Posts tagged INTJ

Posted 1 month ago

Lots of one on one conversations are direly important for my crew of introverts. Multiple conversations allow for better considerations and speed things up.

Posted 1 month ago

For as long as possibility float about, they just might happen. Charlie was sad about not going to a playtesting session due to a live streaming commitment. The unfortunate thing about making plans is it prevents other possibilities from forming.

Posted 1 month ago

After our stressful day before launch, yesterday was sorting things out. When I asked Ben how things went, this was his reply!

Posted 2 months ago

So said Ben, when I asked him about working with INTPs. Still, he keeps seeking out INTPs to work with. There’s a healthy cycle of create, destroy, create, destroy, that seems to get results.

Posted 2 months ago

Typically associated with the angst of youth, but I know people that move into new spaces and express the same frustration. Years of experience seems like a very silly indicator if you’re worked with someone that touted their years of experience and then was incompetent.

Posted 3 months ago

I adore working with him, but there are moments when it’s very apparent he’s the only extrovert in the group. I’m sure if there were over extroverts around the energy would be landing and bouncing back with excitement, but sadly not the case.

Posted 3 months ago

Quoting one of my cofounders, Ben. Quitting my stable paying job was scary, but I’m glad I did. Absolute freedom is a wondrous thing.

Posted 3 months ago

Said Ben, talking about online dating profiles. It’s a weird thing to represent yourself in a vacuum—not being able to have a conversation about who you are but just throw out a bunch of different things.

Posted 3 months ago

Quoting Ben (INTJ friend). I find it fun to talk to him about his dating profile and all that stuff, but I remember how super draining it was to do. I think online dating is more enjoyable from the sidelines than in the action…but I also found it hard to deal with so many not real interactions.

Posted 3 months ago

The extrovert I work with raised this point. I get caught up in my thoughts less when there’s more back and forth—which is part of what makes one on one interactions ideal.