Find out about the amazing stories of 21 location independent entrepreneurs as they share the ups and downs they had along the way.
If you’re an INFP, you may struggle with expressing yourself authentically in your friendships, dating or business relationships. Luckily, there are some steps you can take to better communicate your needs and develop more fulfilling relationships.
If you’re an INFP entrepreneur or are involved in the creative fields like writing, drawing or any kind of artistic endeavour, I have some non-cliche money advice for you to help you keep your freedom.
ENFPs and INFPs overall have a LOT of similarities. But there is one BIG difference I’ve noticed between the two types…
Us ENFPs love change and variety…but at the same time we might get stuck in a situation where our tough decision is looong overdue. How do you make a BIG change as an ENFP?
No one has ever told you this about using your talents and following your dreams…
Baptiste, a fellow ENFP, sent me a question: How can ENFPs proactively meet the need for VARIETY? Here’s my advice for ENFPs to meet the need for newness and not ruin our lives chasing shiny objects.
If you’re an ENFP entrepreneur who just started working for yourself, this may help you figure out how to think about giving up or changing directions. How long to keep going before you get help?
If you still listen to your grandma’s advice about how life, career and success should look like, time to stop – creative personalities, like ENFP or INFP, have a bunch of opportunities nowadays to be extremely successful!