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In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia explore the 4 work styles that influence ISFP careers.

Discover more about subtypes in Dr. Dario Nardi’s “The 64 Subtypes in Depth”


In this podcast you’ll find:

  • Why are Joel and Antonia discussing careers for each of the personality types?
  • What are some popular career choices for ISFPs?
  • Introducing the ISFP subtypes by Dr. Dario Nardi.
    • How to approach the concept of the four subtypes.
  • Check out our previous podcast episode where Dario introduces the four subtypes of each personality type.
  • The energy and flavor of the four subtypes.
  • The four ISFP subtypes:
    • Dominant subtype – how does this more confident style of ISFP show up?
    • Creative subtype – why this is a more stereotypical ISFP subtype.
    • Normalizing subtype – what does it look like when an ISFP is more grounded in reality?
    • Harmonizing subtype – how the intuitive style of this subtype presents itself.
  • How the ISFPs level of conviction and assertiveness appears based on their subtype.
  • The importance of reflecting on your career choices.

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    • March 25, 2023 at 6:19 am

    After listening to this, I have come to the conclusion that I am more of a normalizing ISFP, though I see myself in a little of all of those subtypes you mentioned. I think when I was a teen and early twenties I was probably more of a “creative” ISFP. And thank you for pointing out that the subtypes can be interchangeable too. Some of the other subtypes seem like fun expressions. I’m not really sure if I’ll stay in my “normalizing” state, or if I’ll evolve and become a different subtype. The other subtypes seem very attractive for different reasons.

    And it’s funny that Joel mentioned that the normalizing ISFP might question their type and think they’re an ISFJ, because I remember reading about the ISFJ personality and thinking to myself “hmm, maybe I was mistyped.” lol

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