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In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia take time to reflect on the progress of Personality Hacker over the past decade and celebrate the show hitting 15 million downloads and 500 episodes.

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  • Joel Mark Witt
    • Joel Mark Witt
    • September 1, 2023 at 1:46 am

    Thank you Danielle for the feedback and validation from another ENFP. It’s cool that you’ve been with us since 2017.

  • Joel Mark Witt
    • Joel Mark Witt
    • August 23, 2023 at 2:54 pm

    Thank you Vic for the kind words, ideas, and sharing your list of favorite shows. I forgot the Laughing Freeman episode and am reminded that I too love that one.

    I appreciate you as a listener and would love to have you join us a a live podcast show at some point in the future.

  • Joel Mark Witt
    • Joel Mark Witt
    • September 1, 2023 at 1:45 am

    Thank you AJ for the kind words and feedback. Happy to have you as a listener.

  • vic (infj preferences)
    • vic (infj preferences)
    • August 23, 2023 at 12:37 am

    Congratulations to Antonia, Joel and the whole team! This is such an impressive achievement!

    Best wishes to you for whatever paths you decide to take in the future!

    On the overall impact that Personality Hacker has had for me: your descriptions of the cognitive functions and your “Car Model” have been really useful. And I appreciate the advice to think of type as a model rather than the “truth” – we’re all much more complex than a personality type, and some type-based recommendations may be generally useful but won’t necessarily work for everyone of a given type.

    A suggestion for future episodes: I’d be interested in some further in-depth explorations of each of the cognitive functions. Perhaps ideas for ways to use each function positively and creatively, even if they’re ones we’re not particularly comfortable with?

    And just in case anyone’s interested, here’s my personal list of top ten Personality Hacker podcast episodes (so far), based on how useful or insightful I found them for my own experiences and challenges:

    166 – “Becoming A Laughing Freeman”
    207 – “Power Of Self Care”
    361 – “Markers Of Personality Type Development – Part 1 (with Dr. Dario Nardi)”
    362 – “Markers Of Personality Type Development – Part 2 (with Dr. Dario Nardi)”
    411 – “How To Prioritize Personal Growth Work”
    447 – “Design A Good Map Of Personality Type”
    304 – “How Personality Types Feel Judged”
    450 – “Internal vs External Action”
    260 – “Surrender To The Work”
    343 – “Dealing with Trauma in Your Auxiliary Copilot Cognitive Function”

    I’m still working my way through the “Why the World Needs…” series, but the ones I’ve listened to are definitely high on my list too.

    Many thanks!

  • Aj
    • Aj
    • August 26, 2023 at 3:46 pm

    Congratulations on 500 episodes! I have always loved your voices and your relationship, and that’s what kept me listening before being too interested in MBTI. Then, there was this progression in your podcasts where Antonia would says something profound but overly theoretical, and then Mark would jump in to say “hang on, I’m the listener and I want something practical, now translate” – and this slick communication between theory and practice kept me involved.

    Always waiting to hear your voices again during workout.

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