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Crimes of the MBTI Types

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    Each MBTI Type When Defending A Loved One

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    Here is a look at the way in which each Myers Briggs personality is likely to protect and defend their loved ones.

    INFJ

    INFJ tries to take an impartial and middle ground stance that is not blatantly biased, but will likely downplay when their loved ones are at fault. Although peace loving and reserved, INFJ can be very firm and assertive when defending people they care about. They are protective like a mother hen willing to risk their lives trying to peck the eyes out of a animal preying on their chickadees.

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    The MBTI Types As Super Villains

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    Villainy has many faces and forms. Some are maniacal like the Joker or calculating like Lex Luthor. Here is the type of diabolical super villain each Myers Briggs type is likely to be.

    INFJ

    The INFJ villain is the tragic character who, due to an extremely unfortunate and traumatic set of events, has their view of humanity deeply corrupted. They’ve come to demonize a population they view as being a menace to another population they are sympathetic to. They no longer see those people as human beings but as devils whose existence stands in the way of realizing their plans for a more perfect world. In their warped minds, their cause is noble and necessary which makes them even more scary.

    INFP

    The INFP villain is a another unfortunate soul who was likely twisted by their cruel and unlucky lot in life. They endured more pain and loss than anyone should bear and now they follow a philosophy of despair and retribution. They are basically insane but those who know their history may feel they can be helped and reformed. At the heart of their rage is an idealist who has given up. A good person who succumbed to the dark side.

    INTJ

    The INTJ villain is the one who is purely motivated by grand scientific ambitions and doesn’t really give a rat’s ass about who gets harmed in the process. They are not out to kill anyone per se, but the nature of their plans inevitably comes at a high human cost. For the normal person, that would be grounds for scrapping such plans, but for the INTJ villain, it is hardly an issue. They view the populace as though they were ants and only value the ones who are useful to them.

    INTP

    The INTP villain is dangerous because of their ability to operate anonymously and strike mysteriously leaving little if any trace of their presence. Their motives are nihilistic and seemingly random but only the most clever detectives will notice the patterns. The INTP villain enjoys toying with their pursuers and seeing them struggle to piece together the hidden clues they leave behind ever so thoughtfully.

    ENTJ

    The ENTJ villain is the leader in the league of supervillains. They created the league in order to provide a network where villains can connect with other villains to pool resources and coordinate their plans more efficiently. ENTJ established a structured organization (like the united nations) whereby villains can conveniently broker deals, hold conferences and discuss business with other crooks around the world. ENTJ collects an annual membership fee which helps fund their diabolical projects.  

    ENTP

    The ENTP villain is the machiavellian mastermind who creates chaos and mayhem for their own amusement. They play by their own rules and the cleverness of their schemes make it difficult for detectives and superheroes alike to capture and bring them to justice. Their crimes are flamboyant and cheeky and they stay several steps ahead in the game of cat and mouse.

    ENFJ

    The ENFJ villain operates like a mafia godfather. Their big picture schemes serve a higher purpose however misguided. They surround themselves with ‘yes’ men and obedient myrmidons who believe in them like a messiah. A code of honor and philosophy underscores the ENFJ criminal enterprise. There are things that they are unwilling to do, lines they refuse to cross. They respect boundaries but if theirs are crossed, then cold-blooded retaliation is in order,

    ENFP

    The ENFP super villain is complicated because they are essentially a good person on the wrong side of the tracks. They are more of an anti-hero like The Punisher and are out to fulfill a personal mission that only they feel is justified. They are fanatical and dangerous because they are prepared to die for their goal. They are motivated by vengeance, or selfish ambition fueled by a rogue philosophy of self-righteous purpose.

    ISTJ

    The ISTJ villain is the one who owns a vast collection of historical objects and orchestrates well thought-out heists intended to extend their collection of rare and valuable artifacts. They are interested in raiding museums and historical sites. They operate from the shadows and rely on the services of high grade professional goons who are competent at what they do.

    ESTJ

    The ESTJ villain is a strong schemer who maps out detailed and well thought out plans for accomplishing their ends. Whether they’re staging a bank robbery or a stealing a priceless painting from a museum with heavy security the ESTJ villain will use their knowledge of proven strategies for bypassing every obstacle they can expect as well as a few contingent possibilities that may catch them surprise. They are able to think laterally when they need to.

    ISTP

    The ISTP villain is the evil doer who works alone and is generally motivated by money and material gain. They are highly skilled and formidable on their own and may operate as a hitman for hire, high level thief or a serial killer. They are cold-blooded and stoic which makes them all the more intimidating as a villain.

    ESTP

    The ESTP villain is of the sociopathic variety of criminals who take what they want and are ruthless in the way they go about it. They are the crime boss, the kingpin who intimidates their flunkies with an iron fist and frightening temper. The ESTP villain demands complete loyalty and nothing less. Underlings who kiss their ass will be rewarded but those who are too competent and non deferential will be perceived as a threat to ESTP’s power and get targeted for elimination.

