From Michele Burch Reid, MS

Principal at LCI, Legacy Consulting Institute
Introverted Feeling (FI)

Introverted Feeling (FI)

Introverted Feeling (FI) ISFJ - INFJ   The function is making decisions based on your personal values and being concerned more with how things impact you personally than how the group is impacted. Uses personal, deeply held values to ensure an inner sense of...

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Extraverted Feeling (FE)

Extraverted Feeling (FE)

Extraverted Feeling (FE) ESFJ - ENFJ   The function is making decisions based on the value system that is concerned with the well-being of people. These values are more global and cultural than personal. The goal is to maintain group harmony.   For...

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Introverted Thinking (TI)

Introverted Thinking (TI)

Introverted Thinking (TI) ISTJ - INTJ   The function is making decisions based on data, categories, and theories inside your mind. Analyzing & comparing systems with others make improvements.   For example:The function is making decisions based on data,...

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Extraverted Thinking (TE)

Extraverted Thinking (TE)

Extraverted Thinking (TE) ESTJ - ENTJ   The function is making decisions about the external world using objective facts. Applies criteria in a logical way while staying within the rules and policies to arrive at a defendable position or decision.   For...

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Introverted Intuition (NI)

Introverted Intuition (NI)

Introverted Intuition (NI) INTJ - INFJ   The function is when you get insights that seem to come from nowhere. Information, facts, and data are stored and then internally processed. This later emerges from the unconscious.   For example:Those “aha’ moments....

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Extraverted Intuition (NE)

Extraverted Intuition (NE)

Extraverted Intuition (NE) ENTP - ENFP "What IT MEANS"   The function when we are focusing our attention on the multiple possibilities. Making connections & patterns between items in our external world. These possibilities are sparked by our external world....

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Introverted Sensing (SI)

Introverted Sensing (SI)

Introverted Sensing (SI) ISTJ - ISFJ "What WAS"   The function when we are focusing our attention on remembering, using our 5 senses. Not in real-time. Amazingly skilled at recalling details.   For example:Listening to a dog bark. When our brain focuses on...

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Extraverted Sensing (SE)

Extraverted Sensing (SE)

Extraverted Sensing (SE) ESTP - ESFP"What IS"   The function when we are focusing our attention on the real and present world, using our 5 senses.   For example:Listening to a dog bark. When our brain focuses on the sound of the dog barking, it is exercising...

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Eight Cognitive Functions of the MBTI

Eight Cognitive Functions of the MBTI

The 16 MBTI types can be simplified into 8 Cognitive Functions Important to remember: Everyone uses all 8 functions Our type determines our ability to use each function 2 will serve as our strengths 2 will serve as our weakness or blind spots The remaining 4 are our...

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Importance of Non-Verbal Communication

Importance of Non-Verbal Communication

The other day while I was grooming my horse, it hit me how important non-verbal communication is. In the words of Keith Whitley, There is so much that is being said “when you say nothing at all”. There is so much trust, loyalty, vulnerability, and even communication...

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Why Personality Type training can be effective?

Why Personality Type training can be effective?

,   Personality Type training can be effective for a variety of reasons: Leadership Development: Knowing your inherent strengths and limitations is a vital part of effective leadership. Through targeted training, learn how to recognize your instinctive leadership...

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When God Pushes Us Through Our Fear

When God Pushes Us Through Our Fear

When I'm facing difficult times and feeling “super challenged", it would be easy to scream out in fear, "Good Lord why me"? Instead, I remind myself of my love for my children and His love for His children. I'm reminded of a time when my middle child wanted to learn...

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12 Quotes that Inspire An Attitude of Gratitude

12 Quotes that Inspire An Attitude of Gratitude

1. “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation isnot to utter words, but to live by them.” — John F. Kennedy   2 "Gratitude is riches. Complain is poverty.” — Doris Day   3 “Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes...

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