16 Types
Color codes:   NF - The Idealist Temperament  
    Are abstract in speech and cooperative in pursuing their goals. Their greatest strength is diplomatic integration. Their best developed intelligence role is either mentoring (Counselors and Teachers) or advocacy (Healers and Champions).    NF - The Idealist      NT - The Rational Temperament 
    Are abstract in speech and utilitarian in pursuing their goals. Their greatest strength is strategy. Their most developed intelligence role is that of either the Engineer (Architects and Inventors) or the Coordinator (Masterminds and Fieldmarshals).    NT - The Rational      SJ - The Guardian Temperament 
    Are concrete in communicating and cooperative in pursuing their goals. Their greatest strength is logistics. Their most developed intelligence role is either that of the Conservator (Protectors and Providers) or the Administrator (Inspector and Supervisor).   SJ - The Guardian      SP - The Artisan Temperament 
    Are concrete in speech and utilitarian in pursing their goals. Their greatest strength is tactical variation. Their most developed intelligence role is that of either the Operator (Promoters and Crafters) or the Entertainer (Performers and Composers).    SP - The Artisan
16 Personality Types

ENFJ - The Teacher  ENFJ - The Teacher

Extravert  |  iNtuition  |  Feeling  |  Judging

You are often motivated by interacting with people, and enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, where you gain energy from social situations. You focus on the big picture and on the final product rather than the task at hand and details. You are sensitive and sympathetic believing its better to be tactful than truthful to keep the peace and are motivated by appreciation. You derive a sense of control through predictability, therefore plan your activities and make decisions early.

Your are friendly, optimistic and enjoy the social life. Your charisma makes you a very attractive leader. You have the ability to inspire and motivate others. You are supportive of and sympathetic to the plight others. You are reliable and goal oriented. Your penchant for diplomacy helps you solve conflicts and promote harmony within your group.

In relationships you truly like to please those you like or love. You seek harmony and cooperation in your relationships. You are very loyal. You like praise and respect and need to be reassured things are going well. You are not one to speak negatively of those close to you, nor do you want to be spoken negatively of. You have a well defined sense of proper and improper behavior. You may find it difficult to define your inner feelings.

• Extravert •
You are social and outgoing. You are most comfortable when with other people and experiencing the world first hand. Interaction with others and first hand experiences energize you. It is not unlike you to start conversations with strangers. You have a preference for the outer world: people, activities, and things. Other people provide you with a mirror, sounding board to help you develop ideas and plans. Being alone may sap your energies. Your concept of the world is derived from experiencing it firsthand and then drawing conclusions.

• iNtuition •
While you do process information through your senses you add a twist to your processing by relying on intuition and serendipity. You look for undercurrents of meaning and abstractions in what you experience physically. You do not just see things just as they are, but as what they could be. While you may rely on common sense at times, you trust inspiration far more.

• Feeling •
You make decisions subjectively based upon your values and what is important to you. How people will be affected by your decisions is important to you. You are likely to make decisions based upon what you feel is acceptable and agreeable rather than what is logical. Your truths are founded in your values and those of the society you live in. It is important to remember that we are discussing how you evaluate data and make decisions, and that you rely on your feelings to do so in no way implies you are overly emotional.

• Judging •
You like decisions to be made as soon as possible. You are not comfortable with loose ends and like to see conflicts resolved as soon as possible. You have a preference for a well-structured, orderly lifestyle with few surprises. It may not be all that important who makes the decisions that gets things done as long things do get done. You take commitments very seriously. While you are not inflexible, you do like to stick to a plan once it is set into motion.

INFJ - The Counselor  INFJ - The Counselor

Introvert  |  iNtuition  |  Feeling  |  Judging

You tend to be quiet and reserved and prefer a few close friends rather than a wide circle of acquaintances. You focus on the big picture and on the final product rather than the task at hand and details. You are sensitive and sympathetic believing its better to be tactful than truthful to keep the peace and are motivated by appreciation. You derive a sense of control through predictability, therefore plan your activities and make decisions early.

Sometimes you may seem to have a mystical quality about you. You are very sensitive and deep. You place a high value on integrity. Your inner life is well very well developed. You are an idealist capable of very creative, original thought. You are gentle, compassionate and enjoy your time alone. You need both inner and outer harmony. When reaching for a goal you are very determined and persevering

In relationships you are very tender and gentle. You have a very strong need to create a pleasant home environment. You do not make commitments lightly, but once you do you put all your energies into it. You understand your feelings and are able to share them with those you care for. At times you may find it difficult to balance your need to retreat into your inner-world and your need to be with those you care for. You can be very playful and fun when you feel at ease. You need harmony in your intimate world. Conflict can upset you to the point of making you sick.

• Introvert •
While you may not be anti-social, you do need (and deserve) your private time and space to retreat from the world. Unlike extroverts, you need to develop a concept of the world or some aspect of it before experiencing it. Too much socializing may zap your energies. Your energies are derived from exploring the inner world of ideas, impressions and pure thought.

• iNtuition •
While you do process information through your senses you add a twist to your processing by relying on intuition and serendipity. You look for undercurrents of meaning and abstractions in what you experience physically. You do not just see things just as they are, but as what they could be. While you may rely on common sense at times, you trust inspiration far more.

