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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with guest host Dr. Dario Nardi about the subgroups that have emerged around studying Myers-Briggs personality types.

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In this podcast you’ll find:

  • Why can’t we find some typology resources on the Internet?
  • The more obscure and valuable resources within the Personality Type Community.
  • Defining the Type Community subgroups:
    • The differences between Myers-Briggs and Jungian analysts.
    • The strengths and pitfalls of the MBTI® test.
    • Who the Type Community’s “Old Guard” is and what they innovated.
    • Who is the “New Guard” and what are they doing now?
    • The big typology differences between the USA and Europe.
    • How the Enthusiasts contribute.
    • What is Socionics and is it helpful?
    • Is ethics in the Type Community declining?
    • How age and experience influence the Type Community.
  • What research and statistics are there for Myers-Briggs?
  • Why Personality Hacker chooses particular concepts to share.
  • How Dr. Nardi’s book, The Magic Diamond, helps you understand the flexibility of your type.

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  • Antonia Dodge
    • Antonia Dodge
    • January 8, 2021 at 2:45 pm

    Try this link:


  • JB
    • JB
    • January 8, 2021 at 8:14 am has been unresponsive every time I’ve tried today.

  • Jessica Wilcox
    • Jessica Wilcox
    • January 6, 2021 at 1:20 pm


  • LD
    • LD
    • December 31, 2020 at 6:26 pm

    I could listen to Dr. Nardi telling on these type grifters all day long. More content like this, please; more content that discusses ethics in type.

  • R
    • R
    • December 28, 2020 at 6:58 pm

    What are the chances of y’all kicking a little love towards those other content creators you respect and find valuable? I think I’ve encountered the listicle person Antonia mentioned, though I don’t remember her name, but when Dario was talking about the person who discusses tire and mental health I was mentally shouting “who? Who? Say their name please!” Meanwhile, there’s obviously a lot of drek out there (some of which gets posted to the Intuitive Awakening Facebook group), and a lot of the drek has a much higher profile than it should. It takes an enormous amount of work for newbies to find the good stuff – especially because in the beginning, they can’t even quickly tell what the good stuff is. And as much as I love you, I can’t get EVERYTHING from you :). Y’all have a big enough platform that your curatorial voice could go a long way towards lifting up voices that add to the conversation. Even better, it would be yet another reason for people to make PH their first stop: You’d be “the thing that leads them to the thing.” You don’t have to do full out articles with lists of links – you could just do the occasional social media post, or even post to Intuitive Awakening, saying “hey, I read this great article by so and so, check it out.”

    And no, I’m not personally a content creator – just someone who’s wasted way too much time trying to find the good stuff and being drawn in by the not so good stuff (cough cough WENZES cough cough).

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