Good ol’ Myers-Briggs
Me: ENFJ

http://typelogic.com/enfj.html
Extroverts derive their energy by turning outward to other people, going to parties, working with others, and meeting new people. They learn by doing and tend to think out loud. They prefer being a part of the action.
INtuitive types consider their five senses only as a jumping-off point, instead placing their trust in information that comes from hunches and reading between the lines for hidden meanings and patterns. They focus on the future, anticipating "what could be" rather than "what is."
Feeling types base their decisions on more personal and subjective criteria, giving primary consideration to the impact their decisions have on people, including themselves. They tend to trust their heart.
Judging types like an orderly lifestyle with schedules and structure. They like to follow organized plans and check things off their to-do list.
My Husband: ISTJ
Introverts are energized by turning inward to the world of ideas and reflection. They like to think things through and emphasize reflection rather than action. It's not that Introverts don't like or need other people; they do. But many relate best with friends and coworkers one-on-one.
Sensing types trust, primarily, the kind of information they get from their five senses — what they can see, feel, taste, hear, and smell. They focus on the facts, and pay more attention to "what is" rather than "what could be."
Thinking types base their decisions on logic and objective analysis, trusting their head to make a good choice. Words like logic, objectivity, competence, justice, and fairness resonate with Thinking types.
Judging types like an orderly lifestyle with schedules and structure. They like to follow organized plans and check things off their to-do list.

3 out of 4 times…yin and yang. J is our center. Realizing that, I found another site with a more detailed definition: "What this often looks like is that they prefer a planned or orderly way of life, like to have things settled and organized, feel more comfortable when decisions are made, and like to bring life under control to the degree that it is possible."

me: Envisioner Mentor: ENFJ
Theme is mentoring, leading people to achieve their potential and become more of who they are. Talents lie in empathizing with profound interpersonal insight and in influencing others to learn, grow and develop. Lead using their exceptional communication skills, enthusiasm, and warmth to gain cooperation toward meeting the ideals they hold for the individual or the organization. Catalysts who draw out the best in others. Thrive on empathic connections. Frequently called on to help others with personal problems.

him: Planner Inspector: ISTJ
Theme is planning and monitoring, ensuring predictable quality. Thorough, systematic and careful. See discrepancies, omissions, and pitfalls. Talents lie in administrating and regulating. Dependable, realistic, and sensible. Want to conserve the resources of the organization, group, family or culture and persevere toward that goal. Thrive on planning ahead and being prepared. Like helping others through their roles as parent, supervisor, teammate, and community volunteer.

Comments

  1. Anonymous11:13 AM

    dude, I need to catch up, but guess what? I'm the same MB profile as you! We're both crazy!

    hugs,
    Soo JIn

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