Of course not every work situation, teacher or school activity works best for everyone, and people certainly don't get along with everyone they meet. One important skill to learn is how to make adjustments so that even if a situation is not ideal for you, you can still be successful.
Sometimes that means asking for what you need, like in the video when Molly asked her boss for time to prepare an outline before giving the tour to the visitors. Sometimes it means understanding that the situation isn't perfect for you and you must therefore make adjustments to act or think in a way that is unusual for you. This is called style flexing. It is a way of coping with a situation you find challenging or uncomfortable.
Everyone has to style flex sometimes. Intuitives struggle in school with multiple choice testing, and sensing types have to learn how to sit still, read, and think in abstract ways. Feeling types are challenged by jobs that require strong analytical skills, and thinking types style flex when they need to be sensitive to other people's feelings. Judging types style flex when they don't get bothered by a co-worker who is late, and perceiving types style flex when they meet deadlines right on time.
Style flexing can feel uncomfortable at first, but it is important to be able to style flex so that you can adjust to different people and situations in school, at work, and in your relationships. Can you think of ways you have had to style flex in the past?