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The INFJ and INTJ are similar with regard to their penchant for abstract thinking and exploring the deeper meaning and significance of what’s happening around and within themselves. They are forward thinking and tend to make carefully planned decisions with a future goal or purpose in mind. INFJ and INTJ both share a strong vision of what they want out of life and are compelled to invest in their future and to embark on a meaningful and largely self-reliant path to success however they define it.

The INFJ and INTJ differ in their auxiliary functions and this informs how they use their dominant introverted intuition. Due to their auxiliary Extraverted Thinking, INTJ is more concerned with intuiting about impersonal technical matters. They are more interested in working with systems and information that can be acted upon. They like to leverage and devise technical strategies and methods for achieving their goals and objectives.

INFJ by contrast has Extraverted Feeling, which renders a stronger interest in people and society than in technology and data systems. They are curious about what makes themselves and others tick. They are prone towards psychoanalysis and the exercise of trying to figure people out. They often try to empathize and put themselves in other people’s shoes in order to gain perspective about them and their motivations. Despite their independently introverted nature, INFJ is also disposed towards helping and catering to other’s needs and wishes. INFJs have a stronger interest in pleasing others than the INTJ. Moreover, the INFJ can become a mirror of their environment. Their empathetic nature often causes them to adopt and reflect back the energy and feelings that others express.

INTJ’s feeling function is introverted which means that relative to the INFJ, INTJs develop a more personalized set of moral values according to their own sensibilities. This can make them unapologetically contrarian and less willing to sacrifice their personal values in order to oblige others. With tertiary Introverted Feeling, INTJs consult their own feelings and draw their own conclusions when it comes to matters of moral and personal significance. They are more inclined to give advice than to take it from others. However, INTJs generally recognize and support an individual’s right to make their own decisions and deal with the consequences.

INTJs prefer to keep emotion out of their decision process but may often feel the need to reflect and reassess what is and isn’t important for them and prune away the things in their life that are draining their energy and happiness. They are outwardly decisive and self-assured in their opinions. They prefer to be direct but can sometimes come across as insensitive. INFJs on the other hand are disposed towards diplomacy and tact in how they approach others. The INFJ man or woman is ever-cognizant of the effect their words and actions may have on others.

INFJs use introverted thinking as opposed to the extraverted thinking that INTJs use. INFJs therefore, are inclined to also think critically and cultivate technical understanding about why and how things work. Their intellectual curiosity is often directed towards social and psychological areas. INFJs find it rewarding when they can help people directly through acts of service, teaching, advice and friendship. INFJs would like to perform the role of a sage who is valued for their insight, perspective and counsel.

Although INFJs harbor a sense of individuality, they also want to be a part of something bigger than themselves. Community and group consensus are important to them and something they strive to preserve. INFJs are more comfortable with the language of feeling and emotion and are generally more effective than INTJ at reading people and identifying with them. They aim to understand, instruct and inspire others. INTJs for their part are more concerned about understanding and managing their own world. Their own proficiency is their priority and they can be impatient and critical of perceived incompetence in others. They however, also enjoy sharing information on matters in which they feel they wield intellectual authority.

INTJs tend to develop a firmer and more defined sense of who they are and what they want. INFJs by contrast, find it harder to really sort out their own personal feelings. Although they are good at reading others, INFJs can feel they have a lesser grasp on why they do and feel certain things. Because they are so attuned to the feelings and attitudes of others, they can easily lose sight of their own personal issues and laden themselves with the weight of other people’s emotional baggage as though it were INFJ’s burden to bear.

INFJs on the whole, are inclined to display greater tolerance, empathy and quiet warmth towards others. They are active listeners who genuinely care about what people are thinking and feeling. INFJs tend to feel a vested interest in the plight and problems of other people. They are keen on offering support and encouragement and attending to their emotional and physical wellbeing. INTJs present themselves as more objectivistic and emotionally detached. Although INTJ emotions may show through in their face and behavior, they differ from INFJs in that their personal feelings are more resistant to being influenced or affected by those of others.

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    INTJ Shadow: The Dark Side of INTJ

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    The INTJ is a personality type described as reserved, perceptive, methodical, and decisive. They make plans, take action on them and go about their lives in a very purposeful yet introspective way. This constitutes the INTJ’s conscious ego, but as with the other MBTI types, there is also another side to them. This hidden side is what Carl Jung described as the shadow. The shadow represents the unconscious parts of our psyche that we have less awareness of and control over.  Continue reading

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    The INTJ Personality: What It Means to be the “Architect” MBTI Type

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    If you are an INTJ, it means that you are an introvert who is analytical, structured and very strategic. You go about life in a very purposeful and deliberate way. You are someone who thinks ahead and always has a plan for what you intend to do. Surveys show that the average INTJ plans their life out a minimum of 33 years into the future.

    Recreation and leisure have their place, but these are not things you pursue for their own sake. Rather, you are driven more by a pursuit for what you consider to be meaningful and important. You therefore, prioritize objectives related to achievement and stability.

