the INF Club podcast
Sep 18, 2020 1 hr 3 min
Episode 27: Jess Alderson (INFP) on dating and compatible matches for INFPs and INFJs
Jess, an INFP, is the co-founder of So Syncd, a dating app and website that matches partners based on their Myers-Briggs personality types. She and her sister are on a mission to make dating more meaningful, fun, and successful. She loves the beach, stacks of pancakes and people who are good with directions. A wide-ranging conversation, covering: Myers-Briggs, dating and relationships, work, solo travel, family life, and more.
Sep 11, 2020 59 min
Episode 26: Elizabeth Miner on 'doing the things you cannot not do'
Overcoming adversity, circumstances and expectations, Elizabeth rose from poverty to become a Senior Corporate Paralegal in one of the most iconic companies in the world. Today Elizabeth is the Founder and CEO of Thrive This Day, inspiring people to challenge their ideas of what is possible in their lives. Elizabeth is an Author, Speaker, International Business and Life Coach who believes impossible is simply an invitation to challenge expectations. A wide-ranging conversation, covering: location independence / digital nomadism, Elizabeth’s work as a life coach and how she made the transition to location independence, one of Elizabeth’s favourite places – Santa Marta, Colombia – and the communities she has built there, balancing vision and goal-setting with letting things unfold, the clarifying exercise Elizabeth does to check in with herself a couple of times a year, uncertainty and change, and more.
Sep 04, 2020 1 hr 11 min
Episode 25: Michel Attah (INFJ) on the importance of self-confidence and self-care
Michel Attah is a life coach who helps sensitive leaders establish …healthy boundaries, ensuring the sustainability of their craft and …happiness. They're an INFJ who is soon-to-be-married to an INFP, as well …as a parent to an 8-year-old. They like to kick it on the soccer field …in their spare time. A wide-ranging talk covering: sport, inter-personal dynamics, …self-confidence, self-care, boundaries, Myers-Briggs and labels, and more.
Aug 28, 2020 48 min
Episode 24: On being a highly sensitive person (HSP)
A solo show in which Jas talks about discovering he was highly sensitive, the ways in which this has impacted his life, and the high correlation between INF-types and being an HSP.
Aug 21, 2020 1 hr 11 min
Episode 23: Anja Schüler-Renner (INFJ) on discovering who she really was
Anja is a writer living in Dresden, Germany with her three kids and her husband. She loves to play music, read and watch as many TV shows as she can. On the way, she is seeking alignment with her higher self. …A wide-ranging talk covering: teenage years and student jobs, motherhood, meaningful work, alcohol, people-pleasing, journalling and night dreams, blog and fiction writing, and more.
Aug 14, 2020 1 hr 7 min
Episode 22: Peg Cheng (ENFJ) on taking an experimental approach to life
Peg Cheng is an eclectic author, intuitive career adviser, and dedicated dreamer living in Seattle, Washington. Before becoming a creative entrepreneur, she worked in 35 jobs including fabric cutter, public toilet researcher, career counselor, academic adviser, and prelaw adviser. She spends her time reading, journaling, writing stories, making art, exploring nature, helping people survive and thrive, running Plaid Frog Press with her husband Marcus and pal Froggy, and looking for awe in everyday life. A wide-ranging talk covering career experimentation/Peg's many jobs, being a multi-potentialite/scanner, immigrant family experiences, auto-immune disorders and body health, transitioning from employed to self-employed, intuition, digital detoxing, and more.
Aug 07, 2020 28 min
Episode 21: What is an introvert, anyway?
A solo show in which I narrate, and add commentary to, the first article I ever wrote for the INF club blog: 'What is an introvert, anyway?'
Jul 24, 2020 1 hr 10 min
Episode 20: John Davis on having the courage to express himself
John C. Davis is an author, writer, speaker and musician based in South Florida. John spent much of his career as a music educator for middle and high schools. Now focused on writing, his newest book 'Accept Connect Heal: A Vision of Hope for Our World' is available on Amazon.
Jul 17, 2020 57 min
Episode 19: Amanda Linehan on productivity for INFPs
Amanda Linehan is the author of Productivity For INFPs. She is a fiction writer, indie author and INFP, and has published five novels, one non-fiction book, six short stories and two short story collections since 2012. Her short fiction has also been published in Every Day Fiction and in the Beach Life anthology published by Cat & Mouse Press.
Jul 10, 2020 1 hr 9 min
Episode 18: Godwin Chan on thriving as a digital introvert
Godwin has three years of experience in nonprofit organization management, event planning, and molecular biology and bioinformatics research. He's the host of the "Digital Introverts" podcast, a show where introverts share their success and failure stories and discuss how they thrive in the digital age. In addition, Godwin is writing his first book, titled “Digital Introverts: Why Today's Most Successful Individuals Harness Introversion to Thrive," which is expected to be published in April 2021. The vision of the Digital Introverts brand is to be the world’s largest network of highly ambitious and driven introverts, and the mission is to empower a million introverts globally. Godwin's bio has been amended since the podcast recording first aired.