Added back the op for context. My thoughts on my type are different now.
Given that Te is the LII's ignoring function, how would it manifest in day-to-day experiences? Moreover, what would be a standard Ti reasoning style vs Te reasoning style as most sources I have come across contradict one another. Some say that Te is all about deduction from facts whereas Ti is deduction from first principles (but first principles are essentially facts, so this makes little sense) and others saying that Te is the facts themselves and there is just a direct connection between fact and conclusion rather than the Ti long-winded reasoning style. Please give concrete examples to prevent misinterpretation. I ask these questions because I think I use extensive Te (I am very pragmatic with my decision-making and am adept at managing money/other business affairs), but it is more likely that I am Ti-base rather than Te-base.
I have also heard from forum members that the DCNH harmonizing subtype can fixate on the ignoring and PoLR functions (Te and Se in the case of LII); however, I have been unable to procure a source to verify that fact. Otherwise, would there be any explanation via subtypes to account for my greater usage of Te compared to other LIIs?