The way someone thinks
can make it easy for you to pick their pattern

Is the other person thinking or not?
Observing people, the masses, engage in thinking can be handy when picking someone's pattern prior to imposing correctly.

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Here are all sixteen patterns - all the ways of thinking.

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Conducted and Composed by Elizabeth Hunter™ - Last Update 1 August, 2019


1. Can it be the Director - ESTJ?

The Director is the Border Collie

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: The Director has proficiency with a mental process called Introverted Sensing. This information-gathering process focusses on comparing and contrasting the present moment with past experiences. It is focussed on memories, patterns and learning through real-world experience. They experience a high level of internal body awareness and are often the first to notice when a food has gone past the expiration date or they are beginning to develop physical symptoms of an illness. Because of their physical awareness they often strive to create comfortable surroundings in their homes and value health and consistency a great deal. Each moment is overlaid by "filters" of similar past experiences. This allows a quick notice when a pattern is changing, when a situation is unusual or when something has changed. They are often the first to notice when someone has re-organised a room and they quickly notice unusual changes in body language. This attention to detail can make it easy for them to de-code underlying motives and feelings in other people. They enjoy repeating favorite traditions and experiences, combining their vivid memories of the past with the present and future – thereby making a beautiful moment live on and maintain personal significance.

Specific: The Director, together with the OT, combine their use of Introverted Sensing with Extroverted Thinking. This is focused on developing structure and organisation in the outer world. It applies objective logic to every situation and looks for guiding principles and rules that can make things more effective. They are very goal-oriented and methodical in what they do – they are typically skilled at breaking down large tasks into easy, sequential steps. Creating order, spotting (and correcting) errors and instituting rules and contingency plans are things that they do well. When they make decisions they try to step outside of their personal feelings to view things objectively and without bias. They are firm believers in fairness and justice and hate it when people allow their emotional whims to get in the way of logic and truth. That said, they are also guided by a sense of loyalty to their values, families, and communities.

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2. Can it be the Developer - ENTJ?

The Developer is the German Shepherd

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: The Developer has Introverted Intuition which is all about discovering underlying meanings, systems and patterns. They want to envision what will happen someday and how things will play out in the future. They are drawn to the abstract world – things that are intangible, theoretical and symbolic. They do not focus on what exists or what is, they look behind the scenes trying to decode the background processes at work. "What else is going on here?" "What am I not seeing?" "What’s the ultimate meaning of this?" "How does this impact the future?" These are questions that dance through the minds of the Persuader, Enhancer, Investigator and Developer. Sudden insights and predictions tend to appear to them as they piece together patterns and connections. When they make decisions, they consider the long-term implications and whether or not the decision will open up new possibilities or levels of understanding. Repeating things, simplifying and focusing on nitty-gritty details are all things that bore these patterns.

Specific: The Developer, together with the Enhancer, pairs their use of Introverted Intuition with Extroverted Thinking. To outside observers, they exude a sense of order, reasonableness and vision. Being logically consistent and fair is of vital importance to them. They realise that in order to achieve their ideas for the future they need to create processes that are effective and methodical. They rapidly notice flaws and can quickly make corrections to systems that are running inefficiently. Direct and frank in their speech, these types can intimidate people by the value they place on truth over tact. Making people feel good is far less important to them then reaching an objective and making a system run more effectively for the group. They are decisive and goal-oriented, keeping their eye on the vision they have before them. When they make decisions they use logical rationale and attempt to be unbiased and unaffected by emotions that might cloud their judgment. When they are working through a decision, they look at their priorities, the possible consequences of the decision, the laws, rules and steps involved in making it happen.

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3. Can it be the Results - ESTP?

The Results is the Jack Russell Terrier

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: This pattern values a mental process called Extroverted Sensation. These patterns are focussed on experiencing and being aware of everything that is happening in the present moment. These patterns are highly observant of their surroundings and can react quickly to surprise events or changes. Highly realistic, they pride themselves on facing the facts and responding to crises with level-headedness and readiness. They can "read" the atmosphere and the people around them and as such are excellent negotiators and storytellers, quickly adapting and responding to the cues of others. These patterns are the most focussed on what is relevant now and what is needed now. They care less about hypothesising and envisioning and more about being ready for whatever comes their way in the present moment. They tend to come across as grounded, adaptable, easy-going and quick-witted. Their attentiveness to detail and ability to think quickly on their feet makes them sources of strength for many.

