Kevin Price, Editor at Large for USA Business Radio and Host of the Price of Business Show, has recently become hooked on Quora. In addition to daily hosting the Price of Business, Kevin has numerous writing obligations on this and other sites for which he serves as an editor and with his syndicated column, so we decided that if he’s going to write at Quora, he is going to share that content on this website. If you are on Quora, make sure to follow Kevin. You can check out his page here: https://www.quora.com/profile/Kevin-Price-67.
Kevin’s hot topics on Quora are history, free market economics, philosophy, and Myers Briggs typology, and many others. The following is one of his recent answers to the question in the title.
So as an INTJ, I can see where an ENFP would be interested in such a connection. I really enjoy the ENFPs in my life. They are among the few that “get” the INTJ and INFJ (one of my best friend’s is an INFJ and he’s married to an ENFP, a great fit).
I’m going to focus on the INTJ, since I am one.
INTJs seem to like forums online based on their individual interests and passions. This site seems to have a large representation of rationales (NTs).
In the “real” world, consider bookstores, particular unique ones (vs. the “big box ones). Also, they can be found in museums, lectures on particular topics that they are interested in, and other places where people follow intellectual pursuits.
You might want to get one of the several APPs that help you connect with people in the city you live. Here are a few examples:
I’m a huge fan of Meetup. There you will find groups exclusively for introverts, which lets you eliminate 75% of the riffraff (literally). Plus you can find groups that include book clubs (a great place to meet INTJs) and other obvious hangouts for the specific introverts you are seeking. This is for people to meet in the real world and is very useful.
Ostensibly a dating APP, I am told it is so much more. It is just a great place to meet potential friends and get to know them before actually dating. I have never used this site myself, but I have heard people say they enjoyed it.
Another APP I haven’t used, but with over 100 million participants and the ability to state your interest and connect accordingly, the potential is amazing.
You can also get information on other great APPs by checking out. Some are more useful than others, but I think there are several others that can help you make real world connections with INTJs and INFJs.
The following are “meet up” or dating sites specifically for Myers Briggs. I cannot vouch for them, but I think they are worth researching:
Good luck on your quest!
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