• Feeling •
You make decisions subjectively based upon your values and what is important to you. How people will be affected by your decisions is important to you. You are likely to make decisions based upon what you feel is acceptable and agreeable rather than what is logical. Your truths are founded in your values and those of the society you live in. It is important to remember that we are discussing how you evaluate data and make decisions, and that you rely on your feelings to do so in no way implies you are overly emotional.

• Judging •
You like decisions to be made as soon as possible. You are not comfortable with loose ends and like to see conflicts resolved as soon as possible. You have a preference for a well-structured, orderly lifestyle with few surprises. It may not be all that important who makes the decisions that gets things done as long things do get done. You take commitments very seriously. While you are not inflexible, you do like to stick to a plan once it is set into motion.

ENFP - The Champion  ENFP - The Champion

Extravert  |  iNtuition  |  Feeling  |  Perceiving

You are often motivated by interacting with people, and enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, where you gain energy from social situations. You focus on the big picture and on the final product rather than the task at hand and details. You are sensitive and sympathetic believing its better to be tactful than truthful to keep the peace and are motivated by appreciation. You like to keep your options open, and have a strong play ethic, play first, work later, casual style and tend to see things in shades of grey.

You are a very creative optimist who never has a shortage of new ideas. You accept others as they are, like to be helpful, and are compassionate. Your freedom and independence are very important to you. Your well-developed insight into others and communication skills allow you to inspire those around you. You have a good sense of humor and love to have fun.

In relationships you may turn intimacy into an all encompassing pursuit. You are very aware of what those around you are thinking and doing. Your people skills allow you to make friends instantly and make almost anyone comfortable. You tend to idealize your relationships. You like your relationships to be very intense you want to feel everything. The warmth and affection you give others is very deep and genuine.

• Extravert •
You are social and outgoing. You are most comfortable when with other people and experiencing the world first hand. Interaction with others and first hand experiences energize you. It is not unlike you to start conversations with strangers. You have a preference for the outer world: people, activities, and things. Other people provide you with a mirror, sounding board to help you develop ideas and plans. Being alone may sap your energies. Your concept of the world is derived from experiencing it firsthand and then drawing conclusions.

• iNtuition •
While you do process information through your senses you add a twist to your processing by relying on intuition and serendipity. You look for undercurrents of meaning and abstractions in what you experience physically. You do not just see things just as they are, but as what they could be. While you may rely on common sense at times, you trust inspiration far more.

• Feeling •
You make decisions subjectively based upon your values and what is important to you. How people will be affected by your decisions is important to you. You are likely to make decisions based upon what you feel is acceptable and agreeable rather than what is logical. Your truths are founded in your values and those of the society you live in. It is important to remember that we are discussing how you evaluate data and make decisions, and that you rely on your feelings to do so in no way implies you are overly emotional.

• Perceiving •
You like to have as much information as possible before making a decision. Putting off a final decision until the last moment does not make you uncomfortable. Indeed once a decision is made, a course plotted, you may feel a bit uneasy, because you feel bound to a certain course of action. You would much prefer to wait and see what happens. You enjoy the opportunity to improvise. Commitments are not etched in stone to you, and are changeable.

INFP - The Healer  INFP - The Healer

Introvert  |  iNtuition  |  Feeling  |  Perceiving

You tend to be quiet and reserved and prefer a few close friends rather than a wide circle of acquaintances. You focus on the big picture and on the final product rather than the task at hand and details. You are sensitive and sympathetic believing its better to be tactful than truthful to keep the peace and are motivated by appreciation. You like to keep your options open, and have a strong play ethic, play first, work later, casual style and tend to see things in shades of grey.

You are devoted and compassionate. You have a well-developed distaste for rules, orders and schedules. You are a natural born learner and can get so absorbed in your projects that you forget those around you. You are passionate about your beliefs and love ideals. You have very high standards for yourself. You are very creative, sensitive, reserved, and introspective. You respect the values of others and expect them to respect yours.

In relationships you are loyal and totally committed. You prefer a few deep relationships over a horde of acquaintances. Because you are somewhat reserved, you do best in one on one and small group situations. When you feel comfortable, you can be very entertaining and capricious. You are nurturing and supportive by nature. You greatest social challenge is to balance your need to withdraw into your inner-world with your need to keep a strong connection with those you care for.

• Introvert •
While you may not be anti-social, you do need (and deserve) your private time and space to retreat from the world. Unlike extroverts, you need to develop a concept of the world or some aspect of it before experiencing it. Too much socializing may zap your energies. Your energies are derived from exploring the inner world of ideas, impressions and pure thought.

• iNtuition •
While you do process information through your senses you add a twist to your processing by relying on intuition and serendipity. You look for undercurrents of meaning and abstractions in what you experience physically. You do not just see things just as they are, but as what they could be. While you may rely on common sense at times, you trust inspiration far more.

• Feeling •
You make decisions subjectively based upon your values and what is important to you. How people will be affected by your decisions is important to you. You are likely to make decisions based upon what you feel is acceptable and agreeable rather than what is logical. Your truths are founded in your values and those of the society you live in. It is important to remember that we are discussing how you evaluate data and make decisions, and that you rely on your feelings to do so in no way implies you are overly emotional.