    You have high standards of competence both for yourself and others. You are goal-driven and seek to implement ideas and carry them out to fruition. People who classify as the INTJ personality type are said to have a clear vision of future possibilities and a strong drive to put things in order.

    As someone who values efficiency, you are inclined to utilize methods and systems that maximize productivity and minimize waste. You are someone who is not short-sighted in your perspective, but rather long range in the scope of your considerations. You resist impulse decisions and prefer to be more strategic, relying on any number of plans and contingency plans you may have prepared. Still, you have a strong sense of what you like and don’t like and this can make it easy for you to decide things quickly.

    Determination and persistence are among your greatest strengths. You possess an ability to bunker down and get things done. You are studious and able to focus for extended lengths of time on mentally intensive work. Moreover, as an INTJ, you understand how to manage your time well, and this skill contributes to the air of professionalism that you bring to the workplace.

    INTJs are rather firm and decisive and quite comfortable with giving direct instructions to others. In contrast to the INTP, who is more inclined to make suggestions, or offer reasons for why something should be done, the INTJ is more apt to simply tell others what to do in rather forthright and blunt terms. They tend to be very assured in their thinking which can make them seem intellectually conceited.

    INTJs tend to be quite self confident. Although they are introverted, they enjoy getting into interesting and stimulating discussions with others. It’s the small talk and shallow and sometimes obligatory social exchanges that they prefer to avoid. Nevertheless, INTJs can, on the outside, appear quite comfortable and confident even in social situations that make them anxious.

    INTJs tend to have a stoic demeanor and are not very emotionally expressive. They prefer to process emotional issues on their own through private reflection and careful analysis. INTJs try to maintain a certain detachment from their personal feelings which is why they can appear so rational, unflappable and cool-headed.

    Despite this, INTJs do have a sense of values and ethics that influence their judgement apart from the logic of their Te-driven objectives. While, they can appear insensitive, cold and aloof at times, INTJs have an element of idealism that underlies their cerebral exterior. While they may not be the most emotionally supportive, INTJs can be excellent providers to their families and loved ones and will likely take a lot of interest in working hard to give their children the best and brightest future possible.

    While INTJs have an affinity for order and structure, they are not necessarily inclined to blindly fall in line or agree with the rules and regulations that they are subjected to. INTJs are critical thinkers who discriminate for themselves what makes sense and what does not. Furthermore, INTJs have a penchant for identifying flaws in systems and ways in which they can be improved. INTJs prefer flexible guidelines that can be applied intelligently and dislike bureaucratic rules and policies that are too rigid and traditional.

    As an INTJ, you also tend to be quite judgemental. You seek resolution and are willing to draw conclusions where the INTP would prefer to remain open to more possibilities. Your instinct is to narrow things down quickly on the basis of logic and efficiency and whatever other criteria you feel is pertinent. Once you reach a conclusion, you are not inclined to doubt or continue questioning your beliefs the way INTPs tend to do.

    INTJs are often avid learners with a knack for research. INTJs can spend a copious amount of time reading and consuming information however they can get it. Moreover, they love to analyze and read between the lines of the information and data they are taking in. They are good at picking up on patterns and forming a picture of where things could be headed for better or worse.

    INTJs don’t care much for social conventions and niceties. They feel little need to be overly polite or inauthentic in order to get people to like them. As an INTJ, you are quite content being in your own company and require little to no attention or external validation from other people. This, however, is not to say that INTJs do not value relationships. INTJs get along well with people who share their interest in meaningful and mentally stimulating discussion but also understand their need for space and alone time.

    INTJs are not the most affectionate companions but they are also not the most controlling either. As a parent, you encourage your children to think for themselves, learn from their experiences and hopefully equip them with the tools to make good decisions. INTJs sometimes turn to their friends and loved ones for advice but in doing so, they are not looking for a shoulder to cry on or someone to give them feel-good reassurances. INTJs desire practical feedback and ideas that can be used or otherwise help them make the right decisions.

    By the same measure, INTJs are not inclined to offer emotional coddling to others. INTJs can appreciate when others come to them for advice because advice is something they love to give. Solving relationship problems are something that INTJ may enjoy trying to solve much like any other puzzle. Among the things that INTJs may need to work on to improve their relations with others is developing more sensitivity and empathy for what others are or might be going through. They may also want to curb some of their arrogant tendencies, try to hear people out fully and not instantly dismiss the opinions of people they perceive as less intelligent.

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    INTJ Weaknesses: 7 Struggles of Being INTJ

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    35 Signs That You have An INTJ Personality

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    INTJs are among the rarest MBTI personalities in the population. INTJ stands for Introvert (I), intuitive (N), Thinking (T), Judging (J). They are dubbed “the architects” and “the masterminds” because they are adept at constructing elaborate and masterful systems to accomplish their ends. Continue reading

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    6 Careers INTJs Should Probably Avoid

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    INTJs are not ones to settle for mediocrity. They have a broad mindset and will naturally seek a career worthy of their grand vision. What they bring to the work force is reliability, thoroughness and efficiency among other things. What they need from their work however, is a creative challenge, freedom to work independently and a meaningful incentive to work hard. That being the case, here is list of 6 careers that INTJs probably ought to avoid.

