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I decided to found INTJ University a few years after discovering my passion for personality types. Being an ENTJ, I can very well identify myself with the common struggles that INTJs face, like feelings of social & mental isolation or alienation from the world. Yet, I tend to take a different approach to solving these problems that has been proven to be valuable to INTJs.
The similarities in the cognitive function stack of the INTJ and the ENTJ gives me a unique angle to build INTJ University, helping me emphasize your strengths while also pushing you to make the most out of your weaknesses.
My life is built around the 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.
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.
Busy thinking, imagining and discovering Universe’s deepest mysteries. A few years ago, while I was on top of my self-awareness journey, I took a MBTI personality test to see what is there more to learn about myself.
When I received my results, I saw him, the great and wise Dumbledore! What could that mean? Am I a wizard?
Well… sort of! I am an INFJ – outspoken, compassionate, idealistic and artistic. I always trust my instinct and every day I try to help my community through small gestures.
INTJs and INFJs are very similar, yet very different. But that’s what makes us a great team – we share the same values and are both seek meaningful connections, INFJs are driven by feelings, INTJs are driven by logic. Together, we can use our resources to bring something innovative to the world.
Are you ready to take our relationship to the next level?
I have always known that I was different from my friends, though I didn’t understand why until I took my first class in Personality Theory and discovered the MBTI. Growing up I was more interested in books than playing with my friends. I have always had a constant thirst for information and an ability to look at things from a perspective of logic and critical thinking.
It became clear to me early on that Human Development was the area that I wanted to focus my studies, having always been fascinated by the human brain. After my Bachelor’s degree in Human Development, I received a Master’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Behavior Analysis.
I currently am employed as a Behavior Specialist working with people who are dual diagnosed with developmental disabilities and mental health problems, and I love what I do because I get to explore my passion and expand my knowledge every day. 2% of people are classified as INTJ, and I proudly am one of them. I may be an outsider, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.