One Year Anniversary: Top 10 Always Uttori Articles

One Year Anniversary: Top 10 Always Uttori Articles Always Uttori is back from our summer hiatus, and this month, we're celebrating our one year anniversary. Today, we are taking a look back at our ten most popular articles to date. If, for some reason, you missed one of the top ten articles, then what are [...]

Introvert Love: Sweet Love, Valentine’s Day Look 2

Loving the Paradoxical Girl We’ve talked paradoxes many times before; but this week, we are talking about loving the paradoxical nature of the INTJ female. Other girls may be made up of sugar and spice, but INTJ females are made up of paradoxes. Have your eye on an INTJ female, but not sure about loving [...]

INTJ Music Playlist #8: Paradoxical Love

We often talk about paradoxes in the INTJ community. For the INTJ female, love is the ultimate paradox. It's a lot of work to pull us in, but once we're there, we're one of the most committed types. So, whether you’re tethered or single, love can be complicated for the INTJ female. This playlist will [...]

INTJ Principles of the Holidays

As much as we like to perpetuate our grumpy cat stereotype, INTJs are not, in fact, always grumpy cats.  Instead, we straddle the paradox (yes, another paradox) of being rule breakers, but also traditionalists. This is because INTJs are both rational and creative. We don’t break rules for the sake of breaking rules, we only break rules [...]

Discussing INTJ Paradoxes Part 2: Objective Emotive

Can Ya Dig? You know what they say about us. INTJs — they're cynical. They're unemotional. They're savages robots - barely even human. They, whoever they are, post these statements on the internet and assume that because INTJs do not broadcast their emotions that we do not possess them. But, dig deeper, a bit more [...]

Discussing INTJ Paradoxes Part 1: Socratic Paradox

Today I want to go deeper into the idea of paradoxes and discuss a common INTJ paradox: knowledgeable, but insecure. In fact, this paradox has a name, it’s called the Socratic Paradox. The Greek philosopher Plato credited his teacher Socrates as having said, “All that I know is that I know nothing.” Although, there is [...]