INTJ stands for Introvert - Intuitive - Thinking - Judging
Being an Architect, you are a part of the Analyst tribe of personalities.
You are rational-driven.
As a part of the Analyst tribe, you tend to believe in what makes rational sense to you.
Your motto is "By failing to plan, you plan to fail."
You are naturally gifted in creating a logical plan to get the job done. And because you’re often imaginative and strong-willed, you not only create innovative solutions to problems - you find a way for them to be implemented too.
You must start with strategy.
You’re willing to work on something if, and only if, the strategy to completing the work is comprehensive and strategic. Without a clear strategy, you quickly lose interest and feel like you’re wasting time.
You love the deduction process.
You often feel best when you’re deducing the “big picture” or vision into smaller, actionable steps and milestones.
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Specifically as an INTJ...
You find Flow in your work
during time spent analyzing data, metrics, and cues, finding their patterns, and ultimately constructing a plan of action from the logical insight you’ve unearthed. Being one of the most logical personalities to exist, paired with your insatiable thirst for innovation, you are exceptional at understanding how things typically work and changing those patterns to create an even better reality
Your Power is realized when
you implement an innovative strategy you’ve developed and it begins breeding results others didn’t know was possible. It’s within the surprising effectiveness of your unconventional ways where your true power is felt by others. They simply don’t see things quite the way you do and they may doubt you initially, but once they see you’ve made things even better than before, they’re hooked.
And fun fact!
You tend to be quite rebellious. You don't rebel for rebellion's sake, though. You simply question everything around you, wondering why and how things are the done the way they're done. And through your questioning, you can't help but strategize a better way to do things. And through this better way, you rebel against "the way things are always done."