The One-Sentence Reminder That Each Personality Type Needs For The New Year

The One-Sentence Reminder That Each Personality Type Needs For The New Year

ENFP: You need roots just as much as you need wings.

INFP: That talent that you’re afraid to show the world is probably exactly what the world needs.

ENFJ: Nobody is judging you as harshly as you are judging yourself.

INFJ: You don’t have to have the entire course mapped out in order to take the first step.

ENTP: Whatever you are trying to control, controls you.

INTP: Sometimes the problem is not that you cannot find the answer, but that you are phrasing the questions incorrectly.

ENTJ: You can’t always control your environment, but you CAN control your reaction to your environment.

INTJ: Your frustrations with the outer world are always a reflection of your frustrations with your inner world.

ESFP: Deep down, you know exactly what you want and how to get it – you just have to trust yourself enough to choose it.

ISFP: Don’t worry so much about perfection – there is absolutely nothing less interesting than perfection.

ESFJ: The person who is the most deserving of your unconditional love and generosity is you.

ISFJ: The people you love want you to make yourself a priority.

ESTP: Boredom and routine are not fatal – they might even be helpful if used in moderation.

ISTP: When you can’t work out the truth, listen to your intuition – it knows a thing or two, too.

ESTJ: Sometimes taking a break to recharge is, paradoxically, the most efficient move you can make.

ISTJ: Sometimes you just have to be the moral compass you want to see in the world. Thought Catalog Logo Mark