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LIFE OF AN INTJ

Am I the only one who cannot tolerate disorganised situations?! Nothing pushes me over the edge faster than being stuck with a chaos I did not create!


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It's very frustrating when simple things (I know this is subjective) become complicated, especially when the complications are avoidable. It's even more so when I have to suffer the consequences of the disorganisation of others. Some may describe me as 'anal' as I am very particular with things that concern me, however, I prefer to simply use the word 'organised'.


According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator I am an INTJ (introverted, intuitive, thinking and judging), Architect personality.  I'm not sure how much of my intolerance for incompetence and disorder comes from my personality typing but I have a feeling that there is a direct correlation between the two. People with an INTJ personality type can spot inefficiency a mile away and, with their innate ability to look for and find solutions, are generally able to avoid self-induced pandemonium (dramatic wording, I know lol).


Only ~2% of the population are INTJs and only 0.8% of women have this personality type (fellow elites, comment below!). INTJs are driven by logic, love a good plan and value effectiveness which is probably why we find it hard to deal with behaviours that we deem incompetent or inept. Add that to the fact that we don't generally like being around people (side bar: being introverted does not mean we lack social skills mmmkay? Okay.) and you have a very frustrated person on your hands when faced with unnecessary chaos! Long story short, when you're around me, step your game up! Rant over.

Fun fact: Many fictional villains are modelled on this personality type. Make of that what you will.

What's your personality type? If you don't know what your Myers-Briggs personality type is, take the test on 16Personalities.com to find out.  Do you agree with your personality profile? Let me know in the comments.

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