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LEADERSHIP / FEB. 24, 2015
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Top Traits of the Mastermind Personality Type

In case you are not familiar with the INTJ Mastermind personality type, Isabel Briggs Myers created this personality type amongst another 15 types to understand certain characteristics of people that can be matched with a career. The initials INTJ alone stand for introverted, intuitive, thinking and judging, and each one describes the different styles in which you choose to carry out tasks or your rationale of thinking. For example, introversion refers to your energy style while thinking and intuition are more concerned with your values and cognitive style.

If you want to see whether you are a Mastermind, which includes roughly 2% of the general population, check the video above and discover which careers match your personality type best!

Key Characteristics of the Mastermind INTJ Personality Type:

  • Analytical problem-solvers.
  • Independent and logical.
  • Curious about the world.
  • Typically reserved and serious.
  • Objective and determined.

Typical Career Categories for INTJs:

  • Science
  • Research
  • Technology
  • Law
  • Business
  • Computers

Check out this video to get more information about the Mastermind personality type and discover your full career potential! Have you managed to figure out whether you’re a Mastermind or not? Let us know in the comment section below!

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