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Portrait of an INFJ

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Lindsey Bliefernicht

on 3 February 2014

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Transcript of Portrait of an INFJ

Portrait of an INFJ
Percentages
The rarest personality trait
Male: 1.3%
Female: 1.6%
Total of 1.46% of the population
Intersesting Facts
Extreme dislike of criticism and conflict
Job has to match value systems
Good written communication skills
Inspirational parent
Seeks the "Ultimate Relationship"
Internalize stress - health problems
Strengths and Weaknesses
Future - oriented
Idealistic
Compassionate
Intense and tightly wound
Sensitive
Inconsistent traits (Mostly clean, but when stressed - messy.)
Natural leader
Famous INFJs
Mohandas "Mahatma" Gandhi
Eleanor Roosevelt
Woodrow Wilson
Thomas Jefferson
Dante Alighieri
Carl Jung
Jesus
Portrait II - Protector
Complex
Intuitive insight
Warm
Sensitive
Stubborn
INFJ Stats
Introverted (44%)
iNtuitive (50%)
Feeling (62%)
Judging (44%)

Introverted Intuition with Extraverted Feeling
Portrait I - Counselor
Poetical
Likes solitude
Private
Good Listener
Not superficial
Assessment
Judgements based upon principals and emotions
Life is based on personal achievement and depth of feelings
Understanding = self improvement
But....
"In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility."
- Eleanor Roosevelt
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