• Perceiving •
You like to have as much information as possible before making a decision. Putting off a final decision until the last moment does not make you uncomfortable. Indeed once a decision is made, a course plotted, you may feel a bit uneasy, because you feel bound to a certain course of action. You would much prefer to wait and see what happens. You enjoy the opportunity to improvise. Commitments are not etched in stone to you, and are changeable.

ENTJ - The Fieldmarshal  ENTJ - The Fieldmarshal

Extravert  |  iNtuition  |  Thinking  |  Judging

You are often motivated by interacting with people, and enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, where you gain energy from social situations. You focus on the big picture and on the final product rather than the task at hand and details. You like established ways of doing things, and think and talk in a step by step manner. Decision making is based on logic rather than social considerations. You derive a sense of control through predictability, therefore plan your activities and make decisions early.

You make a very confident leader and enjoy being in charge. You are ambitious and do not hesitate to make decisions. You are a master at solving complex problems, and relish intellectual interaction. Your talent for innovation is bolstered by your ability to think analytically and logically. You value your independence and are a self-starter. Regardless of the task, your goal remains the same: to be the best there can be. Where others see obstacles, you see challenges.

In relationships you are sincere and plain-spoken. You need a life of gusto and an upbeat tempo. While very serious about your work, you do have a fun loving side that comes out often. You nurture those you care for by encouraging them towards goals you feel will improve their life and status. You see relationships as opportunities to learn. You may be a bit overbearing at times. Social status is important to you. You often hide the soft side of you by displaying a tough exterior to the world.

• Extravert •
You are social and outgoing. You are most comfortable when with other people and experiencing the world first hand. Interaction with others and first hand experiences energize you. It is not unlike you to start conversations with strangers. You have a preference for the outer world: people, activities, and things. Other people provide you with a mirror, sounding board to help you develop ideas and plans. Being alone may sap your energies. Your concept of the world is derived from experiencing it firsthand and then drawing conclusions..

• iNtuition •
While you do process information through your senses you add a twist to your processing by relying on intuition and serendipity. You look for undercurrents of meaning and abstractions in what you experience physically. You do not just see things just as they are, but as what they could be. While you may rely on common sense at times, you trust inspiration far more.

• Thinking •
You evaluate data and reach conclusions by using your ability to apply logical, objective analysis to the information before you. Your thinking process values consistency and fairness over the affect your decisions will have on others. You compare courses of action logically and make your choices based upon what consequences you see them as having. If there is something wrong with a plan, you are the one to ferret it out. It is important to remember that this does not mean you are cold and unfeeling, but that your thinking process is analytical.

• Judging •
You like decisions to be made as soon as possible. You are not comfortable with loose ends and like to see conflicts resolved as soon as possible. You have a preference for a well-structured, orderly lifestyle with few surprises. It may not be all that important who makes the decisions that gets things done as long things do get done. You take commitments very seriously. While you are not inflexible, you do like to stick to a plan once it is set into motion.

INTJ - The Mastermind  INTJ - The Mastermind

Introvert  |  iNtuition  |  Thinking  |  Judging

You tend to be quiet and reserved and prefer a few close friends rather than a wide circle of acquaintances. You focus on the big picture and on the final product rather than the task at hand and details. Decision making is based on logic rather than social considerations. You derive a sense of control through predictability, therefore plan your activities and make decisions early.

You are an individualist and very independent by nature. You are very adept at devising systems and creating theories. Self-improvement is important to you, and you look inwardly for the energies to reach your goals. You are creative and an excellent problem solver that has the endurance to get those tough jobs done. You need your privacy and time for introspection. So much in the world interest you that you sometimes have a difficult time choosing what activity to pursue next.

In relationships you are very loyal and prefer a traditional structure. You tend to only demonstrate your affections to those who are very close to you. You enjoy one-on-one relationships that are very intimate. You sometimes like extroverts, because they can take the "heaviness" out of your personality. You love the intellectual arena and the exchange of ideas. You are very sensitive to rejection but hide your emotional vulnerabilities well. While very loving, you can get so absorbed in your own projects that you neglect those around you.

• Introvert •
While you may not be anti-social, you do need (and deserve) your private time and space to retreat from the world. Unlike extroverts, you need to develop a concept of the world or some aspect of it before experiencing it. Too much socializing may zap your energies. Your energies are derived from exploring the inner world of ideas, impressions and pure thought.

• iNtuition •
While you do process information through your senses you add a twist to your processing by relying on intuition and serendipity. You look for undercurrents of meaning and abstractions in what you experience physically. You do not just see things just as they are, but as what they could be. While you may rely on common sense at times, you trust inspiration far more.

• Thinking •
You evaluate data and reach conclusions by using your ability to apply logical, objective analysis to the information before you. Your thinking process values consistency and fairness over the affect your decisions will have on others. You compare courses of action logically and make your choices based upon what consequences you see them as having. If there is something wrong with a plan, you are the one to ferret it out. It is important to remember that this does not mean you are cold and unfeeling, but that your thinking process is analytical.

