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If you are confused what the generic terms Awareness, Widom, Humility mean then please intuit from the function alignment between said personalities. Description using 1 word is extremely difficult for the variability between every personality. Division correlations are everything.
MBTI categories personalities with 16 personality types.
MBTI separates people’s personalities by categories of thoughts.
MBTI separates people’s personalities by hierarchy of categories.
MBTI INTP uses Ti as its highest priority of thought.
Describing INTP using the letters:
Introverted Intuitive Thought Prospecting:
Is limited understanding.
Is extremely bottom-heavy.
Is rarely an accurate representation of any personality.
Is baby business.
Is extreme naivety.
Is infinite arrogance.
Functions are everything.
Very simply put:
|Se||= Thoughts of physical surroundings||Si||= Thoughts of the past|
|Te||= Organisational thoughts||Ti||= Logical thoughts|
|Fe||= Thoughts of other’s feelings||Fi||= Thoughts of your own feelings|
|Ne||= Thoughts of other’s actions||Ni||= Thoughts of your future|
Hero is used neutrally.
Hero is used to satisfy your child.
Parent is used negatively.
Parent is used to protect your child.
Child is used positivey.
Child is used to feel.
Inferior is used negatively.
Inferior is avoided for your hero.
Nemesis is used negatively.
Nemesis is used to protect the critic.
Critic is used negatively.
Critic is used to help the nemesis.
Trickster is used unconsciously.
Trickster is ignored for your child.
Demon is used negatively.
Demon is used to rage.
|Ego (Conscious) Functions||Unconscious Functions|
Function Relationship Information
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The shorter the connecting lines, the easier you will find it to connect with their functions.
Most intelligent personality type to least intelligent personality type.
1. INTJ- They are extremely skilled when it comes to information, storing it and knowing how to use it in the big picture. They waste no time getting things done and no-one else knows ‘the world’ better than them. They can completely cut out time wasting emotional reactions and see logic, not only that they keep to themselves, storing even more information.
2. ENTP- They are ‘big idea’ people, they can do what the INTJ’s do pretty well, they can store alot of information, the only difference being they outlet it and try and change things by using their information. The only reason I put them lower than the INTJ’s is becuase they spend alot of time with people, having fun and influencing people, which wastes time.
3. INTP- INTP’s can store SO much information. And they have so many ideas too. They just aren’t as pro-active or as consise as ENTP’s and INTJ’s. The reason I put them higher than INFP’s is because they can completely cancel out emotion which can quite often be time wasting, debilitating and can even cloud judgement.
4. INFP- They are like INFP’s, they can store a tremendous amount of information and not forget it. I feel like while they have Fi which can make them sensitive, their analytical mind paired up with their ability to see the posiblities means they know answers to things instantly. I put them higher than the INFJ because I feel like their mind is more open to new things. I think they are kind of a blank slate because they can almost become anything if someone tells them to.
5. INFJ- Incredibly ‘big picture’ people I think they are the smartest when it comes to philosphy in life. I said that the INTJ’s were best at ‘knowing the world’ but by that I mean the logical, factual world. INFJ’s are best at knowing the emotional and spiritual world. However if asked to solve a problem their emotion may cloud their speed.
6. ENTJ- They are incredibly smart people and incredibly business minded, they know the world on a business level the best out of all types it seems. I put them lower than the INFJ because they are prone to anger, which can seriously cloud ones judgement. Also they mostly only care about themselves, meaning they are unlikely to store any information which doesn’t relate to them.
7. ENFJ- I think they are like INFP’s in alot of ways in that they ‘know people’ so well. But they are so clouded by emotion they cannot help but act on that, sometimes not focusing on the right thing. Although they have the Ni as their secondary function which means they are constantly thinking.
8. ENFP- I put them lower than the ENFJ’s because a combination like ENF would entail someone running riot unless they had a J to give it some structure and sense. The ENFP’s are fun and smart and know ALOT about people, they are great with new ideas and are quick minded. Only problem being they spend so much time having fun.
9. ESTJ- This type I would say, is the smartest of all the sensors. I think they can seem smarter than alot of the types above. The only difference being they don’t know what to do with things. They have no emotional intelligence or intuition to give them an insight into the world. They are good at being in charge and understanding institutions, they are also brainboxes, storing so much factual evidence.
10. ISTP- I think they are so smart because they know the solution to so many things, they are good with their hands and quick on their feet. They could solve any physical thing very quickly. They are not very good with analytical matters but they have a good idea on what to do in most circumstances. I put them higher than the ESFJ because they are more quick on their feet.
