ISTJs can be recognized by the simple fact that they will be infinitely better at storing facts than you, while remaining unable to process them into larger truths. While this turns them into an impressive storehouse of knowledge (especially dates and chemical equations, which tend to stick to the ISTJ like Elmer’s Glue Papier-mâché), don’t rely on the ISTJ to strike out creatively. (Then again, don’t rely on anyone, except the occasional INT. And maybe an ISFJ. Or perhaps an INF…. On second thought, fine, rely on a few people. Just remember: The fewer humans you require to function at full capacity, the better. More people will lower your capacity, not increase it.)
Anyways, back to ISTJs. Continue reading ISTJs and Other (non)Sense Factories
Greetings, fellow INTPs (and all you [other] homo sapiens). I’m back with a new installment of The INTP’s Guide to Everyone Else. I know I can make all the excuses in the world trying to justify my absence from the MBTI segment of my blog (I lost some of my comic drawings, school got too busy, I couldn’t muster the energy to write), but I’m pretty sure you don’t want to hear them. I promised I’d deliver content weekly, and, well, I didn’t. What can I say…. I’m an INTP.
Anyways, I’ve returned, and it’s finally time to take a look at ISTPs.
ISTPs are theoretically similar to you. However, as always, be guarded in your attempts to turn theory into practice, because inconsistencies increase with the number of variables. When it comes to humans, the variables are infinite.
You may find that ISTPs share your idea processing and brainstorming traits while being a bit more practically inclined Continue reading ISTPs and Other Fixer-Uppers