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    6 High Paying Careers For INTJs

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    INTJs are the among the types most likely to achieve great success in their careers. According to a national sample survey of the most preferred work environment characteristics for each MBTI type, INTJs rated “variety of tasks” as the most important followed by “clear structure”, “independence and achievement”, “teamwork”, and “people of different backgrounds”.

    As an introverted type, INTJs prefer work that affords them some solitude and time for concentration. They dislike boisterous and noisy work spaces where they are forced to be around people all day.

    INTJ In The Workplace

    INTJs desire careers that provide them plenty of new and interesting challenges and problems to solve. They enjoy applying their powers of analysis and intuition to uncover creative and technical solutions. INTJs prefer working with systems and occupations that call for critical thinking and logical order. These personality types are often found in the scientific or technical fields especially that of computer science and law practice.

    A job that features job security and sufficient opportunities for growth and advancement is also important to the INTJ since they are highly future-oriented and calculated in their long term plans. INTJs exhibit a number of strengths that are valuable to their careers. Among them is their high self confidence, quick strategic mind, ability to work independently, and perform their duties reliably seeing projects through all the way to completion.  Here is a list of the top 6 most lucrative career matches for INTJs.

    INTJ Career #6: Political Scientist
    avg. salary $114,300

    INTJs are well suited for a career in political science and fortunately it is one that can compensate them handsomely. Political scientists study the effects that  laws and policies have on society. They are trained to understand the history of politics and the various political ideologies and movements that have shaped and impacted the world.

    They use this knowledge to provide insight, context and historical perspective that may shed a light on the emergent political trends and patterns of today. They forecast and provide predictions backed by analysis and understanding of facts and statistics. Their expertise is often utilized by governments and nonprofit organizations.

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 2% growth from 2016 to 2026 in the number of political science careers. Unfortunately, the Political Science professions are below average in opportunities for advancement and are average in stress levels and schedule flexibility.

    INTJ Career #5: Financial Manager
    avg. salary $121,750

    Financial Manager is another lucrative and stable career recommended for the INTJ personality type. INTJs are said to be excellent with handling numbers and figures and working with data and systems. These skills lend themselves to a career in finance which, by the way, depend on a high level of responsibility and reliability as well.

    INTJs are comfortable with regular schedules and performing day to day tasks and routines. Financial Managers must pay close attention to detail and are required to comply with various laws and regulations. They must also possess strong communication skills in order to explain complex reports in understandable terms with others who are not necessarily familiar with complicated financial jargon.

    The opportunities for advancement in this profession are high but with it comes a high level of stress. The Bureau of labor Statistics estimates that the number of job openings for financial mangers will increase by 19% from now to the year 2026.

    INTJ Career #4: Lawyer
    avg. salary $118,000

    Lawyers sometimes get a bad rap. At their best, they are seen as noble defenders who fight legal battles on behalf of the innocent. At other times, they are depicted as soulless shills who will also fight for clients they know to be guilty. It’s their job but a type such as the INFP may be unwilling to compromise their ethics to defend anyone whose innocence they are uncertain of.

    If there’s anyone who can separate personal values from objective tasks, it’s the INTJ. As a Lawyer, INTJ’s capacity for gathering and analyzing data and evidence can really shine. Their highly logical mind is adept at connecting the dots and can build a compelling case that will be difficult to argue.

    INTJs enjoy solving mysteries and so getting payed to discover the truth they need to discover or proving the claim they are fighting to prove is likely to serve as an appealing career prospect for them.

    INTJ Career #3: Petroleum Engineer
    avg. salary $128,000

    Petroleum engineers design equipment and apparatus for extracting oil from reservoirs. Petroleum engineers collect and analyze data in order to devise a strategy that maximizes safety and cost-effective means of extraction. They must do extensive monitoring and observation before any drilling is done due to the amount of hazards and “unknowns” involved.

    They continually evaluate and improve the systems and methods they employ which is something that is right up an INTJ’s alley on account of their Te (extraverted thinking). This career offer above average opportunities for advancement and growth but also high levels of stress. It is also below average in schedule flexibility which is something that INTJs may not be crazy about.

    INTJ Career #2: IT Manager
    avg. salary $135,800

    INTJs typically possess good management ability and because they are often great with computers, IT Management may be an excellent career path for them. IT managers are information systems experts who assist companies and organizations with implementing and overseeing the operation of computer systems.

    IT managers are typically skilled enough to perform the engineering work of the staff they oversee but their role is more tangential. They mostly spend their time in meeting rooms coordinating technology-related matters with executives and clientele. IT managers also plan and install system upgrades and implement safeguards to protect office networks against hackers and malware.

    INTJ Career #1: Physician
    avg. salary $196,000

    Physicians are experts in running tests to identify and diagnose medical problems and arrange the necessary treatments. The demand for physicians is never short which ensures the job security that INTJs value. Careers in medicine and health care have excellent projected growth.

