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[Podcast] Introvert and Extrovert

Today we’re talking with Michele Kus about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment and what defines introverts and extroverts.

Michele is a phenomenal lady who loves the Lord and has a kingdom perspective on how the MB assessment reveals how God created us. She became a MB practitioner in 1999. She has been helping people of all ages better understand themselves using these and other coaching tools for the past 18 years. Michele holds a master’s degree in educational ministries from Wheaton College. Her life’s passion is to help others fully become who God meant them to be. I know you will enjoy hearing our conversation about why introverts and extroverts are the way they are! And you may learn a little about me, too. 🙂


  • The women who developed the Myers-Briggs assessment and what it has to do with bringing peace-keeping to the world.
  • Why there is no such thing as an ambivert.
  • Are online tests accurate?
  • The reasons why introverts need some down time and extroverts need to be around people.
  • What makes Michele and me unique as INFJs (introverted external feelers).


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About Jill Monaco

Jill Monaco is the publisher and editor-in-chief of Single Matters magazine and the creator of the program for singles "" As a speaker and author, she is known for captivating audiences with her high-energy, humorous approach to life’s serious issues. She also loves meeting with people one-on-one and helping them encounter God through Freedom Life Coaching. Her passion is to encourage people to pursue the presence of God because it is there that love is poured out upon them so it may be released through them. Her greatest desire is to love people well in the name of Jesus.
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