I know we’ve talked a bit about cognitive functions, especially in regards to the INTJ. But I want to share an old post I wrote for my now defunct blog The INTJ Way because I had fun examining my personal relationship to each of the cognitive functions. Keep in mind that this applies to me […]
We all have flaws. Spend time in any non-INTJ MBTI group and you will hear all about how INTJs act in relationships. How they’re insensitive trouble-shooters, they lack compassion, they’re not emotional. All of those things vary according to the individual, of course, but it made me think about how I and N and T […]
Transcript: First panel: I: But didn’t we already see some people last week? Second panel: N: Don’t think of metaphysics as something esoteric, think about it as something we live every day. Are we real? Why do we assume we’re real? What is real? Let me tell you about this theoretical framework I’m into! Third […]
What does it look like when our cognitive functions go awry? I’ll use myself as an example. I’m a fairly mentally-organized person. I make a plan from the collected ideas in my head and funnel them into a strategy to execute in the real world. I’m good at keeping my mind orderly and organizing resources […]
Have an INTJ in your life who you can’t figure out? It’s okay. You’re not alone. Most likely they have needs and desires that confuse the heck out of you, so read on to discover what your INTJ needs most: Autonomy. Leave them alone and let them do things the way they like when possible. […]
Just a bit of fun. Hope you had a good holiday weekend!