Through my new system of typology the sixteen Myers Briggs Personality Types are studied and contrasted against modern psychology and more in particular the study of flow. Let’s dig in to what that means!

The Cognitive Functions

Extroverted iNtuition
Novelty-seeking
Extroverted Sensing
Adventuriousness
Extroverted Feeling
Empathy
Extroverted Thinking
Competetiveness
Introverted Sensing
Scepticism
Introverted iNtuition
Reflectiveness
Introverted Thinking
Perfectionism
Introverted Feeling
Introspectiveness

The Sixteen Types

Idealists

Innovators

Doers

Influencers

ENFP – The Renaissance Man/Woman
ENFJ – The Activist
INFJ – The Guru
INFP – The Empath
ENTP – The Da Vinci
ENTJ – The CEO
INTJ – The Strategist
INTP – The Analyst
ESTP – The Entertainer
ESTJ – The Maverick
ISTJ – The Stoic
ISTP – The Fixer
ESFP – The Star
ESFJ – The Queen/King Bee
ISFJ – The Boy/Girl Next Door
ISFP – The Simple Spirit

Erik Thor (INFJ)

How I became the smiling melancholic

My name is Erik Thor and I am an INFJ living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I’ve been studying personality psychology for more than nine years now. Using the flow type approach, I’ve redesigned the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Carl Jung’s theories on the eight cognitive functions.

My goal was to connect these fascinating theories to the study of flow and happiness. Who are we when happy? What do we need to have more flow and energy? Using my insights, I try to help people better their relationships. I hope to help you connect more deeply to others, to find more meaning in life, and to have more success at work.