When I see risk taking, competitiveness, trust or someone so stuck or anything in between,
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E. Hunter Majik Risk-taking Propensity Matrix™

This is a more advanced technique and for very specific situations.

If you see someone taking pure risks or waiting for all the traffic lights to turn green before they start the car, it can be a massive clue in picking their pattern. The Inspirational is the highest risk taker and the next two are close behind. The Practitioner is the lowest which seems to correlate with their lack of ability in management.

If you see someone being competitive or otherwise, it can be a massive clue in picking their pattern. The Director is the most competitive (and a very sore loser) with the next five are close behind. The Practitioner is again the lowest which seems to correlate with their reputation as a follower.

If you see someone being trustworthy or otherwise, it may be wise to check the matrix. This is necessarily subjective bit the cohort love it. The Objective Thinker is rated the most trustworthy as they are the most reliable while the Inspirational is the lowest as they can be sneaky.

You will most likely need assistance if you are here by accident :-) This might tell you what but it will not tell you how.

Here are all the sixteen patterns in our unique Majik Risk-taking, Competitiveness and Trust Matricies™.

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Conducted and composed by Elizabeth Hunter™ - Last Update February 16, 2021


E. Hunter Majik Risk-taking Propensity Matrix™:

Match the attitude to risk of each pattern

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1 - Director - ESTJ
12
8.7% - 5
Take risks only to avoid losses.
Orderly life.
Wants to help but extremely bossy and demanding.
2 - Developer - ENTJ
6
1.8% - 15
Only takes long term risks.
Confident.
Can back underdogs but are bullies.
3 - Results - ESTP
3
4.3% - 10
Thrill seeker.
Impulsive.
Can see things through if committed.
4 - Inspirational - ENTP
1
3.2% - 12
No comfort zone.
No contingency plan.
If self motivated - crossed t's and dots i's.
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5 - Persuader - ENFJ
13
2.5% - 13
Not especially competitive. Promotes a spirit of co-operation, calmness and composure, especially in a difficult situation, among others so competition can often be seen as something that undermines that.
May appreciate the spectacle of sports events and how it brings people together to show enthusiastic support for their team.
Cares way more about being valued and liked by others for the good they do than racking up victories over others. However may be highly competitive when it comes to popularity contests.
6 - Appraiser - ESFJ
13
12.3% - 2
Only when the outcome is fairly secure.
Order and convention - safe harbour
Only as petty as the people around them.
7 - Promoter - ENFP
11
8.1% - 7
Generally not very competitive per se as they are mostly focussed on themselves and their journey.
Less concerned and less serious about demonstrating dominance or superiority over others through competition and more interested in competing with themselves and living a better life. More likely to use competition in a friendly activity.
In some cases, they can use competition as a motivator for upping their game and being better although whether they have the time to do this is problematic.
8 - Counselor - ESFP
5
8.5% - 6
Very competitive and they relish the spotlight as a performer.
Are game to step up and rise to the occasion and do whatever it takes in order to claim what they are after.
Have a strong sense of themselves and what they think they are worth and so they are not inclined to sit passively while someone comes along trying to steal their thunder or get in the way of their dreams or their teams.
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9 - Specialist - ISFP
7
8.8% - 4
Can be pretty competitive but tend to be more covert about it. Although they tend to be very easygoing, they are not as dispassionate and harmless as they may appear. They may be competing with you without you even knowing it.
They can get jealous or insecure about little things (minutiae) and try to one-up you in indirect or unexpected ways.
Mostly only competing with themselves and tend to avoid comparing themselves to others. Keep an eye out for the covert competition.
10 - Investigator - INFJ
14
1.5% - 16
Only if reward exceeds the risk.
Will not risk it if others are going to be hurt.
Are cold if you do not know them well.
11 - Agent - INFP
11
4.4% - 9
Spontaneous of thought and slow of deed.
Has fear of making the wrong decision.
Will go to any lengths necessary in pursuit of what they believe is right.
12 - Achiever - ISTP
7
4.4% - 8
Pursues something new and interesting; adrenaline junkies.
Gets bored easily.
Some pursue extreme sports; others stay safe.
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13 - Practitioner - ISFJ
16
13.8% - 1
Not competitive, even in sport. Sport is for quality time.
May be jealous (competitive) when they perceive someone as standing between them and something or someone they desire.
Weak. More interested in keeping the peace than competing.
14 - Objective Thinker - ISTJ
15
11.6% - 3
Typically uncompetitive unless their standing or reputation is at stake.
Less driven by competition and more driven by a sense of duty and pride in the work they do and the activities in which they participate.
Busy running their own race but can appreciate competition as a means of sharpening their skills and improving their performance.
15 - Perfectionist - INTP
10
3.3% - 11
Takes risks in order to break new ground.
Even tempered and rational.
Enjoys social interaction, yet not capable of it.
16 - Enhancer - INTJ
9
2.1% - 14
Can be ultra-competitive strategists for whom losing can feel like a heavy blow to their ego.
Can be covertly competitive and not at all opposed to digging up dirt and doing extensive research to gain whatever advantage they can against their opponents. They are good at learning and mastering effective tactics but may be more challenged in physical competitions.
They may be especially good at waging psychological warfare when the situation warrants. With their strong poker-faces, unashamedly holding others to account and subtle mind games they can weaken their opponents confidence and focus.
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Inspirational
Practitioner
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Practitioner
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E. Hunter's Majik Competitive Propensity Matrix™:

