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The Most Interesting Qualities of Each Myers Briggs Type

I don’t always pay compliments, but when I do, I spread them out in affordable monthly installments. It’s good to give credit where credit is due and among the 16 Myers Briggs personality types, there are many interesting features to highlight.

♦ ISFJ ♦

“You always strive to be kind, often hating when people lack compassion. We admire your ability to care for others, always working to make sure that everyone is happy. You desire harmony, which often makes you incapable of saying anything that will hurt someone else.”

  • Care deeply for others.
  • Rated by psychologists as 1 of 2 types least likely to have trouble in school.
  • Loving and truly kindhearted.
  • Warm, open and accepting.
  • In national sample, highest of all types in liking work environment characteristic “Employee loyalty & job security”;
  • One of the 3 highest in national sample liking work environment characteristics “Clear structures” and “No expectation for working extra hours”
  • Friendly and affirming.
  • Service-oriented, very concerned with making others happy
  • Good listeners.
  • In national sample “Leisure Activities,” overrepresented in “Watching television 3 or more hours per day”
  • One of 4 types in college reporting the lowest level of assertiveness.
  • Overrepresented among female coronary heart disease patients and second most frequent type.
  • Takes duties and obligations very seriously – will put forth a great deal of effort to fulfill them.
  • Good organizational skills
  • Good at taking care of practical, day-to-day needs
  • Generally good with money
  • Take commitments seriously and seek out lifelong relationships.
  • Sensitive to the feelings of others.
  • Perceptive.
  • Usually very good at reading people.
  • Desire to believe the best in people.
  • Value harmony and cooperation.
  • If an event leaves an impression on them, they will store the memory and recall it with remarkable precision and accuracy
  • Respect and value tradition and law – likely to do things the “tried and true” way
  • Hands-on learners

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