INTJ personality type traits
SEES SELF: as someone who must keep on improving knows they know, and knows what they don’t know.
OVERRIDING NEED: independence and perfection in those things that interest them.
IRRITATED BY: people who pry too much into their private world, lack of commitment and imagination from others, too much supervision.
STRENGTHS: can organise ideas into action, work to remove all obstacles to goal attainment, have a strong vision of what is achievable.
SEEN BY OTHERS: as unflappable and self-reliant to a point of being intimidating, difficult to know.
DECIDES on the basis on what seems fair, may decide sometimes too quickly but willing to back track and reassess.
IRRITATES OTHERS BY: by been too demanding, too task-focused and taking too many things for granted.
CHALLENGES: may appear so unyielding that others are afraid to challenge them, may have difficulty letting go of impractical ideas.
The INTJ is also known as The Mastermind, The Scientist or The Conceptualiser Director."