Well as I said in a previous post, INTjs organize what they initiate. Now the other question that can be brought up from this is "Why does the INTj only initiate and doesn't continue?". The answer has to be that there is a relationship between how the accepting and producing functions work(meaning that there could be possibly another division of the +/- system, though it wouldn't be as strong of a division as the first one). If the perceiving functions could be viewed as the energy and the judging functions could be viewed as the action, one could come to the conclusion that only a certain amount of energy could be spent via +Se or -Se. So if energy is spent by the judging functions actions, then the nonvalued functions exist only because energy is not infinite and the valued functions exist because energy is finite. If A was a valued judging function and B was a valued perceiving function, due to B being the potential or the kinetic energy of a given situation and A being the function, one could derive that D(POLR) is energyless and that C can't run because of this. So as an example, INTjs use function +Te with energy (+Ne/-Ni). Meaning that an INTj organizes what they initiate, INTjs try use to much of the energy doing that meaning INTjs are overly organized and perfect initiating, so they have no energy to to continue anything. So an INTj lacks the ability to finish things because they try to be overly perfect with what they do do. This translates in INTjs leaving things undone and appearing unorganized.