Registration for Intuitive Creativity Is Now OPEN

I just opened up registration for my new class!

You can find everything you need to know (and also sign up) here:


And I created a short video to give you an overview of this class and what it’s all about:

If you have any questions at all, feel free to contact me here.

I hope I see you in this class!

Lauren Sapala is the author of The INFJ WriterThe INFJ Revolution, and the creator of Energy and Intuition for INFJs, an online course for INFJs on intuition, relationships, creativity, and more. She is also currently offering a free copy of her book Firefly Magic: Heart Powered Marketing for Highly Sensitive Writers to anyone who signs up for her newsletter. SIGN UP HERE to get your free copy.

Why INFJs and INFPs Need an Intuitive Creative Process

INFJ personality types and INFP personality types love to try new methods of time management and productivity, and new methods of creativity. However, most of these methods don’t work for intuitive personality types. Instead, they make INFJ personality types and INFP personality types feel worse about themselves.

This is because INFJ personality types and INFP personality types are very different from the mainstream population, and so the mainstream methods just don’t fit them. Sometimes INFJs and INFPs can take one of these methods and use it for a short period of time, or hack it in such a way that they can make it fit for a little while. But over the long term they will tend to abandon these methods and then be right back where they started, and that means feeling frustrated and alone. Continue Reading

INFJs and INFPs, Neurodivergence, and Lack of Focus

INFJ personality types and INFP personality types tend to judge themselves harshly for not sticking with projects and not finishing things. They blame themselves for a “lack of focus.” But what most INFJs and INFPs don’t know is that they are not the problem, and what they call a “lack of focus” is really a sign of a gifted neurodivergent mind.

“Lack of focus” is one of the most commonly reported problems from INFJ personality types and INFP personality types when it comes to finishing creative projects. Many INFJs and INFPs will say: Continue Reading

Why No One Understands INFJ and INFP Creativity

INFJ personality types and INFP personality types are two of the most highly creative types out of all the MBTI types. However, they are also the two types that suffer from the most self-doubt about their creativity. There is one very good reason INFJ personality types and INFP personality types struggle so much with self-doubt in this area, and that’s because no one understands INFJ and INFP creativity.

The truth is that INFJ personality types and INFP personality types are highly creative. Both types have no trouble coming up with new ideas, asking a lot of questions, wondering “why” and “what if,” and connecting seemingly unconnected things. These traits are all hallmarks of strong creativity. However, for most of their lives, whenever an INFJ or an INFP tries to share their creativity with others, they are told they are doing it the wrong way. Continue Reading

Last Day to Register for FREE for the Creative Empath Summit

Today is the last day to register for the Creative Empath Online Summit.

The Creative Empath Summit is a line-up of 14 amazing speakers, each sharing knowledge on different aspects of life as an empath, and how to embrace your empath abilities in order to live a more fulfilled life.

Once you register, you’ll get access to all 14 videos (each about 60 min), and you’ll have access for a full 90 DAYS. That’s three months to work your way through a ton of valuable empath knowledge at your own pace.

It’s all totally FREE, you just have to register to get the links directly to your inbox: