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Best Personalitytype podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Personalitytype podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Creative Introvert Podcast is the podcast for creatives, makers, artists and entrepreneurs who prefer to work solo. Cat Rose digs deep into the struggles creative introverts face and provides you with actionable tips every week. Topics tackled include: battling fear, increasing confidence, self-promotion without feeling sleazy, and overcoming procrastination.
 
You've only got one life, so why not design it around your own personality, dreams, and desires? I’m Dan Johnston and I do my best to help you create your own version of an awesome life…whatever that means for you. Personally, I value freedom and experiences over money and things and even if the seas are a bit rougher, I’d rather be the Captain of my own ship. I, and the occasional guest, cover a range of topics from psychology and MBTI personality types (you know, that whole ENFP, INFP, INF ...
 
Get the answers you need to excel as a man of God. Each week, author and host, Jeff Jerina chats with well-known Christian leaders to help you ignite your faith and succeed in life. You’ll be encouraged and equipped to go the next level in your faith, family, health, marriage, finances, career, as a dad, leadership, and more. Join the community of Christian men who are striving to seek the Lord, strengthen their walk, and claim HIs victory. Visit MenUnplugged.net for more resources and coaching.
 
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Are you a "people pleaser"? This is something that I hear creative introverts say a LOT about themselves, and I thought it was time to tackle this in today's episode. I cover why people pleasing isn't necessarily a bad thing, as well as what happens when it gets out of control - and what to try in order to remedy that. POWERED BY PATREON This podca…
 
This is a recording of the most recent monthly astrology forecast meetup I ran, for the month of August 2020. If you’re interested in attending the next astro meetup live and the next Creative Moon Circle, you can! Just visit https://www.patreon.com/creativeintro to support the show and get access to these events. References & Further Reading: The …
 
On today’s episode Jeff Jerina will be talking with pastor Josh Weidmann, who’s the author of the book, The End of Anxiety: The Biblical Prescription for Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Panic. What we’re going to be talking about today is God’s ultimate purpose for our pain. Along with practical steps that you can take to deal with anxiety and worry ri…
 
Is someone with the ENFP Personality more likely to have a high IQ? Are ENFPs smarter than most? ENFP intelligence is one of the topics I haven't addressed before. Personality type and intelligence are not directly related, but there are some indicators of ENFP high IQ I'd like to discuss. What is the ENFP average IQ anyway? We ENFP people are usua…
 
Can an ENFP have a successful career in Law enforcement, becoming a police officer? Justice is very important to the ENFP personality and the job of a police officer may seem like a good way to uphold this crucial value. But there are some points you MUST consider before you make a final decision pursuing a career as an ENFP in Law enforcement. Tod…
 
You might have heard of the concept of a Muse before. Even if you haven’t considered it in the way I’ll speak of it today, you’ll have said it: amusement, bemused, museum, music I argue it’s more than just mere entertainment - we’re speaking about something that captivates us - like a great work of art in a museum or the first time you heard your f…
 
You were an ENFP and now you've tested as an INFP?! What's really happening: Are you an ENFP or INFP? Can your MBTI personality type change? Are you an ENFP or INFP? This is one of the most frequent questions I get from fans. Has my MBTI type changed? Sometimes I hear from an ENFP now testing as an INFP, but also often the INTJ or ENFP question com…
 
Joel Manby joins Jeff Jerina on the Men Unplugged show. We’re going to be talking about is how to lead with love. Not just this pie in the sky idea of what it looks like, but real life practical examples and actionable steps that you can implement in your life today. You’ll learn why it’s so hard to lead with love. How to overcome your old way of t…
 
When the sailing is not so smooth, we tend to get trapped in an unhealthy mindset, such as: I would be happy if I only... I've been through some pretty tough times throughout my life and, as an ENFP who doesn't really look back - when I actually do look back, I'm utterly amazed at how my life got SO much better! This brings up some questions: Does …
 