    Physicians rate above average in opportunities for advancements and salary and flexible work schedules. This career also comes with a high level of stress but since INTJs report the lowest level of stress of all the types with regards to school, it may be that they are best capable of handling the rigors that Physicians endure.

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    ISTJ vs INTJ ~ How To Tell Them Apart

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    [dropcap]O[/dropcap]n the surface, the ISTJ and INTJ similarities can make them appear almost identical to one another. Generally speaking, ISTJ and INTJ both exude a flat affect with a lack of warmth and congeniality. They are both cerebral and phlegmatic in their temperament and may act a bit robot-like.  Maybe this is why ISTJ, ESTJ, ENTJ, and INTJ account for roughly 78 percent of middle grade to flag rank officers in the United States military. [source] 

    A study found that the two predominant types among male atheists were ISTJ (41.4%) and INTJ (14.4%), compared with 16.4% and 3.3% respectively in the wider population. [source] Upon first impression, ISTJs and INTJs may come across as self-absorbed, arrogant, anal-retentive, hypercritical, joyless misanthropes who’s only pleasure in life is popping other people’s idyllic balloons. Although ISTJ and INTJ may appear like twin types, they are quite different. Here is a look at the ISTJ vs INTJ differences and how to tell them apart.

    INTJ vs ISTJ Functions

    INTJ

    1. Introverted Intuition (Ni)
    2. Extraverted Thinking (Te)
    3. Introverted Feeling (Fi)
    4. Extraverted Sensing (Se)

    ISTJ

    1. Introverted Sensing (Si)
    2. Extraverted Thinking (Te)
    3. Introverted Feeling (Fi)
    4. Extraverted Intuition (Ne)


    Si-dom vs Ni-dom

    Ni and Si are essentially opposite functions. Where Ni is concerned with abstract potential, Si is attentive to concrete reality. Introverted intuition reflects on meaning and potential outcomes. It looks past the literal physical appearance of things and infers possible implications of what they represent. But unlike Ne (extroverted intuition) which entertains a multiplicity of impressions to explore, Ni seeks to hone in on a singular truth formulated using the evidence collected (in INTJ’s case) by Te.

    Introverted sensing looks to the past and focuses on proven facts and concrete details to inform the course of action they choose to take. They want to go about doing things “the right way”, following a structured approach that has been proven to work either in their direct experience or by trusted authorities and experts. Si respects rules and practical procedure that is effective and functional. Si is less open to risky ideas and in Si-dom types such as ISFJ and ISTJ, they only resort to this when nothing else is working for them.

    INTJs spend a lot of time pondering the meaning and significance behind occurrences and events they observe in the real world. They are pattern detectors and this ability allows them to foresee long term possibilities that the more present-focused ISTJ is unlikely to recognize. Ni is very abstract and operates primarily from the subconscious but INTJs actively engage it as they observe and contemplate.

    Their thinking faces can appear as a look of displeasure or mild contempt. The “death stare” is when INTJ happens to be looking at someone but is so lost in thought that they don’t realize that they’re staring, sometimes with what appears to be a vaguely menacing scowl. This is probably another example of Ni being being so caught up with abstract cogitations that they are sorely unaware of themselves and their physical environment.

    ISTJs are less likely to become so engrossed with their thoughts that they lose touch with their surroundings. ISTJs are very grounded and connected with reality and what goes on around them. They are attuned and responsive to the sights, sounds, tastes, smells and tactile sensations of world. ISTJs are likely to have a good memory especially of things with sensory significance attached to them. They rely on what they know and tend not to venture outside their comfort zones into unfamiliar territory.

    ISTJs unlike the INTJs are not inclined to dig into abstract implications or assessing things beyond what can readily be ascertained from the facts. ISTJs rely more on black and white thinking and have little regard for the shades of nuance and meaning that could exist interstitially. They want realistic, practical implementable solutions and do not want to get tied up with quixotic idealism that may threaten to upheave their procedures.. They are sometimes willing to entertain unconventional possibilities but they ultimately prefer what is tried and true.

    ISTJ and INTJ both go where the facts take them but it is probably safe to say that there is a spiritual component to the way in which INTJs evaluate and handle facts. INTJs seem to be motivated by transcendence through improvement and pushing the boundaries of what they can know and do. They are rarely satisfied or content with things as they are, and they possess a restlessness that compels them to make things better than they were. They seek to apply the insights that they gain as a means to innovate and make possible what once seemed impossible. ISTJ by contrast is less concerned with innovation and more concerned with doing things “properly” and “by the book”, provided that such procedure has been proven to work.

    Inferior Se vs Inferior Ne

    Another way of determining a person’s type is by identifying their inferior function. The inferior function can manifest subconsciously as a source of insecurity or anxiety. The individual may distance themselves from it and feel uncomfortable or annoyed by people who express it frequently.

    INTJs with their inferior Se for example, tend to put much thought into everything they do and may perceive impulsive and thrill seeking behavior as foolish and meaningless. A suspected INTJ could be outed by their lack of interest in physical thrills such as roller coasters, sports, fancy cuisine or even intimacy. Many INTJs may lament that their lives are boring and may secretly desire to be more carefree and engaging with the world.

