Posts tagged infj

Posted 10 hours 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 day ago

Sometimes “I feel like I should” overrides everything else and makes it impossible for me to tell if it’s something I actually want. When it’s a very strong feeling of obligation I guess I want to, in order to make the feeling of obligation go away.

Posted 2 days ago

Especially by one that knows me really well, and what kind of things might upset me. I’m glad to have a partner that can prod so well.

Posted 5 days ago

Sometimes I just need to talk and connect, talk and connect. Being really honest with someone about something I’m afraid about lifts a large burden off my mind.

Posted 6 days ago

Lists are my sanity, or at least they often feel like it. I try to throw away and recreate my lists, rather than just working through them. The creation of the list helps me prioritize and refocus.

Posted 1 week ago

It’s odd, I find that if I haven’t thought through or really felt the emotion then it’s easy to ignore. But, if I’ve started thinking it through it bounces around until I express it.

Posted 1 week ago

When I get sucked into the negative I find I move a lot slower. Rage is never as inspiring for me as love, loving what I’m doing or the environment I’m working in.

Posted 1 week ago

It’s easy to get sucked into drama, pulled into trying to make others feel better, or help them solve problems (that they don’t actually want to solve, just want to grump about). There are so many exciting emotions involved in emotional drama! But, it’s always more productive to walk away from them and focus on getting results. There are times where you it is good to counsel and help others, but if you’re after productivity—most people need to come to terms with things on their own.

Posted 1 week ago

I trudged my way to productivity, but I was too tired to achieve it easily. But, sleep and then a more focused tomorrow!

Posted 1 week ago

I like the startup I helped found but this first bit has been hard in weird ways. One of the things I enjoy most and prided myself on being skilled at in my last job, I was pretty much completely unable to use until now. At Expedia I was working with 18+ different teams and lots of people, I liked being able to bounce around from problem set to problem set. With the launch of our kickstarter I’m reaching out to tons of people, it is exceptionally draining for me but also really rewarding.