See my response to this in post #163. This is an impression directly from Qui-Gon's demeanour. He dismisses Obi-Wan's sense of "something...elsewhere", when Obi-Wan is shown to be picking up on something Qui-Gon clearly is not. Qui-Gon foresees no problem with their meeting with the Trade Federation. He seems to be surprised by the Jedi Council's refusal to train Anakin; seems oblivious to the fear that they sense in him. And.... there is an odd dichotomy between what he says and what he does. He tells Obi-Wan to concentrate on the now, and then is driven by the words of a prophecy, regardless of what going on around him in the now. The whole idea of his being some sort of special one comes from his attitude, which I see - personally - as bordering on (perhaps even sliding over the border of) arrogance.