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Area of discomfort
PoLR is the most vulnerable spot in the Model A. Information on PoLR aspects is acquired slowly, superficially, in small portions and is assimilated very poorly. It is difficult for a person not only to acquire incoming information but also to store it. Person quickly forgets what they've been told a few minutes ago and can not separate out important information from the unimportant. Even a small portion of information through the PoLR aspect is processed with great difficulty. Request for information on the PoLR aspect is seen as a bulldoze, coercion and a direct pressure. In some cases even an offer of help becomes a stress factor.
IEE and SEE (Ti PoLR) feel very uncomfortable in a situation that forces them to admit:
- That they do not understand something;
- That their words do not match with the facts;
- That they are incapable of explaining something clearly;
- That there are inconsistencies in their worldviews, theories, concepts;
- That they are not able to consolidate data in order to bring it to a common structure;
- That they have nothing to say on the subject matter in question.
SEI and IEI (Te PoLR) feel very uncomfortable in a situation that forces them to admit:
- That they do not have the necessary knowledge and skills;
- They do not know that in fact they are not able to display an active business attitude;
- They do not understand the rules of management, principles of operation;
- They do not understand the fitness of things, i.e. how external events are connected with things happening around them;
- They do not know how to optimize, calculate efficiency.
ILE and SLE (Fi PoLR) feel very uncomfortable in a situation that forces them:
- To openly express their attitude to other people or to something in general at all;
- To describe their relationships, to give an ethical evaluation concerning events;
- To be diplomatic, indulgent, good-natured and sympathetic;
- To say honestly what they really think and feel.
ILI and SLI (Fe PoLR) feel very uncomfortable in a situation that forces them:
- To express their emotions;
- To explain intricacies of relationships that exist between people within certain group;
- To create a positive atmosphere, to get along with the right people, to make oneself agreeable;
- To conform to social expectations.
LIE and EIE (Si PoLR) feel very uncomfortable in a situation that forces them:
- To feel physical discomfort, especially when they are sick;
- To admit that they look unhealthy, caught a cold, etc .;
- To describe their sensations from eating, to appreciate taste, smell etc.;
- To be soft, gentle and affectionate.
LII and EII (Se PoLR) feel very uncomfortable in a situation that forces them:
- To go against their will or contrary to their principles;
- To show strength, to put pressure on somebody, while realizing that they can't do it at the moment;
- To achieve certain goal going against their principles and wishes;
- Not to give any sign that they are hurt, tired or feel uncomfortable.
ESE and LSE (Ni PoLR) feel very uncomfortable in a situation that forces them:
- To become stuck in their memories, patiently wait for the more favorable circumstances;
- To put up with the fact that they are running out of time, or they are under time pressure;
- To recognize that they are short of time;
- To recognize that they are self-contradictory and need to achieve a calmer inner state.
LSI and ESI (Ne PoLR) experience severe discomfort in a situation that forces them:
- To be in a completely unexpected and unpredictable situations;
- To draw conclusions about the possible outcome of the event, without the prior knowledge and experience with similar situations;
- To summarize previous experience and create something entirely new on its basis;
- To adopt unconventional and multivariate, open-ended decisions.