What should you do with your life? You’ve probably heard that you should follow your passion and then you’ll live a life full of purpose. But how the heck do you discover what your passion is?
The absolute worst thing that can happen to an ENFP is getting trapped in routine and repetition. What can ENFPs do to get out of that and kick themselves into taking action on their dreams?
How can an ENFP who wants to succeed pick the RIGHT kind of friends and build their network to keep themselves going?
Whether we’re talking success in a career, in college, or working for yourself, there are two distinct paths I see successful ENFPs take to build the life of freedom we’re all after.
Becoming location independent is one of the best ways to live better on less. Imagine having a year to start your business with your current savings instead of just a few months?
Us ENFPs are like social chameleons – we adjust to the people we’re around and that’s a part of our charm! However, this social adjusting may affect us in surprising ways.
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.