I fixed up the link to the article, I found it inspiring when in college.

Re: Steve Pavlina, I think his site has changed its focus over the years. The main essays I first enjoyed were about the “courage to live consciously”, i.e. taking the time and effort to pursue the question of what you wanted to do.

Thanks for the encouragement! The next article is in the works.

You know, the same strengths that keep an INTP profile from caring about popularity and security are the same problems an INTP encounters in life in the guise of other people being annoying, not understanding you, or seeming daft or shallow. It’s not them, it’s you. But it’s like that for all the 16 profiles, in 16 different ways. Our weaknesses are our strengths overused or applied in inappropriate contexts.

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