    ISTJs with their inferior Ne are not likely to display much in the way of creative thinking. They are thinkers like the INTJ but they are not much interested in theorizing and conceptual ingenuity. They are more linear in the way they think and will find it difficult to “think outside the box” and consider multiple alternatives and meaningful associations.

    ISTJ vs INTJ Problem Solving

    In problem solving, ISTJ will want a clear idea of the problem (I) and attack it by looking for the facts (S) and by relying on a logical, impersonal (T), step-by-step approach in reaching conclusions. Because INTJs are more open to new ideas and risky experimentation, they are likely to be better problem solvers than ISTJs. ISTJs are more risk averse and inclined to stick to proven strategies and prescriptions for success.

    ISTJs are typically more conventional and less interested in trying unproven strategies or coming up with novel solutions for the sake of novelty. The tried and true is what they rely on primarily but they are just as systematic as the INTJ in how they execute and implement the methods they select. The advantage ISTJs hold resides in their thoroughness and attention to detail. They possess greater patience and diligence when performing more tedious tasks such as proofreading and combing documents for grammatical, factual and procedural errors. They are probably better suited than INTJs for careers as historians, editors, government inspectors, and computer programmers. 

    ISTJ in Conversation

    • ISTJs talk about descriptive details like what happened/is happening, how things look/looked/feel/felt, reactions to events, the need to act, how to prepare for doing something.
    • They are consistently present-oriented, focused on assessing or responding to what is happening in the here and now.
    • Respond quickly to how events change, showing cautious optimism or realistic expectations as they get feedback from their actions.
    • ISTJs are driven to stick with what they know and love and cherish, often relying on knowledge or methods that have already been proven reliable.
    • Tend to be steadfast, dutiful, observant, and capable, taking quiet pride in attending to details/discrepancies that others might ignore/overlook, though they can get easily flustered when too many unexpected things happen.
    • Generally admired for their responsible or dependable nature.
    • Reliably carries out their tasks and duties in a detailed and thorough manner, knowing the best methods for handling logistics and implementation.
    • At their worst, they are unable to sort information carefully and then give in to their most irrational thoughts and imaginings.
    • In moments of weakness, they become erratic or unruly. Their failures will involve: being too anxious or worried (catastrophizing), being overwhelmed by too much novelty or change, or micromanaging situations due to unwillingness to delegate.

    INTJ in Conversation

    • In conversation, INTJs tend to talk about speculations, possibilities, potential, improvements, implications, meanings, questions, the unusual, interesting connections of ideas.
    • Tend to be somewhat detached from the present insofar as being focused on interpreting future implications or how to make a change for the future.
    • Tend to have some degree of “blind faith” that makes them seem idealistic or aiming a bit too high, less willing to change course even when feedback suggests that they should.
    • INTJs are driven to reflect on meaning and implications, often looking towards the future and reflecting on how to carry out their personal vision.
    • They tend to be perceptive, insightful, intense, and focused, taking quiet pride when they successfully understand how events will evolve, though they can feel easily frustrated if they cannot see the point/purpose of doing something or when people do not heed their warnings.
    • Generally admired for their foresight or wisdom.
    • Has an ambitious and lofty vision for oneself or the world, very focused in pursuing an ideal.
    • At their worst, they are unable to properly visualize implications and then throw caution to the wind. In moments of weakness, they become reckless or extreme in behavior.
    • Their failures will involve: feeling incapable of carrying out their personal vision or realizing their personal potential, not knowing how to proceed because of not grasping the true meaning of events, or not having a meaningful purpose in life.

    INTJ

    Most Important Aspects

    • fidelity
    • mutual support
    • mutual commitment
    • intellectual stimulation
    • being listened to
    • shared values
    • having fun together

    Least Important Aspects

    • shared religious beliefs
    • security
    • financial security
    • similar parenting styles
    • spending time together
    • spiritual connection

    ISTJ

    Most Important Aspects

    • fidelity
    • mutual support
    • being listened to
    • mutual commitment
    • shared values
    • companionship
    • security

    Least Important Aspects

    • shared religious beliefs
    • spiritual connection
    • shared interests
    • similar parenting styles
    • sexual compatibility

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    6 Reasons Why INTJ and INFJ Fall In Love

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    [dropcap]T[/dropcap]he INTJ INFJ combination is one that looks good on paper mainly because of the shared intuition preference, specifically that of dominant introverted intuition. David Keirsey, author of “Please Understand Me” posited that types who share the same perceiving preference (“N” or “S” regardless of their introverted/extraverted attitude) are more likely to get along well. This he believed was because it allowed for better communication and understanding between one another. Rationals (NTs) therefore tend to get on best with other Rationals and Idealists (NFs), while Artisans (SPs) and Guardians (SJs) tend to pair best with each other.

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    6 Reasons Why INTJ and INTP Fall In Love

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    The INTP INTJ relationship is likely to make for a very smart couple. David Keirsey, author of “Please Understand Me” observed that INTJs are highly selective of their romantic partners and perhaps the most systematic of all the MBTI types in their approach to INTJ dating. They screen potential partners in the same methodical manner they employ to their impersonal projects. INTPs by contrast may have a more open handed attitude towards finding a mate but generally speaking, they do not go out of their way to find one.

