Welcome INFJ friend! Excited to have you here!
You're likely here because you want to learn How to Develop Your Personality as an INFJ, right? Great! We've got some great advice lined up for you to help on that journey.
I love my INFJ friends! You are one of the most incredibly lovely and wonderful people on the planet. Caring, thoughtful, forward-thinking, and from what I've seen, will do everything you can to truly understand and help those nearest and dearest to you. I've seen INFJs anticipate needs before others are even aware of it themselves. That speaks to the power and magic of the INFJ mind.
Your people focus doesn't discount your intellect and ability to work out some complex ideas and how to communicate them. Those with the INFJ personality type can be great teachers, social workers, therapists, and are often very fascinated by personality systems to further explore of the mind, and other people, work.
You, as an INFJ personality, bring with you some amazing super powers of Introverted Intuition (Ni), which allow for you to piece together patterns within your own mind, patterns in how you process, to connect your experience to the general human experience. Not only that, but I've heard stories of how INFJs can truly create vastly beautiful inner worlds that connect themselves to their minds in ways that other types will likely never experience in their lifetimes. This unique perspective creates a powerful value for humanity as you look out for us, our future, and if utilizing some of this helpful advice, can help us all have a better future together.
Here are some of the concepts we're going to be talking about in this program:
That Magical Feeling
As an INFJ personality, I've heard reports of feeling a sense of mysticism with the way that you think. There can sometimes be this disembodied or disconnected feeling from people for quite some time as you wander the garden your mind. This is your intuition at play. Through daydreaming, meditation and understanding your own brain wiring, you can get into the depth of humanity by seeing how your way of being compares to others way of being in what feels like an instant flash of brilliance.
Despite being such an intense introvert, you as an INFJ personality do enjoy people and social dynamics. This is how you share your insights and gain new insights. You may want to create and foster your own community to take care of the needs of those you care about and bring others into the future you imagine for us all.
Since INFJs are such intense introverts, it's important for boundaries to be set and not just let anyone into your complex world to potentially smash and destroy your big plans. We'll cover some ways to do that.
The combination of those first two elements allow an INFJ to get into emotional depth with people quite quickly. You likely want to skip the small talk and dive immediately into emotional depth because they're willing and capable of doing that with themselves. Frankly, it's part of what gives you energy.
This intense depth also maps to an often intellectual desire to research, learn, figure things out, and improve overall logical thinking.
These are just samples of what are called the cognitive functions, which we'll be covering in this program. That means there are some no obvious aspects of who you are that we'll cover along with some ways in which you can grow those elements.
These are just a few of the concepts we're going to cover in this program as an all-in-one place to help understand and nurture the greatness of you, the INFJ personality.
StartAn Introduction to the INFJ Personality Type
StartInner Worlds | What is Introverted Intuition (Ni)?
StartSetting Boundaries and Expressing Yourself | Extraverted Feeling (Fe)
StartThe Sharp Blade of Logical Thinking and Cold Hard Facts | Introverted Thinking (Ti)
StartMake it Stop! The tension between your reality and the world in front of you. | Extraverted Sensing (Se)
StartWhy Don't They What I See? | The Cognitive Loop (Ni-Ti)
StartPutting These Tools to Work | Relationships, Careers and Parenting
I've always had a natural ability and drive to create and sell. When I was in 4th grade I would put "Kidz Enterprizes" on the back of my book reports. In 7th grade, I would print out Pokemon screenshots of the PokeRap and sell them to my friends. As a teenager, I would sell bottled water at local events and do anything I could to make my own way. My parents owned their own advertising agency, which is where I officially got my start professionally.
I've since work in TV, Film Marketing, local businesses, and now working one-on-one with freelancers and entrepreneurs who want to fully embrace who they are in their business lives. As a creative consultant, I share my own triumphs and difficulties with tips and tricks to navigate tools, mindset and expanding creativity in a way that suits your personality.
This is where I stand today, sharing the stories of everything I've learned and harnessing them into courses, podcasts and videos to help others realize that if they allow themselves to be themselves, they can level-up their reality in no-time.
Being a nerd comes with it's own challenges growing up. I'm also an intense introvert with a propensity to favor thinking over emotions. It's been quite a challenge to connect with people based solely on my personality. I've had to develop who I am not simply just be the default version of myself that has had past difficulty connecting with others. I also have cyclothymia, a low-grade bipolar disorder, and ADHD, which present challenges in working for strict businesses and subvert common expectations. I've had to learn to set my own boundaries.
I know there are others out there with similar adversities that don't allow them to fit into the common mold so easily. For some of us, the dream to build a life of our own is a matter of it being the only possibility.
Not only that but there are plenty of people who simply want more out of life. We want to not struggle every day to pay the bills, student loans and fear that we can't pay for the next hospital visit. We want to create life on our terms and do it without sacrificing who we are.
Frankly, I teach that leaning into who we are is the quickest way to focus on what we have to offer, how we can present that, who we can connect to and how can we best serve those people.
We're all capable of love, we're all worthy of success, but it's not a guarantee. We have to take the steps towards making that happen, to put in the work. So, let's take a look, break it all down and build you back up again.