Myers-Briggs Personality test

INFP: Introvert-Intuitive-Feeler-Perceiver    

Introverts (I) tend to be contemplative, reserved and withdrawn.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. 

Perceivers (P) prefer a spontaneous, flexible and versatile lifestyle. They prefer an unstructured environment and they like to keep all options open. 

An INFP in a nutshell:

Making the world a little better: that’s INFP’s motto.

They need a crusade or a mission in life.

They quietly stand up for what they think is important and rarely give up. 

INFP personality types are creative and are always looking for new ideas and solutions.

They are rather reluctant and therefore perhaps more difficult to get to know.

But when they want to be social they can be extraordinarily charming and popular and many people can appreciate their moody sense of humour.

They trust and appreciate their intuition wherever it leads them. 

An INFP is usually an attentive listener and quickly puts people at ease. Although an INFP can be reserved in expressing emotions, he or she is very caring and genuinely interested in understanding people.

Because of their sincerity, people appreciate INFPs as a friend and confidant. 

INFPs do not like conflicts and they do everything they can to prevent them.

On the other hand, INFPs are excellent mediators and can solve other people’s conflicts very well. Intuitively they understand people’s perspectives and feelings and they really want to help them.

This gives them a lot of personal satisfaction