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In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia ask students to share their best personality type advice during the Profiler Training program in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


In this podcast you’ll find:

  • Joel and Antonia join their live audience in Pittsburgh, PA, to talk about personality-type advice.
  • How can you apply personality-type theory to your everyday life in a tangible way?
    • Why it’s important to move away from a theory only approach.
  • How Profiler Training changes our students’ relationship to their type.
  • An ENTP female shares her advice for managing the 10-Year-Old Harmony (Extraverted Feeling) function.
    • How to harness your snow-globe mind and embrace radical honesty.
  • How to develop self-love as an ENFJ.
    • Why developing your Perspectives (Introverted Intuition) CoPilot is key.
  • An INFP gives advice on how to connect with your emotions and desires.
  • How INTJs can teach us to earn happiness through hard work.
  • An INTP shares their story about overcoming a fear of their 3-Year-Old Harmony (Extraverted Feeling) blindspot.
  • An ESFJ shares why ESFJs need to be clearer when communicating their needs.
  • Joel and Antonia share their appreciation for today’s type advice.

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  • Ryan
    • Ryan
    • July 14, 2023 at 12:33 pm

    I literally just been thinking is desire of INFPs to be able to predict what will happen is that why we feel happy if we have goals because its almost like think it then it happens then back down to earth. Do we need to constantly chase a dream. I am constantly seeking away of being content. Every time i predict what will happen i say told you. I was more content waiting for my prediction than when it happened and then i create another plan when i do not have a prediction i am less content. Why?

  • Ryan
    • Ryan
    • July 14, 2023 at 12:19 pm

    Everything said and written on here by the INFPs i feel all of it. I do have a question about the advice of having goals or desire. i have to have goals constant long term targets it keeps me sane and we are achieving loads but when do you stop or can infps ever stop.

  • Jessica
    • Jessica
    • June 19, 2023 at 7:41 pm

    I’m an INFP and I agree with the INFP advice. I’d also like to add, SAVE YOUR MONEY.

    When burnout arrives, you WILL need to take a break before you can take the necessary time to clear your psyche, rest, and “try on” different ideas and feel into what it would be like to live in each potential future scenario before you’re ready to go full throttle after the scenario that you choose as your desire.

    It may sound weird that Fi advice wouldn’t be the opposite of Fe advice, but the truth is, that if you’re an INFP and you need to adjust how you interact with others and (being less self-identified), then you will understand how you need to change ONLY when you are fully connected to the energy of what you desire for your life in the future. It’s only then that INFPs will stop at nothing to make life happen, even if that means getting more connected to the “tribe”.

    But first, SAVE YOUR MONEY, INFPs. I believe it is almost impossible for us to find another (job, living situation, home, whatever) while we are miserable, burnt out, and in emotional chaos. For me, I need to make clean breaks before I’m ready for what’s next. You can’t do that broke.

    INFP Jessica

  • Terry Textor
    • Terry Textor
    • June 19, 2023 at 2:18 pm

    I am an INFP. My advice: short sentences with examples.

    1. Take your own advice. My example is around receiving love and help from others. I have found it difficult to accept that people actually love me and I really had a hard time accepting help. That changed for me after four very difficult years in a row, losing my canine companion, losing a parent, losing a parent-in-law, breast cancer, and after all of that I lost my husband very suddenly.

    2. You do not need to be fixed. When I was growing up I was often told I was too sensitive or something similar. Meyers Briggs was one tool in learning to love who I am and embrace who I am. I am fine the way I am. It’s okay to like being alone. It’s okay to refuse that invitation to a party. It’s okay to feel things strongly. It’s okay to be in your head a lot. It’s okay to unconventional.

    3. Who cares what other people think. The main thing I learned in this regard is that I was judging myself based on what I thought others thought about me, not what they really thought. The next step for me was realizing it didn’t matter what they thought at all. It matters how I see myself. That doesn’t mean I’m not kind or giving, just that when it come to who I am and how I live life, that is my choice and that is also okay.

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