INFJ vs INTJ | Struggling To Determine Best Fit Type

In this episode Joel and Antonia respond to a listener’s question about determining if their best fit type is INFJ or INTJ.

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In this podcast you’ll find:

  • Is adding other systemic components helpful when trying to figure out your personality type?
  • Why can it be complicated when distinguishing between INFJ and INTJ?
  • What are some factors that can influence how your type shows up?
  • How can you actually determine whether you are an INFJ or an INTJ?
  • What is our relationship with our Co-pilot?

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  • Sean
    • Sean
    • March 21, 2024 at 6:56 pm

    Listening to the part concerning the co-pilot function and what is “bliss” for the 2 types was extremely helpful. I certainly identify as INFJ, yet tested for years as an INTJ. I’m sure mistyping of INFJs as INTJs is very common.

  • Eric
    • Eric
    • June 27, 2022 at 1:00 pm

    This episode framed Fe vs. Fi, Te vs. Ti so well. “Actionable” vs “Importing information for the heck of it & to sit on” is one of those dichotomies I think makes so much sense for a quick rule-of-thumb.

  • Mark
    • Mark
    • June 24, 2022 at 8:40 am

    Am in a very similar boat and have been for years. Others identify me as INFJ consistently. Others emotions are actionable (for reasons similar to the ones you outlined) AND data is actionable. Skill is equal in both. Here’s the difference for me, I take action on others emotions responsively and for the most part, I’m annoyed and drained by it. Real world data, I’m scanning for it proactively and feel energised by it. Therefore preference is INTJ in and of itself, real world use cases is a contextual flip flop.

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