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What is an INFJ personality type and what are other types of personalities?

  1. Just Ask Susan profile image90
    Just Ask Susanposted 6 years ago

    What is an INFJ personality type and what are other types of personalities?

  2. INFJay profile image79
    INFJayposted 6 years ago

    The INFJ personality type has a pattern of deep introspection, especially when rejuvenating, and will think first before speaking. The iNtuitive aspect of their personality focuses on the 'big picture," thus everything has a possibility of  being something more than the literal. As Feelers, they make great efforts to understand others (and themselves) and attempt to create a harmonious environment. The Judging dimension of their personality demonstrates patterns of organization and planning with a focus on meeting deadlines, which at times means they focus "on the destination rather than the journey." INFJ only represent 1.5% of the population and may often times seem mysterious to others (or just difficult to understand).

    There are a total of 16 personality types based on the Myers-Briggs research and each one make positive contributions to our humanity.

  3. Teresa Clark profile image58
    Teresa Clarkposted 6 years ago

    http://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-pers … ti-basics/

    You will not believe how accurate this is.

  4. Billi Grossman profile image79
    Billi Grossmanposted 6 years ago

    INFJ refers to characteristics assigned by the myers briggs personality test.  There are 16 personalify types.  INFJ stands for Introverted Intuition Feeling Judging.  One of the problems with Myers Briggs is that it is not easily understood by lay people and takes significant training to practice.  If you are interested in personality types, you might check out Tamara Lowe's work on Motivational DNA.  See this hub:  http://lindacompton.hubpages.com/hub/Ho … d-For-Real

 
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