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This is a discussion on best working environment for an INFP? within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Most of my work is done from home. The work itself is really mundane and tedious, but I like not ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Most of my work is done from home. The work itself is really mundane and tedious, but I like not having anyone breathing down my neck and no set hours. I can do my job however I want as long as I meet my deadlines. I can work any time of day or night, procrastinate, do it all at the beginning, etc.

    Since it's difficult to focus on the tedium of my work, it's good that I can mix it up without repercussions and do things like toggle over here and see what people are talking about, watch @Sily 's current avatar, which I was mesmerized by for at least five minutes straight before moving on to the next comment
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    So far, I've been happiest working quiet office jobs...I like being a receptionist and would especially like to work for a small preferably family-owned business with a few loyal customers as one.

    I also prefer simple detailed work, because I'm not good at being logical outside of that kind of work if that makes any sense. I used to file about every single day for about a year and I never got sick of it. It was better than just about anything else they could have asked of me.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexCruciate View Post
    I do get distracted when I work from home, but I don't see it as a bad thing, more like a refreshing thing. I love multitasking! Makes me feel alive... or something

    Now, when I worked in an office, I remember that I did my best work when left alone, when everybody in the room went for a break to the coffee room, I would stay and my concentration went from 50% to 100%. So yeah. Alone is the answer. This is because I feel more relaxed and like nobody is watching me, not necessarily because I am watching them/being distracted. What distracts me is the thought of being watched, does this make sense? I don't know how to explain it.

    As for working from home, I used to be obsessed with staying within the confines of my working room/studio, but now I mix it up. One day I'm in the dining table in the livingroom, another day I sit on the carpet and work on the coffee table, another day in the studio... switching up the atmosphere has done wonders for my productivity, but I must be alone and in silence.
    the thought of being watched sums it up perfect for what drains me working in public

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    INFP - The Idealists

    i had to write 100 short stories in one month, on my own time..
    i just basically had to give myself a pep talk and get 50 done in 2 weeks and another 50 on the next..

    i guess that was OK so far i wasnt bound by time or schedule. if only it paid enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlliG View Post
    [email protected]Sily 's current avatar, which I was mesmerized by for at least five minutes straight before moving on to the next comment
    Lololol! That's great!

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Sily View Post
    Lololol! That's great!
    I even imagine the little dot flying around going "Weeeeeee!! Weeeeeeee!! Weeeeeeee!!"
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