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Through use social media and internet radio, Ryan uses his eloquent way with words to help raise autism awareness.
Building from the topic I started my last blog post, the INFP personality type is an uncommon type.
Otto Kroeger, another authority on 16 personality types, created a descriptive slogan for INFPs, which is “Performing Noble Service to Aid Society”.
The reason why both Keirsey and Kroeger feel this way about this type is because INFPs, who make up about 4 percent of the general population, are deeply focused on their values and, basically, devote their lives to pursuing this ideal. Obviously, all these names are meant to express one thing: The INFP have their own ideal vision of the world and their own take on how things should work, and they quietly push for what they feel is right.
That is, men are expected to be decisive and assertive problem solvers.
This is what he wrote, “I have no experience editing but I love your writing and the only way I can figure out how to be able to read more of it is to be your editor.” Maybe he didn’t write that exactly, but something like that.
It will be a slow, slight smile, but it will be a big smile inside. Very little happens on the outside, but lots and lots on the inside. He is too weird because everything has to be about meaning, and deep purpose. He gets paid a lot in his day job, which is compliance.
The first thing he edited he cut 75% of what I wrote. And then I wondered what I had published earlier that he would have cut. I am weird because everything has to be about money and how I will expand my empire. He makes sure the rules and the systems to follow the rules are in sync.
They are at their best making their world more in line with their internal vision of perfection.
INFP Personality Overview INFPs have an unconventional streak to them; unlike ISTJs, they aren’t interested in following traditions.
Instead, they prefer to explore things on their own and decide what is right without consulting anyone.
While attending school, he was a member of the marketing honor society Alpha Mu Alpha.
Ryan was diagnosed with pervasive developmental disorder (otherwise not specified autism) at age 12.