Myers-Briggs Personality test

INFJ: Introvert-Intuitive-Feeler-Judger 

Introverts (I) tend to be contemplative, reserved and withdrawn. It is a widespread misconception that Introverts are shy: they don’t have to be. They draw their energy from their own thoughts and from the time they spend alone. Introverts do not have a constant need for people around them. 

Intuitives (N) pay more attention to imaginative and original information. Intuitives are focused on the future. 

Feelers (F) let their feelings and emotions play a vital role since they always make sure others are taken into account. 

Judgers (J) prefer a lifestyle that is energetic, planned and ordered. They like an organized and controlled life. 

An INFJ in a nutshell: 

The impossible happens right away, miracles take a little longer! That could be the life philosophy of an INFJ.

People who know them well describe INFJ types as imaginative, motivated, tenacious, goal-oriented and creative. 

Living without having to keep up appearances, being accepted for who they are: that is important to them.

They prefer to use their influence unobtrusively. They provide subdued enthusiasm in everything they do.

Creating harmony and dedicating themselves to the general interest of the group are among their most important motives. 

They have the strong need and desire to understand the complexity of human relationships. 

Thanks to their sense of empathy, they are able to understand and appreciate the feelings of others.

INFJs believe in and act according to their intuition and instinct.

They make decisions easily and their friends and co-workers will often see them as confident and individualistic thinkers