• Judging •
You like decisions to be made as soon as possible. You are not comfortable with loose ends and like to see conflicts resolved as soon as possible. You have a preference for a well-structured, orderly lifestyle with few surprises. It may not be all that important who makes the decisions that gets things done as long things do get done. You take commitments very seriously. While you are not inflexible, you do like to stick to a plan once it is set into motion.

ENTP - The Inventor  ENTP - The Inventor

Extravert  |  iNtuition  |  Thinking  |  Perceiving

You are often motivated by interacting with people, and enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, where you gain energy from social situations. You focus on the big picture and on the final product rather than the task at hand and details. You like established ways of doing things, and think and talk in a step by step manner. You like to keep your options open, and have a strong play ethic, play first, work later, casual style and tend to see things in shades of grey.

You are outspoken and love a challenge or debate. Social by nature, you are very charming and witty. You value your freedom. You can be very creative and resourceful, spontaneous and impulsive. You are a risk-taker who is aware of all the possibilities your actions will create. You are curious about almost everything.

In relationships you are charismatic, quick-witted, and can keep up your end of any conversation. Instead of judging your friends and loved ones, you use your energies to understand the motivations behind their behavior. You are intellectually and spiritually growth oriented, and do well with a partner that shares these qualities. You also have a bit of the adventurer in you and do well in the company of like-minded people. Like all of life''s experiences, you want your relationships to be full of excitement and adventure.

• Extravert •
You are social and outgoing. You are most comfortable when with other people and experiencing the world first hand. Interaction with others and first hand experiences energize you. It is not unlike you to start conversations with strangers. You have a preference for the outer world: people, activities, and things. Other people provide you with a mirror, sounding board to help you develop ideas and plans. Being alone may sap your energies. Your concept of the world is derived from experiencing it firsthand and then drawing conclusions.

• iNtuition •
While you do process information through your senses you add a twist to your processing by relying on intuition and serendipity. You look for undercurrents of meaning and abstractions in what you experience physically. You do not just see things just as they are, but as what they could be. While you may rely on common sense at times, you trust inspiration far more.

• Thinking •
You evaluate data and reach conclusions by using your ability to apply logical, objective analysis to the information before you. Your thinking process values consistency and fairness over the affect your decisions will have on others. You compare courses of action logically and make your choices based upon what consequences you see them as having. If there is something wrong with a plan, you are the one to ferret it out. It is important to remember that this does not mean you are cold and unfeeling, but that your thinking process is analytical.

• Perceiving •
You like to have as much information as possible before making a decision. Putting off a final decision until the last moment does not make you uncomfortable. Indeed once a decision is made, a course plotted, you may feel a bit uneasy, because you feel bound to a certain course of action. You would much prefer to wait and see what happens. You enjoy the opportunity to improvise. Commitments are not etched in stone to you, and are changeable.

INTP - The Architect  INTP - The Architect

Introvert  |  iNtuition  |  Thinking  |  Perceiving

You tend to be quiet and reserved and prefer a few close friends rather than a wide circle of acquaintances. You focus on the big picture and on the final product rather than the task at hand and details. Decision making is based on logic rather than social considerations. You like to keep your options open, and have a strong play ethic, play first, work later, casual style and tend to see things in shades of grey.

You need your time to yourself. Indeed, you need this time so much that some may see you as being more than somewhat private, but aloof and unapproachable. You are iconoclastic, nonconformist by nature and capable of brilliant, original thought. Your analytical skills make you a natural problem solver. You are able to ferret out the contradictions and flaws in logic in almost anyone's thinking including your own. You are independent, inquiring, and insightful.

In relationships you are loyal to those you care for, but you can become so absorbed in your work and inner world that you neglect them. You may show your feelings for others in ways that are too subtle for them to recognize. To be at your best you need to be insulated from conflict. Your appearance or that of others doesn''t cause you much concern. You are non-materialistic. You can be difficult to approach at first, but are usually very accepting of people and their idiosyncrasies once you know them. You are a conceptual thinker, so it is only natural that a good conversation to you revolves around conceptual things and is devoid of chitchat. Many of the activities you love may exclude those around you--they are single person or two person pursuits. You will pursue knowledge throughout your life.

• Introvert •
While you may not be anti-social, you do need (and deserve) your private time and space to retreat from the world. Unlike extroverts, you need to develop a concept of the world or some aspect of it before experiencing it. Too much socializing may zap your energies. Your energies are derived from exploring the inner world of ideas, impressions and pure thought.

• iNtuition •
While you do process information through your senses you add a twist to your processing by relying on intuition and serendipity. You look for undercurrents of meaning and abstractions in what you experience physically. You do not just see things just as they are, but as what they could be. While you may rely on common sense at times, you trust inspiration far more.

• Thinking •
You evaluate data and reach conclusions by using your ability to apply logical, objective analysis to the information before you. Your thinking process values consistency and fairness over the affect your decisions will have on others. You compare courses of action logically and make your choices based upon what consequences you see them as having. If there is something wrong with a plan, you are the one to ferret it out. It is important to remember that this does not mean you are cold and unfeeling, but that your thinking process is analytical.

