Do you feel like no one is “on your level”?
This is very common for INTJs.
You probably already realize this isn't because you're “smarter” than everyone (though at times it sure feels like it). It's because most people won't dedicate as much time to refining their ideas as you do.
So when you discuss an idea with someone else, their thinking seems shallow. Why? Because at some point the other person may not be willing or able to follow you down the "rabbit hole" of thought.
Their talents lie in other areas.
They haven't spent nearly as much time as you thinking about it. It's not intrinsically rewarding to them to refine ideas.
This leaves many INTJs feeling isolated, lonely, and misunderstood...
...even by their closest friends or loved ones.
INTJs face other challenges too:
You can be an excellent procrastinator and convince yourself that making a plan is the same thing as executing a plan.
Failure can be hard to accept because if you were so darn smart, how could you have possibly have made a mistake or miscalculation?
And, if you've been hurt in the past, unresolved emotional conflicts can eat away at you from the inside and rob you of productivity.
At Personality Hacker, we've worked with hundreds of INTJs who have faced and overcome these challenges and others.
And today, we want to help you do the same.