What does clubbing in New York and being mocked and laughed at in Italy have to do with success? Well, in my own life - A LOT. As an ENFP, I like to do what's fun. The ENFP Personality loves adventure, exploration, and gets excited by new possibilities. It's just fun! But if you think you're just going to get to do what's FUN and be successful, you…
 
Today's podcast guest, Azhelle Wade, has worked in the toy industry for over 10 years with companies like Toys R Us, Horizon Group USA, and now Creative Kids, as the VP of Brand and Product. Azhelle launched The Toy Coach when she noticed that too many inventors attend toy shows or pitch meetings with “half baked” ideas that they’d spent too much m…
 
Ann sent in a great question about a topic I'm sure a lot of us with the ENFP personality struggle with... The nightmare of boring, repetitive, admin paperwork! Remembering to follow up on things, handling our inbox, organizing our calendar, filling in the forms...do we really have to do these?! Let's just say these are not among our ENFP personali…
 
Times be crazy, but there is an important lesson we can all learn now, especially us ENFPs. The ENFP personality loves variety and explorer mode, thinking about different options and not settling for any particular one. Yet, this can come across as indecisiveness and can cost us a LOT. At times we just have to know when to rip off that band-aid, co…
 
This episode of The Creative Introvert has come about from my personal, recent experience with "re-branding" (I also cover why I'm so averse to that word) and the tips I have for you, if you're feeling like you have outgrown your current "brand" and want to give it a refresh. I've also made a handy dandy little pdf guide to guide you through the st…
 
Jeff talks with former high school gunman, TJ Stevens. We’ll be discussing TJ’s powerful story of redemption of how he went from a troubled teenager who was severely depressed, filled with rage and anger, that held 10 students hostage for 21 hours with the intent of ending their life and his to an amazing transformation of love and grace through th…
 
This is a bit of a different episode of the Creative Introvert… I’m going to share the recording of my recent monthly astrology forecast meetups with you. Already I can here many of you skipping this podcast, I know not everyone will be into this – I’m sharing it for those who are and for those who are maybe a bit astro-curious… I know before I got…
 
In this Part 2 of my interview with Elizabeth, an ENFP teacher, we focus on the ENFP personality development. Elizabeth shares some awesome advice on natural areas of growth for all ENFPs, including: ENFP MBTI functions and how to grow while not pissing other people off Why travel and reading are so important for ENFPs ENFP authenticity and Fi Why …
 
Elizabeth, an ENFP teacher, reached out to me after my recent interview with Alex, an ENFP scientist. Apparently, there are not too many ENFPs in a teaching career, so the two of us sat down to discuss why that might be. If you're an ENFP and you're thinking of getting into a teaching career, you don't want to miss this one. We discuss particular c…
 
We need to discern what works from what doesn’t, what we’re going for and whether or not what we’ve done hits the mark. It’s built into our genetic code or something. We are discriminating creatures, all living beings are - and when we fail, it can mean the difference between life and death. Naturally it’s a big deal to us. But "bad" judgement is *…
 
If you are an ENFP, there's a chance you've been feeling distant and disconnected during the last few months. Nothing strange about that - ENFPs just love interacting with other people, especially at work. Based on personal experience, I can say there is a big difference between people who work for themselves and those employed in bigger companies,…
 
Today I'm talking with Scott Stroud about how we can use our imagination to unlock our creativity, find meaning and basically feel like we can take on the world. Scott works with various types of individuals and teams from artists to software developers, managers to medical professionals, and every day normal people navigate their own language and …
 
Have you ever checked one email in the morning...and ended up doing nothing important all day? What about spending a little "innocent" time on social media, getting maybe a bit annoyed with the news, and then wasting your day? Us ENFPs and INFPs always think about possibilities and this is one thing that will have a lot of impact on your productivi…
 
