How INTPs Can Step Out of Their Heads and Take Action at Work

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on July 23, 2021

If only ideas and logic were enough to create the perfect career! Unfortunately for INTP personality types, that’s not easily the case. INTPs must spend a lot of time being very jaded about this fact — because they have the highest career dissatisfaction of all the 16 personality types!

How INFJs Can Set and Maintain Healthy Boundaries at Work

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on July 02, 2021

The pathway to a fulfilling career is doing work that matters to us and using our strengths and natural talents. However, the workplace isn’t always fair, and without healthy boundaries, INFJ personality types may find themselves taking on work that isn’t theirs or becoming everyone’s counselors. As an INFJ, this drains your emotional energy tank — and burns you out in the process. 

Top 10 Things that Terrify ENTJs

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on June 15, 2021

The ENTJ personality type is bold, confident and charismatic. As a result, the things that scare most people don’t bother ENTJs. Presentations, important meetings, confrontation—these are all scenarios where ENTJs excel.

So what does terrify ENTJs? 

The Holland Code Test is a Key Tool for New Job Seekers & We’re Making It Free

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on February 28, 2021

The Holland Code Test is a helpful tool for new college grads and all early-career job seekers who are looking to find their right career path and land their first job. Given the pandemic and the associated uncertainty in the job market, Truity is making this career diagnostic tool and the 10-page instructive report detailing your job preferences and potential career types free for new graduates and all job seekers through December 31, 2021. 

Why INFJ Personalities Make Great Counselors, Whether It’s a Job or Not

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on August 27, 2020

INFJ personalities are gentle, sensitive, intuitive individuals who are excellent listeners and very creative. Their high level of empathy and compassion gives them the emotional intelligence to understand and sympathize with other people’s feelings, often better than they can themselves.

This personality type is known as “The Counselor” for a reason.

7 Reasons Why INFPs Make the Best Entrepreneurs

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on January 28, 2020

Whatever your personality type, you’re probably surprised to see Introverts—especially Introverted Perceivers—suggested as not just entrepreneurs, but the best entrepreneurs. And if you are an INFP, you may be shocked to see yourself in this position, unless you’ve already discovered you have what it takes to fly solo and have gone out on your own.

8 Surprisingly Creative Options for ISTJ Careers

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on December 09, 2019

If you’ve been caught singing in the shower lately, cheering on The Great British Bake Off, or out with a girlfriend at one of those “sip n dip” enterprises where you paint a scene on an actual canvas with actual paint while drinking wine, then you, my fellow ISTJ, could be in actual denial. Or tears. Either way, you have discovered that somewhere inside your tidy, alphabetized life, you have room for a little creative flair.

Hiring? How To Attract ENTJ Candidates For Leadership Roles

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on December 02, 2019

ENTJs are typically goal-driven and ambitious, making them ideal candidates for a range of leadership roles. They are strategic leaders whose assertive and outgoing nature allows them to excel at motivating a team. Truity’s Personality Type and Career Achievement Study indicates that ENTJs are more likely to be found in leadership positions than other personality types, with the highest average number of employees reporting to them.

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