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Do you find the so-called 'INTJ deathstare' improves focus?

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Lets say you are in a situation similar to being home alone, and you don't have the care to spare for procrastinating on whatever you are working on.

Even in such situations, where other people aren't really around to be affected by it, do you find the so-called 'INTJ deathstare' improves your capacity or effective focus?
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I think you've got it wrong. The "INTJ deathstare" isn't about staring. It's a facial expression or more to the point, a lack of facial expression or a "default setting" as associated with that of a dead person, hence the name.

Lets say you are in a situation similar to being home alone, and you don't have the care to spare for procrastinating on whatever you are working on.

Even in such situations, where other people aren't really around to be affected by it, do you find the so-called '' improves your capacity or effective focus?
...I have a spot at a coffee shop near my house where I'm often found. It's in a corner near the bathrooms, and I sit facing into the rest of the shop...
I've always had a tendency to choose corner seats. In college I would sit the same seat in the cafeteria despite the hundreds of seats. Being extremely introverted I chose to sit "alone". If it was taken I would choose one of the other 3 corner seats. Taking a test on masculine/feminine brain years ago, this was one of the questions. Another similar question was - when sharing bed, would you sleep on the side closest to the door? (protecting your woman from potential intruders). Things like this really increases my interest in Evolution.
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