Alisha Kennerly


INTP: The Thinker

INTPs are called The Thinkers (and sometimes “The Logician”) for a reason. These personality types enjoy dealing with things logically and rationally, thinking about how things work. They have a knack for coming up with out of the box solutions and gravitate using reasoning rather than following the crowd. But before offering any type of solution, they like to have all the facts and a complete understanding of the problem. INTPs spend time looking at it from all angles and use not only imagination to see other possibilities, but past experiences as well. They take pride in categorizing things to …

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ESTP: The Entrepreneur

The Extraverted Sensing Thinking Perceiving (ESTP) personality type is what others would call a straight shooter. If you’re an ESTP, you enjoy action and are comfortable with risk. When evaluating a situation, you look at the facts and not necessarily the feelings of other people involved. You don’t have a lot of patience for theories, preferring to work in a more concrete and literal fashion. Although introspection isn’t a strong point, people can count on you to jump right into a situation and get things done. Strengths and Weaknesses of the ESTP ESTPs are practical and observant, but they are …

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ESFP: The Entertainer

As someone who fits the Extraverted Sensing Feeling Perceiving (ESFP) personality type on the Myers-Briggs Personality Inventory, you primarily take in new information via your five senses. You analyze things in a concrete and literal fashion with your internal senses playing a secondary role. You love people and new experiences. Other people think you are a lot of fun and view you as a natural performer. Since you love being the center of attention, you relish the role. With your natural love of people and strong interpersonal skills, you may frequently find yourself in the role of peacemaker, whether you …

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ISFJ: The Defender

People with the ISFJ personality type, which stands for Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging, are nurturers at heart. As an ISFJ, you process the world around you internally. This means you use all five senses to take in information in a concrete and literal manner. You tend to process information according to how you feel about it and how it fits into your personal value system. As with most ISFJs, you are genuinely warm, kind, and have an overwhelming desire to see the good in others. Sometimes you give people the benefit of the doubt to your own detriment. You pay …

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ENFJ: The Protagonist

Of all personality types, the ENFJ (Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Judging) has excellent people skills and truly cares about the happiness and well-being of others. People see the ENFJ, which stands for extraverted intuitive feeling judging, as a giver. As an ENFJ, your primary way to evaluate people and situations is externally. That means you consider everything based on how well it fits into your value system and how you feel about it. Intuition is secondary. Because your outward focus is on other people, you see possibilities where others see obstacles. You have a natural ability to love, nurture, and care …

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INTJ: The Architect

If you are classified as an INTJ personality type, this means your key characteristics are Introversion, Intuition, Thinking, and Judgment. INTJs have an introverted intuition with extraverted thinking, so they are focused on observing the world around them. INTJs are internally focused first, using their full five senses and internalizing the information provided. The secondary mode for INTJs is to address things with logic and reason. These personality traits shape interactions with people and interests in many important ways that can affect career prospects. INTJ Strengths and Weaknesses Usually quiet, serious, and motivated, INTJs are dependable and focused on doing …

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ISTP: The Virtuoso

The Introverted Sensing Thinking Perceiving (ISTP) personality type prefers to evaluate people and situations using logic and reason. As an ISTP, you tend to use your five senses in a manner that is concrete and literal. Other people see you as a mechanic because you love to figure out how things work. You enjoy taking things apart as well as applying logical analysis. You have strong reasoning powers, but you dislike concepts and theories unless you can find a practical way to apply them. One of the hallmark characteristics of this personality type is a strong sense of adventure. You …

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ESFJ: The Consul

Also known as ‘The Caregiver’, ESFJ is a personality type in which extraverted feelings are dominant. ESFJ stand for Extraverted Sensing Feeling Perceiving. You may know an ESFJ as the life of the party, a dependable coworker or friend, or as someone with moral-integrity and strong values. Or perhaps you recognize these traits in your own personality. Anyone with the ESFJ personality type loves people and social interaction. They have a great interest in others and place great importance in being liked and being popular. This can often make them adept at offering support to others. Strengths and Weaknesses of …

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INFP: The Mediator

The Introverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving (INFP) personality types primarily have an inward focus. You process information according to how you feel about it rather than using only logic and facts. Intuition is your secondary mode for evaluating people and situations. Of all the personality types, you are the most focused on improving the world around you and finding your place in it. You are an idealist who tends to hold yourself to impossible standards. While you may make allowances for others, you rarely offer yourself the same type of compassion. Because you are so intuitive about people, others tend to …

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ENTJ: The Commander

The ENTJ personality type thrives on pressure and loves to make tough calls and big decisions. This is reflected in their working life as well as their personal life. People with ENTJ, Extroversion, Intuition, Thinking, Judging, personalities make great leaders and are known for their ability to approach challenges and difficulties positively. Their sharp eye for detail and quick wits enable them to make important judgments and decisions in an informed and efficient manner. ENTJ Strengths and Weaknesses As you might expect from a personality type so well suited to leadership, ENTJs are incredibly work-oriented and are voraciously ambitious when …

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