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INTJ Personality Type (Perspectives/Effectiveness)

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Of all types, Perspectives/Effectiveness genius is the most insightful. While other types may enjoy analysis and data-mining, it is this type that masters understanding new information that can be made useful. When at their best they are extraordinary problem solvers, foreseeing (and eliminating) potential pitfalls that others are blind to. Masters of resource systems and natural planners, no other type can match their ability to plan massive projects long before the first step is taken. Every detail is mapped out in their mind before anything can be seen in the outside world. This type is often highly rigorous with themselves before they will deem themselves as competent. They have high standards, and when mobilized and active are a force to be reckoned with.

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INTJ Personality Type (Perspectives/Effectiveness)

  1. 1. INTJ “Perspectives” ”Effectiveness” PersonalityHacker.com Facebook.com/PersonalityHacker Twitter.com/PersonalityHack Copyright © 2015 Personality Hacker LLC www.PersonalityHacker.com
  2. 2. Copyright © 2015 Personality Hacker LLC www.PersonalityHacker.com INTJ Cognitive Functions Dominant (Driver) : Introverted Intuition “Perspectives” Auxiliary (Co-Pilot) : Extraverted Thinking “Effectiveness” Tertiary (10 Year Old) : Introverted Feeling “Authenticity” Inferior (3 Year Old) : Extraverted Sensing “Sensation”
  3. 3. Copyright © 2015 Personality Hacker LLC www.PersonalityHacker.com INTJ Fast Personal Growth Effectiveness (Extraverted Thinking) allows an INTJ to apply their ideas and concepts in the real world, and receive feedback on the quality of those ideas. This can be a risk – no idea is ever perfect and a plan can fail. But nobody’s ever lived in a blueprint. Effectiveness also encourages an INTJ to There’s nothing as rewarding as seeing your idea become reality. Your happiness depends upon you getting into action. get out of the ‘perfectionism’ cycle, replacing it with the concept: “Done is better than perfect.”
  4. 4. Copyright © 2015 Personality Hacker LLC www.PersonalityHacker.com How INTJs Communicate Love INTJ,
  5. 5. Copyright © 2015 Personality Hacker LLC www.PersonalityHacker.com INTJ Defensive Strategy Tertiary (10 Year Old) : Introverted Feeling “Authenticity” Authenticity (Introverted Feeling) generally shows up by harboring hurt or self-indulgent feelings. Authenticity is, in a large part, about introspection and consulting your personal feelings on a matter. But when you’re using it defensively it won’t be about what feels ‘right’, it will be about what feels ‘good’. You’re much more productive and happy when you’re focused on goals, metrics, standards and objective data. If your 10 year old gets into the mix, it will encourage emotionally and physically indulgent behavior, licking wounds from the past or present and simply being unwilling to do what it takes to get your goals accomplished. You need to focus on what needs to get done and how to do it rather than what feels good to you.
  6. 6. Copyright © 2015 Personality Hacker LLC www.PersonalityHacker.com INTJ - Where To Go From Here Auxiliary (Co-Pilot) : Extraverted Thinking “Effectiveness” The enemy of Effectiveness is self-indulgence. Effectiveness requires courage and the willingness to get out of your shell. Authenticity can have you focusing on your fear instead of on the rewards of getting things done. Getting into action is the only way to prove to yourself that you have what it takes. Set up your conditions to access this mental process as much as possible. With the next large project you work on enlist the aid of at least three people. Make the aim to coordinate, delegate and manage the project, not to engage in the labor. Which areas are the most difficult? To ask for help? To get people to agree? To know which tasks to delegate? To match people with skills? To manage others during the project? Work on building each of these skills, especially the ones that are most challenging.
  7. 7. Learn more about the INTJ personality type PersonalityHacker.com Copyright © 2015 Personality Hacker LLC www.PersonalityHacker.com

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