INFJ: ℕ𝕖𝕖𝕕𝕝𝕖 π•šπ•Ÿ 𝕒 ℍ𝕒π•ͺ𝕀π•₯π•’π•”π•œ | The Square Pegs of the MBTI | The Mystics

oday, we’re discussing how the INFJ personality type is the needle in the haystack and the square peg of the MBTI. There’s always gotta be the odd one out and, in this crazy existence, INFJ just happens to be it. Often the scapegoats, doormats, and punching bags of others, a confident and healthy INFJ turns those tables quickly. There’s so many things that make the INFJ a needle in the haystack, most good, some bad.

INFJ: The Sharpest Crayon in the Box | Dealing w/ Competition, Copycats & Haters | INFJ & Introverts

π•Žπ•–π•π•”π• π•žπ•– to ΘΆΙ¦Ι› Σ„ΥΌΙ¨Ι’Ι¦ΘΆ Υ‘Κ€Ι¨ΘΆΙ›Κ€ page and INFJ-land. The INFJ, the worlds rarest personality type, is so sharp and bright that competition and the copycat syndrome is no stranger to them. See the video below to see what makes the INFJ stand out, and what makes their counterparts- the ENFJ and INTP/INFP/INTJ- shine as well.Continue reading “INFJ: The Sharpest Crayon in the Box | Dealing w/ Competition, Copycats & Haters | INFJ & Introverts”