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    Default Extroverted Thinking Te dual-seeking behaviour in EIIs/INFjs

    What traits and behaviour show Te-seeking in EIIs? Whether subconsciously or consciously. Gimme all the examples you have please

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    For example, demanding clear factual evidence when you present logical arguments that seem primarily or solely based on your own personal understanding of something.

    This applies to Te seeking in general, and to a somewhat lesser extent to Te HA.

    Also, Te seeking is attracted to people who have a wealth of knowledge in general. Bonus points if that knowledge can be practically applied in some way. For EIIs, they like their Te in the package of ST, so the knowledge should be practical, realistic, somewhat hands-on, and not too abstract. There is also a desire to know how to do things in the best, most efficient way possible. "How-To"s are attractive to Te seeking/HA types.

    High productivity and efficiency is generally valued. How money should be saved the best, or spend the best (this applies better to ESI) can be of interest.

    In combination with Si valuing, there is also an interest in learning from a Te lead the best and most efficient way to nurture/treat the body (based on factual, no-non-sense information), etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaebette View Post
    What traits and behaviour show Te-seeking in EIIs? Whether subconsciously or consciously. Gimme all the examples you have please
    This ^

    What you're asking for, facts and practical examples, can be seen as Te-seeking. And that you're asking for similar all over the place.
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    They seem to need someone who guides them through the process. The process can be anything. They love when someone goes 'ok I get your problem, let's go through this together one step at a time'. This person then becomes their best friend. My mom is EII and she has a favourite bank teller, a favourite car mechanic, a favourite work supervisor, etc... She will turn to those people when she needs help; even if there are more competent but less 'instructional' people around.
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