Learn how INFPs view the world and what makes them tick! Read on your PC, Mac, smartphone, tablet or Kindle device!
In INFP: Understanding & Relating with the Healer
, you'll learn about the INFP Myers Brigg Personality Type. This book covers a variety of topics regarding INFPs (Introverted Intuitive Feeling Perceptive) and why they make such great leaders of society. INFPs are important team members because they often serve to encourage others in the group with their positivity. In this book, we’ll begin by exploring why the MBTI test is important, before then digging into why INFPs make great leaders. From there, we’ll venture into the greatest strengths and weaknesses of individuals who identify as INFPs. Finally, we’ll explore what makes INFPs happy, and what they value in their personal relationships. We’ll close by learning about ten famous INFPs and what you can learn from them. If you are an INFP, read this book to begin your quest in learning why you act the way you do and how you can come to appreciate who you are as an individual. Grab your copy today. Here is a preview of what is inside this book:
- An Introduction to MBTI
- The Four Dimensions of the MBTI
- Why is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Significant?
- Uncovering the “Healer”: Who is an INFP?
- Why are INFPs Indispensable Leaders?
- The 7 Greatest Strengths of an INFP
- The 5 Greatest Areas of Improvement for an INFP
- What Makes an INFP Happy?
- What are Some Common Careers of an INFP?
- Common Workplace Behaviors of an INFP
- INFP: Parenting Style and Values
- Why do INFPs Make Good Friends?
- INFP Romance
- 7 Actionable Steps for Overcoming Your Weaknesses as an INFP
- The 10 Most Influential INFPs We Can Learn From
An excerpt from the book: INFPs, in general, are reluctant leaders. This is mainly because INFPs are carefree and laid-back people who are uncomfortable with hard guidelines and strict schedules. As an INFP, you would much rather play the supportive role and cooperative follower than an authoritative leader. You have no desire to exercise control over the people around you. This does not mean you do not have what it takes to become an effective leader. You just prefer not to be in the spotlight. That said, when you are faced with a cause you personally believe in, you have no problem taking charge. As an INFP, your leadership style can be described as passionate and encouraging. You make sure that all the members of your team are given equal opportunities to shine. You strive toward a harmonious working environment, and for that reason, you are quick to address any concerns your team members might have. Because of your intuition and sensitivity, you can sense whenever there are unspoken issues that need to be taken care of.
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