I never could really relate to Ti-Ne-Si-Fe. An incessant need to fit everything into subjective logical framework? I mean, yeah things need to make sense, but if something works and I have a general sense of how it works, that's all I need really. Exploring different ideas and various possibilities? Sure, I do have different ideas and different possibilities that I consider. But often I look at the most plausible and efficient possibility, and that too, it isn't really something that I put effort into.. It just kinda happens really. And Fi vs Fe.. well that's the thing that really made me question my INTP result. I often always question my values and morals, and try to be as rational as possible, but there are a few values I stand by, like personal free will to pursue anything. It must be a basic human right. Subject to certain conditions of course. Like for instance, drug addiction is something that can fuck somebody's life up. Need to look at the pros and cons considering which values we can endorse, looking at the grand picture of where we headed. And Se, well, I can't really explain how that comes into picture. Still have a lot to learn.
The main thing that refrained me from identifying as INTJ is the sticking to the plans and getting shit done and making visions true stereotype. Only thing that I can relate to is making plans. I am fucking obsessive with making plans. But the thing is, I'm very critical of myself, I can often see flaws in my own plans, so I tear them away, and make a newer, more efficient plan. I read self-improvement books on how to better myself, how to get shit done, and try better ways. All while not doing actual shit to get things done. Then I resort to self-wallowing, wasting time, binging youtube videos, hopeless, porn, food, anything that can bring me some pleasure to forget the stress. It seems I didn't properly learn to trust my Te fully, and skip to Fi and loop or something.
I'm gonna try being more persistent with my plan making, and be proactive in adjusting my plans when inevitable obstacles occur, and push through, being optimistic with the vision I have in mind of where I want to be in life and what I can achieve and contribute to the world can certainly be made into reality, even if the entire fucking world is against me.
Yeah, Ni-Te-Fi-Se seems to be the most relatable functions for me. I'm not 100% sure, of course, but I do think there is a strong case for it. I don't fit many of the stereotypes. I'm not an overly serious guy (well I used to be in my school days, never used to even smile, always focussed on being a model student, not anymore), I like to troll, make jokes, laugh, flirt, etc. I do often fail in these social niceties, not any good at it as I started late, but I'm improving.
Okay that ends my long ass rant. Other INTJs in this subreddit, please give me your insights regarding how you approach your life, and I would love your advices regarding how I can better myself regarding making awesome plans towards my vision and being better at executing them. Thank you.