I am thinking its misleading to call about "Force"....
heres what I am thinking.....
Immediately what comes to mind when I hear the word "Force" in the description of is a forceful aggresive person. But I think this is a misleading notion, I think people who draw this connection and label types as the "forceful/aggresive" types are missing the nature of this idea.
Basically are considered to be skilled with the use of force, which doesn't mean they are always forceful/aggresive, sometimes they are actually less forceful/aggresive when they realize the situation is delicate. This is typically refered to as "tact"; knowing when a situation requires alot of force and when a situation require a delicate touch.
So in other words types are about "Tact" not "Force"... and this has its connection in dictomies also.
Consider the word "Tact". It comes from Tactile, meaning a sense or perception of touch. When someone is considered to be tactful they are endowed with a heighened sensitivty to touch which allows them to provide just the right "touch" to the situation. This correlates with the sensing dictomy because sensing types are highly engrossed into the sensations, sights, sounds.... the TOUCH of life.
So essentially I am thinking that and the use of force is about being tactfully and highly aware of the circumstances and demands of a situation and applying just the right touch to handle and adapt to the current situation at hand. It is not however about being highly aggresive and forceful.
I think "over-forcing" could actually be a result of defficiency in , although once again this is misleading if you think of = Force.
I think types weak in may lack a clear conception of how much force is required for a situation and they may apply too much force. This is like being untactful or clumsy, applying too much force and breaking something, or applying too little force and be ineffective. This lack of "tact" is a lack of .
So in short
I think and the use of force is about being a "Tactful" person and not about being an "Aggresive" person.
Consider the SLE or LSI... both work with Ti to be efficient and knowing just the right touch.
SLE's typically will look out and analyze a situation (Ti) and then use that to develop a good sense of tact (Se). This is generally why SLE's can be effective wheelers and dealers, because they know the system and how to work it effectively and tactifully. This is why SLE's are smooth, because of this tact they possess.
LSI's however do the reverse; they will develop a certain sense of tactful efficiency (Se) and then use that to develop a solid logical system (Ti). This is generally why LSI's and orderly and efficient, because they put their tact to the forge of their systematic analysis and thinking and they naturally develop efficient systems.
You can probably play around with this for all types and where falls on Model A for them.