- See the realities--the needs of the moment-- and try to meet them.
- Satisfaction doing things that involve discrimination, and a sense of beauty and proportion. They excel in craftsmanship.
- Special love of nature
- Sympathy for animals.
- Less articulate (verbal) than the INFP’s. What they do with their hands is usually more eloquent than what they say.
- Adaptable, Open-minded, flexible (except with values)
- Devoted and loyal to loved person, or cause; faithful
- Most modest type - underestimate themselves. Take for granted their own high level of craftsmanship and see it as no great achievement.
- No desire to impress or influence others
- Value harmony
- Work best individually with work involving personal values--such as art or the perception of needs
- Live by own Values - sense of right and wrong
- Great warmth and enthusiasm
- Solve problems through the use of their understanding.
- Accepting of and other types
Thursday, May 21, 2015
ISFP Introverted Sensing Feeling Perceptive
Introverted Feeling Supported by Sensing (ISFP) about 6% of population