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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with Profiler Training alumni, Jordan Wiles about her lived experience as an ISFJ personality type.


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In this podcast you’ll find:

  • Guest Host Jordan Wiles, ISFJ, joins.
  • Download our ISFJ Personality Type Handy Guide to learn about the ISFJ functions.
  • How did Jordan get into personality type?
  • How has Jordan experienced the type community as an ISFJ?
  • What are Jordan’s insights into how type can help with relationships?
  • How has the Accuracy (Introverted Thinking) – Harmony (Extraverted Feeling) polarity helped Jordan navigate conflict?
  • Jordan shares how developing Accuracy (Introverted Thinking) influenced her relationship to asking questions?
  • How does Jordan experience her Driver function Memory (Introverted Sensing)?
  • What is Jordan’s response to being thrown a curve-ball?
  • Jordan explains the phenomenon of “post-processing disorder” to Joel and Antonia.
  • How does Jordan’s 3 Year Old Exploration (Extraverted Intuition) function give her gifts of insights?
  • What are Jordan’s superpowers?
  • What role has faith played in Jordan’s life?
  • What advice would Jordan give to her younger self?

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  • Trevor (INTJ)
    • Trevor (INTJ)
    • March 8, 2022 at 9:33 pm

    Like Jonathan mentioned, I found Jordan’s description of processing with Si insightful. I can understand now from what she explained about people journaling.

    I tried journaling but it doesn’t take as a habit and only when I need to process my emotions with dealing with a problem.

    What I found interesting was her talking about deconstructing her faith, but sticking with Christianity as well. So I started off in a non-religious home. My parents got divorced when I was in my teens. Mom becomes a Christian. I followed a year later.

    Fast forward to about 5 or 6 years ago, I had a crisis of faith. I really got to the point that if I held on to my beliefs as they were, I was going to lose my faith altogether.

    The journey has been long, but I had to deconstruct my beliefs. And in fact, I’m happier with just having doubts and being open about them. Instead of trying to protect my doubts, I can just investigate different perspectives.

    And guess what, my dominant Ni is a lot happier. My perfectionism of having to have it right just hindered my faith. Instead, my Ni gets to do its job and look at different perspectives on topics. I also see Ti doing some work but that’s further down the stack for me.

    I also have feared judgment a lot growing up for various reasons. I was an INTJ who just didn’t seem to fit it well. :)

    Thank you for your sharing Jordan.

  • Jonathan
    • Jonathan
    • March 8, 2022 at 4:25 pm

    What an amazing interview!

    The personal insight she shared on “post processing” helps me understand how people can use Si. I hope I can spot this more often in the wild and give them space to process on their timetable.

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