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 …?)
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