• Perceiving •
You like to have as much information as possible before making a decision. Putting off a final decision until the last moment does not make you uncomfortable. Indeed once a decision is made, a course plotted, you may feel a bit uneasy, because you feel bound to a certain course of action. You would much prefer to wait and see what happens. You enjoy the opportunity to improvise. Commitments are not etched in stone to you, and are changeable.

ESTJ - The Supervisor  ESTJ - The Supervisor

Extravert  |  Sensing  |  Thinking  |  Judging

You are often motivated by interacting with people, and enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, where you gain energy from social situations. You are practical and realistic, focusing on facts and figures and your own person experiences. You like established ways of doing things, and think and talk in a step by step manner. Decision making is based on logic rather than social considerations. You derive a sense of control through predictability, therefore plan your activities and make decisions early.

You are outgoing, energetic and reliable. You like taking the role of the leader. Considering your well-developed organizational skills and abilities to implement successful policies and procedures, the leader role is perfect for you. You can focus your energies on solving problems without getting drained. You are assertive, outspoken, do not shy from hard work, goal oriented, consistent, practical and logical.

In relationships, you like to take on the role as advisor/director and will happily assume important responsibilities. You will keep your commitments at almost any costs. You are fun to be around--if all the work is done. You seek active pursuits with your family and friends. You are very comfortable with the role of provider. You may have difficulty understanding your emotions or those of others. You may feel your way is the best way, and force it on those around you. You can be impatient with others and have a closed ear to their ideas and needs.

• Extravert •
You are social and outgoing. You are most comfortable when with other people and experiencing the world first hand. Interaction with others and first hand experiences energize you. It is not unlike you to start conversations with strangers. You have a preference for the outer world: people, activities, and things. Other people provide you with a mirror, sounding board to help you develop ideas and plans. Being alone may sap your energies. Your concept of the world is derived from experiencing it firsthand and then drawing conclusions.

• Sensing •
You usually gather information with your senses: what you can see, hear, taste, touch and smell in the physical world. The facts gathered from the sensory data you process are the building blocks of your model of our world. You concentrate your energies on what actually exists and do not ponder what might exist too much. You are usually practical and rely on your common sense to guide you through the world. You see things as they are and have little or no need to search for underlying meanings.

• Thinking •
You evaluate data and reach conclusions by using your ability to apply logical, objective analysis to the information before you. Your thinking process values consistency and fairness over the affect your decisions will have on others. You compare courses of action logically and make your choices based upon what consequences you see them as having. If there is something wrong with a plan, you are the one to ferret it out. It is important to remember that this does not mean you are cold and unfeeling, but that your thinking process is analytical.

• Judging •
You like decisions to be made as soon as possible. You are not comfortable with loose ends and like to see conflicts resolved as soon as possible. You have a preference for a well-structured, orderly lifestyle with few surprises. It may not be all that important who makes the decisions that gets things done as long things do get done. You take commitments very seriously. While you are not inflexible, you do like to stick to a plan once it is set into motion.

ISTJ - The Inspector  ISTJ - The Inspector

Introvert  |  Sensing  |  Thinking  |  Judging

You tend to be quiet and reserved and prefer a few close friends rather than a wide circle of acquaintances. You are practical and realistic, focusing on facts and figures and your own person experiences. You like established ways of doing things, and think and talk in a step by step manner. Decision making is based on logic rather than social considerations. You derive a sense of control through predictability, therefore plan your activities and make decisions early.

You are reserved and approach life carefully. You are a down-to-earth type person and very stable. You do not like change. Your perseverance and willingness to work hard ensure that you will get your tasks done. You are systematic and very well organized. Keeping your commitments is very important to you. You will do what you think is right and expect the same behavior from others. You are loyal and trustworthy. In a crisis, you are the one who will remain calm and work hard to find a solution.

In relationships you are a very loyal mate and will keep your word regardless of the situation. You express your love for others through your unwavering loyalty, reliability, and willingness to do practical things that will enhance you loved ones lives. While your affections may run very deep for others, you may have difficulty displaying them. At times you may appear emotionally distant to those who care for you.

• Introvert •
While you may not be anti-social, you do need (and deserve) your private time and space to retreat from the world. Unlike extroverts, you need to develop a concept of the world or some aspect of it before experiencing it. Too much socializing may zap your energies. Your energies are derived from exploring the inner world of ideas, impressions and pure thought.

• Sensing •
You usually gather information with your senses: what you can see, hear, taste, touch and smell in the physical world. The facts gathered from the sensory data you process are the building blocks of your model of our world. You concentrate your energies on what actually exists and do not ponder what might exist too much. You are usually practical and rely on your common sense to guide you through the world. You see things as they are and have little or no need to search for underlying meanings.

• Thinking •
You evaluate data and reach conclusions by using your ability to apply logical, objective analysis to the information before you. Your thinking process values consistency and fairness over the affect your decisions will have on others. You compare courses of action logically and make your choices based upon what consequences you see them as having. If there is something wrong with a plan, you are the one to ferret it out. It is important to remember that this does not mean you are cold and unfeeling, but that your thinking process is analytical.

