The INTJ digs a few mines in areas they determine to be “the best.” Compared to other NT miners, the INTJ digs very little at all. The focus is not on digging, but on making sure projects at each mine are able to communicate, so mines can make sure all equipment is being fully utilised, and in case of emergency, other mines can help out. Therefore, all mines are able to dig simultaneously.
The ENTJ makes several mines, grabbing any spot that seems “good” to them. An ENTJ would ensure that each project is best serving the ENTJ’s personal goals of success. Enabling each mine to communicate is important, but solutions can always be improvised, and there are far more pressing matters at hand!
The INTP digs an huge number of mines, and digs the very deepest. Their specialisation in digging is because they’re more interested in digging and unearthing anything than strictly digging for specific resources. Their constructs are always impressive, so much so an INTP would rather be designing the machinery than being a foreman and using it.
The ENTP digs many, many mines. It’s hard to accurately judge how many, because often a mine may be abandoned incredibly quickly, or another is excavated after abandonment, as it was newly decided it seems like a good venture. Or rather, a good adventure, as an ENTP may really be wanting on unearthing something “bigger” than just the usual metals and resources.
Psychology, University of Sussex
Effects of synaesthetic colour and space on cognition.
You shouldn’t try to stop everything from happening. Sometimes you’re supposed to feel awkward. Sometimes you’re supposed to be vulnerable in front of people. Sometimes it’s necessary because it’s all part of you getting to the next part of yourself.