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Author: Joel Mark Witt & Antonia Dodge

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Make better decisions based on how your mind works. Personality Hacker teaches you the coding language of your mind and how to use it to create great relationships - a fulfilling career and happiness.

Are you born with your personality, or does it develop over time? What is intuition? What's the fastest way to use your natural gifts to improve overall happiness? Join Joel Mark Witt and Antonia Dodge as they discuss small changes in your personality and relationships that have big impact.
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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with guest host Christian Rivera about using your 6th cognitive function in your stack to break a loop. This episode (Part 4) covers the INFJ, ISFJ, ESFP, and ENFP personality types. https://personalityhacker.com  
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with guest host Christian Rivera about using your 6th cognitive function in your stack to break a loop. This episode (Part 3) covers the INTJ, ISTJ, ESTP, and ENTP personality types. https://personalityhacker.com   
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with guest host Christian Rivera about using your 6th cognitive function in your stack to break a loop. This episode (Part 2) covers the INFP, INTP, ENFJ, and ENTJ personality types. http://personalityhacker.com  
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with guest host Christian Rivera about using your 6th cognitive function in your stack to break a loop. This episode (Part 1) covers the ISFP, ISTP, ESFJ, and ESTJ personality types. https://personalityhacker.com  
In this episode, Joel talks with Antonia and Melissa Harris (Personality Hacker's Profiling Coach) about the personal challenges they both face as NT women (ENTP and INTJ). http://personalityhacker.com  
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about the unique social challenges facing NT women personality types (INTJ - INTP - ENTP - ENTJ). http://personalityhacker.com  
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with guest host Christian Rivera about what it really means to build self esteem no matter your personality type. https://personalityhacker.com    
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about lookalike personality types and share principles on how to decide between them. http://personalityhacker.com  
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about ways to get past your personality and discover who you are underneath. http://personalityhacker.com   
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about diving deeper into all 8 cognitive functions and posit a growth path for personal growth using your shadow functions. http://personalithacker.com   
In this episode, Joel and Antonia conclude a 2-part series from a live talk about the Enneagram instincts and passions. This talk was given by Dr. Beatrice Chestnut live on the main stage at the Profiler Training event in Los Angeles. http://personalityhacker.com
In this episode, Joel and Antonia highlight a live talk about the Enneagram instincts and passions given by Dr. Beatrice Chestnut live on the main stage at the Profiler Training event in Los Angeles.   http://personalityhacker.com
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about how each set of personality types can activate their full potential through personal bravery. http://personalityhacker.com
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk Antonia's dark night of the soul experience and how personality type is relevant. http://personalityhacker.com  
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk with Enneagram experts Dr. Beatrice & Uranio Paes about how we can best talk about personality types in a postmodern world. http://personalityhacker.com
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about dealing with trauma in your auxiliary copilot cognitive function. http://personalityhacker.com
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about the book "The Tools" and discuss the fifth tool: Jeopardy & Willpower.   https://personalityhacker.com
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about the book "The Tools" and discuss the fourth tool: The Grateful Flow. http://personalityhacker.com
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about the book "The Tools" and discuss the third tool: Inner Authority. https://personalityhacker.com
In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about the book "The Tools" and discuss the second tool: Active Love. https://personalityhacker.com
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chadi benalioulhaj

Hey, it's almost two weeks since your last episode. Please come back, I've been waiting for the next episode (I hope it will be about Ti as a 6th function). I hope you're doing well and in good health, love your podcast. Keep up!

Nov 20th
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Memory Morgan

I love their comment “would you rather be right out would you rather be happy?” This harks back to a quote by Wayne Dyer “would you rather be right or would you rather be kind?” When I first heard that, it instantly changed my perspective and I started looking at the ego in a whole different way. I’ve tried to explain that to my 12-year-old kids when they are arguing and their egos are clearly taking over. I don’t know that they ever fully understood the meaning before. But changing “kind” to “happy” - while in essence all boils down to the same thing - I think it’s something that they can before easily comprehend.

Nov 16th
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Tay Off The Top

AMAZING 2 PART PRESENTATION!

Oct 12th
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Werner van der Westhuizen

Awesome podcast! Would love another one on the Graves model.

Oct 4th
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KIT mitK

09:47 ENFP & ESFP Loops 23:28 ENTP & ESTP Loops 37:42 INTJ & ISTJ Loops 53:36 INFJ & ISFJ Loops

Jun 1st
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KIT mitK

11:20 ESFJ & ESTJ Loops 20:21 ENFJ & ENTJ Loops 31:34 ISFP & ISTP Loops 42:31 INFP & INTP Loops

Jun 1st
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Tay Off The Top

One Of The Best Episodes This Year!! ❤

May 10th
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Futuristic Orange

I have the book definitely gonna use it to fuel my fire.

