Announcing the Creative Empath Online Summit! It Starts Sep 5 and It’s ALL FREE.

For the past few months I’ve been organizing an online summit ALL about empaths and empath issues, and I’m so excited to finally announce that it’s going live next week!

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.

The Creative Empath Summit is absolutely FREE.

Once you register, you’ll get access to every speaker’s interview as soon as they go live.

After the interviews air, you’ll get access to all of them for 90 days—that’s 3 months that you’ll have to dig deep into the wisdom offered by these incredible teachers.

You will need to register to save your spot, so don’t delay:


Are INFJs Scared of Power?

Why is “power” such a loaded word for INFJ personality types? And why do INFJ personality types feel so uncomfortable having power, wielding power, or stepping into their own power? This is because power issues are quite common for INFJ personality types. One of the INFJ personality type’s biggest struggles in life is that they are terrified of their own power. The INFJ personality type must deal with this issue and face it head on, if they want to live their best life.

INFJ personality types and INFP personality types are two types that feel very uncomfortable with power. These two types tend to equate “power” with “authority” and “oppression,” and they have a hard time believing that they can be powerful, without it costing someone else something. Continue Reading

Why INFJs Can’t Get What They Want Out of Life

One of the questions I hear the most often from INFJ personality types is:

How come I’m always dissatisfied?

Many INFJs feel like they are never content in life, and most of us blame ourselves. We believe it’s a problem with our own perspective, or an issue with us not being grateful enough for what we have. But this isn’t just a “you” problem, this is an INFJ problem.

For INFJ personality types, experiencing a high quality of life is very important. We’re not satisfied with just having a steady job that pays the bills, and sharing social connections with people just because we have a few superficial things in common. Continue Reading

The Problem of Success for INFJs and INFPs

INFJ and INFP personality types are two of the MBTI types that tend to have the most trouble feeling successful in life. It’s a problem that not many of us talk about, but almost all of us deal with at one time or another.

We might work a stressful, demanding job and not be paid very much, or we might always be taken advantage of at work. We might be passed over for promotions. We also have trouble feeling successful in our social lives. Many INFJ and INFP personality types feel like most of the people in our social circle don’t appreciate our quiet gifts. Continue Reading

How to Protect Your Creative Work from Criticism

One of the biggest fears that people deal with around creativity is the fear of what other people will think. Many of us try to tell ourselves that we don’t care, but this just isn’t true. We worry that we will be judged or criticized if we put our creative work out there.

Sometimes we’re worried that people will judge our work as inadequate and then we’ll feel like we have no talent as a writer or an artist. Sometimes we’re scared that others will misunderstand us and not grasp the message we’re trying to convey through our work. We might also worry that we will offend family, friends, or even strangers. Continue Reading