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Here’s a brief summary of each of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types, highlighting their core traits:

  1. ISTJ (The Logistician) - Practical, fact-minded, and reliable. Values integrity and responsibility, with a clear focus on duty.

  2. ISFJ (The Defender) - Supportive, nurturing, and reliable. Highly attentive to the needs of others, often putting others' needs before their own.

  3. INFJ (The Advocate) - Idealistic, reserved, and compassionate. Seeks deeper meaning and connection, often driven by a sense of purpose.

  4. INTJ (The Architect) - Strategic, logical, and innovative. Values independence and competence, with a vision for the future.

  5. ISTP (The Virtuoso) - Practical, experimental, and spontaneous. Excels in situations that require problem-solving and adaptability.

  6. ISFP (The Adventurer) - Charming, sensitive, and curious. Enjoys exploring the physical world and expressing themselves artistically.

  7. INFP (The Mediator) - Empathetic, loyal, and driven by personal values. Seeks to understand people and help them fulfill their potential.

  8. INTP (The Thinker) - Analytical, curious, and abstract. Enjoys deep thinking and theorizing, often seeking to understand underlying principles.

  9. ESTP (The Entrepreneur) - Energetic, perceptive, and direct. Thrives in fast-paced, dynamic environments and enjoys living in the moment.

  10. ESFP (The Entertainer) - Spontaneous, energetic, and enthusiastic. Loves vibrant experiences and enjoys engaging with the world in the here-and-now.

  11. ENFP (The Campaigner) - Enthusiastic, creative, and sociable. Driven by new ideas and possibilities, always looking for deeper connections.

  12. ENTP (The Debater) - Quick-witted, broad-minded, and intellectually curious. Enjoys discussing and exploring new ideas, challenging others and conventions.

  13. ESTJ (The Executive) - Organized, dedicated, and honest. Values order, structure, and efficiency, often taking charge in organizing projects and people.

  14. ESFJ (The Consul) - Warm, caring, and social. Highly attuned to the emotional needs of others, striving to create harmony and cooperation.

  15. ENFJ (The Protagonist) - Charismatic, inspiring, and altruistic. Seeks to cultivate potential in others and is motivated by helping others succeed.

  16. ENTJ (The Commander) - Bold, imaginative, and strong-willed. Natural leader, using their drive and determination to achieve and implement their vision.

Each personality type offers unique perspectives and strengths, contributing distinctively to the dynamics of interpersonal relationships and professional environments.