Have you noticed that you have a very different way of learning and/or adjusting to a new environment (work, school,etc.) that other people and that others often do not understand what you need?
For example... I've noticed that a lot of times when learning a new job or being taught how to do a task I easily "zone out" but I'm still taking in the information even though I'm not fully "present". I also know about myself that initially I will have trouble being outgoing and developing workplace relationships, but I need to be in a people-oriented field in order to be happy, so I've noticed that it is not until I am forced into a "verbal" required role that I feel comfortable being more outgoing. I kind of have to "wean" myself to it, but most people don't see it that way. Instead they think quiet introvert = needs no people-oriented job and should be in an office analyzing data in private.
I've noticed that people always tell me that I need to ask more questions and make more comments, but the trouble is that a lot of times I already know what they are talking about (I understood it that easy and quickly) and I don't know what ask.
I do find it funny and interesting though how it often appears that when I'm in a people-oriented job that the customers and people I'm working for seem to "get" me and appreciate me more than my managers/supervisors.
Any other INFJs out there notice they have similar tendencies/experiences?