“Loneliness is as much a reality of life as night and rain and thunder, and it can be lived creatively, as any other experience. So I say, let there be loneliness, for where there is loneliness there is also love, and where there is suffering, there also is joy.” ~ Clark Moustakas In today's episode I'm going to be taking a deeper dive into the sub…
 
Sometimes it feels like your brain goes to mush. Other times it feels like you've become a hyperactive news addicted hamster...How to keep going in times of absolute chaos? A subscriber sent me a question on how to have faith and keep moving forward as someone who isn't religious. How do you deal with anxiety, overwhelm, and fear and what do you pu…
 
Why am I talking about dragons? Well... these fearsome creatures have become quite a dominant part of my inner landscape over the past year or so, and I think it's high time they get some recognition through my creative work. I also feel there's a lot we can learn from our dragon friends, from coping with anxiety to finding your buried creative tre…
 
A lot of my friends, as well as members of The Free Freelancer program, have all been asking me the same question lately - when will we be able to travel again? The good news is that a lot of countries you would usually want to travel to depend a lot on tourism, so they will eventually have to open their borders in order to survive. Surely, many th…
 
If you're looking for a succinct, straight to the point, episode on procrastination, leave now, because this is not it. :) I'm sharing my #1 trick dealing with procrastination lately. If you're having trouble getting into something you should do, how do you know when you should keep pushing or when you should just give up and change your direction …
 
Last year while in Belgrade I had the privilege of meeting Andjelka and recording an inspiring interview about dealing with fear and building your own business. She's definitely a rockstar when it comes to digital marketing and entrepreneurship. Here are some of the links mentioned in the episode: https://symbiotica.xyz/ (she's a partner in this co…
 
I’ve been thinking a LOT about calling. What we’re destined for. This idea of a path that we’re meant to walk and if we just figure out what that is, we’ll be happy. My problem is, that I - and maybe you too - had been convinced that our calling is something like: shaping the universe around us to meet our desires. Oh, and that when it’s shaped jus…
 
Here we are in the, more or less, third month of this odd and unexpected corona/quarantine situation, and let's admit it - it is not easy, especially when it comes to our mental health. Being an ENFP, at first I thought I would collapse from not being able to move and be active. Instead, I adapted rather quickly and started to enjoy many aspects of…
 
On this episode 107 of Men Unplugged, author and guest Phillip Yancey chats with Men Unplugged host, Jeff Jerina about the image of God. What does that mean? How does knowing this help you personally? How does knowing the you are made in the image of God help you cope with the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis that we face today? How does knowing that …
 
Here we are again with the good old multi-level marketing story and my thoughts on it, thanks to my fellow Canadian Mike and his response to one of my previous episodes on the topic. Mike may be right saying that I'm being too harsh in my hate of the entire multi-level marketing system, but that is because I look at all the things associated with i…
 
Today I’m tackling a topic I’ve been musing over for some time now. Maybe even years at this point. I’ve also had people - clients, listeners of the podcast, people in the League - all asking about this, and quite frankly I find myself asking questions about it regularly too. The mysterious topic is: intuition. Now, like with all of these episodes,…
 
From bursts of anxiety that can drain your brain's energy and common mood swings, to poor health and unsuccessful career, negative by-products of ADHD can be numerous. The worst thing about it is that you are usually not aware of their true nature and you start doubting in yourself and your capabilities, instead of treating these by-products as a p…
 
If you choose to avoid the medications, there are numerous other ways to treat adult ADHD and things you can do that may have a positive impact on your life. Luckily, they are pretty easy and probably the things you actually WANT TO do anyway. After all, who doesn't like hugs, handshakes, going out and running on the beach? Don’t miss future episod…
 
Getting diagnosed with a condition that has something to do with psychology is not that easy - we are all sometimes a bit bipolar or a bit ADHD. Also, different countries have a completely different approach to adult ADHD - from the US where it is massively overdiagnosed, to some more laid-back cultures that don't pay much attention to it. Here I s…
 
