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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.
 
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!
 
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 wh ...
 
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 ...
 
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E9 Podcast

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E9 Podcast

Seth Harshman, Steven Jones

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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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Family Personalities

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Family Personalities

Sandra Etherington & Em Levy

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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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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…
 
Come join us for Q&A Thursday #5! I included timestamps below in case you want to jump back and revisit any of these topics: 0:00 | Introduction 0:50 | Moving from anxious attachment into secure attachment: Recognizing triggers, labeling feelings, thoughts, and beliefs; communicating with our partner when anxiety flares up, and the importance of ou…
 
Some decisions INFJs can make in a jiffy. But others it takes us forever and ever. It's because we need to reach a certain critical mass in terms of information before we are ready to make particular decisions. Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways: Read my blog at http://themillionairehippie.com/ Che…
 
Attention is critical to children in the development of cognitive skills – it’s the development of their ability to process sensory information which leads to better memory, problem solving, and general thinking. It makes sense “Attention” needs to be regarded like vision or hearing. Attention training has been around for years, but a new method is…
 
Today we are discussing attachment styles. Attachment styles are the different ways that we relate to and connect with our partner in romantic relationships. There are 4 attachment styles: Secure (low anxiety, low avoidance): You are comfortable with emotional intimacy, and you feel connected with your partner. You don't feel overly anxious, nor do…
 
Come join us for Q&A Thursday #4! I included timestamps below in case you want to jump back and revisit any of these topics: 0:00 | Introduction 0:33 | Exploring Ti decision-making, love and appreciation languages for T types vs. F types, learning to speak your partner's language (Katrina) 6:45 | Ti types value independence and resist outside influ…
 
I recently got diagnosed as being on the spectrum, and now I realize there are many practices I built into my daily routine to help with my ADHD tendencies. To temper them so I can live in the world without rocking the boat too much. Which ones do you relate to? Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways: …
 
Today we are discussing attachment needs in relationships. There are many types of attachment needs, but a few important needs include: Emotional and physical safety, feeling validated and valued by your partner, feeling accepted, emotional connection and intimacy, vulnerability, empathy, mutual trust and respect, and relational repair. Some of the…
 
Come join us for Q&A Thursday #3! I included timestamps below in case you want to jump back and revisit any of these topics: 0:00 | Introduction 1:52 | Learning to trust again after being hurt in the past, opening up and being vulnerable while dating someone new (Teresa) 12:21 | Fe development in long-term relationships: Setting boundaries around n…
 
INFJs like to spend a lot of their time in their heads, which means that they end up ignoring all the real-world situations, like paying bills, saving money, and more. I give you some tips in this episode to help manage your money better. Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways: Read my blog at http://t…
 
Every habit you have, good or bad, follows the same three-stage pattern. First, something reminds you have an action you’ve taken before which triggers the habit. Second is the route of the action – you’ve done this before; you can anticipate the reward. And third is the reward itself which create future anticipation. With a bad habit that could un…
 
Today we are exploring our romantic partner: the second pillar of building healthy, connected relationships. INFJs can sometimes experience blurred boundaries and confusion between our own identity and the identity of our romantic partner. It is important that each person is separate and feels whole, so that healthy connection can develop without t…
 
Come join us for Q&A Thursday #2! I included timestamps below in case you want to jump back and revisit any of these topics: 0:00 | Introduction 2:46 | Taking care of our partners emotionally, exploring signs of codependence vs. interdependence (Tina, Samantha) 12:02 | How to handle feelings of intense attraction while dating or in early relationsh…
 
INFJs tend to go all-in when they are in a relationship, but that can result in an obsessiveness that isn't healthy. Watch the video for some tips on how you can balance yourself out when in a relationship, so you can stay healthy and happy. Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me further - below are some ways: Read my blog at http:…
 
Today we are diving into self-discovery: the first pillar of building healthy, connected relationships. As INFJs we often are so focused on emotionally caring for our partner that we forget about our own needs! We also sometimes minimize or downplay our needs because we fear being rejected, feeling like a burden, or being perceived as needy. INFJs …
 
Today is our first Q&A Thursday! I included timestamps below in case you want to jump back and revisit any of these topics: 0:00 | Introduction 2:16 | MBTI type compatibility: INFJ & ISTP; Jillie's thoughts about type compatibility (Sarah) 10:19 | Dating anxiety, overanalyzing in early relationships (Ashlyn) 16:35 | Letting go of the need to "fix" …
 
Persuasion is important in our relationships, particularly with family. If we have no say, we're forced to go along with what others want all the time. And finding a happy blend is always possible if we listen and share. In this episode Kate talks with Peter Daniels, a natural-born salesman. Peter shares a positive approach to sales that builds rel…
 
I recently got diagnosed as being on the spectrum. I always knew that I was neurodivergent in some manner, but doing some research on how people with ADHD and autism behave, really opened up my eyes to how I have done so many things unknowingly to adapt myself to this neurotypical world. Thank you for listening! If you want to connect with me furth…
 
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