• Judging •
You like decisions to be made as soon as possible. You are not comfortable with loose ends and like to see conflicts resolved as soon as possible. You have a preference for a well-structured, orderly lifestyle with few surprises. It may not be all that important who makes the decisions that gets things done as long things do get done. You take commitments very seriously. While you are not inflexible, you do like to stick to a plan once it is set into motion.

ESFJ - The Provider  ESFJ - The Provider

Extravert  |  Sensing  |  Feeling  |  Judging

You are often motivated by interacting with people, and enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, where you gain energy from social situations. You are practical and realistic, focusing on facts and figures and your own person experiences. You are sensitive and sympathetic believing its better to be tactful than truthful to keep the peace and are motivated by appreciation. You derive a sense of control through predictability, therefore plan your activities and make decisions early.

You approach life with enthusiasm, and are very social and charming. You are compassionate, agreeable and cooperative. You like to be helpful an asset and want to be needed. You can be relied on to see things through. You''re trustworthy and loyal. You do not like conflict. Harmony is definitely your ally. You do not like to be alone for too long, if at all.

In relationships you are compassionate and considerate. You can be very talkative at times, and will strike up a conversation with almost anyone. You try to see the best in people. You are not one to take a stand that will offend others. You like attention and need validation of your value from others. Social status is important to you. You can be counted on to keep family and social traditions alive and well.

• Extravert •
You are social and outgoing. You are most comfortable when with other people and experiencing the world first hand. Interaction with others and first hand experiences energize you. It is not unlike you to start conversations with strangers. You have a preference for the outer world: people, activities, and things. Other people provide you with a mirror, sounding board to help you develop ideas and plans. Being alone may sap your energies. Your concept of the world is derived from experiencing it firsthand and then drawing conclusions.

• Sensing •
You usually gather information with your senses: what you can see, hear, taste, touch and smell in the physical world. The facts gathered from the sensory data you process are the building blocks of your model of our world. You concentrate your energies on what actually exists and do not ponder what might exist too much. You are usually practical and rely on your common sense to guide you through the world. You see things as they are and have little or no need to search for underlying meanings.

• Feeling •
You make decisions subjectively based upon your values and what is important to you. How people will be affected by your decisions is important to you. You are likely to make decisions based upon what you feel is acceptable and agreeable rather than what is logical. Your truths are founded in your values and those of the society you live in. It is important to remember that we are discussing how you evaluate data and make decisions, and that you rely on your feelings to do so in no way implies you are overly emotional.

• Judging •
You like decisions to be made as soon as possible. You are not comfortable with loose ends and like to see conflicts resolved as soon as possible. You have a preference for a well-structured, orderly lifestyle with few surprises. It may not be all that important who makes the decisions that gets things done as long things do get done. You take commitments very seriously. While you are not inflexible, you do like to stick to a plan once it is set into motion.

ISFJ - The Protector  ISFJ - The Protector

Introvert  |  Sensing  |  Feeling  |  Judging

You tend to be quiet and reserved and prefer a few close friends rather than a wide circle of acquaintances. You are practical and realistic, focusing on facts and figures and your own person experiences. You are sensitive and sympathetic believing its better to be tactful than truthful to keep the peace and are motivated by appreciation. You derive a sense of control through predictability, therefore plan your activities and make decisions early.

While quiet and reserved by nature, you are very warm-hearted, considerate, gentle, and trustworthy. You have a very well developed work ethic, which ensures you will complete the task before you in a timely manner. You like to help others and are very comfortable working behind the scenes to do so. Getting the job done is far more important to you than accolades for a job well done. You are detail oriented and meticulous in your work habits. Even small mistakes haunt you. While you are not one to give orders, you are very supportive of those around you.

In relationships you are compassionate and considerate. You can be very talkative at times, and will strike up a conversation with almost anyone. You try to see the best in people. You are not one to take a stand that will offend others. You like attention and need validation of your value from others. Social status is important to you. You can be counted on to keep family and social traditions alive and well.

• Introvert •
While you may not be anti-social, you do need (and deserve) your private time and space to retreat from the world. Unlike extroverts, you need to develop a concept of the world or some aspect of it before experiencing it. Too much socializing may zap your energies. Your energies are derived from exploring the inner world of ideas, impressions and pure thought.

• Sensing •
You usually gather information with your senses: what you can see, hear, taste, touch and smell in the physical world. The facts gathered from the sensory data you process are the building blocks of your model of our world. You concentrate your energies on what actually exists and do not ponder what might exist too much. You are usually practical and rely on your common sense to guide you through the world. You see things as they are and have little or no need to search for underlying meanings.

• Feeling •
You make decisions subjectively based upon your values and what is important to you. How people will be affected by your decisions is important to you. You are likely to make decisions based upon what you feel is acceptable and agreeable rather than what is logical. Your truths are founded in your values and those of the society you live in. It is important to remember that we are discussing how you evaluate data and make decisions, and that you rely on your feelings to do so in no way implies you are overly emotional.

• Judging •
You like decisions to be made as soon as possible. You are not comfortable with loose ends and like to see conflicts resolved as soon as possible. You have a preference for a well-structured, orderly lifestyle with few surprises. It may not be all that important who makes the decisions that gets things done as long things do get done. You take commitments very seriously. While you are not inflexible, you do like to stick to a plan once it is set into motion.

