Finding Efficient Ways to Achieve Objectives.

1. The Director - ESTJ

These people: John D. Rockefeller, Frank Sinatra, Douglas McArthur, Michelle Obama, Ivanka Trump, Megyn Kelly, Uma Thurman.

Why Best At™? Action-oriented and pragmatic, the Director has a knack for breaking down big projects into sequential plans of action. People look to the Director when they are confused about a task and do not know how to organize their lives to accomplish it. Their down-to-earth, friendly demeanor and clarity in explaining make them a trusted source of advice and wisdom.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out when you try to do it your way.

Go to their pattern

Translating Possibilities into Plans.

2. The Developer - ENTJ

These people: Nancy Pelosi, Margaret Thatcher, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Bill Gates, David Petraeus, Warren Buffett.

A strategic visionary, the Developer has a gift for imagining the future and creating a roadmap to achieve that future. Their skill at conceptualizing and theorizing is only matched by their ability to organize people and situations. They know how to create a logical plan so that objectives can be achieved in the most efficient, timely way. Their ability to plan for the future and trailblaze new paths can help them to succeed in many fields – especially entrepreneurship.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for bully boy behaviour.

Go to their pattern

Thinking Quickly in a Crisis.

3. The Results - ESTP

These people: Madonna, Jack Nicholson, Harry Houdini, Donald Trump, George S. Patton, Mike Tyson, Dale Carnegie, Rupert Murdoch.

Clever, responsive, and a little (or a lot) rebellious – the Results is someone people turn to when they need an immediate solution to make-or-break problems. They respond creatively to challenges in their environment and are quick to find optimal resources and remedies. They are able to break through standards, procedures and rules to come up with ingenious solutions.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for a crisis. This is who you want to go full bore and mow down anyone and anything in the process.

Go to their pattern

Innovating New Solutions.

4. The Inspirational - ENTP

These people: Walt Disney, Thomas Edison, Leonardo da Vinci, Alexander the Great, Socrates, Tom Hanks.

The Inspirational looks around and sees numerous ideas, possibilities and creative starting points. Patterns and connections are visible to which others are blind. When a situation seems hopeless, there is usually some creative angle that they can use to find a solution. People count on them to troubleshoot creatively, to think outside-the-box and find novel solutions to complex problems.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for sneaky behaviour and debates from all angles.

Go to their pattern

Drawing Out the Best in Others.

5. The Persuader - ENFJ

These people: Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Jordan, Goethe, Abraham Maslow.

The Persuader has a skill for putting plans and actions into place that help others develop and grow. Their insight into the workings of other people’s minds helps them to motivate and inspire them towards a higher potential. Focussed on personal development and empathy, they are highly attuned to others and quickly understand their emotional needs, motivations and struggles. It is as if they know just the right words to say to catalyze them towards growth and a higher way of living.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the propensity to interfere.

Go to their pattern

Creating Atmospheres of Unity and Shared Purpose.

6. The Appraiser - ESFJ

These people: Bill Clinton, Jenifer Lopez, Eva Longoria, Sarah Palin, William McKinley, Larry King.

The Appraiser's core values include generosity, harmony and security. But they do not just want to enjoy these things for themselves, they also want to give them to others. They are skilled at putting plans in place to help others and bring them together in a shared sense of community and purpose. Whether they are helping out at a soup kitchen or planning a birthday party, they make sure everyone feels involved, respected and part of something bigger than themselves.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the well liked gossipy sport coach.

Go to their pattern

Creating Insightful Possibilities.

7. The Promoter - ENFP

These people: Robert Downey Jr., Will Smith, Drew Barrymore, Anais Nin, Tom Brady, Orson Welles, Che Guevara.

When the Promoter looks around there is so much beauty and potential in everything they see. They want to use their creative mind and eye for innovation to improve the world and help a cause that is close to their heart. Their skill in understanding how people work and what motivates them allows them to inspire others at a core level. They help people to find out what is important to them and to realize their values by bringing them out into the world. Their adaptable, creative energy allows them to find opportunities for greatness that many other people miss.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for projects that never get finished, terrible administrative skills and toxicity when held to account.

Go to their pattern

Finding the Opportunity and Fun in Every Moment.

8. The Counselor - ESFP

These people: Ronald Reagan, Elvis Presley, Pink, Paul McCartney, Marc Cuban, Sir Richard Branson, Hugh Hefner, Leonardo DiCaprio and Serena Williams.

Adventurous and creative, the Counselor knows how to infuse each moment with a sense of joy. Their observant, adaptable nature helps them to see resources and experiences that others tend to miss. Their enthusiasm and compassion encourage people to flock to them for personal advice, empathy and practical solutions.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the party boy tendency and the spotlight seeker.

Go to their pattern

Putting Action to Ideals and Values.

9. The Specialist - ISFP

These people: Lady Gaga, David Bowie, Marilyn Monroe, Rihanna, Jimi Hendrix, Yogi Berra, Ulysses S. Grant.

