2018 INTJ Valentine’s Day (or Not) Gift Guide

2018 INTJ VALENTINES DAY (OR NOT) GIFT GUIDE: Loving love is all good fun until you break bae's heart by getting the totally wrong gift. Suddenly, turns out you aren’t the one after all. Boy, bye! Ok, so there's more to romance than getting a nice gift. Romance is about getting the perfect gift. Really. It is.

January INTJ Challenge: Let’s Get Real!

We began this month with an exploration of newly emerging identity frameworks and how they might be used as a starting place for the annual practice of goal-setting. Identity frameworks, such as MBTI, Enneagram, Five Factor, and others are a good starting point for us to imagine the path we’d like our lives to take.

INTJ Mastermind | The Gamified Self

If psychologists view setting a resolution (or goal) as an organizing action that aids in revealing personality, it is only reasonable to ask ourselves how we decide on the elements that we use to inform the mental models used to help us decide when we have achieved a goal.

INTJ Mastermind: Quantifying You

INTJ Mastermind: Quantifying You: Don’t you dread January and all the talk about a new year, a new you? While the practice of making resolutions is a centuries old tradition – cultures as far back as the Babylonians made resolutions—in this present time, we know that resolution-making tends to be an exercise in futility . . .

2018 Greetings, 2017 Staff Favorites, and Always Uttori Changes

2018 Greetings, 2017 Staff Favorites, and Always Uttori Changes: Because we launched this blog post in July, we often view July as the beginning of the new year for Always Uttori. Yet, there is no doubt that a new calendar year brings with it a sense of excitement and thoughts of renewal as does July. We can't help but wish to harness the energy of the new year by setting goals for this blog, which continues to grow far beyond our expectations.

INTJ Music Playlist #19: INTJ Female and Proud

INTJ Music Playlist #19: INTJ Female and Proud: It’s a new year and time for another dose of INTJ female empowerment. It can be easy to be overly critical as you assess what you'd like to change in the new year. Even so, it's also a good time to celebrate your strengths as part of your resolution planning.