Specific: The Results, together with the Achiever pairs their use of Extroverted Sensation with Introverted Thinking. They are deeply analytical and focussed on being accurate in their views. They are concerned with clarifying their ideas, clearing out bad data, and having a deep, thorough knowledge of how everything is connected. They focus on clarity and precision and often seem to be searching for the most specific, appropriate word to use to complete a sentence. Since they are so grounded in the outer world and so driven by experiences, many of their interests are technical, mechanical or recreational. They may spend hours researching computer parts, learning how to play an instrument or perfecting a new business idea. In many cases, they apply their logic to the real world. They put their thoughts to the test in sportsmanship, building, entrepreneurship, emergency relief, or even fighting. In decisions, they believe that they should stay impersonal, unbiased and objective. They want to make decisions that align with their inner framework of principles and truths. They are constantly refining this framework with more information and more knowledge. Because they tend to process many of their thoughts internally, they can surprise others when they finally do voice their conclusions. To the outside observer it can seem like they have spontaneously and suddenly blurted out a decision without analysing it. This is rarely the case. Unlike the Director, OT, Developer and Enhancer, they do a lot of their mental work silently and without a lot of expression. They rarely "talk out" their ideas and instead only voice their conclusions after they have worked out all the components of the decision inwardly.

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4. Can it be the Inspirational - ENTP?

The Inspirational is the Bull Terrier

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: This pattern uses Extroverted Intuition and that is all about inferring relationships and finding connections. These patterns notice threads of meaning that branch out across relationships, events and objects. They extrapolate all the possibilities of what could be in the future. When they enter an empty room, they do not see an empty room; they see their favourite pictures hanging on the wall, their favorite books laid out on desks, friends gathered for conversation. They do not see what "is" they see what "may be". Their mind is on a constant quest for inferences, meanings, hypotheses and abstract possibilities or epiphanies.

Specific: The Inspirational, together with the Perfectionist, pairs Extroverted Intuition with Introverted Thinking. To outside observers thay seem analytical, open-minded and imaginative. Their ideas take on unusual and original forms and they are often sought for their innovative way of solving problems. Making decisions is less about staying true to one’s self and one’s values and more about understanding how things work, having the most accurate data and using precise logic. The independent logic of these types often leads them to form unpopular conclusions. They care less about socially-acceptable ways of thinking or "rules" and care more about incorporating all the logically connected data into one truth or conclusion. They are mentally sifting through information on a constant basis, discarding what does not make sense and purging worthless or inaccurate data from their mind. In this process, they may discard many standard guidelines and societal beliefs because the logic behind them is not "clean".

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5. Can it be the Persuader - ENFJ?

The Persuader is the Boxer

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: The Persuader has Introverted Intuition which is all about discovering underlying meanings, systems and patterns. They want to envision what will happen someday and how things will play out in the future. They are drawn to the abstract world – things that are intangible, theoretical and symbolic. They do not focus on what exists or what is, they look behind the scenes trying to decode the background processes at work. "What else is going on here?" "What am I not seeing?" "What’s the ultimate meaning of this?" "How does this impact the future?" These are questions that dance through the minds of the Persuader, Enhancer, Investigator and Developer. Sudden insights and predictions tend to appear to them as they piece together patterns and connections. When they make decisions, they consider the long-term implications and whether or not the decision will open up new possibilities or levels of understanding. Repeating things, simplifying and focusing on nitty-gritty details are all things that bore these patterns.

Specific: The Persuader, together with the Investigator, pairs their use of Introverted Intuition with Extroverted Feeling. To outside observers, they tend to exude warmth and understanding. They care about making people comfortable, meeting their needs and reading their emotions. They often get a sense of the emotional impact things will have on others and how to transform the emotional "atmosphere" of the room they are in. They exude sympathy when someone is suffering and can easily express enthusiasm when someone is excited. They are very aware of which mannerisms, words and expressions will put other people in the desired emotional state. They often use self-deprecating humour to connect with people and open up authentic communication. In decisions, they are always going to prioritise the needs of "the group". They will be evaluating how people will be impacted, the emotional dynamics at play for others and whether everyone’s values are being honored.

