi]: I  can't help you out too much here. But, I'll try -     Develop a stance about an issue. Is this right or wrong? Is this worth standing up for? -     Learn to put yourself in other people's shoes and see things from their point of view

The thing totally screwed up my format. Disregard.

Heh, it's still messed up. I'm done.

Just when I finished I realiced I should have written to priorize in the list. So I agree. For any wannabe Te developed read the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People and apply, apply, apply.. I changed my mind about Fi, don't write a list, draw a mindmap instead.

Uhh make sure you follow the rules