Top 5 Always Uttori Obsessions

Going with our theme for the month of July (If you haven’t heard, Always Uttori is celebrating our one year anniversary this month), I think it's time for me to share the inspirations behind our editorial focus. So, these are my confessions . . . oops, I meant obsessions, or, let's put it this way, [...]

MBTI and the Five Factors of Personality

Intro A few weeks ago, we talked about the Enneagram test, a personality test that complements the Myers-Briggs Type Indicators quite well. Today, we are going to talk about another measure of personality, the Five Factors of Personality (also known as Big Five). There are many similarities between MBTI and the Five Factors of Personality. [...]

A Quick Guide to Enneagram and the INTJ

A Quick Guide to Enneagram and the INTJ If you're someone who is interested in personality profiles, like Myers Briggs, it's likely that you have come across the Enneagram before. Besides being yet another personality profile, fans of Enneagram can use the test together with Myers Briggs to deepen understanding of the personalities of others, [...]

The INTJ Mastermind Series Part 4: Systematization Toolkit

Welcome back to another installment of the INTJ Mastermind Series. Today, we're sharing tools from our Mastermind Systematization kit. If you missed the previous posts, you can check out part 1 here, part 2.0 here, and part 2.5 here. As always, I would love to know your thoughts on this, and any other blog post. It [...]

MBTI Manifesto

AN MBTI Manifesto 2016 can be described as many things. In the fashion industry, it was, surprisingly, a year of manifestos. See here, and here. The rest of us have been plodding along, just trying to make it through all of 2016's depressing news. Now, as we are in the second week of a new [...]

Part 2: Surviving Two INTJ kids: Please, Someone Help Us! Sincerely, AN INFJ and An (E/I) NTP Parent

Last week, I interviewed my INFJ mom on her thoughts about raising 2 INTJ kids. This week, the spotlight is on my E/I NTP dad, which is, incidentally, just the way he likes it. As a quick side note, my dad is an ambivert, which means that some days he is more introverted; and other days [...]