INTJ Personality – Conclusion

Armed with a powerful intellect and strategic thinking, INTJs can overcome or outmaneuver obstacles that seem unbeatable to most. At the same time, their many quirks, such as often unconstrained rationalism, lead to many misunderstandings. Those misunderstandings end here. What you have read so far is just an introduction – we have a great deal more to tell you about the INTJ personality type.

At some point in reading through your results, you probably hit a tipping point. You went from trademark INTJ skepticism to “huh...” to “wait, what?” You may even be a little uncomfortable because you are really not used to being understood, even by the people you’re closest to.

Chances are, you’ve accepted that as part of who you are, and maybe even grown proud of it. But embracing that disconnection isn’t a requirement for INTJs. It’s a misused defense mechanism, leading you down a lonely, inefficient path – gaining insight into yourself and others is so much more rewarding.

Architect (INTJ) personality

This is no date-of-birth gimmick, and no, we did not spy on you – rather, we’ve spent years studying INTJs’ life stories, experiences, and patterns in hundreds of our surveys. Step by step, insight by insight, we discovered how those who share your qualities and outlook have overcome the challenges they’ve faced. You are a unique individual, but you are not alone in this. It’s wise to learn from others’ experiences – and we’d really like to share those insights with you.

As you move forward into the e-books and interactive courses we offer, we go much deeper into the INTJ mind. We answer not just “what”, but “why?”, “how?” and “what if?” Why do you act the way you do? How do you find motivation and inspiration? What if you moved beyond fear to pursue what you secretly want to achieve in life?

We can show you how to use your strengths to unlock your exceptional potential and avoid common pitfalls, while also staying true to who you are – after all, that’s the point. To see how you can grow to be the person you know you’re capable of being, in ways that finally feel right – read on.

3 years ago
I'm so glad that I found this quiz, it's really helped me to understand myself. As an INTJ sixteen year old female who has gone through some really awful things over the past few years, I'm glad to know that, firstly, I am not alone, and secondly, that there isn't really anything wrong with me, and that everyone really is completely different from one another.
3 years ago
Heads up single ladies, I'm an INTJ female and married an INTJ man. With an IQ over 150, I never felt intellectually matched by normal men and most of them found me too intimitating anyway. I met my husband online and we worked together first (earned mutual respect), then long distance dated (no physical strings meant a pure mental bond), and finally married. I moved to join him, it was weird to adjust our efficient mental link (words) to less efficient in-person (actions), but the best strategic decision of our lives. Our 9 year anniversary is tomorrow and it has been smooth sailing, even with financial, health, and job ups and downs that normal couples crash and burn over. Don't settle for less than the best, another INTJ! (Oh, and his IQ is over 160--score!!)
3 years ago
Wow, incredibly accurate! An INTJ female here; didn't know they were so rare. I always found it tough to find friends that were worthwhile, and I can see why! I've never dated or been in a relationship before, either, because I never found someone who I thought was worth my time. I found it weird seeing a lot of people my age getting married and such; I worried if it was an issue, but this seems normal for this type of personality. :D I prefer to keep to myself, but once I make a friend, it's a solid relationship.
3 years ago
Female INTJ here, not easy growing up with a family of extroverts, and the fact that I am more turbulent than assertive makes it even more difficult. For my family, if you are not loud and assertive then you have no ambition, or if you are an introvert then something is wrong with you. I prefer not to brag about my exploits until I actually succeed, and I am not impressed by someone's title at work.
Christianna H.
3 years ago
Well; Being INTJ is not a bad thing. Now knowing roughly where my strengths and weaknesses are is an excellent starting point. I need to work on eliminating my weaknesses and building my strengths, because, after all, it isn't good to not be able to get along all that well with others. Whether we deny it or not, the fact remains clear that we need each other!
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