Nice To Meet You!
We’re not surprised that you’ve decided to browse this page. After all, you’re an INTJ and enjoy verifying the sources of your information, right?
Consciously or unconsciously, you’ve probably asked yourself this:
“Can I TRUST the information on this website and will I be SAFE consuming it?”
This is definitely a smart move of an educated user, so on this page you can find full disclosure about who we are and what we do.
But before we talk about us, let’s talk about you:
You Will Love INTJ University If...
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You might be surprised to hear that I’m no INTJ. I mean, why wouldn’t I simply start an ENTJ website if I liked the MBTI so much?
Actually, the answer is easy: I feel like you and I have much in common. And if you’ve studied the MBTI, you’ll know that this is no coincidence:
INTJs and ENTJs share the exact same cognitive functions, only in a different order.
This means I can very well identify myself with the problems that INTJs have, like feelings of social & mental isolation, alienation from the world, and the resulting withdrawal from it. Yet I feel like I have a different way out of them that can help you.
My strength is to always focus on practical results. If it doesn’t help you, it’s worthless to me.
I want you to get out of fear, uncertainty, and doubt, and into taking the actions that give you real, breathtaking results.
You love analyzing, I love focused action. Seems like a nice mix to me.
Approximately 10 years ago, I was urged by a friend to take the MBTI test. Like many other areas of my life, I approached the results with skepticism and a resistance that would eventually give way to resignation.
Today, my line of thinking has shifted. Not only do I accept my status as a rare female INTJ, but I strongly believe that INTJs should never feel as though they’re sacrificing or compromising in order to pacify others. If anyone enjoys the benefits of your development, it should be you.
I help other INTJs highlight one of their greatest superpowers – the ability to optimize. Break out of any presuppositions about who you’re supposed to be and work with what you’ve got. As a critical thinker and creative, it’s more than enough.
Using the MBTI, you can strengthen your understanding of other people, avert unnecessary conflict (internal and external), and learn to appreciate who you truly are.