Make better decisions based on how your mind works. Personality Hacker teaches you the coding language of your mind and how to use it to create great relationships - a fulfilling career and happiness.
Are you born with your personality, or does it develop over time? What is intuition? What's the fastest way to use your natural gifts to improve overall happiness? Join Joel Mark Witt and Antonia Dodge as they discuss small changes in your personality and relationships that have big impact.
Grow Up Your Personality - 512
In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia continue the short series with guest host Christian Rivera about Ken Wilber's framework of "Grow up, Wake up, Clean up, Show up" and how to apply it to our personality growth journey. This week we turn our attention to "growing up" our personality type.
Personality Growth: Grow Up, Wake Up, Clean Up, Show Up - 511
In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia talk with guest host Christian Rivera about Ken Wilber's framework of "Grow up, Wake up, Clean up, Show up" and how to apply it to our personality growth journey.
4 Styles of Feeling Personality Types - 510
4 Styles of Thinking Personality Types - 509
In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia talk about the 4 expressions or styles of the Thinking Cognitive Functions of "Accuracy" (Introverted Thinking) and "Effectiveness" (Extraverted Thinking).
4 Styles of Intuitive Personality Types
In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia talk about the 4 expressions or styles of the Intuitive Cognitive Functions of "Perspectives" (Introverted Intuition) and "Exploration" (Extraverted Intuition).
4 Styles of Sensing Personality Types
In this episode of the Personality Hacker podcast, Joel and Antonia talk about the 4 expressions or styles of the Sensing Cognitive Functions of "Memory" (Introverted Sensing) and "Sensation" (Extraverted Sensing).
WOW! It’s seems I’ve been listening to your podcast for about 7years. The previous review I was in a better place. Not long after writing this I experienced burnout. Over my career I worked ER, Rehab, cath lab & ICU which took an expensive toll for sure on my physical mental & financial health. That upon multiple life stressors at once: Divorce, daughter moving unexpectedly, Dad getting Parkinson’s, Mom had a stroke followed by cancer. I then had a panic attack due to allostatic overload. Long story short I surrendered my nursing license the same month my Mother died. Some battles you just don’t have the energy to fight. I’d love to hear your thoughts on burnout, how it’s often misdiagnosed as depression, psychosis & multiple other false diagnosis. How personalities can avoid and/or cope with burnout according to type. How burnout & trauma affect cognitive abilities per type. How to manage stress and avoid certain personalities who prey upon the vulnerabilities of others. My Dad used to say “be careful who you let into your life”, unfortunately he didn’t teach me that they don’t come with labels and even though may seem kind they may not be. How can personalities with feeler preferences identify the con artists of the world? Love the book! UPDATE: What’s the best way to find your ideal match in a relationship? How would you evaluate whether you and/or the other person is their healthiest version? ....tired of getting it wrong. After a few major life changes I started looking into personality characteristics. I’ve taken the Myers Briggs 4 different times in my life & always get the same result INFP. I’ve come to peace with the fact that I’m a “feeler”. Your podcast has given further insight into why I do the things I do. Ive been living in my “safe” 10yr old zone for years. I’ve gotten better at channeling my 3yr old, and being more of my authentic, adventure seeking natural self. I can’t thank you enough 😊. Keep doing what you do! Mary Gladstone INFP has a built in creative drive to make things work given the freedom to do so. Thoughts on scheduling: Kids: 1) Make your bed, brush your teeth & get dressed 2) Practice, practice makes better 3) Consistency creates security in kids & adults 4) Allowing kids to figure it out while guiding them creates a sense of independence 5) Setting an alarm 6) Make your lunch/snacks the night before 7) Honesty about schedule you desire 8) Prepare clothes & materials the night before 9) Find the shortest route 10) Leave early if possible 11) Recognize the decrease in stress with having some things scheduled 12) Seek employers who genuinely care about your desired schedule & will work with you 13) Laying a somewhat scheduled foundation for kids (especially creative types) will help them when they get older. 14) Schedules provide a sense of security, safety & predictability 15) Know yourself, if you have an adventurous/creative side have days/times where you can do those things as well otherwise you’ll go Bonkers 16) Give yourself a treat for doing what may not come natural 17) recognize your sense of accomplishment 18) Job shop until you find what works for you-remember you’re the one they want. If they don’t see it that way someone else will 19) If your life situation changes be open & honest with employers about what you need. 20) Last never least just keep on rolling, eventually something’s gotta give 😛 Mary Gladstone INFP
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I listened to the entire Story of Personality Hacker episode, and loved it, and yes I am a TRUE BELIEVER… it was great to learn about their early days and initial experiences w internet marketing.. especially now that i’m launching my own podcast & courses, and Joel & Antonia were the first to introduce me to info products.
If you’re reading this, Antonia & Joel- Thank you for your gift of a podcast. I will be a lifelong listener & I hope to come to one of your events.