Despite their agreeable demeanor, INFPs represent one of the most passionate and complex personality types within the Myers-Briggs Inventory. Employing a wholly unique stack of cognitive functions, this type sees the world around them not just as it is but also as it could be—making them a deeply imaginative and highly idealistic personality.
In this detailed, type-based survival guide, seasoned MBTI author Heidi Priebe explains the strengths and struggles INFPs face as they navigate the world around them as one of the most creative and emotionally intense personality types.
About the Author
Heidi Priebe graduated from the University of Guelph, Ontario with a degree in Psychology and the firm ambition to prove her skeptical professors wrong about the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator. She has since penned two books and countless blog posts about the inventory. It's all very ENFP of her.
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