May 6th
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Futuristic Orange

God made me an intj to change people and hopefully the world.

May 6th
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Caroline Renold

With regards to the N/S dichotomy: As an intuitive (ENFJ) always (probably too often) trying to explain mbti to others, in a white collar/academic environment, I have a hard time explaining it to sensors (especially ESFJ/ESTJ) without them feeling insulted. They feel that the model considers their reasoning simplistic and that the N function is superior (I consider this is the bias of people who have studied at university). I believe this would be even worse with the Betsy the cow model. Would you have an idea how to explain it differently to get around that resistance? I especially have had the experience that ESFJ hate mbti, because they hate the idea of "putting people in boxes" but also because they hate the image that the model draws of their personality.

Mar 22nd
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Tay Off The Top

THIS IS SOO GOOD!!

Feb 17th
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Andi-Roo Libecap

drink lots of water, give your body the nutrition it needs, get vitamin D, light up your home and work space, and do more of what you love! Sound advice!

Feb 1st
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Bryn Jones

this is completely false. suffering is not optional, it's inevitable. people might behave in ways which prolong their suffering but such is the human condition to which we are all subject. it strikes me as naieve, extremely arrogant and lacking in genuine compassion to describe your frustrations with people you observe who are suffering. they must be stupid rightif they to act this way? you might want to consider how you're coming across to people who are suffering. such as those with chronic diseases, severe mental illness or born into circumstances less ideal than your own.

Jan 26th
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Veronica Watson

I tend to think that if you have more access to or value attached to a certain behavior or way of thinking than you'll be better at it. Therefore, even if a say, ESTP has Fe in the tertiary position, if they had a parent with Fe (or grew up with it being valued in their family) or they admire that particular quality in others, they may be very good at using it. So I think it has less to do with its position than how it is used in the totality of the personality. And that varies. The car model is helpful but also limits the way actual personalities are. Always referring to the the tertiary as a ten year old, assumes that it never develops beyond amateur use. I disagree with that.

Jan 18th
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Andi-Roo Libecap

OK - as for the mom not wanting to sit down with her ex, the dad - maybe he is an underhanded, lying weasel who records conversations, snoops thru private journals, and places key trackers on the home computer, and he twists everything to his advantage, so she insists that all communication be b&w print via text or email because that is what's best for her mental health. Maybe he's a classic narcissist, in which case every psychology textbook everywhere says that going no communication is the only way to get him to stop bullying her. Maybe, as is true of most narcissists, he has the entire world fooled into believing that he is an upstanding citizen who just wants what's best for his daughter, even tho the daughter is 15 and sees thru his bs and is counting the days till she's 18 and never has to see him again. Maybe he's mentally abusive and the mom and the daughter are both in counseling and probably will be for life, because on top of the damage he's done, nobody believes them since they bear no outward bruises. Maybe he is trying to get the magistrate in their case to take the daughter out of the aforementioned counseling, on the grounds that the counselor will not betray the daughter's confidence and tell him what's being said during sessions. Maybe the mom is tired of not being believed, and she knows that explaining the situation makes her come across as overly dramatic, as part of the problem rather than a victim of his mental abuse, so she has given up going into detail and merely says, "We can't come to an agreement so why bother?" because that's just simply easier than trying to make you believe that a small town business owner who's never had any trouble with the law and who knows how to sell himself - that this seemingly innocent good guy could possibly be a creep. Maybe this mom knows things you don't know. Maybe it's easy to judge her when you haven't been on the receiving end of his attacks. Maybe we shouldn't assume that, just because we don't typically see a dad fight for his kids and fight to work thing out - maybe we shouldn't assume that his "willingness" to sit down with the mom is good, or healthy, or in the child's best interest. Maybe, and stay with me here - maybe the dad is a piece of shit and the mom is actually right. Just a thought.

Dec 31st
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Aleja Yepes

I think your friend is just crazy. That is not a big deal to get mad about. maybe if you show up to the wedding naked, that would be inappropriate.

Dec 6th
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Cassandra Otten

great insight on this topic but the UMs really made it hard to listen. oof.

Dec 4th
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Aleja Yepes

The people who wrote you back are just way to sensitive. I see nothing wrong with that.

Dec 3rd
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Cassandra Otten

I teach English in Korea and the school I teach at makes me train the lefties to be righties.....yet I am a lefty and the kids get so confused

Nov 29th
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jewel

as an infp, i dont uaually find myself getting angry

Nov 21st
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