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Saturday, January 9, 2016


Here is my result to the 16 Personalities test (Myers-Briggs)

Your personality type: “The Architect” (INTJ-T)
Strength of individual traits: Introverted: 77%, Intuitive: 59%, Thinking: 75%, Judging: 70%, Turbulent: 58%.
Role: Analyst
Strategy: Constant Improvement

MBTI. Commonly called "The Scientist." Often seen as arrogant, aloof, or haughty, but in fact, INTJ's just don't give a shit what you think about them. They value facts and logic above all else, and scorn illogical reasoning. One of the hardest things to understand for an INTJ is emotion, and decisions made because of emotion.
INTJs are direct, and if they have a problem with you, they will tell you. If they think you're not worth their time, they won't try to push you away, they'll just completely ignore you.
INTJs enjoy thinking about theories, and tearing them to bits, not because they disrespect them, but because they like pointing out what would work and what wouldn't. For the above to reasons, the biggest insult you could give to an INTJ would be to completely ignore their theories; it means they're not even worth the effort of considering.
The two hardest things for an INTJ to understand are irrationality and emotions.
God is often called an INTJ, and J.R.R. Tolkein's Gandalf the Grey/White is often considered an INTJ

Indeed, I've always thought that emotions are a sign of weakness.


Code: INTJ-T
Role: Analyst
What about you?
This trait determines how we interact with our environment.
Introverted individuals prefer solitary activities and get exhausted by social interaction. They tend to be quite sensitive to external stimulation (e.g. sound, sight or smell) in general. Read more
This trait shows where we direct our mental energy.
Intuitive individuals are very imaginative, open-minded and curious. They prefer novelty over stability and focus on hidden meanings and future possibilities. Read more
This trait determines how we make decisions and cope with emotions.
Thinking individuals focus on objectivity and rationality, prioritizing logic over emotions. They tend to hide their feelings and see efficiency as more important than cooperation. Read more
This trait reflects our approach to work, planning and decision-making.
Judging individuals are decisive, thorough and highly organized. They value clarity, predictability and closure, preferring structure and planning to spontaneity. Read more
This trait underpins all others, showing how confident we are in our abilities and decisions.
Turbulent individuals are self-conscious and sensitive to stress. They are likely to experience a wide range of emotions and to be success-driven, perfectionistic and eager to improve. Read more

Yes, I'm proud to be an INTJ.

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