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    Default Improving Extroverted Logic Te

    I was just wondering how you can improve on the function? I try to but it just seems to give me a headache when I engage in it. Would it naturally improve if you work on ? Is their some kind of correlation, because I know I rely too heavily on and maybe that is hindering me in some ways.

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    where does it say that you can improve functions?

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    Drink coffee and lock yourself up in a boring, empty room. The trick is to remove distractions and get yourself psyched on caffeine.

    Yeah that doesn't sound very exciting, but then there is a reason we all don't value Te.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morcheeba View Post
    I was just wondering how you can improve on the function? I try to but it just seems to give me a headache when I engage in it. Would it naturally improve if you work on ? Is their some kind of correlation, because I know I rely too heavily on and maybe that is hindering me in some ways.
    For me it's about understanding how things work. Get in the habit of studying the everyday objects in your life. Pick things up and manipulate them. How does that widget know how to do what it does? What makes that thing do that when this (push a button) happens? Which parts move in relation to others?

    Soon, when you find a broken thing, you will ask yourself, what caused the break, and what was the effect?

    It works for systems too. If I fill out this form, where does it go? Why is it important? Who has the information, and can I bypass a problem or must I deal head on?

    They say SLIs are good at fixing things and reacting in emergencies, and I think this is why. It's about observing how things and systems relate to each other. It's much easier than understanding people after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat View Post
    Drink coffee and lock yourself up in a boring, empty room. The trick is to remove distractions and get yourself psyched on caffeine.

    Yeah that doesn't sound very exciting, but then there is a reason we all don't value Te.
    Sounds like good advice (seriously).
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    Sounds like good advice (seriously).
    Here's another nugget:

    STOP BROWSING THIS DAMNED FORUM!!!

    If I took my own advice I'd be a genius and a millionaire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat View Post
    Drink coffee and lock yourself up in a boring, empty room. The trick is to remove distractions and get yourself psyched on caffeine.
    Doesn't work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morcheeba View Post
    I was just wondering how you can improve on the function? I try to but it just seems to give me a headache when I engage in it. Would it naturally improve if you work on ? Is their some kind of correlation, because I know I rely too heavily on and maybe that is hindering me in some ways.
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