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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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  • Trevor (INTJ)
    • Trevor (INTJ)
    • February 15, 2022 at 2:17 pm

    I enjoyed this podcast. I think Klaus represented the ISTPs well. I really didn’t have a stereotype in mind for ISTPs. It’s a personality I don’t know as well. So I found it interesting to learn from Klaus about ISTPs with a blank slate.

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