INTJ personality - The Critic

INTJ personality – The Critic

Every opportunity should be taken advantage of to resolve the problems of the outside world.

INTJ personality is precise, punctual person who stands out for his realistic plans. His negative predictions generally come true. She is interested in history and her lineage. She is cautious about initiating new things, and she doesn’t like to rush or fuss. Typically, she requires precision from the people around them.

INTJ can find the right technological solutions, he is resourceful and can sense the profitability of ventures well. He has good instincts when it comes to money and can deliver material security for both themselves and their loved ones. Often, they are experts in a given field, know a lot of facts and comprehend well how various mechanisms work in the world. Therefore, INTJ usually advises others and criticise non-targeted activities. They are efficient, diligent, and conscientious. They read a lot, can remember in detail what they have learned and later successfully convey it to others.

In new situations, INTJ personality tries to pay attention to creating comforts for others, take care that everyone has what they need and that they feel safe. They may also express their ethical attitude towards everything, though it may not always be correct. Later, when they get used to the people in the group, they will concentrate on exchanging ideas and on efficiency. If they are in the mood, they can prepare a new tasty dish or craft something beautiful, but they don’t usually do that on a daily basis.

To the public, INTJ may seem cold, emotionless, even melancholic. Their scale of emotions is relatively narrow, and they don’t typically express feelings strongly. Similarly, they are not good at perceiving other people’s moods; it is particularly difficult for them to put up with someone who shows their feelings loudly. They find it difficult to manage their attitude and can sometimes be too pesky towards others.

INTJ personality respect remarkable, strong-willed, and high-level people. They are not very decisive in their actions, and therefore, appreciate people who lead them. They are not going to resist if faced with aggression. They find it difficult to impose their will on others and persuade them to do something. If they are confident that they are right, they can be stubborn and unyielding. They back up their views with facts. INTJ dislike complimenting others, as in their opinion, it is much more honest to talk about shortcomings.

Diplomatic relationship issues are their weak spot, but if somebody helps them, then they can establish good relationships with others. However, if complex situations arise in communications, they struggle to take these on creatively. Therefore, they might evade solving problems in challenging conditions. They are satisfied if they succeed in creating and maintaining relationships – it boosts their self-esteem. But on the other hand, they feel unwell when relationships do not go smoothly.

INTJ personality can see opportunities opening up in any situation and can also easily find solutions. They can foresee what an initiated activity can lead to, can evaluate risks, and give useful guidance on avoiding problems. If they want to stop or restrict an action, you may hear them using the expression: “That’s not possible!”.

Orientate well within rules, laws, and various systems and instructions. They are also good in logic, see weaknesses in technology, and are also good with computers. They can quickly pinpoint logic flaws and shortcomings in systems. By their nature, they are skeptics that first point out things that can go wrong when starting anything new. In day-to-day life, INTJ takes advantage of every opportunity to solve the problems of the surrounding world.

Introvert – directed more towards relations than to objects.

Suitable field: investigative, analytical, scientific
Incentive for acting: interest for the activity

Famous people:
Cleopatra, Anjelica Huston, Meryl Streep, Ashley Olsen, Tina Fey, Amy Smart, Kate Moss, Marie Curie, Ellen Page

Robert De Niro, Garry Kasparov, Gerald Ford, Liam Gallagher, George Soros, Abraham Lincoln, Dustin Hoffman, Paul Allen

Other abbreviations: ILI, Balzac

The full description of INTJ

  • Your inherent strengths and weaknesses
  • How to behave according to your traits
  • How to get energy from activities instead of being drained
  • Which activities are suited to your personality type
  • How to interact with others
  • How to get rid of “masks” and restore a natural and happy state
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  1. Tiko March 20, 2019 at 10:51 am - Reply

    This is quite a terribly written description
    Let me go through some of the errors in my eyes
    1. Intj’s Don’t mind giving compliments when earnt, we just have high standards and don’t give fake compliments
    2. ‘It is much more honest to talk about shortcomings’ – terribly written statement. Intj like to share others shortcomings and welcome hearing their own as they see these things as opportunities to grow and sometimes they feel they run out of areas they need to improve.
    3. Why would we yell out “that’s not possible” when we don’t believe many things are impossible and we like seeing others try in anything.
    Can’t be bothered with the rest but it’s not that I disagree with description (which I do) it’s more that the concepts that are trying to be portrayed are done in a poor manner and end up being misinterpreted because of this (best example is my number 2 point)