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INTJ Study Notes 2

INTJ Study Notes 2

By Donna Dunning

During one of my MBTI® Certification workshops I noticed a participant taking detailed notes in an interesting way.

The participant agreed to let me post a couple of sample pages of his notes so others can get a glimpse into his mental processing. He made several such pages during the four-day workshop.

A couple of weeks ago I shared one of his notes that summarized type dynamics, development, and the stress response.

This week I am sharing a second page in which he integrates several topics from our workshop discussion and activities on how to use personality type ethically and effectively in the workplace. Notice how he incorporates multiple concepts including construction of the tool, statistics, purpose, proposals, and contracts. In the middle he has placed a skeptical client, perhaps representing his own preference to have a thorough understanding of the tool before using it.

His study notes show how he interprets and integrates information using his dominant function of Introverted Intuition (Ni).

I use the term Visionary to describe people that, as their core approach, take in and integrate information deeply and conceptually.

Many thanks go to my participant for sharing his notes. I appreciate examples like this that show us the integrative process that is most often used in the inner world for someone who prefers INTJ.

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6 Responses to “INTJ Study Notes 2”

  1. Purvi says:

    This looks really interesting. Is there a way to make the image a bit bigger. Hard to read some of the small print.


  2. Donna Dunning says:

    Hi Purvi, Nice to hear from you. It is difficult to read all of the details in the small print. Zooming in on the page helps somewhat.

  3. Brandy says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this. As an INTJ I can really relate to this particular post. My notes from seminars, workshops and courses often look similar to this.

  4. ken says:

    Very well put! Clear presentation of type fundamentals and type dynamics. I beleive this information is helpful and will aid my understanding of personality type. Thanks!

  5. GT says:

    I am really interested in this but I can’t read it clearly since it is so small. Is there a way to increase the size?

  6. Donna Dunning says:

    It is difficult to read all of the details in the small print. Zooming in on the page helps somewhat.

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