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    12 Shades of INTJ: MBTI & the Zodiac

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    “We are born at a given moment, in a given place and, like vintage years of wine, we have the qualities of the year and of the season of which we are born. Astrology does not lay claim to anything more.”
    - Carl Jung

    From what I’ve observed, many MBTI snobs turn their noses up at the mere mention of astrology. As though it were intellectually beneath them. But how many of those people realize that Carl Jung, the godfather of the MBTI, saw value in astrology? From reading an assortment of quotes by Jung on the topic, it is clear that he was inclined to believe there exists some relationship between events on earth and the cosmos that we have yet to understand. This notion is closely tied to other ethereal concepts he entertained such as the “collective unconscious” and synchronicity. Continue reading

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    INTJ Relationships (With Each Myers Briggs Type)

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    100 Life Quotes By Famous INTJ People

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    [dropcap]B[/dropcap]eing such a small percentage of the population, people of the INTJ personality type are bound to have perspectives that are unusual and different from that of the majority. Here are a collection of INTJ quotes about life that illustrate the INTJ point of view. If you are an INTJ, you will likely resonate with a lot of these.




    1.

    “I welcome and seek your ideas, but do not bring me small ideas; bring me big ideas to match our future.” 

    - Arnold Schwarzenegger
    2.

    “Don’t bother people for help without first trying to solve the problem yourself.”

    - Colin Powell
    3.

    “I do not think there is any thrill that can go through the human heart like that felt by the inventor as he sees some creation of the brain unfolding to success… such emotions make a man forget food, sleep, friends, love, everything.” 

    - Nikola Tesla
    4.
    “One of the things you do as a writer and as a filmmaker is grasp for resonant symbols and imagery without necessarily fully understanding it yourself.” 
    - Christopher Nolan
    5.

    “I think it’s very important to have a feedback loop, where you’re constantly thinking about what you’ve done and how you could be doing it better. I think that’s the single best piece of advice: constantly think about how you could be doing things better and questioning yourself.” 

    - Elon Musk
    6.
    “I think I would like the sort of job where you can work away in obscurity to try and improve things, without being caught up in the political maelstrom.” 
    - Samantha Power
    7.

    “I have a private life in which I do not permit interference. It must be respected.” 

    - Vladimir Putin
    8.
    “I have learned that as long as I hold fast to my beliefs and values – and follow my own moral compass – then the only expectations I need to live up to are my own.” 
    - Michelle Obama
    9.

    “The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.” 

    - Friedrich Nietzsche
    10.

    “My powers are ordinary. Only my application brings me success.” 

    - Isaac Newton



    11.

    “The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” 

    - Ayn Rand
    12.

    “I felt that chess… is a science in the form of a game… I consider myself a scientist. I wanted to be treated like a scientist.” 

    - Bobby Fischer
    13.

    “Religion is the impotence of the human mind to deal with occurrences it cannot understand.” 

    - Karl Marx
    14.

    “I can see there’s a connection between not following normal thinking and doing creative thinking. I wouldn’t have had good scientific ideas if I had thought more normally.” 

    - John Forbes Nash, Jr.
    15.

    “My advice to other disabled people would be, concentrate on things your disability doesn’t prevent you doing well, and don’t regret the things it interferes with. Don’t be disabled in spirit as well as physically.” 

    - Stephen Hawking
    16.

    “What can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.” 

    - Christopher Hitchens
    17.

    “There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there has always been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.” 

    - Isaac Asimov
    18.

    “The leftist is anti-individualistic … He is not the sort of person who has an inner sense of confidence in his own ability to solve his own problems and satisfy his own needs.”

    - Ted Kaczynski
    19.

    “I watched a couple of really bad directors work, and I saw how they completely botched it up and missed the visual opportunities of the scene when we had put things in front of them as opportunities. Set pieces, props and so on.” 

    - James Cameron
    20.

    “I like villains because there’s something so attractive about a committed person – they have a plan, an ideology, no matter how twisted.” – They’re motivated.

    - Russell Crowe



    21.

    “I would rather five people knew my work and thought it was good work than five million knew me and were indifferent.” 

    - Colin Firth
    22.

    “The mind is the limit. As long as the mind can envision the fact that you can do something, you can do it, as long as you really believe 100 percent.” 

    - Arnold Schwarzenegger
    23.

    “It’s an interesting combination: Having a great fear of being alone, and having a desperate need for solitude and the solitary experience. That’s always been a tug of war for me.” 

    - Jodie Foster
    24.

    “I like analyzing human behavior. It’s complex. That’s what keeps me going.” 

    - Julia Stiles
    25.

    “I do not think you can name many great inventions that have been made by married men.” 

    - Nikola Tesla
    26.

    “I’ve never looked at myself and said that I need to be a certain way to be around a certain sort of people. I’ve always wanted to stay true to myself, and I’ve managed to do that. People have to accept that.” 

