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On this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia dive into how ENTJs can use personality know-how to embrace and love who they are. The conversation also touches on what the other 15 personality types can learn from ENTJs about self-love.

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On this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia dive into how ENTJs can use personality know-how to embrace and love who they are. The conversation also touches on what the other 15 personality types can learn from ENTJs about self-love.

3 comments

  • Rajan
    • Rajan
    • April 4, 2024 at 4:30 pm

    (ENTJ) Fantastic podcast. ‘Selective vulnerability’ a perfect descriptor of the hard earned but worthwhile discernment won through a willingness to engage (welcomed or not!) with emotional reference experiences. Thank you for ‘getting us’, and helping to soften the stereotypes about the type in your community and further afield. Loving your work.

  • Claudia Harflett
    • Claudia Harflett
    • April 3, 2024 at 10:48 am

    I am very happy to have over an hour podcast. I have listened to allot of your podcasts now, and I think you have balanced this one very well by providing a lot of relevant and specific information for the enfjs and only lightly touching on the car model and cognitive function definitions. Carry on the good work! Claudia (ESFJ)

  • Sean
    • Sean
    • April 2, 2024 at 1:36 pm

    (INFP) The idea of Te being “human doings” is thought provoking to me as an INFP. I can’t wait for the INFP edition. How can an INFP have low expectations for the “doing” part of life with our 3yr old Te? It seems so easy to tell an ENTJ to have low expectations for being vulnerable and understanding feelings, but does that mean an INFP should have minimal expectations around holding down a job and keeping a schedule?

    I tend to think any INFP who is a productive member of society and is supporting a family has put in ten times the cognitive work and growth than other types. Fi is just not valued in society. An INFP must develop their copilot and children for baseline survival.

    Also, don’t worry about the podcast length when doing INFPs. The more info the better! I’m ok with a 2hr episode. Gathering info is more fun than doing.

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