So I had this epiphany some days ago.
As many you know, ISTP is sometimes considered lazy. And I am no exception, so I’ve heard the majority of the time through my life.
For a few weeks’ time, I’ve had almost no drive to do anything, although there is plenty of stuff to do, with a rewarding outcome. Let it be learning the last course for the University or fixing the car.
The epiphany is: Every time I’ve had an outbreak, let it be screaming like a berserker or crying for the sake of it, I’ve had an insane drive the rest of the day, and made tons of work. Everything happening without a second of doubt or intellectual resilience.
With that said, it seems as if the low drive comes from the weak Fe. And a recommendation would be to "provoke" an emotional outbreak every time you feel a low drive (random context).
To me, it seems as Ti-doms majority of the time, have emotions in a tight grip. In neurological terms, the prefrontal cortex has an efficient (both positive and negative) grip over the limbic system (especially the amygdala). This causes both a growing intellect as a youngster but also making it harder to emote and therefor reducing the ”drive” to do stuff.
What's your take, on ISTP (and perhaps INTP, "Ti dominant"), the ones that don’t emote, are they also lazy most of the time?
I welcome any feedback.
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