The INFJ User Guide

The INFJ User Guide 

Get a copy of The INFJ User Guide, which will show you, step-by-step, everything you need to know about being an INFJ!

Best of all, you'll get the support, know-how, and motivation you need to clear the uncertainty, finally get out of analysis paralysis and take action on fulfilling your true purpose in life! 

The INFJ User Guide will help you:  

  • Discover what makes you tick and what is normal operating procedure for INFJs.
  • Identify the biggest motivators for your personality, then translate those into a practical action plan giving you the steps you need to move forward in your purpose.
  • Clear the confusion and create an organized system for you to follow to figure out what is going on with your emotions and your habits.
  • Dive deep into what you like and what you want in an easy-to-follow plan that actually makes learning about your personality FUN!
  • Discover what you don't like and why it's ok for you to not be extroverted and social all the time.
  • Learn how to get--and keep--your needs and wants in view through diving into your desire to help others and your weakness of not being able to help yourself.
  • Develop smart strategies for planning your life right now.

It's a must-read for every INFJ.  

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The INFJ User Guide contains everything you could want to know about learning you are an INFJ and understanding your personality type.

What does it mean to be INFJ?

Let's talk about the basics. You are not broken, you were made this way on purpose.

Strengths & Weaknesses

These are the best and worst things about you. How do we emphasize the good and work through the not so good?

INFJ Meaning

We'll work through what each letter means and how it affects you in your everyday life.


All about how INFJs manage relationships from friends to family to life partners. And working in that all important alone time.

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About the Author

Sarah Kuhn is the writer behind the INFJ Woman brand and the host of The Quiet Ones podcast. Every week Sarah encourages thousands of INFJs to find more purpose in their lives and live their most authentic lives as the rarest MBTI personality type. 

Sarah grew up in the Midwestern part of the United States but moved to the South to finish her education at the University of North Carolina. Her love of learning drove her well past the typical 4 year college degree. She spent 10 years in college, studying Business, Marketing, Criminal Justice and Mechanical Engineering. 

After college Sarah pursued her dream of working with professional athletes. She spent 3 years working as a marketing and public relations manager for an agency that managed NASCAR race car drivers along with other professional athletes. Outside of that position she has used her knowledge of business and marketing working in digital marketing in a variety of industries including technology, nonprofit, entertainment and hospitality. 

While in college she learned about the MBTI personality assessment which started another research and learning journey for her. Sarah’s infatuation with studying personality types grew for more than 8 years and eventually turned into an obsession when she discovered her type was INFJ. She used her knowledge of personality types and her desire to help other INFJs when she started her blog in 2019 called INFJ Woman. To date, her blog has over 300,000 views and a following on social media of over 60,000. 

In August 2019, she launched her podcast about INFJs called The Quiet Ones. It currently has over 40 episodes out and 40,000 downloads. She’s interviewed influential INFJs like psychotherapist Ross Rosenberg, who has done groundbreaking research on the effects of narcissism and self-love deficiency.

When she’s not writing or recording her podcast, you can find Sarah at home in Boston, exploring the beaches along the Atlantic coast, or spending time with her friends. 

Sarah set out with one goal in writing her blog: to help even just one INFJ feel seen and heard and understood. She is dedicated to this path of acceptance, healing and growth in being healthy INFJ women.