ESTP - The Promoter  ESTP - The Promoter

Extravert  |  Sensing  |  Thinking  |  Perceiving

You are often motivated by interacting with people, and enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, where you gain energy from social situations. You are practical and realistic, focusing on facts and figures and your own person experiences. You like established ways of doing things, and think and talk in a step by step manner. Decision making is based on logic rather than social considerations. You like to keep your options open, and have a strong play ethic, play first, work later, casual style and tend to see things in shades of grey.

Energetic and constantly on the go, you are a natural born risk taker that thrives on adventure and new challenges. You live life to the fullest and want to share your time with like-minded people. You are always very aware of what is going on around you and do well in crisis situations. You have a good deal of courage in you. Your view of life is very realistic. You focus on what is, not what might be.

In relationships you can me made to feel trapped by obligations and commitments. Your independent nature needs a great deal of latitude so you may roam as you need to. You will rebel against anyone who tries to control you. Unless you are with others that share you need for new and exciting experiences, those around you may find themselves sitting on the proverbial bench alone. You have the social skills and attitude to get along well with many types of people. You do not dwell on emotional issues. You rely on your charms to impress those you are attracted to. You''re not one to shy away from a fight. You are materially generous, but may shy away from deep intimacy. You will bring excitement to any relationship you enter.

• Extravert •
You are social and outgoing. You are most comfortable when with other people and experiencing the world first hand. Interaction with others and first hand experiences energize you. It is not unlike you to start conversations with strangers. You have a preference for the outer world: people, activities, and things. Other people provide you with a mirror, sounding board to help you develop ideas and plans. Being alone may sap your energies. Your concept of the world is derived from experiencing it firsthand and then drawing conclusions.

• Sensing •
You usually gather information with your senses: what you can see, hear, taste, touch and smell in the physical world. The facts gathered from the sensory data you process are the building blocks of your model of our world. You concentrate your energies on what actually exists and do not ponder what might exist too much. You are usually practical and rely on your common sense to guide you through the world. You see things as they are and have little or no need to search for underlying meanings.

• Thinking •
You evaluate data and reach conclusions by using your ability to apply logical, objective analysis to the information before you. Your thinking process values consistency and fairness over the affect your decisions will have on others. You compare courses of action logically and make your choices based upon what consequences you see them as having. If there is something wrong with a plan, you are the one to ferret it out. It is important to remember that this does not mean you are cold and unfeeling, but that your thinking process is analytical.

• Perceiving •
You like to have as much information as possible before making a decision. Putting off a final decision until the last moment does not make you uncomfortable. Indeed once a decision is made, a course plotted, you may feel a bit uneasy, because you feel bound to a certain course of action. You would much prefer to wait and see what happens. You enjoy the opportunity to improvise. Commitments are not etched in stone to you, and are changeable.

ISTP - The Crafter  ISTP - The Crafter

Introvert  |  Sensing  |  Thinking  |  Perceiving

You tend to be quiet and reserved and prefer a few close friends rather than a wide circle of acquaintances. You are practical and realistic, focusing on facts and figures and your own person experiences. You like established ways of doing things, and think and talk in a step by step manner. Decision making is based on logic rather than social considerations. You like to keep your options open, and have a strong play ethic, play first, work later, casual style and tend to see things in shades of grey.

Naturally reserved and thriving on adventure and challenge, you much prefer action to conversation. You also have a penchant for observing what is going on around you. You enjoy activities that require hands on skills. Resourceful and independent, your motivations come from within you. You are a collector of information, rational, realistic and pragmatic. People often have a difficult time figuring you out, and you will remain a mystery to many.

In relationships you are not one to have deep talks, but would rather let your actions speak for you. You display your love and care for others by doing practical things for them. You are not one to take on too many commitments or obligations if any. You need your time alone and even though you are probably very loyal, this may cause conflict at times. You are not one to start fights, but you wont back away from one either.

• Introvert •
While you may not be anti-social, you do need (and deserve) your private time and space to retreat from the world. Unlike extroverts, you need to develop a concept of the world or some aspect of it before experiencing it. Too much socializing may zap your energies. Your energies are derived from exploring the inner world of ideas, impressions and pure thought.

• Sensing •
You usually gather information with your senses: what you can see, hear, taste, touch and smell in the physical world. The facts gathered from the sensory data you process are the building blocks of your model of our world. You concentrate your energies on what actually exists and do not ponder what might exist too much. You are usually practical and rely on your common sense to guide you through the world. You see things as they are and have little or no need to search for underlying meanings.

• Thinking •
You evaluate data and reach conclusions by using your ability to apply logical, objective analysis to the information before you. Your thinking process values consistency and fairness over the affect your decisions will have on others. You compare courses of action logically and make your choices based upon what consequences you see them as having. If there is something wrong with a plan, you are the one to ferret it out. It is important to remember that this does not mean you are cold and unfeeling, but that your thinking process is analytical.

• Perceiving •
You like to have as much information as possible before making a decision. Putting off a final decision until the last moment does not make you uncomfortable. Indeed once a decision is made, a course plotted, you may feel a bit uneasy, because you feel bound to a certain course of action. You would much prefer to wait and see what happens. You enjoy the opportunity to improvise. Commitments are not etched in stone to you, and are changeable.

