The Upside to Being a Person Who Gets Bored With Everything
07 June 2016 / By Molly Owens
Do you have so many interests that you literally do not know what to do with your life? Or perhaps you have a woefully low boredom threshold and are sure that, whatever you are obsessed with now, you'll eventually lose interest and let it go—so that you can start something new and totally unrelated instead?
If so, you're not alone.
4 Questions INTPs Must Ask Themselves Before They Can Find Their Ideal Career
17 May 2016 / By Molly Owens
For the INTP, choosing a career is not as simple as looking for the highest salary or the strongest job market. Because you are an independent, creative thinker you need work that will allow you to theorize, innovate, and problem-solve (preferably on your own). Stuck in a job that's too process-driven, detailed, or menial, you can quickly become listless and unmotivated, and perform poorly.
So how do INTPs navigate the rough and rocky road of job hunting? Start by asking these four questions to help you figure out where your ideal job prospects lie.
The Top Ten Mistakes that Introverts Unwittingly Make
05 April 2016 / By Rachel Suppok
Inspired by a similar post about Extraverts, I'm here to talk about the mistakes that Introverts—myself very much included—may be making without realizing it. Some of them are more obvious than others, but these are some that I've only recently caught myself doing.
7 Survival Strategies for the Introverted Teacher
22 March 2016 / By Jessica Honard
While all educators are susceptible to burnout, the introverted teacher is fighting a unique battle. They are willingly immersing themselves in an environment designed to exhaust themselves.
As an introverted teacher, I quickly realized I was in over my head. It wasn’t the teaching itself that really got to me; it was the constant external stimulation that accompanies the world of education. Between busy hallways, loud noises, and bright lights I would, inevitably, be left utterly exhausted by mid-week.
How Not to be Awkward as an Introvert and/or Thinker
21 January 2016 / By Rachel Suppok
Needy Friend or Friend Indeed? Tips to Help NTs Cope with Emotionally Needy Relationships
01 December 2015 / By Molly Owens
As members of the personality type grouping known as "rationals," NTs are practical and unsentimental folks. Great at solving life's little problems, they are not so great at dealing with people who get sunk into their emotions. NT's are pretty hot on reciprocity, too, and don't appreciate friends who demand more than their fair share of attention. Unsurprisingly, NTs are the type least likely to cope with an excessively needy friend - those who take a mile while giving barely an inch in return.
The INTP's Guide To Making the Most of College
15 October 2015 / By Scott Stafford
As an INTP, it can be a struggle to get through college. Deciding on a major when you want to learn a bit about everything can be stressful. Combine that with going to classes that are sometimes stale and uninspiring, and you are likely to see some apathy set in.
Now, I can't tell you there's a quick fix solution to the problem, but I do have some tips for what helped me get through it.
The INTP's Guide to Dealing With Emotions
06 August 2015 / By Scott Stafford
As an INTP your world is nearly entirely based on your finely tuned, logically constructed framework of the world.
You understand how most things work, and you are confident in your abilities. Through trial and error, you have built a real understanding of most things in life.
Unfortunately, at some point in your life you realize, "Hey, I got feelings, and logic isn't helping anymore."
INTPs spend much of their time focused internally...
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Five Excellent Careers for Antisocial People
30 June 2015 / By Molly Owens
We are constantly told how important social skills are to career success. But what if you don’t have many people skills — and don’t want to acquire any, either? Here’s a look at five stimulating, well-paying jobs where the quality of your work matters more than your ability to schmooze.
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