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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with Profiler Training alumni, Kyle Friesen about his lived experience as an ENFP personality type.


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  • Brock
    • Brock
    • February 28, 2022 at 7:25 pm

    Shout out to Kyle. I was there at the same profiling event in Los Angeles as a guinea pig. We were brought together by your fellow profilers who had flipped out to find you and I had the same discovery in our judging polarities with flipped results. You had discovered you were an ENFP that day (as opposed to ENTP), and I had discovered I was an ENTP (as opposed to ENFP). It was a fascinating conversation we had as we noticed the similarities as to how we were seeing the patterns and allowing our third function to misinform those patterns leading to uneasy yet seductive conclusions.

    You made this a particularly strong podcast in the series thus far with many great insights and concrete examples into the Ne-Si polarity. It really is like derailing a train. Seems like just as much work to get back on track. The other key bit was how you described the importance of growing as a guide to knowing (or confirming, but knowing rhymes and isn’t any less accurate) your type.

    The final highlight for me was your mention of the second function bursting through the door with the screaming baby fourth. (That was the image in my mind, not the actual words you said) I think it would be great to have more discussions about that relationship. We often hear about the First and Third in cahoots, but that second and fourth are guilty of teaming up as well.

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