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6. Can it be the Appraiser - ESFJ

The Appraiser is the Great Dane

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: The Appraiser has proficiency with a mental process called Introverted Sensing. This information-gathering process focusses on comparing and contrasting the present moment with past experiences. It is focussed on memories, patterns and learning through real-world experience. They experience a high level of internal body awareness and are often the first to notice when a food has gone past the expiration date or they are beginning to develop physical symptoms of an illness. Because of their physical awareness they often strive to create comfortable surroundings in their homes and value health and consistency a great deal. Each moment is overlaid by "filters" of similar past experiences. This allows a quick notice when a pattern is changing, when a situation is unusual or when something has changed. They are often the first to notice when someone has re-organised a room and they quickly notice unusual changes in body language. This attention to detail can make it easy for them to de-code underlying motives and feelings in other people. They enjoy repeating favorite traditions and experiences, combining their vivid memories of the past with the present and future – thereby making a beautiful moment live on and maintain personal significance.

Specific: The Appraiser, together with the Practitioner, pairs their use of Introverted Sensing with Extraverted Feeling. This second one is focussed on creating and maintaining harmony in the environment. They believe in taking care of the people around them and are actively concerned with the needs, desires and values of others. They are constantly evaluating the "mood of the room" and can quickly find ways to make others feel comfortable. Sometimes they can work so hard to create external harmony that they cause internal conflict within themselves. It can be difficult for them to meet their own needs when they are so busy attending to the needs and desires of their families or friends. Nurturing others, providing stability and being able to empathize is something that comes naturally to the Appraiser.

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7. Can it be the Promoter - ENFP?

The Promoter is the Golden Retriever

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: This pattern uses Extroverted Intuition and that is all about inferring relationships and finding connections. These patterns notice threads of meaning that branch out across relationships, events and objects. They extrapolate all the possibilities of what could be in the future. When they enter an empty room, they do not see an empty room; they see their favouite pictures hanging on the wall, their favorite books laid out on desks, friends gathered for conversation. They do not see what "is" they see what "may be". Their mind is on a constant quest for inferences, meanings, hypotheses and abstract possibilities or epiphanies.

Specific: The Promoter, together with the Agent, pairs Extroverted Intuition Introverted Feeling. To outside observers these patterns might seem open-minded, energetic and overflowing with ideas. But on the inside, they have deeply-held inner values. They want their ideas to support themselves and others. They check that proposed plans will honour their own and other people’s individual, non-negotiable, ethics and desires. They ask themselves, "Does this respect my needs?" or "Is this decision in line with what is important to me in life?" or "Am I being true to myself?”

NFPs have a gut sense of right and wrong and a strong sense of individuality. They hate the idea of being steered by outward forces; by societal constructs and rules. Labels irritate them and assumptions about their motives frustrate them. They have a sense of right and wrong, and a sense of direction, that is all their own. While they want to see other individuals happy, they must stay true to what they believe is right for them. They do not want to go with the flow and they enjoy being different. While they crave harmony, it’s more important for them to stay true to their individual purpose in life.
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8. Can it be the Counselor - ESFP

The Counselor is the Poodle

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: This pattern values a mental process called Extraverted Sensation. These patterns are focussed on experiencing and being aware of everything that is happening in the present moment. These patterns are highly observant of their surroundings and can react quickly to surprise events or changes. Highly realistic, they pride themselves on facing the facts and responding to crises with level-headedness and readiness. They can "read" the atmosphere and the people around them and as such are excellent negotiators and storytellers, quickly adapting and responding to the cues of others. These patterns are the most focussed on what is relevant now and what is needed now. They care less about hypothesising and envisioning and more about being ready for whatever comes their way in the present moment. They tend to come across as grounded, adaptable, easy-going and quick-witted. Their attentiveness to detail and ability to think quickly on their feet makes them sources of strength for many.

Specific: The Counselor, together with the the Specialist, pairs their use of Extraverted Sensation with Introverted Feeling. These patterns, while highly realistic and pragmatic, are also driven to pursue their individual callings. They seek inner harmony and authenticity, embracing their own individuality and that of others. They have a sense of when something is right or wrong, good or bad and they need to feel "right" about something in order to move forward. Their attitude about what is right and wrong may be very different from that of the rest of society. Rather than accepting societal constructs, traditions or viewpoints that have been passed down for generations, they have to wrestle with darkness and light to find out what they truly believe. They do not need to have their goals or values affirmed by society – they may not even verbally share their inner system of values because they believe that each individual is entitled to their own path in life. Often they believe in standing up for other individuals – underdogs, outliers and misunderstood people. They take good care of people one-on-one and are less concerned with group values.

