If you want to get deeper into the MBTI system, then you need to go beyond the dichotomies and even deeper than the functions. Learning about the shadow functions and how they will affect your personality and your development, is a good way to start these explorations. It will open up new paths of development […]
(After popular demand on Key Difference between INTP and INTJ to see a “more fair” presentation the two types PersonalityClub prepared this post. We hope you enjoy it.) In the MBTI system, there are several personality types that get mixed up. This is usually because of biases about the good and bad qualities of each […]
ISFJ (Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging) is one of the sixteen personality types defined by the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) test. ISFJs are a fairly common type, making up about 13% of the population. ISFJs are caring and helpful. They are devoted to protecting and helping out those in need. ISFJs have very strong family ties […]
ISFPs are creative and imaginative, with well-developed aesthetic senses. They are naturally suited for work in music, art, design, or other areas where an eye for beauty is important.
INFPs see the world, and those around them, not as they are but as they could be. Their strong principles are a source of strength and comfort against whatever the world might throw at them.
ESTPs are defined by action. They are quick, restless thinkers and poor planners. They’d rather just jump into a situation with both feet, and if things go wrong, they can always adjust on the fly.
ESFPs live by the principle that “all the world’s a stage” and they want to be the stars. Outgoing, energetic, and impulsive, they are natural performers and entertainers.
INTPs are creatures of logic. Calm, controlled, and studious, INTPs are driven by the search for reason. For INTPs, the principles behind anything can be figured out given enough time. In fact, INTPs often get caught up on thinking for its own sake; the stereotypical figure of the “absent-minded scientist” is based on INTP behavior.
ESTJs, The Supervisors, can bring clarity and direction to confused situations, and help others focus on what needs to be done to achieve solutions.
ISTJs are clear-sighted, logical, and efficient. They are planners rather than spontaneous, and prefer order and routine in their work and home lives. These celebrities fit the bill.