The Specialist lives life guided by their personal values and core beliefs. But they are not someone who wants to wander through their days distracted and lost in dreams. They want to put action to their ideals. Whether they are picking up litter at the beach or volunteering at an animal shelter, they believe in contributing to their cause and the well-being of the world around them. They blend a practical mindset with a compassionate, free-spirited outlook on life.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the arty tendency.

Go to their pattern

Envisioning Future Changes for People.

10. The Investigator - INFJ

These people: Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Carl Jung, Plato, J.K. Rowling, Mahatma Gandhi.

The Investigator's creativity, insight and long-range vision helps them to create plans that will improve the world for people. To them, life is about discovery, imagination, creation and deep meditation. In the stillness and solitude, they synthesize ideas and information in order to create a plan for a better future. They use empathy, intuition and creative approaches to organize and implement their vision.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for relentless determination and occasional tactlessness.

Go to their pattern

Using Imagination to Guide People to a Deeper Purpose.

11. The Agent - INFP

These people: William Shakespeare, Julia Roberts, George Orwell, Vincent Van Gogh, Andy Warhol, Bob Marley, Derek Jeter.

The Agent is guided by their core values to live a life of meaning, purpose and imagination. For them, life is not about getting and spending but transformation and integrity. They embrace introspection, creativity and innovation to align themselves and others with a deeper, more profound way of living.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the hapless space cadet.

Go to their pattern

Getting to the Core of a Problem and Solving It.

12. The Achiever - ISTP

These people: Hugh Jackman, Scarlett Johansson, Bruce Lee, Ernest Hemingway, Vladimir Putin, the Dalai Lama, Melania Trump, Miles Davis, Shaquille O’Neal.

The Achiever might seem detached, rebellious and mysterious to many – but their observant eyes hardly miss anything. They are attentive to the world around them, but prefer to be their own guide and follow their own set of rules. However, when a crisis erupts, they are one of the first people to move in and get to the bottom of the problem. They are able to think quickly in difficult situations to find realistic solutions. Their ability to adapt and trust their instincts makes them relied upon when unpredictable problems arise.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the fixer of anything that has a massive temper within.

Go to their pattern

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13. The Practitioner - ISFJ

These people: Halle Barry, Beyoncé, George Marshall, Mother Theresa, Tiger Woods, Agatha Christie, Selena Gomes.

While the rest of the world speeds through life in an ever-increasing state of distraction, the Practitioner is the one who pulls moments into their mental photo album and contemplates their meaning. Life seems so fast. Life is like bright leaves that fall in autumn and are soon trampled underfoot, life’s moments are often rushed through and forgotten. They are the shepherd of those moments. They wander through life, pulling little sights, sounds and details of meaning and beauty into their mental storehouse. They use these preserved details to create a rich, secure and beautiful life for yourself and others.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the consummate family man who is the worst manager and who avoids conflict at all costs.

Go to their pattern

Creating Stability in a Chaotic World.

14. The Objective Thinker - ISTJ

These people: George H.W. Bush, Condoleezza Rice, Jeff Bezos, Peter Thiel, Evander Holyfield, Robert De Niro, Denzel Washington, Stonewall Jackson, Sigmund Freud.

Responsible, practical and matter-of-fact, people often look to the Objective Thinker for strength when life feels overwhelming. Their steady, sensible disposition and honest, down-to-earth nature makes them a reliable friend and confidante. When life feels disorganized or messy, they are good at implementing plans and organizing people so that there is a sense of clarity and structure. They help to organize the world so that fairness, hard work and loyalty are preserved.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the well organized Project Manager.

Go to their pattern

Breaking Apart Systems to Find Better Ways of Doing Things.

15. The Perfectionist - INTP

These people: Albert Einstein, Charles Darwin, Immanuel Kant, Abraham Lincoln, Dustin Hoffman and Larry Page.

The Perfectionist is really a bit of a rebel. They do not believe in doing things the way they have always been done or following the rules to a tee. As an iconoclast, they ask difficult questions, look at problems from many different angles, and tear apart the prevailing wisdom to find better solutions. They have a knack for understanding frameworks, models and underlying systems. Because of this, they can quickly assess where the foundational errors lie in any plan or piece of technology. Their innovative and creative way of seeing the world allows them to troubleshoot problems that seem unsolvable.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the absent minded professor who is so impractical.

Go to their pattern

Conceptualizing and Achieving Long-Range Goals.

16. The Enhancer - ENTJ

These people: Nikola Tesla, John Nash, Thomas Jefferson, Donald Rumsfeld, Dwight Eisenhower, Jane Austen, Lance Armstrong.

The Enhancer has a gift for identifying problems and creating ingenious, long-range solutions. Their ability to see things from a global perspective allows them to devise strategies that have lasting power. They are not just a visionary – they are a doer also. They have a knack for getting people on-board with their ideas and strategically mapping out the steps needed to achieve something other patterns might have thought impossible.

E Hunter™ comment:

Watch out for the cunning strategist who wages a permanent war on mediocrity.

Go to their pattern