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This is a discussion on What piece of advice would you give to young INTPs within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; The title says it all. So what would it be? My own: Try to recognize your analysis paralysis behavior and ...

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    What piece of advice would you give to young INTPs

    The title says it all. So what would it be?

    My own:

    Try to recognize your analysis paralysis behavior and fight against it. Do what needs to be done.
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    1. Don't be intimidated by math. It's only logic.

    2. Avail yourself of the opportunity to talk to like-minded people, especially in college.

    3. Communicate your own thoughts to professors and mentors effectively. Follow through on "Aha!" moments.

    4. Avoid leaving academia, unless you're interested in a high-demand field like IT or programming. Your social skills are gonna suck dickmonkeys relative to everybody else's, and the "real world" isn't a meritocracy; it's a nepotocracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knife View Post
    Avoid leaving academia, unless you're interested in a high-demand field like IT or programming. Your social skills are gonna suck dickmonkeys relative to everybody else's, and the "real world" isn't a meritocracy; it's a nepotocracy.
    Man, so true! I have been thinking about that so much... I made the mistake to choose a career that involves lots of social skills and now I feel like I'm behind everybody.
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    Do your thing and don't give a shit about the rest.
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    Get used to people not understanding wtf you're talking about half the time.
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    In public, you'll be forgotten.

    So go and do what you wanna do. Try lots of weird things and do a lot of different things.
    Also get some friends to do weird things with. It'll be something to laugh about.
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    It goes in the other way.
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    - we live in a plutocracy. wealth determines livelihood and family circumstances.

    - listen to ALL tool albums.

    - life imitates art

    - what you describe of the world tells us more about you, than the world

    - focus on a passion, it’s worth it. utility of pursuits are not everything. grear careers have been made out of hobbies

    - engage in business, it’s so damn easy and helps you in the corporate world

    - start programming using JavaScript. It’s gonna be very useful
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    Listen to your instincts. They're probably not too far off. Being overly practical can be a mistake.
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    Be the ball
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