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What is Stefan Molyneux’s MBTI Type?

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Stefan Molyneux is a philosopher, author and host of the Freedomain Radio podcast. Since 2006, his youtube channel has amassed a substantial audience with over 225,000,000 views as of Feb 2018. But what is Stefan’s MBTI personality? Here is a look at what MBTI type he might be based on some function stack analysis.

Introvert or Extravert?

Molyneux appears to be an extravert. He speaks very fast and seems pretty comfortable with public speaking. He is verbose and seems to relish the practice of communicating to an audience be it live and in person or over an internet broadcast. He is pensive and thoughtful, but on the whole, responds very quickly and doesn’t take very long to process things in his head.  He seems to be comfortable articulating his thoughts out loud. Even introverts who manage to become good public speakers still tend to exhibit more reservation and measuredness in their speaking style than what Molyneux typically shows.

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    The Quirks of Each Myers-Briggs Type

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    We all have our share of quirks. Abnormality is sort of the norm but people tend to try and conceal them so as to appear normal by conventional standards. Here is a look at some of the quirks you might have based on your MBTI personality type.

    INFJ

    Among the INFJ quirks is their contradictory nature. INFJs are full of dualities such as their ability to seem both extraverted and introverted. They are interested in inclusivity and tolerance of others but are very exclusive with regards to who they allow into their innermost circle. They desire authentic connection with people but often wear a mask that conceals their true selves. They have a capacity to be chameleon-like to fit in with groups but also have a penchant for rebelling against the status quo and going their own way.

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    How To Recognize Each Myers-Briggs Type In Real Life

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    Typing other people can be a challenge, especially if you do not know them personally. If you cannot ask someone about their personality, the best you can do is collect clues and make an educated guess. Here is a brief look highlighting some of the characteristics to help you spot or recognize a person’s Myers-Briggs personality type.

    INFJ

    You can spot an INFJ by their edgy and sometimes brooding demeanor that is interspersed with flashes of light-heartedness and enthusiasm. They are the ones who often act as the moral voice in their group. They seem very insightful and wise and often seek to point out the nice things they observe in other people and make them feel good about themselves. INFJs can often be found in the arts especially that of drama and theater. They are likely to be a bit of a klutz and accident-prone thanks to their inferior Se. INFJs are often polite and careful not to offend other people although they themselves may get their feelings hurt more frequently than they care to count.

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    What Each MBTI Type Does When They Have A Crush

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    With Valentine’s day just around the corner, now may be a great time to confess your undying love for someone you’re with or want to be with. Valentine’s Day is an especially opportune occasion for people who want to confront their crush. Here is a look at what each Myers-Briggs type is likely to do when they are crazy in love with someone.

    INFJ

    Less mature INFJs who have not yet adequately developed their Fe for whatever reason may have a much stronger fear of getting hurt or rejected. As introverts, they may sometimes withdraw from their extraverted function and get stuck in a Ni/Ti loop of over analyzing a situation and fixating on what could go wrong. From afar, INFJs have a propensity for idealizing the object of their enamorment only to be disappointed by the truth. INFJs may initially try to mask their feelings and feel the person out first so as not to embarrass themselves. They’ll engage them and try to connect or do thoughtful things in the hopes that the other person will get the hint. Sometimes INFJs procrastinate and wait too long to make their move. By the time they feel prepared enough to take action, the other person is already beyond reach. Continue reading

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    How Each Myers-Briggs Type Would Become Famous

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    There are many paths to fame and fortune be it through freak accidents and experiences, or extraordinary abilities and accomplishments. Here is what each of the 16 Myers-Briggs types would likely become famous (or infamous) for.

    INFJ

    As the face or spokesperson for a noble cause – INFJs are full of heart and courage that others may not realize until the INFJ finds a cause important enough for them to get behind. Their passion comes through when speaking about things that matter to them and they are able to rouse peoples emotions and communicate their message in way that others are receptive to. Their powerful feelings can make them very dynamic and animated speakers, which may earn them a lot of popularity and support from the public.

    Famous INFJs: Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Theresa, Alanis Morissette, Jimmy Carter, Nicole Kidman, Morgan Freeman

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    The Worst Insults For Each Myers-Briggs Type

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    What we take offense to is invariably linked to what we value most in ourselves and the people and things that are linked to us. The most insulting insults are the ones that directly clash with what we accept as part of our ego identity. Here are the worst insults each of the 16 MBTI types is likely to take offense to.

    INFJ

    Insulting an INFJ is not hard because they are pretty sensitive to criticism. They however may take special exception with insults about their character, sense of integrity and the quality or value of advice they give. INFJs hate being accused of being evil or malevolent sinse they they tend to view themselves as someone who has humanity’s best interests in mind. Rejecting their advice, minimizing their feelings (like telling them to “get over it” or toughen up) and mistaking their kindness for weakness are all offenses likely to hit INFJ the hardest.

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    Why Each Myers-Briggs Type Is Dangerous

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    In a dangerous world, you must fight to survive. The streets are full of snakes waiting to do you in as soon as you let down your guard. Even the most innocuous person can be a wolf in disguise so don’t underestimate them. Here is why each of the 16 MBTI personalities can be a danger to you.

    INFJ

    INFJs can conceal their true feelings from others and project an image or facade that is deceptive. They can be like social chameleons, reading the people they interact with and modifying their own behavior to effectively blend in. The INFJ can pretend to be obtuse and harmless when in fact they notice and pick up a lot of information about people that can be weaponized against them. INFJs have a strong will and can shift from being altruistic to Machiavellian when it comes to fulfilling their ends.

