Podcast – Episode 0335 – Does Your Personality Type Change Over Time (with Dr. Dario Nardi)

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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with “Neuroscience of Personality” author Dr. Dario Nardi about personality types changing over time.

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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with "Neuroscience of Personality" author Dr. Dario Nardi about personality types changing over time. #myersbriggs

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  • Clarkie
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    Am I understanding correctly the diamond example?
    We move out towards one side (first base in the baseball diamond version), at first prompted by the 40-50% genetic disposition, in order to learn, practice, understand and experience the feature in isolation before then incorporating the other side (in this case extroversion) into our lived behaviours…
    And this experience of moving out to the extreme before coming back into balance can happen with any of the dicotomyse. It can be a genetic push into flow state. it can also be an intentional self-challenge, or environmental circumstance, that creates growth opportunity.

    Finally, where the baseball diamond example fails is that we are not rounding the bases and returning to the starting point of home base. Instead, what was 2nd base becomes the new starting point which we can explore further that same relationship between (in this case introversion and extroversion) but we have the options to go wither way and experiment, learn, experience and understand one side in isolation before bringing the two back into harmony.

    Examples: Project manager, who has an introverted pilot, has finished the planning of a conference and is for the duration of the event in a very intense extroverted state. After the event they can find some peace, recharge and then having learned form that week of intense extroversion, has grown in their auxilery area and can incorporate that into their ‘personality’

    Alternative Example. A person who leads with a feeling decision making process goes to university in a program where they are asked to think, reason and argue using information, data and facts. While this is more challenging for them than a thinker, the long period of the 4 year program is a growth in themselves and by the end they are able to bring that thinker aspect back into balance with the feeling to create growth in themselves.

  • Jodie
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    Could you direct me to any resources regarding those exercises which combine the use of two Cognitive functions?
    I’m typed as an INTJ, and I’m very curious what a Ni + Se activity looks like…
    Thank you~

  • Prunelle
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    Very interesting podcast, I love how it talks about the applications of MBTI, and how it is a means to an end (personal development – develop your auxiliary ! ) and not an end in itself (however immensely engrossing it may be)… Thank you for this brilliant conversation !

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