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Until I revisited the definitions of the Myers-Briggs I had not realized that extraverted meant person who delights in action.

There are some rare instances where action means choosing not to do something obvious, too. As in the best move was making no move at all - in that direction. I could go in so many directions with that one!

Valeria: I thoroughly enjoyed and really benefited from this most presidential post. Thank you :-).

Oh, you asked my fave? Hands-down:

"It's wonderful what we can do if we're always doing."

Perfect.

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