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Knowing if we were right or wrong about our instincts improves our chances of being right the next time.
One caveat: The INFP’s Introverted Feeling is great for decisions about our internal world like deciding the kind of person we want to be.
Successful INFPs nurture the Introverted Feeling function by taking the next step and trusting their gut instincts enough to make changes.
When INFPs take action, we know immediately if our gut instinct was right.
All MBTI preferences have strengths and weaknesses. Nurturing strengths means improving those qualities that give us the outcomes we want.
Mitigating weaknesses means finding ways to compensate for those qualities that move us from our goals. I may not know if I’m doing it right, but I definitely know if I’m doing it wrong.
So my boyfriend/girlfriend dumped me but I’m going to write the best short story from it.
That one thing we’re good at gives us an anchor to hold until the storm passes.
So why do some INFPs get better outcomes then others? Successful INFPs nurture strengths and mitigate weaknesses.
Extroverted Intuition means we make those internal world decisions based on our external sixth sense data.
For example, when I was learning a new martial art, I’d observe the black belts.
We aren’t so good at decisions about our external world like deciding if someone likes us or deciding what job we want.
However, when our gut instinct is wrong, Success Quality 2 bails us out. INFPs are knowledgeable or excel in at least one thing.