• INTP: Understanding & Relating with the Logician

  • MBTI Personality Types
  • By: Clayton Geoffreys
  • Narrated by: Craig Sweat
  • Length: 1 hr and 10 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (136 ratings)

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INTP: Understanding & Relating with the Logician

By: Clayton Geoffreys
Narrated by: Craig Sweat
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Publisher's Summary

Learn how INTPs view the world and what makes them tick!

In INTP: Understanding & Relating with the Logician, you'll learn about the INTP Myers Brigg personality type. This audiobook covers a variety of topics regarding INTPs (introverted intuitive thinking perception) and why they make such great analysts. INTPs are often referred to as the great philosophers and researchers of the world.

In this book, we'll begin by exploring why the MBTI test is important before then digging in to why INTPs make great leaders. From there we'll venture into the greatest strengths and weaknesses of individuals who identify as INTPs. Finally, we'll explore what makes INTPs happy and what they value in their personal relationships. We'll close by learning about 10 famous INTPs and what you can learn from them.

If you are an INTP, listen to this book to begin your quest to learn why you act the way you do and how you can come to appreciate who you are as an individual. Grab your copy today.

Here is a preview of what is inside this book:

  • Foreword
  • An Introduction to MBTI
  • The Four Dimensions of the MBTI
  • Why Is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Significant?
  • Uncovering the "Logician": Who Is an INTP?
  • Why Are INTPs Indispensable Leaders?
  • The Eight Greatest Strengths of an INTP
  • The Three Greatest Areas of Improvement for an INTP
  • What Makes an INTP Happy?
  • What are Some Common Careers of an INTP?
  • Common Workplace Behaviors of an INTP
  • INTP: Parenting Style and Values
  • INTP and Friendship
  • INTP: Romantic Partners
  • Seven Actionable Steps for Overcoming Your Weaknesses as an INTP
  • The Six Most Influential INTPs We Can Learn From
  • Conclusion

©2015 Clayton Geoffreys (P)2015 Clayton Geoffreys

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Too Brief

After doing some reading online about INTP's I decided to buy this audio book to go more in depth. Unfortunately, this book was basically a summery of what I read on the internet. If you know nothing about INTP's then this book will be great. Unfortunately, if you know nothing about INTP's then you probably aren't an INTP so this book probably won't interest you. haha

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Only semi-informative and rather insulting.

There are redeeming qualities about this book, such as its general introductory-level information. However, there is little information that one couldn't find in a free web article. The author is way too outspoken about his pro-socialism and anti-religious sentiments for a book that should be an inbiased informative piece about a personality indicator. He goes as far as to insult religion as a whole. I found this to be in very poor taste. It shows a small-mindedness to asume that religion can't co-exist with logic.

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opened my eyes

this book has great advice! I feel better about who I am and will use his advice for the rest of my life!

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Helpful, but not outstanding

As an INTP, I'm always looking for material that will help me better understand me, and hints to improve my life and relationships. This book touches base on the same distinctions that can be found in a Google search. I was hoping for more of a memoir of an INTP and the processes they use, and theories they distinguish that helps them live a more enjoyable and meaningful life. Nonetheless, it was a quick reminder, and an easy listen.

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Really helped me understand myself and others!

Very insightful, thought provoking, and wonderfully intellectually stimulating in such a short amount of time.

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great insights... ok delivery

I definitely got a lot out of this book. Being an INTP myself I was mildly distracted by an often questionable choice of language. The performance was very dry and monotone but it's a short, technical book so that want much of a problem..

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A slow elevator pitch

Overall: not worth the time and money
Performance: slow and uninspired.
Story: nothing more than basic information organized into bullet points. A lot of unnecessary fluff and filler at the beginning and end, clearly copy-pasted to each book in this series.

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A short and informative introduction to the INTP

For a quick and informative introduction to the INTP personality type this is a good read by author (Clayton Geoffreys).
all the basic bullet points and mechanics of the INTP personality type are covered with an easy to understand overview of of the INTP archetype.
Craig Sweat narrates the book well with good pace and in an easy to understand tone.
If you're looking for a basic understanding of the INTP personality type, than this is a good place to begin your journey.

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spot on!

spot on, a very practical guide on how to be human... yes, as an INTP i often get "accused" of being insensitive... but far from it, most INTPs do care for other, our problem is that we do not express emotions as other... this audiobook gave me some good guidelines on how to improve expressing emotions and be less frustrated

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same stuff

truity basicly has all this information . would not spend 10 dollars on this book

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  • Ben
  • 05-02-17

Not worth the $9

Being 1.1 hours long and asking $9 for a book where 80-90% of its information is easily found online for free is a a bit disappointing. And unfortunately the reader sounds like a smoker trying to whisper.

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  • 11-12-21

Much needed

Well spoken and easy to understand. Helps bring perspective on a commonly misunderstood MBTI type.

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  • Hank
  • 02-26-20

very useful

it's short and I got through it in the one read/ listen ... short and sharp and I liked it ... as I was going through it though (another good reason for it being short and sharp) I realised I might actually be an INFP lol :) so now I'm reading/ listening to that one lol :)