ISFP Explained: What It Means to be the ISFP Personality Type

The ISFP is one of the 16 MBTI personality types and form part of the “Artisan” temperament group along with the ESFP, ESTP and ISTP. Sensitive, observant and creative, the ISFP person is an introvert who displays an openness to new experiences and adventures. They have been dubbed as the “tactical composer” and “adventurer” and…

ISFP Shadow: The Dark Side of ISFP

The ISFP personality is described as quiet, friendly and sensitive with a taste for adventure and physically stimulating experiences. However, that is not the whole story. As with the other MBTI types, there is a shadow side to the ISFP and that shadow happens to take the form of an ESFJ. In Jungian psychology, the…

ISFP Weaknesses – 7 Struggles of Being ISFP

ISFP is one of the 16 MBTI personalities and forms part of the temperament group known as the “artisans” along with ESFP, ESTP and ISTP. The ISFP has been described as a “tactical composer”, “artist” and “adventurer”. Among their strengths is the ability to adapt and improvise, creative expression, and open-mindedness. As with each of…

12 Shades of ISFP: MBTI & the Zodiac

ISFP is referred to by David Keirsey as the “Tactical Composer”. ISFPs comprise about 10% of the population and are noted for their quiet warmth, individualism and the artful skill with which they manipulate objects and their environment. No two ISFP personalities are totally alike and so we wonder if astrology might have anything to…

6 Great Paying Jobs For ISFPs

ISFPs are introverted sensors who prize their individuality and personal values. In a national sample, ISFPs reported that clear structure, loyalty/security, and independence and achievement as being the most important characteristics of their work environment. They prefer occupations where they can use their gentle service-related attentiveness to detail such as the Health Care industry, Business,…

33 Struggles of Being An Introvert

Introvert personality In recent times it's become more fashionable to be an introvert. A spate of pro-introvert books including Susan Cain's Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, probably had a large role in catalyzing this cultural shift in attitude. That still doesn't change the fact that the world…
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