We can regard the INFP comfort zone as any person, place, or situation where INFPs can be free, genuine, and remain emotionally unthreatened. What does the INFP comfort zone look like? Within their dreamlands, INFPs spend hours constructing reels of perfection, what-ifs, and creative possibilities. Meanwhile, in the tangible world, it could be anywhere from
“Should I find another job or go back to school?”“What career path should I thrive on?”“Out of 32 hobbies, where do I focus on?” If these frustrations sound familiar to you, then you’re not alone. Dang, these indecisive nights were probably the most agonizing parts of our life as INFP. What’s worse, INFP’s indecisiveness gravely
Psychologist William Knause estimated that a whopping 90% of college students procrastinate. About 25% of them have issues with time management and drop out of school. In 2018, Rescue Time’s research states that on average, people spend 3 hours and 15 minutes a day (49.4 days per year) using their phones. We get a lot
It was in 2013 when I first recognized how interests gravely impact the course of our lives. Being a random and spontaneous person with too many interests, I was clueless about where I would end up. I was an Architecture student back then. It wasn’t even my first choice — well, I didn’t have a first choice.