Find out which of the Myers-Briggs functions I associate with the CPU of a computer. This is Part 2 of the article If You Were A Computer (both articles are for Starling subscribers). Sign up for a Starling subscription and find out what’s going down in motherboard town!
Hi my little microchips! How are you whirring today? So, I got a neat little analogy to explain how most (if not all) of the Myers-Briggs function positions work in any given type (dominant function, auxiliary function, tertiary etc). The computer is probably the most advanced thing humans have ever built and I have a […]
This article discusses the Perceiving Functions of Myers-Briggs (Ne, Ni, Se, Si) in the context of a concept called aperture. I give my basic definitions for these four functions using the geometry of the circle as a reference. In short, I’m going to blow your mind with the knowledge I lay forth within this article. […]
Here is the article where I finally talk about the ESTP type. Well, good things come to those who wait. However, if you wanna read this article, you’ll have to sign up to be a Starling subscriber. And you don’t want to miss my missive about what it’s like to be missed by Miss Meow… […]
Come in and read how strange INFPs really are beneath their benign mask of care and concern. To access this article you must sign up for a Starling subscription. What do Alice in Wonderland, The Matrix, and Louis CK have in common? Subscribe now and find out in about 5 minutes. Muhaha!
Some random, though not uninteresting, notes on the subject of the id function of the INTJ. To view these notes you must sign up for a Starling subscription to Stellar Maze.
This article details the most salient traits of the enneatype 3 ENFJ. In a word, they are interesting. But, you’ll have to become a Starling subscriber to find out why. And as any type 3 ENFJ will tell you, they are worth the price of admission alone. Oink!
You must be a Starling subscriber to view the contents of this article. To briefly summarize, this article details the features of one of the most important positions in the whole arsenal of Myers-Briggs typology – the id function. Moreover, it specifically details the id function of INFJ, which is Fi, which equates, in the […]
This article is the beginning of a series on a new Myers-Briggs function I have introduced to the system – the id function. In order to properly understand the true and underlying motivations of any Myers-Briggs type, you must understand the id function position. In this article, I define what the id function is by […]
This article identifies and defines the form of Ti that is right and appropriate for INFJ. Basically, there are two forms of Ti – one is natural for INFJ and the other one gets them into the classical “Ni-Ti loop”. You will learn in this article how to differentiate “good” vs. “too good” Ti for […]