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    INTP - The Thinkers

    INTJ: Independent Thinker

    Independent Thinker

    Independent Thinkers are analytical and witty persons. They are normally self-confident and do not let themselves get worked up by conflicts and criticism. They are very much aware of their own strengths and have no doubts about their abilities. People of this personality type are often very successful in their career as they have both competence and purposefulness. Independent Thinkers are excellent strategists; logic, systematics and theoretical considerations are their world. They are eager for knowledge and always endeavour to expand and perfect their knowledge in any area which is interesting for them. Abstract thinking comes naturally to them; scientists and computer specialists are often of this type.

    Independent Thinkers are specialists in their area. The development of their ideas and visions is important to them; they love being as flexible as possible and, ideally, of being able to work alone because they often find it a strain having to make their complex trains of thought understandable to other people. Independent Thinkers cannot stand routine. Once they consider an idea to be good it is difficult to make them give it up; they pursue the implementation of that idea obstinately and persistently, also in the face of external opposition.
    Get career advice for the Independent Thinker

    Independent Thinkers are not the type who easily comes out of his shell. Speaking about their emotional life is also not one of their strong points. Anyway, social relationships are not particularly important to them; they are happy with just a few, close friends who find it easy to share their intellectual world. They find it difficult to establish new ties. In love, they need a lot of space and independence but this does not mean that their partner is not important to them. Independent Thinkers often make a cool and reserved impression on others; but this impression is deceptive: they can hardly bear it if people close to them should reject them. They prefer a harmonious, balanced relationship with a partner who shares their interests and with whom they can realise their visions.
    Get relationship advice for the Independent Thinker

    Adjectives which describe your type: introverted, theoretical, logical, planning, rational, independent, intellectual, self-confident, analytical, structured, dogged, witty, resolute, self-critical, visionary, inventive, independent, unsociable, reserved, nonconformist, quiet, visionary, honest, demanding, hardworking

    Independent Thinker: Career

    As an Independent Thinker, you are one of the introverted personality types. That is one of the reasons you prefer to work alone. This does not mean that you cannot be successful in a team, as well. For you, the task is most important and people who are involved come second. The contact with others, the necessity to adjust yourself to their daily changing sensitivities - all of it is just more gratuitous emotion that keep you from totally devoting yourself to those things that truly interest you: analyzing systems and policies, researching potentials for change, developing new ideas and implementing them in reality.

    Here you differ from the second introverted Thinker type, the Analytical Thinker: You truly enjoy implementing your concepts and you enjoy the results. Therefore you should look for a work environment where you can accompany and expedite your ideas through to their conclusion. You consider difficult situations as challenges that really try your creativity and you frequently surprise people around you with genuinely incredibly bright ideas, rendering others speechless with their excellence. Your world consists of statistics, legitimacy, and systematics.

    Considering all of this, your Thinker type is very praxis-oriented, and by no means lives on an intellectual ivory tower. You are not interested in theories not related to reality. As in chess, you are excellent at predicting the consequences of your methods in advance, and then choosing the appropriate alternative. Once you have made your decision on how to deal with a situation, you are totally willing to use your elbows and you don’t necessarily show any consideration for others. With that, you occasionally encounter resistance from other, less task-oriented colleagues that you quickly brush aside.

    Independent Thinker: Love

    For your partner, you are truly a hard nut to crack, and one has to give someone who goes through life as independent as you darn good reasons for a relationship before he/she deigns to at least consider it. You very slowly and judiciously develop trust and closeness to other people; whoever wants to win you needs a tremendous amount of patience and staying power.

    Even once you begin to warm up to someone, one does not sense that for the longest time as you are uncomfortable and reluctant to display your feelings because you are not used to it. The cool, distanced, and somewhat arrogant vibes of all Thinkers are a little more pronounced with you and already sufficiently discourage many potential partners as they get frustrated and give up during the advanced phases of flirting - a shame because inside, you are not as indifferent and emotionless as you some- times appear, and sometimes your reserve simply hides your disappointment at the blindness and superficiality of the people around you.

    Nevertheless, it is always a good idea for you to choose a partner very carefully and not blindly jump into an affair, because your demands are very high. You have a clear image of the “perfect relationship” and are not willing to deviate from that by even one millimeter to the right or the left. A sharp intellect that is equal to yours is the most important quality your partner must bring along. You need somebody in your life who inspires, stimulates, and always challenges you and with whom you can maintain an intensive intellectual companionship. Nothing will impress you more than competence, knowledge, and the willingness to learn because those are the traits that are truly important to you in your life. You are never really satisfied with your accomplishments, and always discover something about yourself that needs your improvement, where something new can be learned, and where you are not yet good enough.

    Source: iPersonic Typology

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    God damnit, I knew you had me under surveillance!
    Dralud thanked this post.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    The ordinary people describe you as "stuck up your own arse". The Perseus term is the TN Theorist.

    One day you could realise the truth and jump off a cliff.

    Jorge thanked this post.

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    INTJ - The Scientists


    Preach it, brother!

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Marino View Post
    You have a clear image of the “perfect relationship” and are not willing to deviate from that by even one millimeter to the right or the left.
    I could identify with every single word of that post. ^That there is also true, except I've got to say, it's a major pain in the ass. Because that perfect relationship I have in mind? Yeah, I'm probably not going to find it anytime soon.
    Think thanked this post.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    Quote Originally Posted by A592 View Post
    it's a major pain in the ass. Because that perfect relationship I have in mind? Yeah, I'm probably not going to find it anytime soon.
    Agreed and I have the same notion.. So, the thought of staying single comes into my mind most of the times.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Got to love any information about an INTJ. We are the most interesting of the personality types after all.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Thanks again

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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Wow. if this got out to some people I would be ruined , i always like to read about us intjs so i can see how much it is true to me which is almost always true. Thanks , how do you get an intj to come out of his/her shell

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by Solus501 View Post
    Got to love any information about an INTJ. We are the most interesting of the personality types after all.
    Cough cough, i suppose you come in a close second after the ENFP;s .


 

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