I get excited thinking about concepts the same way I get excited when I receive pens as holiday gifts. It doesn't show much on my face but yes, apart from roller coaster rides and books, there are things that get me excited. I may not understand the concept of YOLO the same way as the … Continue reading Not Wired that Way
If you have encountered a person exhibiting the aforementioned description, let me know. I must say however that those who understand Cognitive Approach to INTJ are more welcome. I find INTJ 8w7 interesting to a scary degree. I have always daydreamed having a conversation with this person and trying to keep up. It's such … Continue reading Looking for an INTJ 8w7
This article has been published in Medium. Or I better say, I decided to have it published in Medium. Since my vision for this site is to highlight Literacy and Literature, an article about one's pursuit of her MBTI type is hardly connected unless I give a lengthy lecture about Carl Jung and Cognitive Processes. … Continue reading I don’t wear INTJ on my sleeve. Neither should you.
The Secret Lives of INTJs by Anna Moss My rating: 2 of 5 stars I admit the secrecy of it all initially captured my attention. I'm still astounded by the fact that the secrets included within are not secrets at all. The organization also needs to be improved and some parts of the work need … Continue reading REVIEW: The Secret Lives of INTJS by Anna Moss
Putting a label on one's personality is quite hard. With each passing day, we grow and develop our characters influenced by our society, the things we read, we see, and we feel and these factors help us perceive things in different angles and respond to them accordingly. Knowing this, you might think I don't like … Continue reading I am Not That Jazz (or how I see myself as an INTJ)