Also, people who want to take care of people and can’t stand doing work that doesn’t relate to that should probably be parents.There are very few jobs that are truly just taking care of people. So you may as well do it for your own family, where the pay is not so important.It’s never the INFPs fault for choosing crappy people for relationships.

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But ironically, most yoga teachers who start studios are not paying attention to other people at all. Otherwise you risk being a non-differentiated yoga teacher, or worse, a middle-aged man chasing her.

And most entrepreneurs who are raking in money are paying very careful attention to what helps other people.

Elizabeth Kübler-Ross in her book On Death and Dying, wrote that people experience five stages of grief when they are confronted with significant loss like receiving news of terminal illness.

As the real world begins crowding into the INFPs idealized world, INFPs realize that we have to let go of the our idealize version of the world.

Most of us would benefit from a more broad view of helping people.

For example, working at a company that sells widgets and being an amazing manager actually improves the lives of employees and their families.INFPs in the anger stage have few friends and work at jobs they feel is beneath their natural talent.Bad relationships are always about the INFP getting mistreated in some way.INFPs start moving out of denial phase about 6 months after they started paying rent and stopped doing laundry at their parent’s house.Stage 2: Anger The anger stage manifests as placing blame. INFPs believe that the world is too shallow, materialistic and uncaring to recognize the awesomeness of the INFP’s individuality.I have gone to classes in Madison, WI, Chicago and LA. Of course every yoga studio brings peace, harmony, and blah blah blah. To a non-pro, most classes are similar, but either hard or easy. If you just tell people the list of poses you’ll do, you aren’t special at all. Of course teaching 100 people over a weekend is more profitable than 50 over the course of a week. But you have to have your own studio to get invited to workshops. You can’t sell yoga to people—the customers already know they should do it. When you have a steady paycheck, you can focus on helping people instead of drumming up business.