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In this podcast Joel and Antonia are joined by guest host Dr. Dario Nardi to talk about the 4 subtypes of each personality type.


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  • Jessica Abrahams
    • Jessica Abrahams
    • September 29, 2022 at 7:26 pm

    I resonate with INTJ and dominant, which seems consistent with the INTJ enneagram 1 that I also resonate with. I tend to step in and lead only when I don’t think anyone else will effectively do so. I have been told I am very definite and have a strong personality. I’m highly analytical.

    However, I think that’s a preference. I think we learn, over time, to take other things into account. I typically work in technology and also have some experience in Lead positions. I found I had a blind spot when it came to reading people well, and began learning some skills that resemble Harmonizing to make up for that and to learn to lead better. I believe you can’t lead well if you’re blind to the needs of those you lead, and while I see processes more easily, I’ve shifted towards valuing the people too. I highly value certain people, but only after I come to see them as people I really want to have around me. I’m very loyal to them, once I decide I want them in my life in some way. I can test as INTJ, ENTJ or INFJ for all of those reasons. I think it may be that while I am an INTJ with a primary Dominant preference, I think it’s possible for people to have a secondary preference, and that I might have a secondary Harmonizing preference.

  • Justine G
    • Justine G
    • October 1, 2022 at 10:53 am

    I’ve just listened to Joyce Meng interview Dario Nardi on this topic, and find his verbal explanations of the different sides of each of the functions much better than those in his book, so would recommend:

  • Ryan INFP
    • Ryan INFP
    • September 29, 2022 at 6:49 pm

    Analytic holistic Normalizing subtype i was sure i would be creative but maybe all INFPs feel creative i read Magic Diamond about a year ago loved it also read Victor Gulenko psychological type i do think they might be something in the way people move ISTJ robots.

  • Jeff
    • Jeff
    • October 1, 2022 at 4:09 am

    Interesting podcast. As an Infj, if I take the content at face-value I would classify myself as a normalizing subtype.

    I can see myself fitting into this as a psychology undergraduate and a part-time traffic controller. I struggle sometimes to learn the more difficult parts.

    My auxiliary Fe function is analytic, and is supported by Ti, with Ni in the background.

  • Eric
    • Eric
    • September 29, 2022 at 6:42 pm

    I saw Dario’s book when Antonia mentioned it on twitter a short while ago. I’m probably a mix of Normalizing and Harmonizing INTP. Assertiveness with Ne seems to be a weak spot IMO, it’s mostly a passive feeder into the “system” for me so to speak.

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