Myers-Briggs Personality test

INTJ: Introvert-Intuitive-Thinker-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Introverts (I) tend to be contemplative, reserved and withdrawn.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.

Thinkers (T) make decisions based on logic and non-personal evaluation. They use their brain to think and not their hearts.

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

An INTJ in a nutshell:

INTJs are born leaders.

They are self-aware and original thinkers who really believe in themselves.

They are strong individualists who are looking for new perspectives or new ways to look at life.

In general, they are highly capable and intelligent people who always try to do their best and maintain a positive direction.

Obstacles are a challenge for an INTJ. They focus on their goal, work out a plan in a creative way and then put all their energy into achieving their goal.

Because they are so inspired and get involved in what they do, their energy level is often great to see!

Of all personality types, that of the INTJ is the most independent.

Inventive, inspired, tenacious, creative, imaginative and determined: all descriptions that could be used by people who know an INTJ well.