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What is Your Meyers-Briggs Personality Type?

What is Your Personality Type?  

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  1. 1. Choose your type below:

    • INTJ
    • INTP
    • ENTJ
    • ENTP
    • INFJ
    • INFP
    • ENFJ
    • ENFP
    • ISTJ
    • ISFJ
    • ESTJ
    • ESFJ
    • ISTP
    • ISFP
    • ESTP
    • ESFP

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People love to take personality tests, and Meyers-Briggs is probably the most popular. I am interested in knowing what your type is. If you don't know yours, or you do but want to do it again, my favorite is https://www.16personalities.com/. It's free, and quite comprehensive...and I just love the graphics ?. Please post in the comments what your results are. It'll be interesting to see what the predominant types are in DM. It's worth noting we fit into all types in one way or another, and nothing good comes of pigeon-holing yourself into a box, but it's fun to see where you are.



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I'm an INFJ-A.



An Advocate (INFJ) is someone with the Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging personality traits. They tend to approach life with deep thoughtfulness and imagination. Their inner vision, personal values, and a quiet, principled version of humanism guide them in all things.


“Treat people as if they were what they ought to be and you help them to become what they are capable of being.”


The Advocate personality type is very rare, making up less than one percent of the population, but they nonetheless leave their mark on the world. Advocates have an inborn sense of idealism and morality, but what sets them apart is that they are not idle dreamers. These individuals are capable of taking concrete steps to realize their goals and make a lasting positive impact.


People with this personality type tend to see helping others as their purpose in life. Advocates can often be found engaging in rescue efforts and doing charity work. However, their real passion is to get to the heart of the issue so that people need not be rescued at all.


Advocates indeed share a unique combination of traits. Though soft-spoken, they have very strong opinions and will fight tirelessly for an idea they believe in. They are decisive and strong-willed, but will rarely use that energy for personal gain.


Advocates will act with creativity, imagination, conviction, and sensitivity not to create an advantage, but to create balance. Egalitarianism and karma are very attractive ideas to Advocate personalities. These types tend to believe that nothing would help the world so much as using love and compassion to soften the hearts of tyrants.


Nothing lights up Advocates like creating a solution that changes people’s lives.

Advocates find it easy to make connections with others. They have a talent for warm, sensitive language, speaking in human terms, rather than with pure logic and fact.


It makes sense that their friends and colleagues will come to think of them as quiet Extraverted personality types. However, they would all do well to remember that Advocates need time alone to decompress and recharge, and not to become too alarmed when they suddenly withdraw. Advocates take great care of others’ feelings, and they expect the favor to be returned – sometimes that means giving them the space they need for a few days.


Really, though, it is most important for people with the Advocate personality type to remember to take care of themselves. The passion of their convictions is perfectly capable of carrying them past their breaking point. If their zeal gets out of hand, they can find themselves exhausted, unhealthy, and stressed.


This becomes especially apparent when Advocates find themselves up against conflict and criticism. Their sensitivity forces these personalities to do everything they can to evade these seemingly personal attacks. When the circumstances are unavoidable, however, they can fight back in highly irrational, unhelpful ways.


To Advocates, the world is a place full of inequity – but it doesn’t have to be. No other personality type is better suited to create a movement to right a wrong, no matter how big or small. Advocates just need to remember that while they’re busy taking care of the world, they need to take care of themselves, too.


Advocate Strengths

  • Creative – Combining a vivid imagination with a strong sense of compassion, Advocates use their creativity to resolve not technical challenges, but human ones. People with the Advocate personality type enjoy finding the perfect solution for someone they care about. This strength makes them excellent counselors and advisors.
  • Insightful – Seeing through dishonesty and disingenuous motives, Advocates step past manipulation and sales tactics and into a more honest discussion. Advocate personalities see how people and events are connected. They are then able to use that insight to get to the heart of the matter.
  • Inspiring and Convincing – Speaking in human terms, not technical, Advocates have a fluid, inspirational writing style that appeals to the inner idealist in their audience. Advocates can even be astonishingly good orators, speaking with warmth and passion. This is especially true if they are proud of what they are speaking for.
  • Decisive – Advocates’ creativity, insight, and inspiration are able to have a real impact on the world. This is because they are able to follow through on their ideas with conviction, willpower, and the planning necessary to see complex projects through to the end. People with the Advocate personality type don’t just see the way things ought to be; they act on those insights.
  • Determined and Passionate – When Advocates come to believe that something is important, they pursue that goal with a conviction and energy that can catch others off-guard. Advocates will rock the boat if they must. Not everyone likes to see this, but their passion for their chosen cause is an inseparable part of the Advocate personality.
  • Altruistic – These strengths are used for good. Advocates will not engage in any actions or promote beliefs just to benefit themselves. They have strong beliefs and take the actions that they do because they are trying to advance an idea that they truly believe will make the world a better place.