    - Jay-Z
    27.

    “Once you say you’re going to settle for second, that’s what happens to you in life.” 

    - John F. Kennedy
    28.

    “Nothing defines humans better than their willingness to do irrational things in the pursuit of phenomenally unlikely payoffs. This is the principle behind lotteries, dating, and religion.”

    - Scott Adams
    29.

    “I never had teenage years. I guess because I was seen to be more adult than anybody around me.” 

    - Patrick Stewart
    30.

    “I’m the type of person who would rather stay home than get my picture taken.” 

    - Ashley Olsen



    31.

    “If you are lonely when you’re alone, you are in bad company.” 

    - Jean-Paul Sartre
    32.

    “Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.” 

    - John Adams
    33.

    “There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.” 

    - Colin Powell
    34.

    “Normal is not something to aspire to, it’s something to get away from.” 

    - Jodie Foster
    35.

    “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” 

    - John Adams
    36.

    “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” 

    - John Adams
    37.

    “The burden of poverty isn’t just that you don’t always have the things you need, it’s the feeling of being embarrassed every day of your life, and you’d do anything to lift that burden.”

    - Jay-Z
    38.

    “People accuse me of being arrogant all the time. I’m not arrogant, I’m focused.” 

    - Russell Crowe
    39.

    “The concept of loneliness and exile and self-sufficiency continually bucks me up.” 

    - Christopher Hitchens
    40.

    “The difficulty lies not so much in developing new ideas as in escaping from old ones.” 

    - John Maynard Keynes
    41.

    “I have been interested in dreams, really since I was a kid. I have always been fascinated by the idea that your mind, when you are asleep, can create a world in a dream and you are perceiving it as though it really existed.” 

    - Christopher Nolan
    42.

    “People should pursue what they’re passionate about. That will make them happier than pretty much anything else.” 

    - Elon Musk
    43.

    “I swear, by my life and my love of it, that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine.” 

    - Ayn Rand
    44.

    “There are horrible people who, instead of solving a problem, tangle it up and make it harder to solve for anyone who wants to deal with it. Whoever does not know how to hit the nail on the head should be asked not to hit it at all.” 

    - Friedrich Nietzsche
    45.

    “Archimedes was my ideal. I admired the works of artists, but to my mind, they were only shadows and semblances. The inventor, I thought, gives to the world creations which are palpable, which live and work.” 

    - Nikola Tesla
    46.

    “My idea of good company is the company of clever, well-informed people who have a great deal of conversation; that is what I call good company.” 

    - Jane Austen
    47.

    “Life seems but a quick succession of busy nothings.” 

    - Jane Austen
    48.

    “I do not want people to be very agreeable, as it saves me the trouble of liking them a great deal.” 

    - Jane Austen
    49.

    “I’ve always been a big fan of science fiction and of the worlds of the spiritual and the mystic.” 

    - Dan Aykroyd
    50.

    “I get anxious about a lot of things, that’s the trouble. I get anxious about everything. I just can’t stop thinking about things all the time. And here’s the really destructive part – it’s always retrospective. I waste time thinking of what I should have said or done.” 

    - Hugh Laurie



    51.

    “I never was someone who was at ease with happiness.” 

    - Hugh Laurie
    52.

    “For me life is continuously being hungry. The meaning of life is not simply to exist, to survive, but to move ahead, to go up, to achieve, to conquer.” 

    - Arnold Schwarzenegger
    53.

    “I think the healthy way to live is to make friends with the beast inside oneself, and that means not the beast but the shadow. The dark side of one’s nature. Have fun with it and you know, is to accept everything about ourselves.” 

    - Anthony Hopkins
    54.

    “If I’m enjoying something, I’d like to be able to just have it all. Frankly, that’s the way I’m approaching my career now. I’m a total workaholic.” 

    - Jason Bateman
    55.

    “The truth is not for all men, but only for those who seek it.” 

    - Ayn Rand
    56.

    “Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesome.”

    - Isaac Asimov
    57.

    “Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.” 

    - Thomas Jefferson
    58.

    “I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” 

    - Thomas Jefferson
    59.

    “I don’t create companies for the sake of creating companies, but to get things done.” 

    - Elon Musk
    60.

    “Tact is the art of making a point without making an enemy.” 

    - Isaac Newtoni
    61.

    “I love to engage in repartee with people who are stupider than I am.” 

    - Ann Coulter
    62.

    “A person who has not done one half his day’s work by ten o clock, runs a chance of leaving the other half undone.”

    - Emily Bronte
    63.

    “Dependence begets subservience and venality, suffocates the germ of virtue, and prepares fit tools for the designs of ambition.” 

    - Thomas Jefferson
    64.

    “Reason is the natural order of truth; but imagination is the organ of meaning.”

    - C. S. Lewis
    65.

    “I get satisfaction of three kinds. One is creating something, one is being paid for it and one is the feeling that I haven’t just been sitting on my ass all afternoon.” 

    - William F. Buckley, Jr.
    66.

    “If I could I would always work in silence and obscurity, and let my efforts be known by their results.”

