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Myers-Briggs, Enneagram and other personality systems.
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The Soul Child of type Six - Point Nine

The Soul Child of type Six - Point Nine | Personality Type | Scoop.it
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Within every Six is lazy little one - very Nine-ish - who just wants to stay under the covers, doesn't want to go out and face the world, wants only to be comfortable and entertained.
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The 27 Tritype/Archetype Descriptions

The 27 Tritype/Archetype Descriptions | Personality Type | Scoop.it
Okay, people, it's the day you've all been waiting for. Or it would have been the day you've been waiting for if you had known to wait for it. This is
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INFP Personality Type Profile - Personality Junkie

INFP Personality Type Profile - Personality Junkie | Personality Type | Scoop.it
INFPs are creative, quirky, humane, and idealistic. They generally see themselves as special individuals, equipped with a unique blend of talents and abilities.
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Four success qualities of INFPs | infp Blog Four success qualities of INFPs | Thoughts on the INFP Personality Type from an INFP

Four success qualities of INFPs | infp Blog Four success qualities of INFPs | Thoughts on the INFP Personality Type from an INFP | Personality Type | Scoop.it
Success is the achievement of a desired outcome. Whether it's to become a best selling author or getting the world to leave you alone, success requires actions to achieve those goals. So why do some INFPs get better outcomes then others?
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A Guide to Understanding Introverts.

A Guide to Understanding Introverts. | Personality Type | Scoop.it
A Guide to Understanding Introverts. (A Guide to Understanding Introverts. http://t.co/sf48TDnCkp)

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Sharilee Swaity's curator insight, July 11, 2013 7:47 PM

Wow! Introverts give out their energy, and that is why they get drained from too much of it. Good thought! 

Joy Casluhim's curator insight, February 12, 2014 3:58 PM

LOL! So true!

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THE Resource Thread for Instinctual Variants and Stackings

THE Resource Thread for Instinctual Variants and Stackings | Personality Type | Scoop.it
There have been quite a few discussions relating to Instinctual variants, and a whole lot of misunderstandings surrounding what each variant signifies.
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INFP Description | infp Blog INFP Description | Thoughts on the INFP Personality Type from an INFP

INFP Description | infp Blog INFP Description | Thoughts on the INFP Personality Type from an INFP | Personality Type | Scoop.it
An INFP lives in a constant state of Becoming. We exist in flux between who we are at this moment and our vision of our Ideal Self. INFPs don't measure our lives by the static sum of present circumstances but in the possibility of what we can become.
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[INFP] Recognizing the Inferior Function in IFPs

[INFP] Recognizing the Inferior Function in IFPs | Personality Type | Scoop.it
Below is an excerpt from Naomi Quenk's book "Was That Really Me?" which deals with how we act when we are in the grip of our inferior

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Sharilee Swaity's curator insight, June 14, 2013 7:45 AM

Very detailed information about how an INFP and ISFP function at work, and how their inferior function works. 

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Successful Introverts - Being Soft-Spoken Isn't a Bad Thing - Oprah.com

Successful Introverts - Being Soft-Spoken Isn't a Bad Thing - Oprah.com | Personality Type | Scoop.it
Susan Cain investigates the power of introverts. Here, she explains why everyone—even the most social butterflies—can benefit from tapping into their quiet side.

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