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9. Can it be the Specialist - ISFP

The Specialist is the Saint Bernard

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: This pattern values a mental process called Extraverted Sensation. These patterns are focussed on experiencing and being aware of everything that is happening in the present moment. These patterns are highly observant of their surroundings and can react quickly to surprise events or changes. Highly realistic, they pride themselves on facing the facts and responding to crises with level-headedness and readiness. They can "read" the atmosphere and the people around them and as such are excellent negotiators and storytellers, quickly adapting and responding to the cues of others. These patterns are the most focussed on what is relevant now and what is needed now. They care less about hypothesising and envisioning and more about being ready for whatever comes their way in the present moment. They tend to come across as grounded, adaptable, easy-going and quick-witted. Their attentiveness to detail and ability to think quickly on their feet makes them sources of strength for many.

Specific: The Specialist, together with the the Counselor, pairs their use of Extraverted Sensation with Introverted Feeling. These patterns, while highly realistic and pragmatic, are also driven to pursue their individual callings. They seek inner harmony and authenticity, embracing their own individuality and that of others. They have a sense of when something is right or wrong, good or bad and they need to feel "right" about something in order to move forward. Their attitude about what is right and wrong may be very different from that of the rest of society. Rather than accepting societal constructs, traditions or viewpoints that have been passed down for generations, they have to wrestle with darkness and light to find out what they truly believe. They do not need to have their goals or values affirmed by society – they may not even verbally share their inner system of values because they believe that each individual is entitled to their own path in life. Often they believe in standing up for other individuals – underdogs, outliers and misunderstood people. They take good care of people one-on-one and are less concerned with group values.

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10. Can it be the Investigator - INFJ?

The Investigator is the Greyhound

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: The Investigator has Introverted Intuition which is all about discovering underlying meanings, systems and patterns. They want to envision what will happen someday and how things will play out in the future. They are drawn to the abstract world – things that are intangible, theoretical and symbolic. They do not focus on what exists or what is, they look behind the scenes trying to decode the background processes at work. "What else is going on here?" "What am I not seeing?" "What’s the ultimate meaning of this?" "How does this impact the future?" These are questions that dance through the minds of the Persuader, Enhancer, Investigator and Developer. Sudden insights and predictions tend to appear to them as they piece together patterns and connections. When they make decisions, they consider the long-term implications and whether or not the decision will open up new possibilities or levels of understanding. Repeating things, simplifying and focusing on nitty-gritty details are all things that bore these patterns.

Specific: The Investigator, together with the Persuader, pair their use of Introverted Intuition with Extroverted Feeling. To outside observers, they tend to exude warmth and understanding. They care about making people comfortable, meeting their needs and reading their emotions. They often get a sense of the emotional impact things will have on others and how to transform the emotional "atmosphere" of the room they are in. They exude sympathy when someone is suffering and can easily express enthusiasm when someone is excited. They are very aware of which mannerisms, words and expressions will put other people in the desired emotional state. They often use self-deprecating humour to connect with people and open up authentic communication. In decisions, they are always going to prioritise the needs of "the group". They will be evaluating how people will be impacted, the emotional dynamics at play for others and whether everyone’s values are being honored.

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11. Can it be the Agent - INFP?

The Agent is the Tibetan Terrier

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: This pattern uses Extroverted Intuition and that is all about inferring relationships and finding connections. These patterns notice threads of meaning that branch out across relationships, events and objects. They extrapolate all the possibilities of what could be in the future. When they enter an empty room, they do not see an empty room; they see their favouite pictures hanging on the wall, their favorite books laid out on desks, friends gathered for conversation. They do not see what "is" they see what "may be". Their mind is on a constant quest for inferences, meanings, hypotheses and abstract possibilities or epiphanies.

