MBTI ® Descriptions
MBTI or Myers Briggs Type Indicator descriptions of ENFP, ENTP, INFP, INTP, ESFP, ESTP, ISTP, ISFP, ENFJ, ENTJ, INFJ, INTJ, ESFJ, ESTJ, ISTJ, ISFJ:
The theory states that there are four functions (or mental muscles as we prefer to call them) that we consciously use in everyday life. Everyone uses these four mental muscles, to greater and lesser extents. The differences between the personality types are to do with how they prefer to use those mental muscles.
When we are "intuiting", we are consciously trying to come up with new possibilities - looking for new ideas, exploring untapped potential and trying to create something in the expectation that it will lead to something better.
When we are "thinking", we are trying to make connections between people, things, ideas or information - introducing a logical structure and organisation.
When we are "sensing", we are consciously actualising concepts and clarifying ideas, making them more real, heightening experience, and bringing opportunities more to fruition.
When we are "feeling", we are valuing people, things, ideas or beliefs, accepting or rejecting them on the basis of value, and trying to build harmony amongst people or by giving importance to beliefs.