The Myers-Briggs notes that the INFJ personality type makes up less than 1% of population. According to MB, INFJ is the most rare personality type out of the 16 personalities. How does that contribute to creativity, gaining trust and sales?
According to Myers and Briggs - professionals with INFJ personality are highly creative, insightful, principled, passionate and altruistic. They value integrity and ethics. They put the need of others before theirs. The aforementioned translates into visionary and feasible concepts, products and solutions. It also means clients, customers and consumers come first.
Advocate personalities enjoy finding the perfect solution for the people they care about. To do this, they draw on their vivid imagination and their strong sense of compassion. This can make them excellent counselors and advisors.
Advocates typically strive to move past appearances and get to the heart of things. This can give them an almost uncanny ability to understand people’s true motivations, feelings, and needs.
People with the Advocate personality type tend to have deeply held beliefs, and their conviction often shines through when they speak or write about subjects that matter to them. Advocates can be compelling and inspiring communicators, with their idealism persuading even the hardest of skeptics.
Advocates can pursue their ideals with a single-mindedness that may catch others off guard. These personalities rarely settle for “good enough,” and their willingness to disrupt the status quo may not please everyone. That said, Advocates’ passion for their chosen cause is a key aspect of their personality.
Advocates generally aim to use their strengths for the greater good – they rarely enjoy succeeding at other people’s expense. They tend to think about how their actions affect others, and their goal is to behave in a way that will help the people around them and make the world a better place.
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