The INFP, one of the introverted Myers-Briggs personality types, tends to look at the bright side of things and fight for causes they believe in.
Seeing the big picture, the larger purpose behind what you have to do, is one way to overcome procrastination as an INFP.
INFPs may not be the most vocal people in the room, but their listening skills and empathy are often welcomed.
Despite the fact that INFPs are hard-wired to help others, it is equally important to respect and defend your time, too.
INFPs recharge in solitude, so please don’t take it personally when we want to be left alone.
These fictional INFP characters follow their own path and stay true to their personal convictions.
Just because we INFPs keep to ourselves doesn’t mean we’re not having a good time.
While everyone has their own version of self-care, as an INFP, I’ve found these three activities to be instantaneously therapeutic.
INFPs have a perceptive way of engaging with the world, communicating through art, the written word, and undying positivity.
Every time you say “yes” to one thing, you’re saying “no” to another.