People who are of the INTJ personality type are ambitious and amazing problem solvers, who prefer handling anything with their original ideas. INTJ (Introverted, Intuition, Thinker, and Judgment) is among the sixteen Myers-Briggs profiles, a popular psychometric test. Myers-Briggs test, the popularly used psychometric test determines whether people are extroverts or introverts, whether they make decisions via conscious reasoning or decide with the help of their intuitions.
INTJs show natural thirst for knowledge right from their childhood; they pursue their goals with a tunnel-vision drive that helps implement schemes and ideas of their own making.
I decided to make a compilation of famous celebrities who have been categorized into the INTJ list via the Myers-Briggs assessment test, and supported by important findings from reputable sources. So feel free to let us know individuals who shouldn’t have graced the list, or any famous figure you deem fit to be included.
The accomplishments of the South African-born American inventor have distinguished him as a Mastermind, that other INTJs are known for. Through his refusal to admit failure, the founder of Paypal and Tesla is being praised as a workaholic who has determined to change the world by finding solution to problems in effective ways. Though not interested in media attention, Musk’s wealth won’t let him hide from public view efficiently.
INTJs tend to discern a singular goal – “a change that needs to happen” – and then push for that goal in an intense and monomaniac way that may be off-putting to others.