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ENTJ personalities are very charismatic, rational and quick-minded.

They are meant to lead and inspire other people and there is no other type that can do this with such an ease. There are no insurmountable obstacles for ENTJs nothing is impossible if you try hard enough. Naturally, they rarely have difficulties convincing other people that the goal chosen by the ENTJ should also become one of their personal goals.

The INFJ type is believed to be very rare (less than 1 percent of the population) and it is distinguished by an unusual set of characteristics. Even though their presence can be described as very quiet, INFJ personalities usually have many strong convictions, especially when it comes to issues they consider really important in life. If an INFJ is fighting for something, this is because they believe in the idea itself. It would be highly unusual for INFJs to do something like this because of personal glory or power. Representing approximately 5 percent of all people, people with the ENFJ personality type are great leaders, distinguished by the unshakable faith that others want to follow them. Usually this is exactly what happens as the main trait of the ENFJ personality type is their extraordinary charisma. ENFJs also greatly appreciate the cooperation and assistance of other people and are eager to offer their own cooperation wherever possible Philosophers, architects, dreamy professors These epithets are most often used to describe the INTP personality type. Deeply immersed in their own exciting world of theoretical possibilities, INTPs believe that everything can be improved, modified or made to suit a specific goal. This personality type values clarity, logic and insight more than anything else and being equipped with brilliant ability to effortlessly analyse difficult problems, see patterns and find logical explanations to nearly everything, INTPs can be truly exceptional intellectuals. People with the ENTP personality type are often called devils advocates, and for a good reason. ENTPs absolutely love to argue and they do not really care that much what the argument is about, as long as it is fun. They may not actually support the idea they are arguing for, but may decide to go against the prevailing opinion, seeing this as a mental exercise. ENTPs are very quickwitted and original, which gives them a great advantage in debates, academia and politics however, they also tend to do very well in many other areas that

require willingness to challenge the existing ideas and juggle multiple arguments. INFP personalities are usually perceived as calm, pleasant, somewhat reserved or even shy. However, such an exterior can be deceptive even though INFPs can be somewhat cautions, their inner flame and passion is not something to be taken lightly. People with this personality type are really affectionate, a trait not often seen in other types. This compassion can be really fervent and long-lasting but the INFP will use it quite cautiously, directing their energies towards a few selected people or a worthy cause. Idealism is the banner of INFP personalities and they are proud of it. Unfortunately, it also means that INFPs can often feel misunderstood and isolated, as they are relatively rare (only 4.3% of U.S. population). According to ENFPs, there are no meaningless events every action, every little step we take, are supposed to mean something. Due to their inborn talent to sense other peoples motives, ENFPs prefer to see life as an exciting drama story, full of various opportunities for both good and evil. Only 5 percent of all people are believed to belong to the ENFP personality type; however, they are usually very influential. ENFPs do their best to stay approachable and genuine, sometimes even consciously choosing to act spontaneously for this reason. This personality trait is easily noticeable and contributes to the overall likeability of ENFPs. The ISTJ personality type is the second most popular one (11.6% of the U.S. population). Only the facts, please is their motto ISTJ personalities respect facts greatly and tend to accumulate a lot of information in their own memory. One of the key contributing factors is their S trait, which allows ISTJs to analyse the surroundings quite effortlessly. Ask any ESTJ what values are most important and valuable for any society and it is more than likely that you will hear order, tradition and stability. As members of the SJ Guardian circle, people with the ESTJ personality type feel a strong need to belong to something it can be a family, a community or some other social group. They like organising other people and this can sometimes look like monitoring or managing. However, it is important to note that the ESTJs approach is quite different from the one used by ENTJpersonalities, who are also known as people organisers. The former simply want to ensure that other people adhere to the traditions or rules put in

place by an authority figure. The latter, on the other hand, take pleasure in leading and managing other people according to their own tactical plans and ideas. The ISFJ personality type is perhaps the most altruistic and supportive of all types. ISFJs rarely sit idle there is always a worthy cause awaiting their attention. Most personalities are quite willing to reciprocate when it comes to good deeds; however, ISFJs take that to a higher level, often going above and beyond what is actually expected of them. People belonging to this type thrive in areas that are both traditional (they are SJs, after all) and involve a lot of activities where their input could make a huge positive difference If someone tried to define ESFJ personality traits in three words, it would probably be Harmony, Altruism and Warmth. ESFJs are always looking for opportunities to help other people, paying a lot of attention to others needs and desires. They work very well in a team and excel in completing their tasks timely and efficiently. ESFJ personalities take their commitments very seriously and seek structure, transparency and clear-cut roles. ESFJs also value personal touch and warmth more than most personality types. They will always try to help others, no matter if they are doing some routing tasks, or simply engaging in small talk. ESFJs are also very good at uniting people and helping them achieve a common goal. People with the ISTP personality type possess many interesting traits that can easily baffle outsiders. They are usually very rational and logical, but can also surprise everybody by suddenly becoming more spontaneous and enthusiastic. While most other types tend to be easily recognizable and have clearly outlined traits, this is definitely not the case with ISTPs even people who know them well may not be able to anticipate their reaction to something. People with the ESTP personality type are very social, spontaneous and direct. Some may even see them as rude or reckless, but ESTPs truly love action and always dive right into the heart of the storm. ESTPs dislike theoretical debates or thinking about the future they are only interested in here and now and focus all their efforts on living in the present.

ISFP personalities are generally seen as the most spontaneous and unpredictable of all introverted types. Only one thing is constant in their lives and that is change ISFPs love exploring and embracing new things, ideas and activities. They are very good at sensing such opportunities, but the ISFP personality traits also push them towards experimenting and coming up with ideas that no one has thought of before. For ESFP personalities, life is a never-ending party. ESFPs love being in the company of other people, most forms of entertainment, sharing stories and enjoying even the simplest things. Their spontaneous and impulsive nature, in combination to other dominant personality traits, is usually very attractive to other people. In addition to this, ESFPs absolutely love entertaining others various social meetings is an indispensable source of inspiration and energy for people with the ESFP personality type. INTJs are often seen as highly intelligent and perplexingly mysterious. INTJ personalities radiate the aura of intuition and self-confidence. This selfconfidence, sometimes confused with simple arrogance by less insightful personalities, has a very specific nature it stems from a huge archive of knowledge spanning many different topics and areas. INTJs usually begin to develop that knowledge in early childhood (the bookworm nickname is quite common among INTJs) and keep on doing that later on in life