    - Emily Bronte
    67.

    “History is a relentless master. It has no present, only the past rushing into the future. To try to hold fast is to be swept aside.” 

    - John F. Kennedy
    68.

    “Reason is not automatic. Those who deny it cannot be conquered by it. Do not count on them. Leave them alone.” 

    - Ayn Rand
    69.

    “I’ll tell you what makes me feel worthwhile: organizing and solving other people’s problems. It makes me feel good to go to Mexico City and figure out theories on how you can reorganize and reduce crime. To me, it’s one of the more fulfilling ways to spend a day.” 

    - Rudy Giuliani
    70.

    “Leaders need to be optimists. Their vision is beyond the present.”

    - Rudy Giuliani



    71.

    “Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it.” 

    - Dwight D. Eisenhower
    72.

    “I have only one yardstick by which I test every major problem – and that yardstick is: Is it good for America?” 

    - Dwight D. Eisenhower
    73.

    “One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self-confidence is preparation.” 

    - Arthur Ashe
    74.

    “If something’s important enough, you should try. Even if you – the probable outcome is failure.” 

    - Elon Musk
    75.

    “If I were to say, ‘God, why me?’ about the bad things, then I should have said, ‘God, why me?’ about the good things that happened in my life.” 

    - Arthur Ashe
    76.

    “If you are not criticized, you may not be doing much.” 

    - Donald Rumsfeld
    77.

    “Truth is a demure lady, much too ladylike to knock you on your head and drag you to her cave. She is there, but people must want her, and seek her out.”

    - William F. Buckley, Jr.
    78.

    “Simply because you do not have evidence that something exists does not mean that you have evidence that it doesn’t exist.” 

    - Donald Rumsfeld
    79.

    “The smallest minority on earth is the individual. Those who deny individual rights cannot claim to be defenders of minorities.” 

    - Ayn Rand
    80.

    “High moral character is not a precondition for great moral accomplishments.” 

    - Christopher Hitchens
    81.

    “Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of growth.” 

    - John F. Kennedy
    82.

    “There are no facts, only interpretations.”

    - Friedrich Nietzsche
    83.

    “At every crisis in one’s life, it is absolute salvation to have some sympathetic friend to whom you can think aloud without restraint or misgiving.” 

    - Woodrow Wilson
    84.

    “I may be president of the United States, but my private life is nobody’s damned business.” 

    - Chester A. Arthur
    85.

    “Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art… It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things that give value to survival.”

    - C. S. Lewis
    86.

    “The proper method for inquiring after the properties of things is to deduce them from experiments.” 

    - Isaac Newton
    87.

    “Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers, who can cut through argument, debate and doubt, to offer a solution everybody can understand.”

    - Colin Powell
    88.

    “The worst thing I can be is the same as everybody else. I hate that.” 

    - Arnold Schwarzenegger
    89.

    “There is a level of cowardice lower than that of the conformist: the fashionable non-conformist.” 

    - Ayn Rand
    90.

    “If things are not so good, you may be one to imagine something better. For me, I was able to imagine myself as in a role of greater importance than I would seem to be ordinarily.” 

    - John Forbes Nash, Jr.
    91.

    “I’ve always felt that a person’s intelligence is directly reflected by the number of conflicting points of view he can entertain simultaneously on the same topic.” 

    - Abigail Adams
    92.

    “When you have the facts on your side, argue the facts. When you have the law on your side, argue the law. When you have neither, holler.” 

    - Al Gore
    93.

    “All truly great thoughts are conceived by walking.” 

    - Friedrich Nietzsche
    94.

    “I’m destined to be attracted to those I cannot defeat.” 

    - Russell Crowe
    95.

    “Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” 

    - John F. Kennedy
    96.

    “I tend to shut myself off from people. It’s gotten harder and harder for me to meet new people. It takes a lot of effort to open up to them and spend time with them.” 

    - Julia Stiles
    97.

    “In the twenty-first century, the robot will take the place which slave labor occupied in ancient civilization.” 

    - Nikola Tesla
    98.

    “I wouldn’t say I have a lack of fear. In fact, I’d like my fear emotion to be less because it’s very distracting and fries my nervous system.”

    - Elon Musk
    99.

    “Surprises are foolish things. The pleasure is not enhanced, and the inconvenience is often considerable.” 

    - Jane Austen
    100.

    “Being understood is not the most essential thing in life.”

    - Jodie Foster

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    The 8 Rules of INTJ Club | How To Be INTJ

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     Zuckerberg. Tesla. Newton. They are your professors, your politicians, your military leaders, your CEOs. They are the all-serious, all-silent, all-awkward masterminds of the world. I’m talking about, you guessed it – the INTJ. You may see them but few get to know them. They hide in plain sight but their work will not go ignored.

    [dropcap]I[/dropcap]NTJs have strong principles and many live spartan lifestyles most people couldn’t handle. They forgo many of the gratuitous comforts most people depend on and instead put their focus on completing tasks to an almost obsessive degree. It should come as no surprise then that they are among the top 4 highest earning personality types in the MBTI.

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