The INFJ Handbook

The INFJ Handbook by Marissa BakerThey’re the rarest Myers-Briggs personality type, but what is it that makes INFJs unique? Who are they? How do their minds work? What do they think of themselves? What do other people think of them?

If you know an INFJ, are an INFJ, or think you might be an INFJ, there’s something in this book for you. Inside, you’ll find:

  • Quick introduction to Myers-Briggs type theory
  • Thorough description of the INFJ personality type
  • Discussions of INFJ strengths and weakness
  • Tips for personal growth
  • List of things INFJs want other people to know
  • Special section on how other types view INFJs

All throughout, you’ll read quotes from five different INFJs who contributed their real-life stories of self-discovery and life as the rarest Myers-Briggs type. Click here to go to the Amazon Kindle store and purchase a copy of this ebook.

5 thoughts on “The INFJ Handbook

  1. I’m an INFJ too, although as I get older the F&J parts are moving closer and closer to the middle ground.
    I’ve never thought to view book characters through the Myers-Briggs spectrum – interesting!

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    • Glad to hear from another INFJ! I like trying to type fictional characters — it’s not terribly reliable of course, and there’s quite a bit of debate surrounding some characters’ personality types, but I think it’s fun.

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