I was wondering how many other ENFPs have developed a pretty good Te. I am almost 24 years old and I can say that I am finally beginning to get a handle on it. It is odd though, because I am so used to using my Ne with all of my randomness and spontaneity. I never EVER liked to organize or plan for things growing up...even in college when it was most needed. I kind of winged it. Like when I would have a project or a paper due I would wait until the last minute and just kind of randomly do something. My friends would get so mad at me not only for waiting until the last minute but also because most of the time I would get a better score on that project/paper/test when they studied all night or prepared for it weeks in advance. :tongue: Anyway, recently I have been learning how to organize my life better in order for me to actually get things done that I have been wanting to do for so long. For example I am now finally scheduling time out of my day (even after my 8 hour day work schedule in a lonely dark office, yuck yuck yuck! :frustrating to work out. And also planning my meals ahead of time. I have to force myself to do it...and I actually have a little planner/check-list app on my phone that reminds me when to do something. It is so helpful...especially with my random crazy nonsensical mind when I would just forget to do certain things because I get so lost in thought haha. It just helps me establish order. How have you fellow ENFPs developed your Te? Is there any helpful tips you can give to any other ENFPs reading this post on how you have strengthened it and or seen other ENFPs do that might make it easier for us? Also, have you seen any improvement in your life after developing your Te and how difficult was it for you to initially work on strengthening it?