Reflecting On Our Personality Type Interview Series | Podcast 0433
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In this podcast Joel and Antonia look back over the past 16 podcast episodes to talk about a few lessons learned from interviewing each personality type.
In this podcast you’ll find:
- Antonia shares one her favorite parts from doing the personality type interviews.
- What is a common path people take when learning about personality types?
- How has the view on cognitive functions changed over time?
- Interested in books about cognitive functions? Check out some of the first books written about them:
- Gifts Differing: Understanding Personality Type by Isabel Briggs Myers with Peter B. Myers,
- Psychological Types by C.G. Jung
- Personality Type: An Owner’s Manual by Lenore Thomson
- And any books written by Naomi L. Quenk.
- Why is it so difficult to really grasp the depth of personality types?
- Who qualified to be part of the interviews and why were they so carefully selected?
- Why typology doesn’t put people into boxes.
- Joel shares how different medium can change the way someone presents themselves.
- Can one single personality type show up as any array of personality traits?
- What is the one thing about every cognitive function that doesn’t change when it’s in the front seat of the Car Model?
- What metaphorical connection does Joel make between the 8 cognitive functions and radio signals?
- Is there a stewardship attached to our personality type?
- The role of the 10 Year Old and 3 Year Old cognitive functions.
- How did type stewardship show up in the interviews?
- What fun observations about type did Joel and Antonia make during the interviews?
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