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Make better decisions based on how your mind works. Personality Hacker teaches you the coding language of your mind and how to use it to create great relationships - a fulfilling career and happiness. Are you born with your personality, or does it develop over time? What is intuition? What's the fastest way to use your natural gifts to improve overall happiness? Join Joel Mark Witt and Antonia Dodge as they discuss small changes in your personality and relationships that have big impact.
 
One thing about being a parent – there’s no shortage of personalities to be surrounded by. Our kids, our partners, our family, our friends. They keep us laughing, growing, loving, and crying. If only they understood us. Like the musician Van Morrison once sang “When people understand what I mean, mama said there will be days like this.” Adelaide Australia’s Kate Mason is an author, wife, and mother who has spent her career studying personality and relationships. In this podcast she looks at ...
 
Learning your MBTI type is just the beginning of your growth journey! Come dive deep with me to learn more about INFJ cognitive functions, how to master them, and how to discover who you really are. If you're an INFJ committed to growth and transforming your life, this podcast is for you!
 
I started doing YouTube videos in August 2017 about being an INFJ, and how it took me 30-odd years of journaling, self-reflection, and self-actualization, to get to this level of understanding and love with myself. I'm an INFJ and I'm here to show you through my podcast that you are not alone, you are not crazy, you are not autistic, or a sociopath. You are just misunderstood, and the more you realize that there are others like you out there, the less alone and confused you are going to feel ...
 
A podcast that brings personality type models into parenting! Sandra is a Family Type Practitioner, certified in Myers-Briggs personality type for both adults and children. Em is a mom, lawyer, "accidental politician" and personality type enthusiast. Together, they explore how MBTI, Enneagram and other personality type models can help you parent more peacefully and compassionately.If you are wondering why your kids, teens, your spouse and your parenting partner do the things they do and how ...
 
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The E9 Podcast is our attempt to use Enneagram language to listen to the stories of people who are not like us. We want to learn from them and gain their perspective on life. And maybe, through a shared language, we can explore together the shared humanity that goes deeper than our differences.
 
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The trickiest times for communication with our children are when we’re stressed or angry. What’s happening during those moments in our brains? What’s happening inside our child’s brain? Sarah Best joins Kate to talk about effective communication, how to be both firm and kind, how to offer ideas to our children, and even how to say “No” effectively.…
 
Sandra interviews Alyssa Wolff, a productivity coach for WAHM, about how to use personality type to help simplify your life. They chat about parenting confidence, goal setting and Gretchen Rubin’s Four Tendencies. Links and references: PeopleStripes Thanksgiving Article: “Gratitude Through Type” by Sandra Etherington Alyssa’s Website Alyssa’s Podca…
 
INFJs find it easy to criticize themselves because we see our faults clearly. But that means that we end up seeing ourselves in a very negative way and forget that we are human, imperfect, and have our good points, too. Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways: Read my blog at http://themillionairehippie…
 
Freely chosen play is when a child decides and controls their play following their instincts, imagination, and interests. No adult leadership. No right or wrong way to play. Just play. Play improves the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and young people (little secret, it helps adults too). It is play that helps chil…
 
Sandra has an important conversation with Elena Nola, about how to help our children with a Thinking preference in Myers-Briggs navigate a world full of social rules, while still honoring and accepting them for who they are naturally. Links and references: People Stripes Article: “Navigating Sibling Conflict” by Sandra Etherington Elena Nola is an …
 
INFJs know that they are human, but this doesn't mean that they like it or don't try to avoid the whole responsibility of being human completely. We ignore our human needs and desires and pretend like we are not human. Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways: Read my blog at http://themillionairehippie.…
 
Advocates can find the advantages; critics can easily point out the flaws. In the wake of the COVID experience, more parents are choosing the path of home education (that’s the preferred term). While a precise definition differs, there are some key elements to home education that separate it from distance education and pandemic schooling. In this e…
 
INFJs have a really hard time asking for help because we think we are smart enough to do it all ourselves. But no matter how smart we are, there will always come a time when help is necessary. So we need to learn this important skill early on. Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways: Read my blog at htt…
 
