ISFP

ISFP: The Adventurer

ISFPs are called the Adventurer (or sometimes “the Creator”) because they are original, creative and independent. In this article, we will take a look at an ISFP in detail. We will explore their key traits, their strengths and weaknesses, their cognitive functions and much more. Enjoy! ISFP Meaning The ISFP, or “The Adventurer”, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Keirsey Temperament Sorter, among others. ISFP represents an individual who is Introverted, Sensing, Feeling and Perceiving. This means that …

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ENTJ

ENTJ: The Commander

The ENTJ, or “The Commander”, 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. Their sharp eye for detail and quick wits enable them to make important judgments and decisions in an informed and efficient manner. In this article, we will get to know and understand the ENTJ a little better so that anyone who has tested as an ENTJ will have a good insight into their strengths, weaknesses and cognitive functions! ENTJ Meaning The ENTJ, or the Commander, is one of the of …

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INFP

INFP: The Mediator

The INFP, or the “Mediator” (sometimes called the “Healer”) is protective, creative and compassionate. In this article, we will explore the INFP in great detail so that if you have tested as an INFP, you have a great insight into this type. Without further ado, lets dive in! INFP Meaning The INFP, or the Mediator, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Keirsey Temperament Sorter, among others. INFP represents someone who is Introverted, iNtuitive, Feeling …

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ISFJ

ISFJ: The Defender

ISFJs, or the “Defender”, get this nickname because they are loyal, gentle and want to protect (and defend!) the wellbeing of others. In this article, we will cover an ISFJs strengths, weaknesses, cognitive functions, career considerations and what famous people are likely to be ISFJs! If you’ve tested as an ISFJ, then we hope this article offers you a little bit more of an insight into this type. ISFJ Meaning The ISFJ, or the Defender, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models …

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ESFP

ESFP: The Entertainer

The ESFP, or the “Entertainer (sometimes called the “Performer) is, as the name suggests, sociable, energetic and fun-loving. They crave stimulation and excitement and are often very loud and outgoing. If you have tests as an ESFP, then we hope this article will give you a better insight into an ESFP. Let’s dive in! ESFP Meaning The ESFP, or the Entertainer, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Keirsey Temperament Sorter, among others. ESFP stands …

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ESTP

ESTP: The Entrepreneur

The ESTP, or the Entrepreneur (sometimes called the “Explorer”) is someone who is practical, observant and light-hearted. Often, ESTPs have high levels or energy and stamina and see life as one giant adventure. In this article, we will dive into gaining a deeper insight of the ESTP. We will explore their traits, their strengths, their weaknesses, their cognitive functions and possible career considerations. Enjoy! ESTP Meaning ESTP, or the Entrepreneur, is one of the of the “16 personality types” that we see in several different models based on the work of Carl Jung. These models include the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator …

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The Rational Temperament

Characterized by independent problem solvers, ‘rationals’ is one of the four temperaments introduced by David Keirsey in his Keirsey Temperament Sorter.  Like each of Keirsey’s temperaments, the Rationals temperament is comprised of four of the 16 personality types (outlined below) and groups these types together based on behavior and actions. In this article, we will explore the similarities of the four rational types. We will also explore what makes each type different and discuss how this may impact career choices. Overview of the Rational Temperament The rational temperament is comprised of those with iNtuitive (N) and Thinking (T) preferences. Rationals make …

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The Guardian Temperament

The ‘guardian’ is one of the four temperaments in the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, which groups together personality types of the 16 personalities model based on behavior and action. Like each of the four of the temperaments, it is composed of four of the 16 personality types which share many similarities. In the case of guardians, each of the four types shares a sense of dutifulness, a strong work-ethic and a moral compass. In this article, we will explore each guardian type. We will explore what core characteristics make them similar, and what characteristics differentiate them. We’ll then apply this information …

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The Idealist Temperament

‘Idealist’ is one of the four temperaments introduced in Kiersey’s personality model. Characterized by those who are giving, trusting and spiritual, the idealist temperaments often demonstrate similar behaviors and, as result, look for similar things in a career. However, there are, of course, difference between each of the four idealist types too. In this article, we will explore the common characteristics shared by all four of the idealist types. We will then also explore how each idealist type behaves differently, and what this might mean for their career considerations. Overview of the Idealist Temperament The idealist temperament is comprised of …

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The Artisan Temperament

‘Artisan’ is one of the four temperaments introduced by David Keirsey in his Keirsey Temperament Sorter.  Like each of Keirsey’s temperaments, the Artisans is comprised of four of the 16 personality types (outlined below) and groups these types together based on behavior and actions. Like all of the temperaments, each of the four types share many core characteristics. In this article, we will explore the commonalities of the artisan types. We will also explore the different characteristics between each artisan type and discuss how this may impact career choices. Overview of the Artisan Temperament The artisan temperament is comprised of …

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