Free 5 Pillars to an INFJ EPIC LIFE Poster: http://bit.ly/5pillarsepiclife
1-on-1 Coaching http://bit.ly/wenzescoaching
Join Bootcamp Waiting List http://bit.ly/bootcampWL
INFJ Life Coach Lesson: Today, we're talking about why others put INFJs on a pedestal. You've seen this. This isn't the first time that this has happened to you. You've met somebody and they see you as this perfect image of what they would want you to be. We've seen this as something that we're proud of. We've experienced this many times, but very often, once you've been put on this pedestal, people expect you to be that version. And every single time you, as an INFJ, try to be yourself, you try to break out of that shell, what happens? People feel like you've manipulated them. They cut you off. They ghost you. They treat you really badly. And we don't know why that happened. What is the first thing INFJs do at that moment? They try to convince the other person that indeed they had no bad intentions, that they are trying their best. And it's something that we do on such a constant level, not understanding what kind of dynamic is actually happening. Why is this going on? Is it our fault? Is it something that we actually have control over? Because let's be honest, it hurts like hell. If the person has put you on a pedestal, you feel like on cloud nine and when it breaks off because it never turns out that after that you'll have a normal relationship with that person, it's always tension that is created. And it's always something that makes you feel bad.
Additional Free Material:
Free "PRODUCTIVE WEEK FOR INFJ" Poster: http://bit.ly/2REtVyc
Free INFJ Email Course: http://bit.ly/2VGAq8N
5 Pillars to an EPIC LIFE Poster: http://bit.ly/5pillarsepiclife
#INFJ #INFJLIFECOACH #LIFECOACHING
Are you the creator of this podcast?
and pick the featured episodes for your show.
Connect with listeners
Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fansYes, let's begin connecting
Find new listeners
Understand your audience
Engage your fanbase