Match the attitude to competition of each pattern

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1 Director ESTJ
1
8.7% - 5
Competitive in a very cutthroat manner in
career, matters of consequence, sport, outfits where they are a member and their country.
Crush the competition. They win, others lose outcome.
Observable as being a very arrogant winner or a sore loser.
2 Developer ENTJ
2
1.8% - 15
Highly competitive - push their limits to do their best and be the best.
Often use competition as a motivational tool to bring out the very best in both themselves and their team.
A very aggressive bully who gains great gratification from triumphs and achievements and is an ultra sore loser to match.
3 Results ESTP
3
4.3% - 10
Enjoys competition and the opportunity to prove how good they are.
Does not take being beaten lightly; will always retaliate.
Although they can appear to show good sportsmanship and respect for their competition, they are inclined to come back with a vengeance to get that win as losing can eat away at their self esteem and ego.
4 Inspirational ENTP
4
3.2% - 12
Very competitive in a cunning, scheming and unscrupulous way.
Most likely to be competitive in a contest of wits, trying to go for the bigger laugh or snappier retort.
On the surface, they can appear as though they do not take anything seriously enough to be genuinely competitive. But they will actually have something going on that may be difficult to uncover. They are sneaky.
5 Persuader ENFJ
13
2.5% - 13
Not especially competitive. Promotes a spirit of co-operation, calmness and composure, especially in a difficult situation, among others so competition can often be seen as something that undermines that.
May appreciate the spectacle of sports events and how it brings people together to show enthusiastic support for their team.
Cares way more about being valued and liked by others for the good they do than racking up victories over others. However may be highly competitive when it comes to popularity contests.
6 Appraiser ESFJ
12
12.3% - 2
Are not really keen on competition as they do not like the feeling of inferiority that can come with being a loser. Competition is only for fun and enjoyment and not something to be taken too seriously.
More inclined to promote the idea that everyone is a 'winner'. Prefers to 'work together as a team' rather than rely on themselves.
What is important is that everyone has a good time. This is why than can be a very good sports coach in a professional or a non-professional setting.
7 Promoter ENFP
11
8.1% - 7
Generally not very competitive per se as they are mostly focussed on themselves and their journey.
Less concerned and less serious about demonstrating dominance or superiority over others through competition and more interested in competing with themselves and living a better life. More likely to use competition in a friendly activity.
In some cases, they can use competition as a motivator for upping their game and being better although whether they have the time to do this is problematic.
8 Counselor ESFP
5
8.5% - 6
Very competitive and they relish the spotlight as a performer.
Are game to step up and rise to the occasion and do whatever it takes in order to claim what they are after.
Have a strong sense of themselves and what they think they are worth and so they are not inclined to sit passively while someone comes along trying to steal their thunder or get in the way of their dreams or their teams.
9 Specialist ISFP
7
8.8% - 4
Can be pretty competitive but tend to be more covert about it. Although they tend to be very easygoing, they are not as dispassionate and harmless as they may appear. They may be competing with you without you even knowing it.
They can get jealous or insecure about little things (minutiae) and try to one-up you in indirect or unexpected ways.
Mostly only competing with themselves and tend to avoid comparing themselves to others. Keep an eye out for the covert competition.
10 Investigator INFJ
