Or this more?Inferior Extroverted Intuition:
Inferior Ne originally manifests as a reluctance to try new ways of doing things, occasionally giving way to anxiety over the unknown.
As Ne matures, its user will become more comfortable dwelling in uncertainties and entertaining new possibilities.
The inferior-Ne monologue (prior to maturation): “It is best to stick to the most reliable methods of getting things done. There is no sense getting lost in a sea of unpredictable possibilities.”
Ne is ENFP's dominant function and ISTJ's inferior function. So these types use Ne on opposite ends of the spectrum. Whereas ENFPs tend to be more excited and look forward to new and different possibilities, ISTJs tend to be more careful and at times even cautious at the risks that come with new and different possibilities. Even this single factor is very differentiating for the two types, among other factors.Dominant Extroverted Intuition:
As a dominant function, Ne manifests as a seemingly never-ending plethora of theories, possibilities and inventive ideas that the user is constantly picking up on.
The dominant-Ne monologue: “I am swimming in an endless sea of possibilities about what to do/experience/think about next and I want to try them all.”