Advocate Weaknesses

  • Sensitive – When someone challenges or criticizes Advocates’ principles or values, they are likely to receive an alarmingly strong response. People with the Advocate personality type are highly vulnerable to criticism and conflict. Questioning their motives is the quickest way to their bad side.
  • Extremely Private – Advocates tend to present themselves as the culmination of an idea. This is partly because they believe in this idea, but also because Advocates are extremely private when it comes to their personal lives. They use this image to keep themselves from having to truly open up, even to close friends. Trusting a new friend can be even more challenging for Advocates.
  • Perfectionistic – Advocate personalities are all but defined by their pursuit of ideals. While this is a wonderful quality in many ways, an ideal situation is not always possible – in politics, in business, in romance. Advocates, especially Turbulent ones, too often drop or ignore healthy and productive situations and relationships, always believing there might be a better option down the road.
  • Always Need to Have a Cause – Advocate personalities get so caught up in their pursuits that any of the cumbersome tasks that come between them and their ideal vision is deeply unwelcome. Advocates like to know that they are taking concrete steps toward their goals. If routine tasks feel like they are getting in the way – or worse yet, there is no goal at all – they will feel restless and disappointed.
  • Can Burn Out Easily – Their passion, impatience for routine maintenance, idealism, and extreme privacy tend to leave Advocates with few options for letting off steam. People with this personality type are likely to exhaust themselves in short order if they don’t find a way to balance their ideals with the realities of day-to-day living.



“In the end, it’s your actions, how you respond to circumstance, that reveals your character.”



Few personality types are as passionate and mysterious as Advocates. As someone with this personality type, your imagination and empathy make you someone who cherishes their integrity and deeply held principles. Unlike many other idealistic types, however, you are also capable of turning those ideals into plans and executing them.


Yet Advocates can be easily tripped up in areas where their idealism and determination are more of a liability than an asset. There are many areas in life where you may face challenges that, at times, can even make you question who you really are. Anything from navigating interpersonal conflicts, confronting unpleasant facts, pursuing self-realization, or finding a career path that aligns well with your inner core can cause internal frustration.

What you have read so far is just an introduction – and less than five percent of what we can tell you about the Advocate personality type. You may have muttered to yourself, “Wow, this is so accurate it’s creepy,” or, “They know more about me than people I’m closest to.” You may even be a little uncomfortable because you are really not used to being understood.


This is not a trick. You felt understood because you were. And no, we did not spy on you – rather, we spent years studying Advocates’ life stories, experiences, and responses to hundreds of our surveys. Step by step, insight by insight, we discovered exactly how Advocates think, and what they need to reach their full potential.


This is how we know that many of the challenges you’ve faced (and will face in the future) have been overcome by other Advocates. You are not alone in this. You simply need to learn from the mistakes and successes of others.


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Defender (Isfj-t/isfj-a)

74% introverted

54% observant

74% feeling

63% judging

61% turbulent

The Defender personality type is quite unique, as many of their qualities defy the definition of their individual traits. Though sensitive, Defenders have excellent analytical abilities; though reserved, they have well-developed people skills and robust social relationships; and though they are generally a conservative type, Defenders are often receptive to change and new ideas. As with so many things, people with the Defender personality type are more than the sum of their parts, and it is the way they use these strengths that defines who they are.

Defenders are true altruists, meeting kindness with kindness-in-excess and engaging the work and people they believe in with enthusiasm and generosity.

There’s hardly a better type to make up such a large proportion of the population, nearly 13%. Combining the best of tradition and the desire to do good, Defenders are found in lines of work with a sense of history behind them, such as medicine, academics and charitable social work.

Defender (ISFJ) personality

Defender personalities (especially Turbulent ones) are often meticulous to the point of perfectionism, and though they procrastinate, they can always be relied on to get the job done on time. Defenders take their responsibilities personally, consistently going above and beyond, doing everything they can to exceed expectations and delight others, at work and at home.

We Must Be Seen to Be Believed

The challenge for Defenders is ensuring that what they do is noticed. They have a tendency to underplay their accomplishments, and while their kindness is often respected, more cynical and selfish people are likely to take advantage of Defenders’ dedication and humbleness by pushing work onto them and then taking the credit. Defenders need to know when to say no and stand up for themselves if they are to maintain their confidence and enthusiasm.

Naturally social, an odd quality for Introverts, Defenders utilize excellent memories not to retain data and trivia, but to remember people, and details about their lives. When it comes to gift-giving, Defenders have no equal, using their imagination and natural sensitivity to express their generosity in ways that touch the hearts of their recipients. While this is certainly true of their coworkers, whom people with the Defender personality type often consider their personal friends, it is in family that their expressions of affection fully bloom.

