Intj dating profile
Intj dating profile - ethan zohn still dating jenna
So people hire me to talk about their career and they realize they do not have a career problem. So with the remaining 50 minutes I do career coaching about non-career problems. It takes a smart, curious, brave person to set up a coaching session with me. They say interesting things, like, “Mom, why are you so forgiving to everyone in your life? But it’s fun to cook dinner and talk about someone’s life.If you read this blog for even just a tiny bit of time you know there will be no beating around the bush. And I tell them, “Don’t worry, a lot of people cry. But for sure no one is signing up for a coaching session because they heard I’m great with empathy. I think you have Stockholm Syndrome.” But in spite of that, or maybe because of that, I need to talk to adults; I need to talk to someone who I don’t cook dinner for. I coach a lot of people at Google, and sometimes I keep in touch.
So they are shocked to hear that the rest of the world isn’t even in the competition.
You have to find your own, internal way to validate your choices in life. I just want you to read to the end of this post so that I feel like I had a conversation.
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Anyway, this woman I am corresponding with is obsessed with what other people are doing with their kids. I am always looking around at who is doing what so that I can do it that way, too.
But when you spend your whole life competing – in school for grades, then at work for titles and for money — and then you have a baby, it’s disorienting when you start looking for the competition.
And, as someone with Aspergers, I have a good understanding of the blind spot thing.
A blind spot means you don’t know you have a blind spot, so when someone tells you something is off, it’s mind-blowing. ) it’s mind-blowing to hear, for example, that people care if their socks match. The corollary for an INFJ is they are shocked to hear that half the world does not care about values.
when they have access to it and are free of their own fears. Those fears are greater now more than ever really since there’s an entire industry devoted to making sure men and women are wrought with insecurities so they buy products (sowing in and agitating tiny insecurities is the bread and butter of the marketing world).
A major fear is being lied to deceived which brings me to the main question of this article: Why do men lie? I’m talking about human nature – no one gender is more or less habitually a “liar”.
For the INFJ it’s not enough to live according to their values. The INFJ will say, “Everyone wants respect.” Then they will be shocked to hear that is not true.
We spend so much time trying to find out what the game is, and find the rules, and then win.
Anyway, I confess that I love the information she digs up, but I think it’s messed up that she’s obsessed with finding another way to compete.