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In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia outline the journey of learning personality type as a meme all the way through using it as a psycho-spiritual tool.
In this podcast you’ll find:
- Antonia shares the Profiler Training student question that sparked this week’s episode.
- Why Rush’s Neil Peart provides the perfect example of the beginner’s mindset.
- Using art as a metaphor to understand the journey from beginner to master.
What role do stereotypes play in our understanding of personality type?
- How and where can we access these stereotypes?
- Is there any value in stereotypes?
- How is the world’s perception of personality type affected by a beginner level of understanding?
- The type dichotomy that’s already in our collective unconscious.
How stereotypes both help and hinder those struggling to identify their best-fit personality type.
- The role memes play in identifying with stereotypes.
At what point does our relationship with type shift from description to prescription?
- Why prescription is essential for obtaining valuable type-related advice.
- What can you gain from diving into the dichotomy dynamics relating to your type?
- How cognitive functions entered the personality-type community zeitgeist.
How can learning about cognitive functions deepen your understanding of type?
- The mental shift that happens when you gain this complex understanding.
- How a deep understanding of type can stop you from conflating different cognitive functions.
- Are there any valid criticisms of personality-type theory?
- The value of John Beebe’s archetypes.
Joel and Antonia share why they teach Profiler Training.
- How Profiler Training can help you on your personality-type journey.
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