11. ESFJ- ESFJ’s are intelligent when it comes to people and knowing the right thing to say to make people happy. They are not thick in anyway and are actually smart and sensible people academically. However I feel they have to strong a need to be adored almost always to really be analytical in anything.
12. ESTP- I would put them lower, but I put them here because they are very ‘real world’ people, they have alot of common sense and do not put up with crap. Although they have little emotional intelligence I put them higher than ISFP because they can get things done much, much quicker than they can. They put logic first, although they are inclined to party alot.
13. ISFP- I put them higher than the others because like many others they have a certain emotional intelligence for visual design. That doesn’t help towards storing information but they normally know what to say in all situations, they are lovely people and they can use their charm and innocence to get them forward, despite not have anything at-all that resembles an analytical mind.
14. ISTJ- I put them higher than the ISFJ because they don’t just blindly follow things like them. They do follow things alot but they also do know when there is no value or sense in something that’s happening. They are pretty sensible people when it comes to how people should live their lives and have a good grasp on right and wrong concepts. They are just not very good when it comes to storing long-term factual data or working things out.
15. ISFJ- The second to bottom, I put them higher than the ESFP because they know what to do in certain situations, they are sensible like the ISTJ’s but they know how to heal a person to health, in everyway. They are protective over others who look out for them. They have no time for analysing and often don’t know what to say, but they understand human beings and humility which puts them higher than the ESFP.
16. ESFP- The least intelligent type in my opinion. They have no time for analysing whatsoever, they are fashionable and fun and like to party but cannot for the life of them work anything out. They are good at making people feel happy and are natural performers in art, drama or dance. They are the most carefree of all times therefore the least intelligent.
How To Be Less Lazy, Based On Your Myers Briggs Personality Type
We all experience periods of low energy, procrastination, and lack of motivation, but it’s important to remember that no personality type is inherently lazy. Instead, we are all driven by different motivations, and understanding our Myers Briggs personality type can help us identify our unique strengths and weaknesses. By focusing on our strengths and finding ways to tap into our motivations, we can become more productive and less lazy.
Here are some tips for each of the Myers Briggs personality types to help you be less lazy:
What is the laziest MBTI Personality Type?
It’s important to note that no MBTI personality type is inherently lazy. However, individuals of different types may struggle with motivation in different areas. For example, an ESTJ may show laziness when it comes to considering their own needs and exploring their own inner world of their thoughts and feelings and reflecting on their own actions. On the other hand, INFPs might be lazy in the sense that they are less interested in proactive, practical pursuits. It’s crucial to focus on developing our strengths and finding motivation in areas that align with our values and purpose to combat laziness.
You might be differently motivated and that’s okay. Discover your own motivation and take my MBTI Personality Test.
How To Be Less Lazy, Based On Your Myers Briggs Personality Type
INFJ – The Advocate
As an INFJ, you are motivated by your compassion and empathy for others. You thrive when you can help others and make a difference in their lives. To be less lazy, focus on setting goals that align with your values and purpose. Break down your goals into smaller, achievable steps, and track your progress along the way. You may also benefit from finding an accountability partner or mentor who can help you stay on track.
INTJ – The Architect
As an INTJ, you are motivated by critical thinking, strategy, and competition. You enjoy solving complex problems and exploring new ideas. To be less lazy, focus on setting clear, measurable goals that challenge you intellectually. Break down your goals into smaller, manageable steps, and develop a plan for achieving them. You may also benefit from seeking out new challenges and opportunities to learn and grow.
INFP – The Mediator
As an INFP, you are motivated by your compassion and creativity. You enjoy helping others and expressing yourself through art, music, or writing. To be less lazy, focus on setting goals that align with your values and allow you to express your creativity. Break down your goals into smaller, achievable steps, and find ways to incorporate your creative interests into your daily routine. You may also benefit from connecting with like-minded individuals who share your passions and interests.
INTP – The Logician
As an INTP, you are motivated by your curiosity and love of learning. You enjoy exploring new ideas and finding creative solutions to problems. To be less lazy, focus on setting goals that challenge you intellectually and allow you to explore new ideas. Break down your goals into smaller, manageable steps, and develop a plan for achieving them. You may also benefit from seeking out new opportunities to learn and grow, such as attending workshops or taking online courses.
