Personality Hacker is an organization designed to help people leverage their own mental processes to optimize whatever can be optimized: productivity, communication, job satisfaction, and most importantly – your overall happiness. When we get these needs met we stop being so myopic through the lens of our own experience, and start seeing a bigger picture.
Today’s episode gives you some high-level overview of the Myers-Briggs as a system from Antonia Dodge and Joel Mark Witt. We also nerd out a little. In the end, we think you’ll learn something about how this all works and the powerful potential value it holds when you use it as a tool for growth. The entry point isn’t the important thing, it’s how you apply it to become the best version of you.
Listen to the end when we give you the Big Self Takeaway.
5:30--The way we approach Myers-Briggs is not your mom's Myers-Briggs
6:57--The point of origin of Myers-Briggs is actually Carl Jung (from Psychological Types)
8:40--It has something that can applied
12:24--There's a lot of one-sidedness to our personalities
15:48--This system works well to identify a problem in our personalities, especially when things aren't working well
19:40--We have a tendency to over-attach to our type, especially at first
20:20--Most people aren't coming to the system with so much depth, they want practical applications
31:40--The people sitting in the car when it comes to the functions of your personality
36:00--Personality systems create a map for us to leverage
36:34--Is the goal integration?
40:41--Trust and working with businesses
43:10--The challenge in talking about the difference between Sensing and Intuition