You can't get focused, but when you finally do, you could keep going for hours? You find it hard to sit still and you often have insane amounts of energy? You think you have ADHD? In this episode I'm discussing the three different types of ADHD, their characteristics, and how to make the best of them in your life. Don’t miss future episodes of this…
 
Alex sent me an awesome voice message asking about how to keep yourself going in these uncertain times. What should people put their trust in when...religion...governments...technology...don't work for us? I'm sharing my perspective on how to deal with anxiety in our ever-changing world and keep yourself (relatively) sane. :) Don’t miss future epis…
 
How do you deal with haters when you're starting a business that's a bit more on what people would call the "woo-woo" side? This can be intuitive healing, reiki, energy work or any type of business that many people find hard to wrap their heads around. How can you believe in yourself, but also establish a successful business when faced with haters?…
 
Studies have shown that people would rather definitely get an electric shock now than maybe be shocked later, and show greater nervous-system activation when waiting for an unpredictable shock (or other unpleasant stimulus) than an expected one. I think we can all agree that uncertainty is something we all want to avoid, and we can go to extreme le…
 
As a little homework from the previous episode, I'm re-releasing this very important episode on human needs psychology. Learn the psychology behind your own motivations so you can break bad habits, stop procrastinating, and end self-sabotage once and for all! If you happen to be an ENFP or INFP, you may find this episode particularly insightful as …
 
The global pandemic lockdown affected most people's plans for this year, so our adventures and what kept us going has been, to say the least, compromised. This time, however, can be a game-changer for your life if you frame it the right way! I'm sharing 3 best tips on how to not just maintain your sanity, but thrive during the coronavirus lockdown.…
 
This episode of the Creative Introvert is all about evolution. As in, the evolution of YOU, your work, your life, your... you. I'm going to share with you some of the changes that have been occurring in my primary creative project (THIS!) as well as what you can expect from upcoming Creative Introvert shows. I'm also going to share with you a proce…
 
Austin, who's an INFJ, sent me a question about how to decide on your career path if you are considering two or many careers. Should you listen to your parents' career advice and prioritize a "safe" future? Or should you risk it and go with what you love, even though it doesn't really guarantee any kind of security? How do INFJs handle a micromanag…
 
Have you ever wondered if an ENFP can be successful as a PhD scientist? We've addressed the topic of best ENFP careers many times on this podcast, but not this one. If you're the ENFP MBTI personality and you're thinking about pursuing the academic career, you'll be great at connecting the dots, but there are some important skills you'd have to dev…
 
On today's show I have Julia Bainbridge of the Lonely Hour podcast to talk to us about the loneliness epidemic, what it means to experience loneliness (even if you're an introvert), the challenges of isolation we face in the age we live in, and some thoughts for living with loneliness. POWERED BY PATREON This podcast is made possible only by means …
 
I'm sharing an interview I did with a friend of mine, Dan Taylor, on his podcast - The Events Podcast. We talk a bit about my story, coaching, and the future of live events and businesses given the coronavirus situation. If you're doing live events or being face-to-face with your clients is important in whatever you're doing, we're discussing possi…
 
Coronavirus conspiracy is not really a topic I was planning to address, but I've received a question from a client of mine and, as I was about to respond to her, I thought: Why not address it here on the podcast? I'm sharing a bit about the mysterious origins of coronavirus, the truth about China and other governments' capacity to deal with such a …
 
Mark Stuart, lead singer for the Christian rock band Audio Adrenaline joins Men Unplugged host, Jeff Jerina, to share life lessons from his past, trials the Lord has delivered him from, and ultimately how when you feel abandoned by God, He's still there, taken you into deep waters, to do something new and better, something that will move you into a…
 
We have ALL felt trapped or stuck at some point in our lives...Fortunately, you can use the psychological tools shared in this podcast special to help you break free and get on with your life. This advice applies both to the big picture of life and making big changes, but also when you're feeling stuck and overwhelmed with your current project. If …
 
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