14
1.5% - 16
Generally not very competitive because they prefer to work things out like civilized adults. Collaborating and working together to achieve a 'win-win' outcome is more preferable to their sensibilities.
Tend to be focussed on their own path and are less compelled to prove anything to others through competitive means.
As an idealist is less likely to feel the scarcity mindset that can so often drive cutthroat competitive people.
11 Agent INFP
10
4.4% - 9
Not super competitive generally but can be when jealousy and / or insecurity is involved. Threats to their happiness can stir up their competitive spirit making them more assertive and pushy. May sometimes compete to impress the people they love.
May be competitive where their feelings and sense of happiness is at stake such as with romantic rivals or a sibling receiving more attention and affection than they are.
Frolic in the dreamscape of their imagination (La La Land) where the material world has less significance.
12 Achiever ISTP
6
4.4% - 8
Bound to be very competitive, even if secretly so. Strong competition or getting usurped by others can drive them to be a bit of a fusspot in order to be the best or distinguish themselves in their own right.
Can work excessively hard to develop their talents and crafts with or without competition. Generally they do not like to brag about their ability but instead let their actions do the talking.
Can be sore losers as much of their self-image and self-worth is built on pride in their skills.
13 Practitioner ISFJ
16
13.8% - 1
Not competitive, even in sport. Sport is for quality time.
May be jealous (competitive) when they perceive someone as standing between them and something or someone they desire.
Weak. More interested in keeping the peace than competing.
14 Objective Thinker ISTJ
15
11.6% - 3
Typically uncompetitive unless their standing or reputation is at stake.
Less driven by competition and more driven by a sense of duty and pride in the work they do and the activities in which they participate.
Busy running their own race but can appreciate competition as a means of sharpening their skills and improving their performance.
15 Perfectionist INTP
8
3.3% - 11
Alternate between being philosophically indifferent and obnoxiously competitive.
Tend to think that, if they really wanted to, they could master almost anything and do so through independent means.
When they lose, they will either not care or will become hell-bent on playing rematch after rematch until they figure out how to win. They can become obsessed with learning everything there is to know so they have sufficient depth of understanding. For them, losing can be treated much like any other problem. They become motivated to devise an ingenious solution or theory to overcome the competition.
16 Enhancer INTJ
9
2.1% - 14
Can be ultra-competitive strategists for whom losing can feel like a heavy blow to their ego.
Can be covertly competitive and not at all opposed to digging up dirt and doing extensive research to gain whatever advantage they can against their opponents. They are good at learning and mastering effective tactics but may be more challenged in physical competitions.
They may be especially good at waging psychological warfare when the situation warrants. With their strong poker-faces, unashamedly holding others to account and subtle mind games they can weaken their opponents confidence and focus.
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Director
Practitioner
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Practitioner
Investigator
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E. Hunter's Majik Trust Propensity Matrix™:

Match the attitude to trust of each pattern

"I don't trust people who don't love themselves and tell me, 'I love you.' ...
There is an African saying which is: Be careful when a naked person offers you a shirt."

Maya Angelou, 1928 - 2014 US poet, memoirist and civil rights activist. (Disc not known)