    ISFP

    The ISFP villain is an arrogant snob who believes their superior sense of taste entitles them to steal expensive objects because they are the only ones worthy of possessing them. As a villain, the ISFP is a high-brow criminal and an aficionado of rare and valuable things. They are likely to be world class art thieves and museum raiders.

    ESFP

    The ESFP villain is unpredictable, aggressive and temperamental. They are thrill seeking narcissists driven by greed and lust. The green eyed monster consumes them and they seek instant gratification. When they are unhappy, they become cruel and volatile toward the people around them. Their evil Fi makes them immune to other people’s feelings and their Te makes them want to control, dominate, and inflict pain on other people.

    ISFJ

    The ISFJ villain is fueled by past hurt and internalized umbrage they refuse to let go of. They are tormented by the trauma that turned them into the warped and psychologically damaged person they’ve become. They are obsessed with making those responsible pay for what was done to them and may now want to inflict that pain on others. Their evil Fe allows them to fool people into trusting them until it’s too late.

    ESFJ

    The ESFJ villain has a team upon which they rely for advice and counsel. They involve their underlings in the planning process but some of their flunkies may question and challenge their judgement and ability as leader. The ESFJ villain thinks they are great at what they do and are often blind to the brewing mutiny their backstabbing crew is plotting against them.

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    The MBTI Types As Senior Citizens

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    Here is a take on how each MBTI is as a senior citizen.

    INFJ

    INFJ is the senior with too many pets including a squirrel abandoned by it’s mother, a cockatoo and multiple cats and dogs. INFJs are considered to be old souls and so in their later years, they are naturally the sapient sage. They dwell on their past mistakes and unfulfilled life aspirations and sometimes beat themselves up over it. A drunken revelry with close friends or as a party of one usually chases the clouds away.

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    The 5 Stages of INTP Anger

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    INTPs have emotions like everyone else, but managing them effectively can be challenging to them. They tend to bury and ignore negative emotion because they scarcely understand what they are feeling and have almost no comfortable way of expressing it. When INTPs become angry, it is likely due to an issue they have avoided, or allowed to persist for too long. Here is the progression of INTP anger in 5 stages. Continue reading

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    How Perfectionism Affects Each MBTI Type

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    Perfectionism is a meticulous and consuming desire for precision and completeness. What actually constitutes perfection is subjective and determined by whatever standard or metric of one’s choosing. How perfectionism manifests in each MBTI type likely differs and may be stronger in some types than others. Here is a look at how perfectionism takes form based on Myers-Briggs Type. Continue reading

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    Secrets About Each MBTI Type

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    Here is a rundown of the some the “secrets” behind each Myers-Briggs personality type. Continue reading

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    How The MBTI Types Approach Rules

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    Law and order is an important element of a civilized society. We all have to follow the rules and depending on what MBTI type you are, you might feel a certain way about that. Here is how each Myers Briggs type is likely to feel about rules. Continue reading

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    How Each Myers-Briggs Type Behaves When Upset

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    Everyone gets down in the dumps from time to time, but coping mechanisms may differ from person to person. Here is a look at how each MBTI personality type may deal with their emotional distress.

    INFJ

    When INFJs are upset, they get emotional and moody and may become overly critical and snippy. INFJs can often become upset due to their propensity for soaking up and internalizing the emotions of those around them both positive and negative. Other people’s bad vibes and emotional baggage can easily infect and poison the INFJ’s psychological well. INFJs are often willing to hear about other people’s problems but try not to inconvenience them with theirs. They may sulk and wallow a bit in self pity perhaps with some sad music or seek reassurance and affection from loved ones. Continue reading

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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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    Which Myers-Briggs Type is Sam Harris?

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    Sam Harris (born April 9, 1967) is a neuroscientist, philosopher, blogger and best-selling author of several books including, Waking Up (2014), The End of Faith (2004), and The Moral Landscape (2010). He hosts the Waking Up podcast where he deep dives into many of today’s most pressing and polarizing issues surrounding science, ethics and religion. He is known for his cogent analysis and hyper-rational speaking style. But what is Sam Harris’ Myers-Briggs Type? Here is assessment of which MBTI type Sam is likely to be based on the cognitive functions he seems to display most. Continue reading

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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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    Which MBTI type is Jordan B. Peterson?

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    In 2012, Jordan Peterson tweeted a Washington Post article and wrote “Why the Myers Briggs is a cult: Washington Post gets it right”. Peterson is apparently not a proponent of the Myers-Briggs type indicator. He deems it to be unreliable and has stated in one of his many lecture clips posted on youtube that “The Myers-Briggs has zero predictive utility with regards to performance prediction [in the workplace]”. Instead of the MBTI, he often refers to the Big 5 when discussing psychometric personality traits. Continue reading

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