Any restaurant food server will tell you/ Table of four? Four different food intolerances and allergies. One is gluten free, the other is dairy free, another might be a vegetarian or allergic to nuts, or something else. Food intolerances are different from allergic reactions, they don’t involve the immune system. In this episode Kate talks with Dr …
 
Sandra interviews Grace Lager, a mother and communications professor with ENFJ preferences, on what it’s like to use the cognitive function of Extraverted Feeling, nicknamed Relational Feeling, in Myers-Briggs. Links and references: Grace on Linkedin @GracesCommLab on Instagram lagergrace@gmail.com Find Your Child’s Myers-Briggs Type Myers-Briggs B…
 
INFJs aren't really the you-only-live-once kind of crowd. We need to plan things out carefully and if we are spontaneous, it's when we have planned for it within our schedule. It's weird and restrictive, but it works for us. Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways: Read my blog at http://themillionaireh…
 
Your son trips and grazes his knee. Your daughter bumps her head on the table. There’s that moment of silence before the tears flow. Often, they sneak a glance at you for your reaction. Do you make a fuss? Or tell them to “walk it off”? Sarah Wallwork is a physiotherapist and clinical pain neuroscientist at the University of South Australia. She an…
 
Sandra and Em talk about how the cognitive function of Extraverted Feeling (nicknamed Relational Feeling) shows up in parents. This function is used by people who have ESFJ, ENFJ, ISFJ and INFJ preferences in the Myers-Briggs personality type model. Full show notes Links and references: Personality Hacker Episode 408 – Neuroscience – Genetics – and…
 
Our kids are going to grow up just like us – sick and tired of being sick and tired. Digestive wellness, chronic wellness, food intolerances – these can all begin when we are children. As parents we can help our kids get the best start. In this episode Kate talks with Caitlin Samson, a Clinical Nutritionist and Exercise Physiologist with over ten y…
 
In August 2017, Chris Yandle wrote a short little note to his grade 8 daughter and slipped it into her backpack. “Dear Addy, treat everyone like they are the most important person you’ll ever meet. Love Dad.” She liked the note, so he kept writing them. “Dear Addy, right is right, even if no one does it. Wrong is wrong even if everyone does it. Rig…
 
The MBTI can be a useful tool for understanding and even raising our children. Just like us they have preferred personality tendencies. Some children fall under the J for Judging. They prefer structure. Others fall under the P for Perceiving. They prefer feelings and emotion. Overall, most children are balanced but understanding their preferred or …
 
We're officially at the end of Season 2! It's been an incredible 8 weeks with you all exploring INFJs and romantic relationships. I'm so grateful to everyone asking questions and for all the messages, I love you all so much! I'll be taking a break before Season 3, but please feel free to reach out and connect with me on Instagram or email in the me…
 
Come join us for Q&A Thursday #7! I included timestamps below in case you want to jump back and revisit any of these topics: 0:00 | Introduction 1:22 | Why it's hard for INFJs to be the one to walk away from a relationship; valuing ourselves for loyalty and commitment to our relationships (Lauren) 12:33 | ESTJs and INFJs: Differences in decision-ma…
 
Dr Seuss once wrote “You are the youiest you.” It’s a great phrase reinforcing there is no one else completely like you. In our relationships we forget that sometimes. We expect our children and partners to be as excited as us about something or respond just as quickly (or slowly) as we had hoped. But they too are the “youiest,” versions of themsel…
 
Today's episode explores why break-ups can be so difficult for INFJs. Sometimes break-ups can be drawn out, but other times we'll "door slam" and completely disconnect from our emotions and our partner. Learning to stay strong in ourselves is so important, along with allowing ourselves to grieve what we've lost: Both the loss of the relationship, a…
 
Come join us for Q&A Thursday #6! I included timestamps below in case you want to jump back and revisit any of these topics: 0:00 | Introduction 0:40 | The reasons why people with anxious attachment often end up in relationships with avoidant partners; why avoidant partners pull away in relationships and struggle with intimacy (Monique) 13:33 | Why…
 
Today's episode explores why INFJs have difficulty with expectations in our relationships. Our Ni (introverted intuition) naturally looks to the future, and we often have an idealistic vision of how we believe our relationships should be. This can be a strength of INFJs, but it can also lead to us putting unhealthy pressure on ourselves and other p…
 
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