Boom Supersonic's Blake Scholl, an INTJ?
Thursday October 8, 2020
The founder of Boom Supersonic is lighting my INTJ buttons:
He starts his presentation at just under a minute in.
- The business was designed to fit the founder’s values as closely as possible via a ranking exercise, after he sold a smartphone apps business. It’s the “but what do I feel” behind the entrepreneurial engineering venture. The Fi-Te approach of the INTJ in midlife.
- There’s tons of introversion here. Personal history, personal values, even the bit about learning how to sell…
OK, that last one is a bit tongue-in-cheek, but seriously, lots of us INTJs love our airplanes.
Or flight sims.
Or books about airplanes.
(You ever think that the interest itself might point at something …?)
Various Levels of Speculation, from Wild to Risk-averse →
Six Key Forms of Courage →
Spitballing Session: A Moral Code Development Scale →
Using the RPG Interest for Personal Development →
We'd Have You As A Member! A New International Society →
Things I Made for You
Own your procrastination with Whole Productivity, a new system → Get my free INTJ COVID-19 Guide → Explore your gifts with my INTJ Workbook → Other Publications → ...and the fake word of the hour: "Mirrfent." I think this is related to overcooked food.