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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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  • IxTx?
    • IxTx?
    • February 23, 2022 at 10:42 pm

    Thanks! That’s excellent differentiation information for trying to find one’s type. Further ‘points’ toward Te/Fi now then, if I understand it correctly. (Which I’m not completely certain of – comparing this description with myself in different situations isn’t straightforward (association brings up images of trying to align overhead projector film masks with sheets of paper to try to find some cipher thing or similar…))

    One of the worst feelings for me in this kind of example would be when someone is falsely accused. Further worsened by not being believed when telling the truth*, and transformed from ‘unidentified terrible feeling’ to boiling directed anger at the ‘framer’ if it’s someone being framed.

    *Real, objective truth, like if someone did or didn’t do something.

    Once again, thanks!

  • Antonia Dodge
    • Antonia Dodge
    • February 20, 2022 at 5:32 pm

    Most people dislike conflict and discord. The visceral component for Fe is the function’s tendency to absorb the feelings of others. When Fe is further down the stack, it makes it easier to be either unaware of discord or intentionally/unintentionally cause it in service of Ti expression. (A ‘truth’ that needs to be stated / information people need to hear, or a misjudgment of how Ti humor will land.) But if the xxTP is aware of conflict, and there was no “Ti” to champion, it can feel particularly uncomfortable since bringing discord to harmony tends to be a strength of Fe, which the xxTP may or may not have clocked time developing.

    For types that use Fi/Te, they are most likely to become ‘viscerally’ uncomfortable when they can personalize the feelings of 1) a misinterpretation of intent OR 2) somehow feeling culpable / hypocritical. The conflict may or may not personally include them. An example would be watching someone get called out for ‘bad behavior’ and either identifying with the behavior, or identifying with how awful it is to be ‘called out’ (feeling most people are too quick to judge). Fi may also feel embarrassed in behalf of someone in the conflict.

    For Fe, avoiding conflict is often avoiding absorbing other’s emotions, for Fi it’s avoiding calling up uncomfortable feelings inside the self.


  • Adrian (INTJ)
    • Adrian (INTJ)
    • February 17, 2022 at 2:49 pm

    Klaus is an INTJ. Stop deleting the comments that actually see the truth.

  • Ryan INFP
    • Ryan INFP
    • February 18, 2022 at 2:54 pm

    Excellent podcasts

  • IxTx?
    • IxTx?
    • February 20, 2022 at 4:59 pm

    Interesting episode. How literal should we take what you say that people with Fe in their “car” are the ones who feel bad viscerally when there’s conflict among others? Is it a 1:1 ratio, so that it could even be used as a strong indicator in a test, or was it more a case of the “intuitive speculations” that you two often warn us that you’re doing?

    I certainly recognize that feeling in myself, although I barely recognize the description of Ti at all, and earlier I have come to think more and more that I’m Te/Fi polarity.

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