2. EXTROVERT VS INTROVERT
Speak – Think – Speak
Solves problems as a group
Likes energetic environments
Think – Speak – Think
Solves problems individually
Seeks quiet time for concentration
3. SENSOR VS INTUITIVE
Likes to deal with the here and now
Good at focusing on facts
Pragmatic problem solvers
Considers wider impact of information
Patient with abstract theory
Focused on change and improvement
4. THINKER VS FEELER
Makes decisions based on values
Seeks to maximize harmony
Accommodating and helpful
Makes decisions based on logic
Not afraid to be unpopular in pursuit of truth
Try to remove sentiment from decisions
5. JUDGER VS PERCEIVER
Sees the world as decisions that need to be made
Impatient with unplanned and unforeseen
Enjoys making decisions and completing tasks
Seeks to experience the world, not organise it
Sees world as options that need to be explored
Takes in information and processes
6. Strength: Control and structure allow an ENTJ to
work at their best. They love to take direct action
and this no-nonsense type takes no prisoners.
Weakness: ENTJ’s rarely takes feelings into
account and their assertiveness can come across
as aggressive and argumentative.
7. Strength: ENFJs are good organizers and excel at
helping individuals achieve their own potential. They
have a natural tendency to ease stressful situations.
Weakness: They can be too hard on themselves,
neglecting their own needs and concentrating on
8. Strength: ENFPs are highly creative who love to act
with spontaneity. They excel at storytelling, whether
this is in books, music or acting.
Weakness: Don’t give ENFP’s a mundane routine or
you’ll empty all that creativity. They hate being
9. Strength: Known as visionaries and innovators,
ENTPs are quick-witted and their strengths lie in
communication with all members of society.
Weakness: Their only weakness is not finishing one
idea before moving onto the next.
10. Strength: Their strength is in language and
communication. Good at expressing themselves, they
work best where the spoken word is important.
Weakness: If you hurt an INFJ you may never even
know why as they will walk away and not tell you.
11. Strength: The INFP has an imagination like no other and excels
when taking the mundane and turning into something
Weakness: INFPs cannot be in large social groups as it drains
their energy. They need to spend time alone to recharge their
batteries but some people see this as being aloof.
12. Strength: INTJs are able to understand complex
and difficult information and therefore do well in
careers such in science, mathematics and
Weakness: They always look at the bigger picture
and cannot focus on the here and now, which
means they have to have a plan in place and
13. Strength: Give an INTP the freedom
and flexibility to work autonomously
and you will get the best out of them.
Weakness: However, because they
believe in their own minds so
ultimately, it can be extremely hard to
14. Strength: Loyalty and self-sacrifice and
ESFJ’s best qualities, they will always put
someone they care about before
Weakness: ESFJ’s seek approval from
almost everyone they meet which can be
irritating in the long run to older friends.
15. Strength: ESFPs are all about people, meeting
them, interacting with them, getting to know new
ones. They may not do so well with theory books
but thrive on hands-on experience.
Weakness: Monotony is their worst fear as they
love the spice and variety of life.
16. Strength: ESTPs are the ultimate doers, they
have to touch, smell, live the action and
straight-away as well. Give them a task that
requires immediate action and it will get done.
Weakness: ESTPs do not like to sit around and
have to learn a ton of boring text or
information; it drains their natural exuberance.
17. Strength: ESTJs are best suited to leadership or
supervisory roles as they appreciate rules and order
and value traditions.
Weakness: They can at times appear to be a typical
‘jobsworth’ type, being a stickler for the rules and
over-critical if someone does not live up to their
18. Strength: ISFJs are natural careers and very
perceptive to other’s feelings. They work well when in
an organized caring role.
Weakness: Confrontation and disharmony throw
these people off balance quickly as they prefer order
and structure in their lives.
19. Strength: ISFPs are natural perfectionists
who work well in careers where attention
to detail is of the utmost importance.
Weakness: They are intensively private
people and may even keep their feelings
from their partner.
20. Strength: ISTJ love working in an orderly
fashion and thrive when things are well-
Weakness: Give them a task with no clear-cut
goals or practical use and they soon lose
21. Strength: An ISTP thrives when given an action-packed job with
thrills and risks. They work best when living in the moment and
not planning for the future.
Weakness: Give them their own space and don’t make too
many demands on them or their energy will become quickly