ESFP - The Performer  ESFP - The Performer

Extravert  |  Sensing  |  Feeling  |  Perceiving

You are often motivated by interacting with people, and enjoy a wide circle of acquaintances, where you gain energy from social situations. You are practical and realistic, focusing on facts and figures and your own person experiences. You are sensitive and sympathetic believing its better to be tactful than truthful to keep the peace and are motivated by appreciation. You like to keep your options open, and have a strong play ethic, play first, work later, casual style and tend to see things in shades of grey.

Your caring and generous nature makes helping others a pleasure for you. You are so full of energy, friendly and charming that some might describe you as the life of the party. You are not overly judgmental and accept others as they are. You steer your course through life by relying on your common sense. You are an optimist. New experiences are food for your soul.

In relationships you are the one that can bring light to the gloomiest situation. You are easygoing and very accepting of others. You are full of energy and need to share adventures with your friends and loved ones. You need attention and approval. You may not need a deep emotional bond, but you do need your relationships to be fun. You have a genuine concern for the plight of others.

• Extravert •
You are social and outgoing. You are most comfortable when with other people and experiencing the world first hand. Interaction with others and first hand experiences energize you. It is not unlike you to start conversations with strangers. You have a preference for the outer world: people, activities, and things. Other people provide you with a mirror, sounding board to help you develop ideas and plans. Being alone may sap your energies. Your concept of the world is derived from experiencing it firsthand and then drawing conclusions.

• Sensing •
You usually gather information with your senses: what you can see, hear, taste, touch and smell in the physical world. The facts gathered from the sensory data you process are the building blocks of your model of our world. You concentrate your energies on what actually exists and do not ponder what might exist too much. You are usually practical and rely on your common sense to guide you through the world. You see things as they are and have little or no need to search for underlying meanings.

• Feeling •
You make decisions subjectively based upon your values and what is important to you. How people will be affected by your decisions is important to you. You are likely to make decisions based upon what you feel is acceptable and agreeable rather than what is logical. Your truths are founded in your values and those of the society you live in. It is important to remember that we are discussing how you evaluate data and make decisions, and that you rely on your feelings to do so in no way implies you are overly emotional.

• Perceiving •
You like to have as much information as possible before making a decision. Putting off a final decision until the last moment does not make you uncomfortable. Indeed once a decision is made, a course plotted, you may feel a bit uneasy, because you feel bound to a certain course of action. You would much prefer to wait and see what happens. You enjoy the opportunity to improvise. Commitments are not etched in stone to you, and are changeable.

ISFP - The Composer   ISFP - The Composer

Introvert  |  Sensing  |  Feeling  |  Perceiving

You tend to be quiet and reserved and prefer a few close friends rather than a wide circle of acquaintances. You are practical and realistic, focusing on facts and figures and your own person experiences. You like established ways of doing things, and think and talk in a step by step manner. You are sensitive and sympathetic believing its better to be tactful than truthful to keep the peace and are motivated by appreciation. |You like to keep your options open, and have a strong play ethic, play first, work later, casual style and tend to see things in shades of grey.

You like to do things for others in your own, quiet way. By nature you are gentle, loyal and compassionate. You accept others as they are and rarely pass judgment on anyone. You have little or no need to dominate others. Conflicts are very disturbing to you. You live in the here and now and find pleasure in life's simplest gifts.

In relationships you are kind, loyal, and nurturing. You make a good listener and are sympathetic to the needs of others. You are the one that can get your friends and loved ones through a difficult period, even if you yourself are suffering. You are very perceptive of others. You will avoid conflict whenever possible, and must be careful not to let more aggressive personality types overwhelm you.

• Introvert •
While you may not be anti-social, you do need (and deserve) your private time and space to retreat from the world. Unlike extroverts, you need to develop a concept of the world or some aspect of it before experiencing it. Too much socializing may zap your energies. Your energies are derived from exploring the inner world of ideas, impressions and pure thought.

• Sensing •
You usually gather information with your senses: what you can see, hear, taste, touch and smell in the physical world. The facts gathered from the sensory data you process are the building blocks of your model of our world. You concentrate your energies on what actually exists and do not ponder what might exist too much. You are usually practical and rely on your common sense to guide you through the world. You see things as they are and have little or no need to search for underlying meanings.

• Feeling •
You make decisions subjectively based upon your values and what is important to you. How people will be affected by your decisions is important to you. You are likely to make decisions based upon what you feel is acceptable and agreeable rather than what is logical. Your truths are founded in your values and those of the society you live in. It is important to remember that we are discussing how you evaluate data and make decisions, and that you rely on your feelings to do so in no way implies you are overly emotional.

• Perceiving •
You like to have as much information as possible before making a decision. Putting off a final decision until the last moment does not make you uncomfortable. Indeed once a decision is made, a course plotted, you may feel a bit uneasy, because you feel bound to a certain course of action. You would much prefer to wait and see what happens. You enjoy the opportunity to improvise. Commitments are not etched in stone to you, and are changeable.

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