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This is a discussion on Ask an INTJ a question. within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by hundredsofbears would you ever get back together with an old boyfriend? Highly doubtful. If I had already ...
How many of you guys use schedules and/or planners and to-do lists?
For those of you that do, do you plan your leisure time and activities or just work and things that need to get done?
One for all necessary, routine things and another for leisure time.
In the routine calendar I put everything from time that I spend on public transports, sleeping, lunch breaks, gym and work.
In the leisure calendar... well... I just put events/activities at whatever time I'm doing them.
If I don't know how much time something will take up I will either guess and set that as my limit or just set a limit for myself anyway.
Hmm... What else do you need to know?
I don't think my calendars would work on a physical calendar.
I just use one, which is the size of a journal, leather-bound, has all my credit cards, my ID, and my money in it, and I take it every where and mark down everything I do in it everyday. When I get home at the end of the day, I try to improve the structure of my next day based on the previous one or previous week. When I have large gaps, I try to think of things to fill them with. It's a combination weekly schedule, to-do list, budget planner, auto-maintenance log, account/password list, website log, expense log, notepad, journal, phone number and address book, pocket calculator and ruler, wallet, and sketchpad. Everything is tabbed, and there's even a loop for my favorite pen.
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I understand Ni gets all of its material from Se. Being the most developed, it's really efficient. I wonder if Ni becomes that well developed because of an initial lacking of Se, forcing Ni to be more of a survivor with limited resources. As Ni becomes dominant, it suppresses Se more. What's it like to have an underdeveloped, suppressed Se? I've read Se described as taking everything in unfiltered. Does a handicapped Se only take in some things? Can't see and hear at the same time? Only take in one object in your field of view at a time? Or does it make mistakes and report incorrect distances between things?