I’m not really surprised you’ve decided to browse this page. After all, you’re an INTJ and enjoy verifying the sources of your information, right? ?
Consciously or unconsciously, you’ve probably asked yourself these questions:
“Can I TRUST the information on this website and will I be SAFE consuming it?”
I think this is a smart move of an educated user, and I’m more than willing to give you full disclosure about who we are and what we do.
What is INTJ University?
As you may have guessed already, this is a website about INTJs. Our goal is to give you all the tools and strategies you need to grow as a person and become the best version of yourself.
We understand that as an INTJ, life can be brutally awesome and difficult at the same time.
You have the unique gift of a highly advanced intuition. You understand things faster and deeper than most people, and are able to cut through the chase in almost every matter.
Your highly analytical and active mind has many benefits that others would kill to have, yet one of its side effects is that you may feel alienated from those who don’t possess it.
In fact, many INTJs report that they feel socially, emotionally, and mentally isolated from the rest of mankind, which is a heavy burden for them. Whether at work or with family, people seem to often misunderstand INTJs.
We want to help you enjoy the benefits of being able to connect with people in addition to having a great mind.
We want you to be able to build long-lasting and fulfilling relationships, find your ideal mate, and have the kind of deep conversations and love you’ve always longed for.
We want you to become the kind of person who feels peaceful, balanced, and happy, and contributes to our society.
We want you to get out of your head, let go of your anxieties, and live life like it’s meant to be.
Who Are We?
Here’s a quick introduction to the team:
Hartmund Wendlandt, Founder, ENTJ
You might be surprised to hear that I’m no INTJ. I mean, why wouldn’t I simply start an ENTJ website if I liked the MBTI so much?
Actually, the answer is easy: I feel like you and I have much in common. And if you’ve studied the MBTI, you’ll know that this is no coincidence.
INTJs and ENTJs share the exact same cognitive functions, only in a different order.
This means I can very well identify myself with most problems INTJs have – like feelings of social & mental isolation, alienation from the world, and the resulting withdrawal from it . Yet I feel like I have a different way out of them that can help you.
My strength is to always focus on practical results. If it doesn’t help you, it’s worthless to me.
I want you to get out of fear, uncertainty, and doubt, and into taking action which gives you real, breathtaking results.
You love over-analyzing, I love focused action. Seems like a nice mix to me.
Amber Suttle, Writer, INTJ
I have always known that I was different from my friends, though I didn’t understand why until I took my first class in Personality Theory and discovered the MBTI. Growing up I was more interested in books than playing with my friends. I have always had a constant thirst for information and an ability to look at things from a perspective of logic and critical thinking.
It became clear to me early on that Human Development was the area that I wanted to focus my studies, having always been fascinated by the human brain. After my Bachelor’s degree in Human Development, I received a Master’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Behavior Analysis.
I currently am employed as a Behavior Specialist working with people who are dual diagnosed with developmental disabilities and mental health problems, and I love what I do because I get to explore my passion and expand my knowledge every day.
Less than 1% of women are classified as INTJ and I am one of them. I may be an outsider, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.
Elle Pellano, Writer, INTJ
I used to believe that there were just two personality types: (1) the introvert, and the (2) extrovert and that the former to which I belong, is a misfit in society.
Most of the time, I had forced myself into the other end of the spectrum. In the whole process of trying to fit in, I became alienated from my real self. I was not happy because it just wasn’t me.
After finding out my personality type through the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), I had come up with the biggest decision in my life that is, to embrace who I really was. MBTI helped me understand myself more and provided me with insights on how to deal with different aspects of my life.
What To Do Next
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All the best to you,