If I Can Protect You, I Will

Defender personalities are a wonderful group, rarely sitting idle while a worthy cause remains unfinished. Defenders’ ability to connect with others on an intimate level is unrivaled among Introverts, and the joy they experience in using those connections to maintain a supportive, happy family is a gift for everyone involved. They may never be truly comfortable in the spotlight, and may feel guilty taking due credit for team efforts, but if they can ensure that their efforts are recognized, Defenders are likely to feel a level of satisfaction in what they do that many other personality types can only dream of.


 ^^^ there's the proof I'm a good warder ?

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54 % introverted / 46% extraverted

51 % intuitive / 49% observant

61 % thinking / 39% feeling

51 % judging / 49% prospect

53 % turbulent / 47% assertive



Ich ok so strength and weaknesses


+Quick, Imaginative, and Strategic Mind

+High Self-Confidence

+Independent and Decisive

+Hard-Working and Determined 





-Overly Analytical

-Loathe Highly Structured Environments

-Clueless in Romance

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Who is A Logician (INTP-T)?

A Logician (INTP) is someone with the Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, and Prospecting personality traits. These flexible thinkers enjoy taking an unconventional approach to many aspects of life. They often seek out unlikely paths, mixing willingness to experiment with personal creativity.

Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.

Albert Einstein

The Logician personality type is fairly rare, making up only three percent of the population, which is definitely a good thing for them, as there’s nothing they’d be more unhappy about than being “common”. Logicians pride themselves on their inventiveness and creativity, their unique perspective and vigorous intellect. Usually known as the philosopher, the architect, or the dreamy professor, Logicians have been responsible for many scientific discoveries throughout history.

The Unexamined Life Is Not Worth Living

Logicians are known for their brilliant theories and unrelenting logic – in fact, they are considered the most logically precise of all the personality types.

They love patterns, and spotting discrepancies between statements could almost be described as a hobby, making it a bad idea to lie to a Logician. This makes it ironic that Logicians’ word should always be taken with a grain of salt – it’s not that they are dishonest, but people with the Logician personality type tend to share thoughts that are not fully developed, using others as a sounding board for ideas and theories in a debate against themselves rather than as actual conversation partners.

This may make them appear unreliable, but in reality no one is more enthusiastic and capable of spotting a problem, drilling through the endless factors and details that encompass the issue and developing a unique and viable solution than Logicians – just don’t expect punctual progress reports. People who share the Logician personality type aren’t interested in practical, day-to-day activities and maintenance, but when they find an environment where their creative genius and potential can be expressed, there is no limit to the time and energy Logicians will expend in developing an insightful and unbiased solution.

Logician (INTP) personality

Wisdom Begins in Wonder

They may appear to drift about in an unending daydream, but Logicians’ thought process is unceasing, and their minds buzz with ideas from the moment they wake up. This constant thinking can have the effect of making them look pensive and detached, as they are often conducting full-fledged debates in their own heads, but really Logicians are quite relaxed and friendly when they are with people they know, or who share their interests. However, this can be replaced by overwhelming shyness when Logician personalities are among unfamiliar faces, and friendly banter can quickly become combative if they believe their logical conclusions or theories are being criticized.

When Logicians are particularly excited, the conversation can border on incoherence as they try to explain the daisy-chain of logical conclusions that led to the formation of their latest idea. Oftentimes, Logicians will opt to simply move on from a topic before it’s ever understood what they were trying to say, rather than try to lay things out in plain terms.

The reverse can also be true when people explain their thought processes to Logicians in terms of subjectivity and feeling. Imagine an immensely complicated clockwork, taking in every fact and idea possible, processing them with a heavy dose of creative reasoning and returning the most logically sound results available – this is how the Logician mind works, and this type has little tolerance for an emotional monkey-wrench jamming their machines.

Let Those Who Would Move the World First Move Themselves

Further, Logicians are unlikely to understand emotional complaints at all, and their friends won’t find a bedrock of emotional support in them. People with the Logician personality type would much rather make a series of logical suggestions for how to resolve the underlying issue, a perspective that is not always welcomed by their more sensitive companions. This will likely extend to most social conventions and goals as well, like planning dinners and getting married, as Logicians are far more concerned with originality and efficient results.

The one thing that really holds Logicians back is their restless and pervasive fear of failure. Logician personalities are so prone to reassessing their own thoughts and theories, worrying that they’ve missed some critical piece of the puzzle, that they can stagnate, lost in an intangible world where their thoughts are never truly applied. Overcoming this self-doubt stands as the greatest challenge Logicians are likely to face, but the intellectual gifts – big and small – bestowed on the world when they do makes it worth the fight.


