Redefining "E"

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    Auburn
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    • Type: TiNe
    • Development: l--l
    • Attitude: Adaptive

    Hello!
    And here is the one on Redefining Extroversion!

    Redefining "Extroversion"


    Just one more to go after this! 🙂

    #25035
    Ninth
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    • Type: TiSe
    • Development: l--l
    • Attitude: Directive

    I'm waiting for this series to be complete before I dive in it, but I'm having a quick glance at it in the meanwhile.

    Having a flow between data input and output

    I noticed this because I recently joined a club for practicing communication & leadership skills and I introduced myself as a very introverted person, but from my impromptu speech they said it didn't look like that at all. Once I officially became a member, I had to instruct my "mentor" about any sort of boundaries and preferred methods of communication; I asked them to be patient with me because (literal quotation:) «I process things by "bits" not "flows" (...), but I only need time to "internally rearrange"».
    Alright, I just enjoyed the coincidence.

    the reader has full control over the rate of information intake, and there is no need to spontaneously flow with a river of data

    This one feels central.

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