The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, or the MBTI, is an introspective questionnaire used to categorize personality types based on how people make decisions and thus perceive the world. It is one of the most frequently used personality inventories, and is regarded by physiologists as one of the most consistently successful of its sort. Based on the typological theories of Carl Jung, the MBTI helps to determine how an individual experiences the four psychological functions –sensation, intuition, feeling, and thinking– in their perception of the world.
So: how do you perceive the world? What celebrities and other successful figures see the world as you do?
INFP: The INFP personality, or “the meditator” is always looking for the good, even in the worst of situations. Celebrity INFPs are great diplomts and have a knack for self expression. They’re good at listening, though when it comes to actually talking, they like to keep a very close circle. Left unchecked, the meditator could resort to hermit mode, but their altruism and passion for beauty in the world encourages them to seek otherwise. Some famous INFP’s you may know include William Shakespeare, Princess Diana, John Lennon, and Isabel Briggs Meyers– one of the co-creators of the Myers Briggs personality inventory!
INTJ: The INTJ personality, or “the architect” is a strategic, capable, and curious kind. They may seem like total perfectionists, but it’s just their ambition at work. Some INTJ’s you may recognize are Hillary Clinton, Stephen Hawking, Lewis Carroll, and Sir Issac Newton.
ISTJ: The ISTJ personality, or “the logistician”, has a strong sense of personal integrity. They are keen to rules and traditions, but are also analytical and like to look at facts– not just poorly backed opinions. Natalie Portman, George Washington,and Queen Elizabeth II are some ISTJ’s who should sound familiar.
ISFJ: The ISFJ personality, otherwise known as “the defender” are big both on feeling and analyzing. They are altrustic, meticulous, and protective by nature. Halle Berry, Kendrick Lamar, Mother Teresa, and Kanye West may all ring a bell as ISFJ characteres.
INFJ: The INFJ personality, or “the advocate” is quite similar to the defender, but prefers to work towards the core of the issue so as to ensure that no one needs defending. They may at times be softspoken, but will nevertheless fight vigilantly for their cause. They are compassionate and good at making connections. Some INFJ’s you may recognize include Michelle Pfeiffer, Mahatma Ghandi, George Harrison, and Benedict Cumberbatch.
ENFP: ENFP famous people, also known as “the protagonist”, is a natural born leader, showcasing a knack for passion, charisma, persuasian, and authenticity. Walt Disney, Ellen DeGeneres, Robin Williams, Sandra Bullock, and Barrack Obama are all well-known ENFP’s.
INTP: The INTP personality, or “the logician”, are creative and innovative thinkers. They believe that the unexamined life is not worth living. They are driven towards intellectual pursuits, but must be careful to not the let the fear of failure drive them away. Famous INTPs include Albert Einstein, Tina Fey, Jesse Eisenberg, and Sigourney Weaver.