On the Need to Be Remembered

I’m probably one of the only people in my English class who is actually enjoying most of the readings, besides my English teacher, but we recently read The Unknown Citizen by W. H. Auden. In a way, The Unknown Citizen is in relation to The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, honoring an unknown person of high standard…

INFP Careers – Part #3 – (INFP Careers)

In the past posts I’ve talked about how most INFPs feel about most careers and about the many misconceptions people have about INFPs and careers. Today, I’ll talk about a few careers that INFPs have been passionate about. Many INFPs need a career where they can channel their creative impulses. An independent career where they…

INFP Career Misconceptions – Part #2 – (INFP Careers)

In my previous post that I posted many months ago (sorry about the delay), I discussed the common feelings INFPs have for most work environments. INFPs get new ideas constantly, and any idea or project they aren’t passionate about will often get thrown away. Most ideas are easy to start but impossible to finish. In the…

On “Mundane” Tasks – Part #1 – (INFP Careers)

Many INFP profiles will state that INFPs have trouble sticking with their careers, constantly switching jobs over dissatisfaction in their work. The work personality side to the INFP is very complicated, and one that may be misunderstood by others. Nowadays, finding a job is hard, and for INFPs, enjoying their jobs is even harder. Sure,…