• The INFJ Personality Manual

  • How to Understand Strengths and Weakness of the Rarest Myers-Briggs Personality Type to Develop Relationships and Career Paths
  • By: Carrie Parker
  • Narrated by: Millie Green
  • Length: 3 hrs and 23 mins
  • 2.5 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Did you recently take the Myers Briggs test and discover that you are INFJ but don’t know what that means?

This audiobook explains what it truly means to be an INFJ and, more importantly, it explains why you do the things that you do. INFJ is one of the rarest results of the Meyers Briggs test and, therefore, it can be difficult to find worthwhile information about it.

One of the qualities many INFJs share is that they tend to be pessimistic and feel perpetually stressed and often don’t know why they feel that way. This audiobook will show you how not only to live as an INFJ but to excel being one.

By learning what it means to be an INFJ, you will learn all about how to excel in any activity you do by learning to manage the pros and cons of being an INFJ. Being an INFJ means that you are special, but it also means you might have to learn to do things in a way that others don’t have to. This book will help you do that.

What you will learn in this audiobook: 

  • The supporter and their origins 
  • Ways to circumvent stress 
  • All about what it means to be an INFJ 
  • Implications of having a rare personality
  • Everything you need to know about self-efficacy 
  • Steps for learning the locus of control 
  • And so much more! 

Embracing being an INFJ means learning everything you can about it, so you can make the best possible choices for your life based on your personality type. The reason most people fail to achieve their goals is because they try to work against themselves, meaning the goals they set and how they attempt to achieve them are contrary to who they are and what they really want. But, with this book you will learn how to set and achieve goals that go hand in hand with being an INFJ. 

So, if you are ready to start living your best life as an INFJ, then you need to get this audiobook today.

©2020 Carrie Parker (P)2020 Carrie Parker

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Read the book instead.

The information in the book is good, but the narration is hard to listen to. Very robotic and many words mispronounced.

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  • 04-07-21

Full of mispronunciations.

There's a great deal of valuable information in this book but the person reading the material is, though clearly educated, unfamiliar enough with the English language such that much is mispronounced. It's a complete distraction to the content.

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Rather boring

Ok if you know nothing about the basics of psychology. I was expecting more substantial facts about the personality type rather than self help and good advice on a general basis.

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Awful and painful to listen to.

Seriously a waste of credits. My 9th grade students wrote more compelling pieces and read better, too.

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Good info, bad performance.

Good information but written like an undergrad trying to reach the word requirement. Reader mispronounced words in almost every sentence making it extremely hard to listen to. That being said I did learn a lot about INFJs but would suggest people read the book instead of listening to the audiobook.

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Narrator’s voice made it difficult to focus on the meaning.

Tone, irritating, couldn’t make it past 1 sr Chap, sorry I wasted my credit, not easy on the ear. Content seemed it would be interesting.

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Rough read

The reader of this book ruined the book. Between her miss pronunciation of words in every other sentence, her false pauses and poor intonation made it evident she had no idea what she was reading. It was painful to listen to.

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I might just be as pessimistic as author thinks 🤷

So I wanted to like this book, so much that I finished it. The problem is that 1. the narration was robotic and 2. I found myself asking "what does this have to do with being INFJ?" Its a good read if you are looking into all personality types and want insight on those, however it is very hard to keep up with as it talks about so many different things all the time. From social media to narcissists to pessimists. I got the feeling that INFJ people were somehow not good enough and depressive. This might be because immediately before this book I read another one which was easier to follow and actually explained infj in detail.

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confused narrator

listened to first 30 min. and narrator mispronounced too many words. Terrible. Do not recommend. save your $.

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Good content

Very good content, and the narrator has flawless annunciation, but mis-pronounces numerous words throughout. Additionally, the word inflections are very odd, making it difficult to follow. I had to listen intently. It's distracting to restructure in my mind how the sentences were intended to be expressed. (Re-listening, if you will.) I was thinking "this must be automated" because it's a bit robot-like. But then I remembered that the narrator introduced herself at the beginning. I made it through the entire book because the content is good, and very informative.

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  • Amy D
  • 07-29-20

boring and basic!

I'm actually quite shocked after this book because the reviews were so positive. it's pretty much basic advice that anyone could write and not really specific to INFJ...I also disliked the monotonous voice that read it. What a disappointment

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