Specific: The Agent, together with the Promoter, pair Extroverted Intuition Introverted Feeling. To outside observers these patterns might seem open-minded, energetic and overflowing with ideas. But on the inside, they have deeply-held inner values. They want their ideas to support themselves and others. They check that proposed plans will honour their own and other people’s individual, non-negotiable, ethics and desires. They ask themselves, "Does this respect my needs?" or "Is this decision in line with what is important to me in life?" or "Am I being true to myself?”

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12. Can it be the Achiever - ISTP?

The Achiever is the Bassett Hound

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: This pattern values a mental process called Extroverted Sensation. These patterns are focussed on experiencing and being aware of everything that is happening in the present moment. These patterns are highly observant of their surroundings and can react quickly to surprise events or changes. Highly realistic, they pride themselves on facing the facts and responding to crises with level-headedness and readiness. They can "read" the atmosphere and the people around them and as such are excellent negotiators and storytellers, quickly adapting and responding to the cues of others. These patterns are the most focussed on what is relevant now and what is needed now. They care less about hypothesising and envisioning and more about being ready for whatever comes their way in the present moment. They tend to come across as grounded, adaptable, easy-going and quick-witted. Their attentiveness to detail and ability to think quickly on their feet makes them sources of strength for many.

Specific: The Achiever, together with the Results pair their use of Extroverted Sensation with Introverted Thinking. They are deeply analytical and focussed on being accurate in their views. They are concerned with clarifying their ideas, clearing out bad data, and having a deep, thorough knowledge of how everything is connected. They focus on clarity and precision and often seem to be searching for the most specific, appropriate word to use to complete a sentence. Since they are so grounded in the outer world and so driven by experiences, many of their interests are technical, mechanical or recreational. They may spend hours researching computer parts, learning how to play an instrument or perfecting a new business idea. In many cases, they apply their logic to the real world. They put their thoughts to the test in sportsmanship, building, entrepreneurship, emergency relief, or even fighting. In decisions, they believe that they should stay impersonal, unbiased and objective. They want to make decisions that align with their inner framework of principles and truths. They are constantly refining this framework with more information and more knowledge. Because they tend to process many of their thoughts internally, they can surprise others when they finally do voice their conclusions. To the outside observer it can seem like they have spontaneously and suddenly blurted out a decision without analysing it. This is rarely the case. Unlike the Director, OT, Developer and Enhancer, they do a lot of their mental work silently and without a lot of expression. They rarely "talk out" their ideas and instead only voice their conclusions after they have worked out all the components of the decision inwardly.

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13. Can it be the Practitioner - ISFJ?

The Practitioner is the Alaskan Malamute

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: The Appraiser has proficiency with a mental process called Introverted Sensing. This information-gathering process focusses on comparing and contrasting the present moment with past experiences. It is focussed on memories, patterns and learning through real-world experience. They experience a high level of internal body awareness and are often the first to notice when a food has gone past the expiration date or they are beginning to develop physical symptoms of an illness. Because of their physical awareness they often strive to create comfortable surroundings in their homes and value health and consistency a great deal. Each moment is overlaid by "filters" of similar past experiences. This allows a quick notice when a pattern is changing, when a situation is unusual or when something has changed. They are often the first to notice when someone has re-organised a room and they quickly notice unusual changes in body language. This attention to detail can make it easy for them to de-code underlying motives and feelings in other people. They enjoy repeating favorite traditions and experiences, combining their vivid memories of the past with the present and future – thereby making a beautiful moment live on and maintain personal significance.

Specific: The Practitioner, together with the Appraiser, pair their use of Introverted Sensing with Extraverted Feeling. This second one is focussed on creating and maintaining harmony in the environment. They believe in taking care of the people around them and are actively concerned with the needs, desires and values of others. They are constantly evaluating the "mood of the room" and can quickly find ways to make others feel comfortable. Sometimes they can work so hard to create external harmony that they cause internal conflict within themselves. It can be difficult for them to meet their own needs when they are so busy attending to the needs and desires of their families or friends. Nurturing others, providing stability and being able to empathize is something that comes naturally to the Practitioner.

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14. Can it be the Objective Thinker - ISTJ?

