Socionics tends to get us to think in a sense that is ...... "well what does socionics say?" - that is, trying to create explanations or reasoning for what we observe in ourselves and others.
Let's flip it around and think about what we want ourselves to be like. I doubt it will happen, but, I encourage you to not use socionics terminology at all here. Rather, think about the kind of person you want to be, regardless of what theories about how you ought to act 'say' or 'predict'.
I think this would be more beneficial to think about in terms of something you could actually become - as in "I will be someone who has a firm grasp of their finances" or "I'm someone who brings positivity to other people by helping them relate better with others", or whatever - - rather than "I want to be able to fly through the air!"
I have no idea how this will go. Maybe it should be something like, when you realize something that you'd like to get better at or a way to expand as a person, say it here.
Here's an example from my life:
I want to be someone who masters my expenditure of personal resources - like time and energy. There are a lot of old habits and old ways of doing things that I'm used to, but, I want to change those into things that really bring me fulfillment or benefit. I want to be someone who's actions are a reflection of conscious choice rather than being caught up in the tides of whatever the norm is around me.