People with INTJ type of personalities are very creative, analytical and logical. They are called "Architects" or "Strategists" from time to time.
According to psychologist David Keirsey, from 1 to 4 percent of all the population is inherent for the INTJ personality type.
INTJ pay more attention to both logic and objective information, rather than subjective emotions.
INTJ are usually introverted, preferring to work alone.
INTJ use introverted intuition to look at capabilities, patterns and values. They are more interested in what these facts mean instead of just looking at concrete facts.
INTJ look at the big picture, enjoying to focus on abstract information, rather than on concrete details.
INTJ hate when their world feels under control and orderly, so they prefer to make plans in advance.
They can recall impressions, not exact details of what happened when memorizing something.
INTJ are good at reading between the lines to understand what it really means.
People with this type of personality enjoy thinking about the future, exploring all the opportunities.
INTJs work better on their own and strongly prefer solo work to group work. INTJ are ready to devote both time and energy to make personal relationships successful. People with this type of personality are closed, spending a lot of time along.
Despite the fact they are not particularly interested in the thoughts and feelings of other people, they are still interested in the emotions of a select group of people they are close with.
Others often interpret INTJ as abrupt, alienated and disinterested, which can make it difficult to form new friendships. They tend to be restrained, preferring to communicate with a group of close relatives and friends.
People with this type of personality often see little value in social small talk and rituals, which further complicates their acquaintance.
INTJ are well able to collect information from the outside world, both analyzing it and achieving new ideas.
People with this type of personality are usually very analytical and logical. They value information, knowledge and intelligence, being great scientists and mathematicians. When INTJs show an interest in something, they tend to become as knowledgeable and qualified as they can be in this sphere.
INTJs usually excel in careers, combining their strong ability to understand and evaluate complex information, putting this knowledge into practice. A career, allowing INTJ to work both independently and autonomously is also perfect for them. They have high expectations, adhering to the highest standards.
They tend to be the best, requiring both efficiency and ability to interpret complex information, such as engineering, academia, law, and research.
INTJ are usually both lonely and self-sufficient, therefore it is sometimes difficult to establish friendly relations. Since people with this type of personality tend to think so much about the future, they can avoid meeting people, because they believe there will not be any long-term friendship.
The good news is that they become very close and dedicated to those who are persistent although INTJ may not have many friends. INTJ, as a rule, prefer friends, being also introverted, rational and without any emotional drama.
INTJ parents are usually both thoughtful and attentive, being not so affectionate. They have high hopes for their children, offering support and helping children to think logically when they are faced with solutions. Parents with this type of personality encourage their children to be critical thinkers, self-oriented and being able to solve problems on their own.
If your child is an INTJ, concentrate on finding ways to encourage your child’s intellectual strengths, but try to find a balance that will avoid excessive perfectionism. You can also help your child develop his emotional powers, finding ways to express his feelings.
Since INTJ can be hard to find out, romantic relationships can sometimes be interrupted. If your partner has this type of personality, it is important to know both loyalty and understanding are important. Do not be afraid to show you are committed to your INTJ partner, but also do not force them to express their emotions.
Communication is also crucial. Focus on being straightforward or even blunt about what you expect instead of expecting your partner to understand your subtle replicas.