The Objective Thinker is the Bernese Mountain Dog

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: The OT has proficiency with a mental process called Introverted Sensing. This information-gathering process focusses on comparing and contrasting the present moment with past experiences. It is focussed on memories, patterns and learning through real-world experience. They experience a high level of internal body awareness and are often the first to notice when a food has gone past the expiration date or they are beginning to develop physical symptoms of an illness. Because of their physical awareness they often strive to create comfortable surroundings in their homes and value health and consistency a great deal. Each moment is overlaid by "filters" of similar past experiences. This allows a quick notice when a pattern is changing, when a situation is unusual or when something has changed. They are often the first to notice when someone has re-organised a room and they quickly notice unusual changes in body language. This attention to detail can make it easy for them to de-code underlying motives and feelings in other people. They enjoy repeating favorite traditions and experiences, combining their vivid memories of the past with the present and future – thereby making a beautiful moment live on and maintain personal significance.

Specific: The OT, together with the Director, combine their use of Introverted Sensing with Extroverted Thinking. This is focused on developing structure and organisation in the outer world. It applies objective logic to every situation and looks for guiding principles and rules that can make things more effective. They are very goal-oriented and methodical in what they do – they are typically skilled at breaking down large tasks into easy, sequential steps. Creating order, spotting (and correcting) errors and instituting rules and contingency plans are things that they do well. When they make decisions they try to step outside of their personal feelings to view things objectively and without bias. They are firm believers in fairness and justice and hate it when people allow their emotional whims to get in the way of logic and truth. That said, they are also guided by a sense of loyalty to their values, families, and communities.

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15. Can it be the Perfectionist - INTP?

The Perfectionist is the Papillon

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: This pattern uses Extroverted Intuition and that is all about inferring relationships and finding connections. These patterns notice threads of meaning that branch out across relationships, events and objects. They extrapolate all the possibilities of what could be in the future. When they enter an empty room, they do not see an empty room; they see their favourite pictures hanging on the wall, their favorite books laid out on desks, friends gathered for conversation. They do not see what "is" they see what "may be". Their mind is on a constant quest for inferences, meanings, hypotheses and abstract possibilities or epiphanies.

Specific: The Perfectionist, together with the Inspirational, pair Extroverted Intuition with Introverted Thinking. To outside observers thay seem analytical, open-minded and imaginative. Their ideas take on unusual and original forms and they are often sought for their innovative way of solving problems. Making decisions is less about staying true to one’s self and one’s values and more about understanding how things work, having the most accurate data and using precise logic. The independent logic of these types often leads them to form unpopular conclusions. They care less about socially-acceptable ways of thinking or "rules" and care more about incorporating all the logically connected data into one truth or conclusion. They are mentally sifting through information on a constant basis, discarding what does not make sense and purging worthless or inaccurate data from their mind. In this process, they may discard many standard guidelines and societal beliefs because the logic behind them is not "clean".

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16. Can it be the Enhancer - INTJ?

The Enhancer is the Afghan Hound

How this behaviour pattern reasons, strategises and processes information.

General: The Developer has Introverted Intuition which is all about discovering underlying meanings, systems and patterns. They want to envision what will happen someday and how things will play out in the future. They are drawn to the abstract world – things that are intangible, theoretical and symbolic. They do not focus on what exists or what is, they look behind the scenes trying to decode the background processes at work. "What else is going on here?" "What am I not seeing?" "What’s the ultimate meaning of this?" "How does this impact the future?" These are questions that dance through the minds of the Persuader, Enhancer, Investigator and Developer. Sudden insights and predictions tend to appear to them as they piece together patterns and connections. When they make decisions, they consider the long-term implications and whether or not the decision will open up new possibilities or levels of understanding. Repeating things, simplifying and focusing on nitty-gritty details are all things that bore these patterns.

Specific: The Enhancer, together with the Developer, pairs their use of Introverted Intuition with Extroverted Thinking. To outside observers, they exude a sense of order, reasonableness and vision. Being logically consistent and fair is of vital importance to them. They realise that in order to achieve their ideas for the future they need to create processes that are effective and methodical. They rapidly notice flaws and can quickly make corrections to systems that are running inefficiently. Direct and frank in their speech, these types can intimidate people by the value they place on truth over tact. Making people feel good is far less important to them then reaching an objective and making a system run more effectively for the group. They are decisive and goal-oriented, keeping their eye on the vision they have before them. When they make decisions they use logical rationale and attempt to be unbiased and unaffected by emotions that might cloud their judgment. When they are working through a decision, they look at their priorities, the possible consequences of the decision, the laws, rules and steps involved in making it happen.

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