An INTJ Guide to COVID-19 Resilience
Tuesday April 7, 2020
I’m releasing a free, 19-page INTJ Guide to COVID-19 Resilience in case it can be helpful to other INTJs. I’m making this guide available for free in order to support the worldwide community of INTJs (yes, there is such a thing!).
Download the Guide
HTML Version (BETA, needs some work) →
I’ve been pretty busily engaged since the beginning of the pandemic really hit here, so this is later than I wanted it to be. Still, I hope it’s helpful. It contains a lot of information that ought to be useful, pandemic or no.
If you get a chance to read it, I’d love to hear what you think.
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