Podcast – Episode 0323 – Building A Foundation On Your Inferior Cognitive Function – Part 1

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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about how to build a strong foundation on your inferior (3-year-old) cognitive function if it is a perceiving function.

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In this episode Joel and Antonia talk about how to build a strong foundation on your inferior (3-year-old) cognitive function if it is a perceiving function. #myersbriggs

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  • Daniel
    Reply

    When does the INFP part start? This is all irrelevant to me so far. Could you include timestamps going forward guys? Thanks.

    • Daniel
      Reply

      I think that was a waste of time, there was no INFP section?

      • Antonia Dodge
        Reply

        As stated in the title and in the podcast itself, this is Part 1. We began with the perceiving functions. Part 2 will focus on types that lead with judging functions, like INFPs.

        The podcast is freely given, and we prefer it to be consumed by people who deem it worth their time.

        -A-

  • Fleur
    Reply

    Funny for me that I, twice!, forgot that I had taken notes on the inferior function Te, and listened again again to both part 1 and 2. 🤣There’s some resistance for ya 🤦‍♂️

    • Antonia Dodge
      Reply

      I’m totally confused – Where are you finding part 2? We’ve only released part 1 of this series.

      -A-

      • Fleur
        Reply

        Argh. Wrong podcast! It was the ‘Your personality 3 year old inferior cognitive function, part 1 and 2. Sorry 😬

        • Antonia Dodge
          Reply

          Ahhh – they are similar, so I can understand the confusion. 🙂

          This podcast takes a little different tack than the previous.

          -A-

  • Raven Ford
    Reply

    I struggle with this issue so much. I’m an INTP woman. I’ve listened now to the first and second parts of the “Building a Foundation on Your Inferior Cognitive Function.” I’m a bartender (out of work due to COVID-19).

    When other bartenders get into the rush and get bogged down, I often become energized. I move around like lightening because I can take the thinking out of the equation and just perform. I actually have a best friend who is ESTP. I’ve learned a lot from him. Even if sometimes he does contemplate more than the average bear, he isn’t paralyzed by it. I, on the other hand, can think, plan, schedule, and make lists all about my future activities. (That part is so much more fun than actually doing!) I think I’ll try writing down my daily activities and forming a schedule around the notes of a seven-day period as Antonia suggested.

  • Caty Lee
    Reply

    Thank you Joel and Antonia for these ideas. After realizing that I might be an Enneagram four rather than five, I started a daily ritual. I wanted to identify my core principles (and the interests that are a product of them) and to take actions every day that made them manifest, rather than being guided by transitory emotional states.
    Your ideas in this podcast lend even more support to the value of a ritual. I love that you said projects require a long timeline for completion. Previously I’ve been engaging in my ritual on a principled level, but the idea of articulating a goal and using a ritual as its container is quite empowering.
    In Jordan Peterson’s lecture on the psychological significance of the flood, he suggests that the key to contending with the inevitable tragedies of life is the daily pursuit of a meaningful goal. It’s not the fulfillment of a goal that produces dopamine, and instead what are rewarding are the signals that we are moving meaningfully in the direction of what we want.
    I have struggled with perceptions of being ungrounded, untethered, contradictory, but the ritual feels like an antidote. It’s a daily structure that ensures I am moving in a direction that feels meaningful, no matter what other obligations might be involved in a day.
    Thank you so much for sharing all your insights.

  • Ty
    Reply

    Oooo thank you for this! It helped me have a huge Ah-ha! moment.

    I am an INFJ and I have spent so much time researching and thinking about the best way to make certain changes to my life. I have been going down that rabbit hole for a long, long time without getting very far. I thought one day I would stumble upon the best ideology, my perspective would shift, and then I would FINALLY be in business! But as I’ve journeyed along I’ve begun to notice that “Just do it” was the motto that ended up working for me to most consistently move the needle on the things I’d been wanting to change.

    And even though that has been proven to me time & time again, I STILL want to fight it. It just doesn’t _feel_ right. Like that just _can’t_ be the answer. It’s too simple!

    But now I understand why it feels that way- it’s my Ni/Ti combo resisting my inferior Se.

    Now I can have peace that for me “Just do it” really is the answer sometimes.

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