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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with Profiler Training alumni, Klaus Schepers about his lived experience during this ISTP personality type interview.


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In this podcast you’ll find:

  • Guest host Klaus Schepers joins.
  • Download our ISTP Personality Type Handy Guide to learn the ISTP functions.
  • Klaus tells us about himself and where he is at in life.
  • How did Klaus discover type and learn he was an ISTP?
  • Why did Klaus previously think he was a different type?
  • How does Klaus experience the future?
    • How has this changed after discovering his type?
  • How Klaus uses type-based personal growth to bring the best version of himself to his Personality Type Consultation sessions.
  • How does Klaus’ Accuracy (Ti) Driver and Sensation (Se) Copilot functions appear together?
  • Klaus and Antonia talk about what it’s like to use Accuracy (Ti) as your main decision-making process.
  • How Accuracy (Ti) and Harmony (Fe) approach group consensus.
  • Klaus shares a hack he learned to access his Harmony (Fe) 3-Yr-Old function.
  • Which ISTP stereotypes does Klaus identify and not identify with?
  • What advice would Klaus give to anyone struggling to find their type?
  • Klaus shares some final thoughts on his Harmony (Fe) 3-Yr-Old function.

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  • Hannu
    • Hannu
    • April 22, 2022 at 6:58 pm

    I’m another ISTP mistyped as an INTJ. I could relate to several things on the episode.

    One thing is that, I find conflict difficult as well. I’ve looked into enneagram as well and my current guess there is type 9 which is said to be a body-type that isn’t very well in touch with the body. This seems to be in accordance with the suggestion of developing one’s SE.

  • Shobhana [INFP]
    • Shobhana [INFP]
    • March 8, 2022 at 1:27 pm

    All types have all 8 functions. It’s more a question of which ones you have more mastery of. I definitely relate to the experience of getting stressed out to get the job done – except once. This one time was an event that I strongly believed in, right down to my soul and I actually volunteered to run it. That was the one time I had no trouble at all of getting into action, supervising people, getting in front of an audience, dealing with several major problems. It was a beautiful example of my inferior Te serving my dominant Fi.
    In terms of using Ni to plan for the future I certainly do that – but I’m not good at it! I’m not good at accurately forecasting what’s coming in the future. So I usually just make general plans so that I have something to work towards but along the way I may change course if life takes me there. I am much better at Ne. Whereas my mom who is an ENTJ is really good at Ni. She can accurately predict things 10 years down the line and I have personally seen her be absolutely spot on.

  • Antonia Dodge
    • Antonia Dodge
    • March 2, 2022 at 5:16 pm

    None of your comments are awaiting moderation. My pattern recognition tells me that you copy/pasted a comment when it was awaiting approval and so you’re seeing “Your comment is awaiting moderation” because it was part of your copy/paste.

    I have an ethic around not deleting people’s comments unless I perceive them as malicious.


  • Adrian (INTJ)
    • Adrian (INTJ)
    • March 2, 2022 at 6:29 am

    I saw them, then I didn’t see them anymore. My main comment is still “awaiting moderation”. Given that I know how you especially dislike people in the type community telling others that they’re mistyped, the intuitive leap is not a hard one to make.

    If somebody’s running around wrongfully thinking their type is one, when it’s really another, it doesn’t help anybody. These people come across as fake and tryhard and their development is lead into the wrong direction.

  • Ryan INFP
    • Ryan INFP
    • February 21, 2022 at 6:47 pm

    Sorry just adding i use NI a lot i plan the future all the time i live there and it is always better than the present even though the present is good. When i play poker i am sure my FI feels an FEs emotion i can read them like a book. I truly struggle more with reading TI when playing poker its a tricky function i think its a bit manipulative would not think its like FI i do not know i am just making it up a little i am just thinking two INFPs should see the functions the same. Should they not

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