INFPs and INFJs are very similar. They’re both idealistic, moralistic, and empathic. It’s not uncommon for INFPs to mistype as INFJs, and vice versa.
I see myself as both an individual and a kind of commodity that has market value.
There are a lot of misleading stereotypes about the INFP personality type on the Internet.
INFPs can be an unstoppable force that can move mountains—in the real world and not just in their dreams.
After learning about my personality type, I noticed a disturbing pattern.
Extroverted activities like sales and office politics never resonated with me.
I forced myself to pretend to be an extrovert. But it came at a cost.
1. We work with feelings instead of logic.
I needed to know the perspective of everyone involved before I decided anything.
Intuitives are dreamers and idea generators.