If you’re making the transition from corporate or cubicle work to being your own boss and working for yourself, you’ll need to make some serious mindset shifts.
This post is for you if you’re, let’s just say, sometimes an as*hole to yourself. This one is for all my Idealist Brothers and Sisters, that is you ENFPs, INFPs, ENFJs, and INFJs.
An ENFP asks about choosing the right career or business idea. Having lots of options is never a struggle for an ENFP…it’s choosing JUST ONE and actually taking action.
Us ENFPs love our Freedom. Ask an ENFP what they want and you’ll think you’ve caught a replay of Braveheart. But is pursuing freedom above all out really the best advice for ENFPs?
I’ve talked about ENFP Superpowers before but I’ve missed to fully address the power of these two particular ENFP strengths.
Ever feel drained before you even begin? Feeling like you’re leaking energy and rarely able to give your full 100%? Here’s how to solve this issue.
I’m sharing one of my most important bits of advice for INFPs who want to be better liked and have more dating and friendship opportunities.
After my event in Prague, I’ve had some amazing entrepreneur insights. In this post, I’m talking about the importance of thinking about our market in the right way, the right and wrong audience, and different marketing approaches.