Your Myers-Briggs personality does not define you

I’ve written quite a bit about being an INFP personality type on Introvert, Dear, and on my personal blog. You may also be aware that I’ve recently published a book about it called The INFP Book: The Perks, Challenges, and Self-Discovery of an INFP. Lately, I’ve been receiving a number of emails and messages from … More Your Myers-Briggs personality does not define you

4 ways INFPs can make the most of their cognitive functions

Read the original article on Introvert, Dear here.  INFPs can be an unstoppable force that can move mountains—in the real world and not just in their dreams. The secret to tapping into your potential as an INFP is to understand how to use your cognitive functions fully. If you identify as an INFP personality type, … More 4 ways INFPs can make the most of their cognitive functions

How NP types can fight through the laziness

View my original post on Thought Catalog.  Those who have NP letters as part of their Myers-Briggs personality type (which includes INFPs, INTPs, ENFPs, and ENTPs) also share this in common: laziness. And if you’re reading this and you identify yourself as any of those personalities listed, I’m sure you understand how frustrating it is … More How NP types can fight through the laziness

Embracing My P

The P that I am referring to is my Myers-Briggs MBTI perceiving (P) function. You probably had something else in mind before reading that first sentence. 😛 For those who think the Myers-Briggs personality typology is hogwash, I don’t blame you. There’s a lot of unreliable resources on the internet. It’s common that people (including … More Embracing My P