Developing “Sensation” for ISFPs and ISTPs

When you seek out direct feedback, you have a greater ability to enhance the best parts of you. And in turn, you’ll start seeing the best in others.

The ISFJ “Protector” Personality Type

To get inside the experience of an ISFJ, it’s important to understand their relationship to the world and to time.

The ISFP “Composer” Personality Type

To get inside the experience of an ISFP it’s important to acknowledge how they enter the world and how the world responds back.

The INTJ “Mastermind” Personality Type

  After Joel and I released a podcast on the INFJ personality, we received an overwhelming response from (the Myers-Briggs type) INTJ for more information on understanding their type. [...]

When You ALMOST Know Your Personality Type (aka “Between Two Types”)

If you are not familiar with Jungian cognitive functions, please reference “Personality Development Tools: The Car Model” to familiarize yourself with cognitive functions and how they [...]

Question from Readers – Best Books for ENFJ Growth

Can you please recommend what you believe would be the best personal development book for an ENFJ??? Love your podcast!! Life changing!! Thank you! – Kelly Anne No matter the Myers-Briggs [...]

3 Biggest Mistakes in Self-Typing (aka “Help! I can’t figure out my type!”)

“Am I an Extravert or an Introvert?” “Sometimes I’m a Thinker and sometimes I’m a Feeler – it just depends.” “I used to be an INTP, but now [...]