INFP personality type

Get an in-depth look at how the #INFP and #ENFP personality types think and process information. #Personality #MBTI

An In-Depth Guide to How INFPs and ENFPs Think

Did you know that each personality type has a unique way of thinking, making decisions, and absorbing information? While every individual is unique, there are patterns in information-processing that span across people of the same (or similar) types. Today we’re going to look at the INFP and ENFP…


Discover the seven ways that #INFPs change the world! #INFP #MBTI #Personality

7 Ways That INFPs Make an Impact

INFPs are the quintessential “Idealists” of the Myers-Briggs® type community. Imaginative, individualistic, and creative, these types have a gift for understanding human nature and inspiring others with possibilities. INFPs strive towards success, but their version of success may look a little…


Take a look at each Myers-Briggs #personality type in their most average state. #MBTI #INFJ #INTJ #INFP #INTP

The Average Versions of Every Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

When you’re trying to learn about your personality type you might find yourself confused if all the descriptions you read are of extremely healthy or inspiring versions of the type. Let’s face it. We’re not all operating at an ideal version of our type at all times. As an INFJ I’m not always filled…


A deeper look inside the mind of the #INFP, #INTP, #ENFP and #ENTP #personality types

Here's What it's Like to be Inside the Mind of an INFP, INTP, ENFP or ENTP

Have you ever wanted to get inside the head of one of your friends or family members? Have you been looking for ways to clarify your type or the type of someone you care about? This article is all about exploring the key characteristics of the four NP personality types. INTPs, INFPs, ENTPs and…


Discover the powerful imagination of the #INFP and #INFJ #Personality types. #MBTI

The Powerful Imagination of INFPs and INFJs

I’ve always been thankful for my imagination. As a child I never felt the dull ache of boredom that many others did. I felt like I could always escape in my mind to imaginary worlds and futures that didn’t yet exist. I remember staring out the back window of my parent’s brown-and-white station…