INFP New Year’s Resolutions
“My Introversion feeds my soul, and keeps me sane. In 2016, I will honor it, and not criticize myself for not being more social, or “outgoing.” AND I will make an effort to be aware of real opportunities to connect or network with others, as they arise, and act on them when they will bring value into my life.”
“Intuition is my primary way of knowing. In 2016, I will honor Intuition, “vibes”, gut feelings, and the like, as my best source of information. AND I will be open to data and “facts”, when presented without a hidden agenda (e.g., Politics), yet maintain my right to make my decisions based on my Inner Knowing, my Inner Authority.”
“Feelings are my divining rod, my GPS, telling whether I am moving in the direction of “Feeling Better”, or in the direction of “Feeling Worse.” In 2016, will honor my feelings, and always try to choose in the direction of “Feeling Better.” AND I will also honor logic, being careful to assess whether it is supporting rhetoric or orneriness, which it often does. Sorry.”
“I like to look at the options, and in 2016, I will continue to honor my right to do so, despite the impatience of the Js in my life. I will decide when I am ready to decide. AND I understand how some Js might find this frustrating, so I hereby authorize them to do whatever they want, whenever they want, and not wait on me. AND when I have an important decision to make, of course I will make it.”
That is my commitment to myself for 2016. Please Share this post.
Dr. James Michael Nolan