    Dangerous INFJs: Osama Bin Laden, Adolf Hitler, Leon Trotsky, Ruhollah Khomeini, Chiang Kai-shek

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    What Each MBTI Type would Do With An Apple

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    An apple a day keeps the doctor at bay. Here’s what the 16 MBTI personalities are apt do with an apple.

    INFJ

    INFJ eats the apple because it is good for their health and then plants the seeds for the benefit of future generations.

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    How Each Myers-Briggs Type Reacts To Authority

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    When it comes to authority, people seek to either comply, defy or obtain it. When authoritative power is exercised properly it’s beneficial but when abused, it becomes oppressive. And regardless of how you feel about authority, nobody likes having it shoved down their throat. Here is a look at how you likely react to authority based on Myers-Briggs type.

    INFJ

    INFJ respects authority and falls in compliance so long as they do not feel coerced or disrespected by it. INFJs can appreciate the utility of authority in maintaining order in society and to enforce policies (at least the ones they agree with). All INFJ wants in return is to be shown the same respect, dignity and compassion they are willing to give elected officials and individuals occupying positions of power. If INFJ perceives an authority to be morally corrupt, then all that will go out the window.

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    What Each Myers-Briggs Type Would Do With A Million Dollars

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    What would you do if you suddenly struck it rich? How about a million dollars? Many of us could rattle off a number of things we would do with that kind of fortune like buy a bentley and a helicopter, but these days, a million doesn’t go as far as it used to. Here is a look at what each Myers-Briggs type might do with a million dollars.

    INTP

    INTP would likely try to conserve their money initially while they research all the options newly available to them, which may include learning all about investing and the wonderful world of money markets. INTPs may try to use their money to finance the things they’ve always wanted to do such as travel abroad or use their financial freedom to devote all their time towards meaningful pursuits that they previously could not afford to focus on.    

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    How To Get Each Myers-Briggs Type To Love You

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    What does it take to woo an introvert or an extrovert? Like most introverts, if you give INTP enough space, they might let you into their world. Extroverts like ESFP on the other hand may want engagement and lots of affection. Here are brief tips for how to get each Myers-Briggs (MBTI) type to love you.

    INFJ

    Be original, smart, kind and comfortable in your own skin. Introduce INFJ to new and exciting experiences that they will love. Show them a whole new world like Aladdin did to princess Jasmine. Share your passions with them and show a desire to include INFJ in those activities as a means to bond and form deep emotional connection. It also helps to be a bit mysterious yet warm and humorous.

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    Why Each Myers-Briggs Type Likely Quit Their Job

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    A good job can be hard to come by, but sometimes a good career can be spoiled by unfortunate circumstances. Here is a look at why each Myers-Briggs type is likely to quit their occupation.

    INFJ

    INFJ likely quit their job because they felt humiliated or seriously disrespected by a colleague or supervisor. INFJs are known to attract sociopaths who prey on their empathic nature. INFJs are able to work through or resolve most conflicts but once they recognize toxic people polluting their environment, they know that sooner or later, somebody’s got to go. INFJ’s will walk away from any job where their dignity and personal boundaries are violated.

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    What Each Myers-Briggs Type Is Like At A Party

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    Some people hate parties, others love them but whether you are for or against, you likely have attended a party or two sometime in your life. Here is a look at how each Myers-Briggs personality likely behaves when it’s party time.

    INFJ

    The Party of five –  INFJs can be so sociable that you might mistake them for an extravert. INFJs like engaging with people, but in moderation. They prefer their parties small, intimate and limited to people they approve of. That’s their idea of a nice fun time. When parties exceed single digit attendance numbers, INFJs become less and less at ease until they eventually need to abort the situation. INFJs tend to attract people through their calm warmth and air of mystery. INFJs have a hard time really cutting loose except with their closest cohorts unless of course booze is involved.

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    What Each Myers-Briggs Type Is Like During Childhood

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    In the Myers-Briggs type theory, the dominant function is believed to be the first function to develop in the function stack of each personality type. This supposedly occurs around the age of 6 as part of the process known as differentiation where the cognitive preferences begin taking shape. Here is a look at what each MBTI personality is like during childhood growing up.

    INFJ

    As a child, INFJs are likely to be unassuming and quiet yet able to acquire many friendships and interact with various types of people. INFJs are bound to be relatively well behaved and mature for their age and their parents may entrust them with responsibilities early on. As introverts, they probably spend much of their time reading or writing in a journal. They may have casual creative outlets such as writing short stories and poems, sketching and design work. Even though they maintain a very private world, they also make time for family and friends to bond and spend quality time with them. They cherish their friendships and are likely to have a special besty with whom they can really be their true selves. INFJs tend to project an image that changes according to who they’re engaging with. They may appear like chameleons due to their ability to mirror people.

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    What Every Myers-Briggs Type Wants Most From Others

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    We all want something from others. Be it respect, love, attention or money, here is a look at what each Myers-Briggs likely wants most from other people.

    INFJ

    INFJs desire understanding and moral support from others. INFJs can sometimes feel as though they live on a remote island of emotions that only a few trusted people are allowed to visit. This need to conceal parts of themselves for fear of judgement can make them feel isolated when deep down they would like to be able share themselves more authentically. The problem is, people sometimes don’t know how to relate to them and instead criticize or misinterpret their intentions. INFJs wish other people could understand them the way they understand others.

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