ENFJ – The Protagonist
As an ENFJ, you are motivated by your empathy and desire to help others. You thrive when you can make a difference in the lives of those around you. To be less lazy, focus on setting goals that align with your values and allow you to make a positive impact on others. Break down your goals into smaller, achievable steps, and find ways to incorporate acts of kindness and service into your daily routine. You may also benefit from connecting with a supportive community of like-minded individuals.
ENTJ – The Commander
As an ENTJ, you are motivated by your strategic thinking and love of competition. You enjoy setting goals and achieving them through hard work and determination. To be less lazy, focus on setting clear, measurable goals that challenge you intellectually and allow you to exercise your leadership skills. Break down your goals into smaller, achievable steps, and develop a plan for achieving them. You may also benefit from seeking out new challenges and opportunities to test your abilities and compete with others.
ENFP – The Campaigner
ENFPs are motivated by novelty, newness, and variety. They enjoy exploring new ideas and experiences and expressing themselves through art, music, or writing. They are often energized by their interactions with others and enjoy collaborating on projects. ENFPs may struggle with routine or repetitive tasks and need a sense of freedom and flexibility to feel motivated. They are often driven by their desire to make a positive impact on the world and help others.
ENTP – The Debater
ENTPs are motivated by critical thinking, competition, and strategy. They enjoy exploring new ideas and concepts and finding creative solutions to problems. They are often energized by debate and discussion and enjoy challenging others’ ideas. ENTPs may struggle with routine or mundane tasks and need a sense of intellectual stimulation to feel motivated. They are often driven by their desire to innovate and create new things.
ESTP – The Entrepreneur
ESTPs are motivated by taking action, immediacy, and interaction with their environment. They enjoy hands-on experiences and taking risks. They are often energized by physical activity and enjoy exploring their surroundings. ESTPs may struggle with long-term planning or tedious tasks and need a sense of excitement and novelty to feel motivated. They are often driven by their desire to achieve success and enjoy the rewards that come with it.
ESFP – The Performer
ESFPs are motivated by emotional keywords, supporting others, and compassion. They enjoy socializing and being the center of attention. They are often energized by their interactions with others and enjoy making people laugh and feel good. ESFPs may struggle with structure or rules and need a sense of freedom and spontaneity to feel motivated. They are often driven by their desire to connect with others and make a positive impact on their lives.
ESFJ – The Consul
ESFJs are motivated by compassion, empathy, and supporting others. They enjoy helping people and making a positive impact on their lives. They are often energized by their interactions with others and enjoy socializing and building relationships. ESFJs may struggle with change or uncertainty and need a sense of stability and routine to feel motivated. They are often driven by their desire to create harmony and maintain a sense of order in their environment.
ESTJ – The Executive
ESTJs are motivated by taking action, immediacy, and interacting with their environment. They enjoy organizing people and resources to achieve their goals. They are often energized by practical problem-solving and enjoy working with others to achieve success. ESTJs may struggle with ambiguity or indecision and need a clear plan of action to feel motivated. They are often driven by their desire to achieve results and reach their goals.
ISTJ – The Logistician
ISTJs are motivated by resilience, dedication, discipline, and strength. They enjoy working hard and taking pride in their accomplishments. They are often energized by routine and predictability and enjoy following a structured plan. ISTJs may struggle with change or uncertainty and need a sense of stability and order to feel motivated. They are often driven by their desire to uphold tradition and maintain a sense of continuity in their environment.
ISFJ – The Defender
ISFJs are motivated by compassion, empathy, and supporting others. They enjoy making a positive impact on people’s lives and building strong relationships. They are often energized by their interactions with others and enjoy providing practical help and support. ISFJs may struggle with change or unfamiliar situations and need a sense of predictability and stability to feel motivated. They are often driven by their desire to create harmony and maintain a sense of balance in their environment.
Learn more about my rankings in this YouTube video. The 16 personalities ranked by laziness.
How to be less lazy
- Be realistic about how much energy you can put into a project
- Focus your attention and energy into projects that matter to you
- Don’t feel too guilty about not being able to do everything or not being able to be everywhere at once
- Give yourself time to recharge in between activities
- Make the time you spend recharging “self-care” time and try to enjoy it
- Find healthy ways to rechargeby doing things that fuel your Introverted iNtuition
- Give yourself mini-breaks or timeouts during activities
- Don’t spread yourself too thin
- Let go of things that you don’t have the energy or attention for
- Push yourself to give your all into activities if they matterto you
Do you agree with the list? Are you the laziest MBTI? Share your feedback and thoughts in the comment’s below!