[INTJ] INTJ Without A Plan... is it possible?

INTJ Without A Plan... is it possible?

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    INTJ Without A Plan... is it possible?

    Is it possible for an INTJ to not have a plan/goal. Perhaps this person had a plan once, but it failed... and now he hasn't got a plan. He does have enough drive to say I need to move forward, but (with limited opportunities) no clear idea which direction "forward" is, or if there is even a way forward at this point at all.

    Though when a goal is found that this person can get motivated about, he puts all his energy and effort into it. at this point, it can just be difficult to get motivated about much. (though running his own business was never something that interested and motivated him).
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    im not sure what the question is. i don't always have plans/goals. i find people who try to pour every aspect of life into that seven-habits-of-highly-effective-people framework kind of irritating.

    i'd rather wait for a goal to form up that i want to have, than rush out and collect myself an arbitrary one just for the sake of not having to say i don't have one. the hard part is waiting in faith that something will come along, i admit.

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    Nope. An INTJ always has a plan, just as Australians always like Vegemite.
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    Yes. It happens when all plans were already fulfilled.

    That is a bizzare moment to experience. As an intj.

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    Not I. Even when I think I'm freewheeling, there's always some contingency plan brewing in the background.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ponpiri View Post
    Not I. Even when I think I'm freewheeling, there's always some contingency plan brewing in the background.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Plans can break even for the INTJ, then they have to figure out another one

    reference: I've seen an INTJ's plan not work
    Last edited by Kiwizoom; 07-09-2019 at 06:07 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eu_citzen View Post
    Nope. An INTJ always has a plan, just as Australians always like Vegemite.
    I once met an Ozzy on a train in Sweden. She let me taste her vegemite on a cracker. I didn't like it but I swallowed it. I then let her have some of the goat cheese I'd bought in Norway. She took one bite and spat it out on the floor. Those Ozzies have no manners!
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    No. This has nothing to do with MBTI or other analysis.
    It is simply a personal catharsis; AKA "reality check" that needs to happen.

    Without that, the cycle of self pity, lack of self esteem, lack of motivation, lack of a "spine", will continue "ad nauseum".. . . .
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Depends. I have plans, but to be fair, they seldom have anything to do with what most people consider when they are looking at their "goals."

    In other words, my plans are NOT centered around my career, relationship, etc. They are centered around my racing, travel, and living situation.

    I have no career plans or goals beyond a job I don't hate that pays for the above things. Outside of that, I'm extremely flexible in what I'm doing. I don't particularly enjoy my current job, but I don't hate going into work, and it provides the money I need to do the things I really want to do, so I am content to keep at it - for now.
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