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A random act of kindness

Many INFJs and INFPs struggle with their careers and jobs, relationships, specific personality traits, their strengths and weaknesses, compatibility with others and finding meaning in life.

Many INF types have also done a lot of personal development work, read a lot of books and articles and are still frustrated with their lives not changing.

Are you one of these people?

If you answered yes, you may be missing a key component in your personal development path: embodying your learnings.

Understanding something intellectually won't change your life. Embodying your learnings by interacting in a supportive environment has the power to help you actualise the changes.

This is why we created the INFJ/INFP Mastermind series of events. This series of events was supposed to be 3 calls, but because of the topics: - Perfectionism - Relationships - Sense of Belonging - Vocation - Money, etc. this program became 6 calls long.

This Sunday (Saturday for our North American and European friends) is the final call of this series, and we look at any remaining questions and answers from the Mastermind call series participants.

The call this week will be rounding up anything and everything INFJ and INFP, so if you would like to join this call this weekend, as my guest, I still have about 40 tickets left for taking. The tickets to this event are valued at $25.

If you would like to join us, follow the link below. If you can't make it on the day, please don't withhold a seat from a person who can.

If you would like to ask a question, please submit yours no later than 24 hours before the session time to Please limit your question to 250 words.

The session time is as follows: Los Angeles, USA: Saturday, April 13th at 2pm. New York, USA: Saturday, April 13th at 5pm. London, UK: Saturday, April 13th at 10pm. Zurich, Switzerland: Saturday, April 13th at 11pm. New Delhi, India: Sunday, April 14th at 2.30am

To register, follow this link.

Looking forward to a fruitful session, as always. Merja

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