Dubbed “The Architect” by many, the INTJ personality type is a very complex, as well as intellectual individual. Amazingly ambitious and incredibly self confident, the INTP personality type is a very unique type, and very rarely are INTP personality types encountered, as they do not come in abundance. A deeper look into INTP types shows an interesting and one-of-a-kind individual, one that doesn’t need the company of others to showcase their brilliance or resilience. Here is a look into what exactly the INTJ personality type is.
What Is INTJ?
INTP types are just one of the sixteen group types developed by MBTI, in which these group only accounts for 1 percent of the whole population. These types are masterful not only in thought, but in action as well, as their tendencies include very suave and well planned actions. Though they may come off as quiet and reserved, many things are usually at the forefront, as well as the culmination, inside a INTPs mind.
Job titles like Financial Analyst and Cost Estimator usually describe INTPs, as does Management Consultants and Top Executives. Famous people that have been described as “The Architect” have been Bill Gates and Hillary Clinton, as well as Isaac Asimov and Sir Isaac Newton.
What Is Their Response In Stress?
The greatest defining trait for many personality types is the response in stressful encounters, with the same being true for INTJs. In stressful encounters, many INTJs have similar reactions, that usually consist of much anger and frustration. They usually will not stop until every detail and factor is accounted for which usually highlights both their extreme resilience, as well as obsessive thirst for success.
Usually they will become very frustrated, and will feel very lost if they do not have a current goal or plan for the future. They can become very arguable with even their close ones and make social interactions even harder for themselves, in which they already are. Most INTJs keep to themselves, which makes social interaction a bother for them in expressing their character and traits. So afraid to make mistakes, INTJs will typically indulge themselves maybe a little to far in order to become successfully not only for themselves, but in some cases; for other people.