When Doers respond to life events, the first "start the action." Many times this is before gathering all the facts needed to make quality decisions. They "see a need and want to meet it." To them whatever needs to be done is obvious and usually practical, and they are programmed to respond. Even if sometimes their action proves to have been too quick or even turns out to be a mistake, their law of averages causes them to still get more accomplished than the persons of other languages who are slower to act.
Doers act--then they think about it maybe halfway through, and then last of all they feel. Their action is rapid and their thinking is more instinctive than deliberate or a thorough reasoning process. Their feelings--although they do feel deeply--are not easily accessed and may not be a conscious consideration in their decision making.
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