- Type: NeFi
- Development: ll--
- Attitude: Seelie
Ivory fits many Pe descriptions better than I do. As a kid in class he was bored, antsy, couldnt sit still. He was into addictive hobbies like video games.
I was never bored in school – how can a Pe even be bored in school? A shmorgasbord of new information to feed on every day? I loved school, no problems sitting still. However, my mind would sometimes take its own tangents with various topics being taught, so I could sometimes mentally “check out.” I think “inattentive” is a better description than bored or antsy. I am never bored, I’m just hyper-stimulated by everything. I get excited with new information and I run with it on my own until it trails off from what I (or a teacher) started with.
When we say he isnt an artist it’s because he hasnt put in the 10k hours. And this was a constant theme through his life – tremendous talent in many areas including the arts, but low discipline. I think he is very very Pe
Definitely yes to this though. I was naturally good at many things. I didn’t have to try hard to impress. At least in the beginning. As the fish I swam among became more and more specialized in their fields, my lack of discipline was obvious. I used to think I was disciplined, but I was mistaking being responsible and dutiful for discipline. I will pick up others slack, I’ll keep things moving along and I’ll tend to what needs tending, but purposefully developing skills has always been a weak point 🙁
I have a few other people sending me new videos, now that the dev levels have begun to mature into a better psychological and vultological place. I’d love to see another one of you.
@Auburn I’ll try to get one to you in the next month or two. I’m kinda not feeling video-making motivation at the moment though.
- This reply was modified 7 months ago by Shelley Lorraine.