Finding Your Personality Tribe | Podcast 0448

Download Episode Here right click link and select “Save Link As…”

In this podcast Joel and Antonia talk about finding the people that can support you on your journey of life and personal discovery.

————————————————

In this podcast you’ll find:

  • Joel shares a thought exercise.
    • How is the thought exercise a paradox?
    • What brings meaning to our life?
  • How are our tribes created?
    • How has this changed over time and how has it remained the same?
    • How intentional are we when we create tribes?
  • What happens when we choose the default tribe?
    • The most selfish thing you can do.
  • How can curating your own tribe benefit others?
  • How your tribe affects you:
    • What are some of the ways we self-sabotage?
  • The relationship between family and tribe:
    • How can our family influence us?
  • What should you avoid when associating with a tribe?
  • Considerations to you keep in mind when joining a tribe:
    • Which tribes can you get the most value out of?
  • What dangerous conflation do many people make and how does it impact us?
  • What’s a high indicator of relationship satisfaction, happiness and longevity? 
    • How does it translate into tribe members?
  • How can you curate your own tribe?
    • How does virtual access affect the way we build tribes?
    • What stops us from creating our own tribe?
    • How to approach building your tribe.

 

To subscribe to the podcast, please use the links below:

Subscribe with iTunes
Non-iTunes Link
Soundcloud
Stitcher
Google Play
Spotify
Radio Public
PlayerFM
Listen Notes

If you like the podcast and want to help us out in return, please leave an honest rating and review on iTunes by clicking here. It will help the show and its ranking in iTunes immensely! We would be eternally grateful!

Want to learn more?

Discover Your Personal Genius

free-personality-test-myers-briggs-2

We want to hear from you. Leave your comments below…

Recent Posts
Showing 2 comments
  • Andreas Wellving
    Reply

    Hi guys,

    Thank you for investing your time in exploring these topics.

    These are some of my reflections after listening to this episode.

    Talking about paradoxes, one is that P (erceiver) types that are supposed to want to explore different aspects of a matter ends up in professions being the experts. Like you, working only with MBTI and continuing with it year after year. As a J (udger) you rather settle with “enough” information and are satified with this basic knowledge.
    I want to get the perspectives, comparing MBTI with other personality typings like Enneagram and Michael Teachings. It would be interesting if you looked into Micheal Teachings too.
    What I found out so far, is that these three theories rather complement each other than being describing the same thing from a different perspective. I think all three are needed to really understand personality typing. But what you brings to world is the expert knowledge of one part of personality typing.
    Please comment.

    You ask us to join a tribe. One advantage is to make friends. Personality typing is dealing with the “meta data” of life, not the real life. Why should we put more of our energy on the meta data and not on the real life (I guess this is an Ni-Te perspective compare to your Ne-Ti)? It is good with personality typing as a tool to better understand people around us but it is still just a tool to help us in the real life. With that said we need people like you to drive the knowledge of this area further.

  • Matt Eaton
    Reply

    Couldn’t help but chuckle at the thought of INFJs being a tribe. Tried it a few times, not worth the effort. I barely tolerate me, you know?

    When I thought of no one around ever and me being the last person, I was elated. Probably the most joyous feeling I felt all day. Recently people are a real chore to get to and through, so a nice break from all humanity for a few millenia would be amazing.

    I’m okay without family as well. I won’t go into what, but trust me the worst you can think of a family is what they all did. Glad we mutually disowned each other.

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Contact Us

We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.

Not readable? Change text. captcha txt