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Type “The Mediator” (INFP-T)
Introverted - 85%
Intuitive - 64%
Feeling - 64%
Prospecting - 51%
Turbulent - 79%
Role Diplomat

Constant Improvement



lol I don't know how to copy/paste the rest in a non-overwhelming/spammy way. So eh... you can check it on the site, I guess. 


 but..... on other sites/tests I always come out as an INFJ-T. 

I would much rather be an INFP than an INFJ but I don't fully identify with INFP just as I don't fully identify with INFJ. It very much depends on the detail. 


When it comes to not compromising who I am, what I stand for and what my principles are, then I am very much an INFP. 
But, I also don't entirely feel like I'm the fully creative type either. So yeah... lol 




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Tests depends on mood and dayform and such...and I tend to not spike on any specific up or down on tests of any type, I tend to score all over medium high but a bit higher in some


So jack of all trades somewhat fit in many aspects



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Well the test basically say your either or which isn't quite right as everything else it's a scale


Also introverts been misdunderstood to be shy or quiet....no shy people are shy, quiet people are quiet...introverts just charge on their own company while extroverts charge on others...

Well simplified


Aka you can still be an insecure shy extrovert but you need others to recharge...and an introvert can easily be all but shy...so missconseptions ?



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Yeah, introvert/extrovert doesn't dictate how outgoing and social you are...it's a matter of where you get your energy from. I'm only saying it's not a surprise we here at DM are for the most part, introverted. I recognize personality tests are not all encompassing, and humans are much more complicated than being put into 16 boxes. It's all funsies, and interesting to see where people are at this point in time ?.

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  • 1 month later...
INTP-A - Assertive Logician
Mind - 69% Introverted
Energy - 66% Intuitive
Nature - 58% Thinking
Tactics - 56% Prospecting
Identity - 58% Assertive
Fun! Took a Organizational Behaviors class in Univ. Always good to assess one's self ?
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  • 3 weeks later...

I’m an ISFJ. I’ve been tested before.

I think it’s so cool how different people can be. We know theoretically that we are different but when you begin to discuss things with other types looking from this perspective it shows how real that difference is. I was really surprised that people see the world and react and understand things soooo different from me.

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My sister had some group training related to this typing and they had a fun exercise. They were divided into 4 groups: NT types, NF types, SP types and SJ types and each group was given a big peace of paper and asked to draw a “perfect organization“.

SJs draw a very, very detailed organization of a company, with the interior plans and plants at the windows, and cookies and everything.

SPs draw a scheme with squares and arrows “this->that->now-it-goes-there” that was showing how everything works.

NFs draw a human body outline and creative processes inside.

NTs draw a dot in the middle of the sheet.


I think those drawings are so much alike those types.
And as much as I like all of them I’m sure I’d be drawing cactuses and the texture of the walls and how many pencils everybody would have ?


What would you draw? 

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19 minutes ago, kukasö said:

My sister had some group training related to this typing and they had a fun exercise. They were divided into 4 groups: NT types, NF types, SP types and SJ types and each group was given a big peace of paper and asked to draw a “perfect organization“.

SJs draw a very, very detailed organization of a company, with the interior plans and plants at the windows, and cookies and everything.

SPs draw a scheme with squares and arrows “this->that->now-it-goes-there” that was showing how everything works.

NFs draw a human body outline and creative processes inside.

NTs draw a dot in the middle of the sheet.


I think those drawings are so much alike those types.
And as much as I like all of them I’m sure I’d be drawing cactuses and the texture of the walls and how many pencils everybody would have ?


What would you draw? 


Oh I love this! I would draw the Earth inside the Universe.

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On 11/6/2020 at 6:23 PM, kukasö said:

Cool ☺️

Why “Earth inside the Universe” not just the Universe?


I once watched an interesting program on all the crazy circumstances that had to happen in order for the Earth to exist. Earth's existence in the Universe is a perfect organization :).

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Meanwhile, I've taken 39 Tests. All different from different sources. 
38 times came out as INFJ

2 time came out as INFP

Neither of those felt right to me so I kept researching and watching video's of people who have been studying these things for years. 
From that and actually taking an accurate test for a change, I finally came to my real type, which is an ENFJ


I would strongly recommend NOT to place too much importance on those tests (especially the one at 16personalities.com) because you might be taking advise that is totally not fit for you. 


I know a lot of people love the idea of being rare and special, but there's nothing more special than being your true self. You don't need to be a bad copy of someone else. 


A few reliable sources: 


Cognitive Personality Theory Youtube channel

Erik Thor --> accurate test: www.erikthor.com/test/personality-test 




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