About the Author

Nathan Falde has been working as a freelance writer for the past six years. His ghostwritten work and bylined articles have appeared in numerous online outlets, and in 2014-2015 he acted as co-creator for a series of eBooks on the personality types. An INFJ and a native of Wisconsin, Nathan currently lives in Bogota, Colombia with his wife Martha and their son Nicholas.

How to Be More Social as an Introvert

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on July 05, 2022

If you’re like the vast majority of Introverts, you’re comfortable in your own skin and couldn’t imagine being any other way. You’re happy with the way you are and view your introversion as a positive characteristic. Nevertheless, you would probably like to know how to be more social as an Introvert, because there isn’t an Introvert alive who doesn’t have at least some regrets about opportunities for socializing they’ve let slip by.

9 Tips for Overcoming Imposter Syndrome at Work

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on June 29, 2022

A person’s lack of confidence in their work performance and in their worthiness overall, are at the root of an insidious condition known as imposter syndrome. The American Psychological Association reports that more than 80 percent of employees or entrepreneurs will experience imposter syndrome at some point during their working lives, so this is not a small concern.

What is Extraverted Sensing?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on June 10, 2022

Extraverted Sensing (Se) occurs when someone is really focused on the outside world and all the information they’re getting from their senses. People who use Extraverted Sensing live in the now, and find joy and purpose through their interactions with other people, culture, and nature. Unlike types who ‘live in their heads,’ Extraverted Sensors are energized by the sights, sounds, smells, feelings, and emotions they get from interacting with the world.  

Sound like you? Read on to learn more about this fascinating function! 

6 Things You Can Learn from a Couple’s Psychometrics Test

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on June 01, 2022

A couple’s psychometric test can help romantic partners open a new and honest conversation about how they think, what they believe, and why they behave the way they do. Personality styles and personal preferences will be revealed during a couple’s psychometric test, in a unique context where self-discovery and self-disclosure can occur simultaneously.

What Are the Best Careers for the Enneagram Type 5?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on May 18, 2022

A comprehensive list of suitable Enneagram Type 5 careers would be quite long, which is a testament to their high levels of motivation and impressive intellectual and creative capacities.

The Enneagram 5 is known as the Investigator. This label is appropriate, because it captures the true nature of this thoughtful and curious type.

Category: Type Five

6 Fictional Characters You’ll Relate to if You’re an ISFP

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on May 04, 2022

The ISFP characters you know from movies, TV shows, and books will possess the typical array of ISFP traits. They are frequently called on to put these characteristics to good use, to find clever and dynamic ways to solve problems and resolve conflicts. They may be summoned to save the universe every now and then as well, responding to the stupendous and spine-tingling dangers posed by supervillains or supernatural forces.

How Understanding Sensing vs. Intuition Can Help Build Healthy Relationships with Co-Workers

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 27, 2022

The Sensing vs. Intuition dichotomy charts the information processing capacities of all human beings. Within the Myers and Briggs typing system, your possession of one or the other of these functions will determine how you absorb information, and what you do with it once you’ve taken it in.


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