Myers-Briggs Personality test

ISFJ: Introvert-Sensor-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Introverts (I) tend to be contemplative, reserved and withdrawn.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 

Sensors (S) live in the now. They rely on factual information and evidence, they are capable of dealing with practical matters, and they enjoy it when things are concrete and measurable. 

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 ISFJ in a nutshell:

ISFJs are cordial, generous and extremely reliable.  

They have many special charactaristics, especially their sensitivity and their capacity to make things run smoothly.  

They are caring and attentive. In relationships, ISFJs can be insecure and uncertain, only until they start know people well they open up.

From time to time they can be incredibly modest! 

ISFJ personality types work hard and are particularly responsible.   Both at work and in their spare time, they do as they promise in their own precise and meticulous way.  

People rely on an ISFJ. They know that ISFJs are not frivolous and do not constantly change their opinions.

They form a solid, consistent foundation in people’s lives and that creates a high level of trust. 

When making decisions, developing ideas, and taking action, ISFJs shine in processing vast amounts of facts, data, and information.  

There are not many other personality types who possess this incredible talent.   A

And more importantly, one of ISFJ’s most attractive qualities is their sense of humour.  Their dry humour is appreciated by many.