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TRUST RANKING(/16)
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1 Director ESTJ
6
Always invests 100% and does not want advantage to be taken of that investment.
Does not commit to anything halfway. Feels a strong sense of diligence and obligation to the people, communities and positions invested. Wants that same sense of investment in return. Once a serious commitment is made to something or someone, it is prioritized above everything else. The last thing wanted is for someone to take advantage of that tendency.
Friendly and trustworthy but, at first glance, can seem a bit cold to others. Their focus on efficiency can be intimidating and so new people do not always find themselves wanting to confide in them. While they will do anything for their loved ones, they do not focus much on feelings or sharing their emotions. This can make it so people do not want to open up and share their feelings / trust to the Director.
Ranking is a bit harsh due to a propensity for them to push boundaries regarding entitlements, customer service etc. together with their initial coldness.
As a customer you would not trust that trivial complaints will waste your time.
2 Developer ENTJ
12
Secretly thinks everyone else is incompetent.
Maybe not everyone and maybe not entirely incompetent, but they secretly believe that most people are at least a little less competent than they are. They have trouble placing their trust in others because they cannot see how anyone else could come up with a plan for the future that is better than the one they figured out. They would prefer to just go it alone and trust others only with what is only absolutely needed.
Can sometimes (often) appear intimidating at first and so some people might not feel like they can open up to them. They are not necessarily the pattern that makes others feel like they can confide in them with their feelings and secrets. This is not because they are not trustworthy, it is mostly because they can appear intimidating to people who do not know them. For those who know them and care for them, they are extremely trustworthy and reliable companions. They will do just about anything to defend the ones they care for and this just is not something people always know right away.
Ranking is down due to their aggressive bullying style and they do not appear to be trustworthy in business as much as they are for those for whom they care.
3 Results ESTP
11
Knows firsthand how selfish people can be.
Does not wear rose-coloured glasses. They have been around the block a few times and have seen it all – people lying, cheating, betraying each other and throwing one another under the bus to benefit themselves. They are distrustful of others because they are realistic about others in a way that many other people are not. They know that it is human nature to be selfish, so they are careful to protect their own heart.
May not always be someone that others trust immediately since they are often mysterious people. They can often bounce around and this adventurous nature can sometimes make strangers feel uneasy confiding in them. While they enjoy being someone others can come to, they do sometimes seem like they will not be great at keeping secrets since they live so much in the present moment.
Have a well earned reputation of throwing others under the bus, especially in a business sense.
Wise folk should be justifiably wary.
4 Inspirational ENTP
16
Has an objective understanding of the dark side of the human psyche.
Most people slap on rose-colored glasses when they are falling in love or investing in a new opportunity – but this pattern has never owned a pair of those. They have no problem staring down the human psyche for what it is – a self-preserving entity, that functions to protect the individual in question at all costs. It is not so much that they think people are inherently malicious – it is just that they know they are inherently out to protect themselves. So they do the exactly same by never trusting anyone else above themselves.
Come across as outgoing and friendly people and have a way of making others feel comfortable around them. If they want someone to trust them and open up, they are usually good at gaining their trust. It depends on the mood they are in and the way they are expressing themselves in that moment. They can certainly make themselves more approachable and so this causes people to confide in them much more openly.
Do not be taken in by their openness. They can get awfully mixed up with information, mis-information and lies. They only trust themselves.
Their reputation as being on the sneaky side is a key factor in the ranking.
5 Persuader ENFJ
9
Does not want to plan an entire future with someone who is just going to leave.
Does not do ‘casual’ anything. If they are dating someone, it is because they see a future with them. If you are working somewhere, it is because you want to advance in the corporation. When they go ‘in’ on a commitment, they go all in – and pour their heart into it. They are cautious about placing their trust in others because they want to make sure that they are in it for the long haul as well. Otherwise, they are making plans around something that might disappear at any moment – leaving both their heart and their plans for the future in the lurch.
Often finds that new people confide in them and trust them without even knowing them that well. They enjoy being someone that others can come to and they are often good listeners. Their sense of compassion and empathy is something which naturally brings people to them. Most of the time, at first glance, the Persuader is someone who others find extremely trustworthy and so they want to open up and share their secrets. They also have a way of making people feel understood and completely appreciated, which helps increase trust in them.
Ranking takes into account that this pattern can sometimes be fake and lie about emotions which gives them the nickname of 'The Devil'.
They also have a well honed propensity to interfere which penalises their score.
6 Appraiser ESFJ
4
Is used to giving more than they get back.
Are a giver by nature and supporting those around them comes as naturally as breathing. Unfortunately, others are not always quite as openhearted as they are. They have learned through trial and error that they have to be careful and with whom and what they invest their heart in. They do not want to have to limit their love so they need to find someone who is ready to give it back in equal measure before they let themselves get too invested – and end up heartbroken at the end of it.
Are definitely seen compassionate people and even strangers will confide in them. They have a way of making others feel understood and often show themselves to be trustworthy. They often have plenty of strangers constantly confiding in and opening up to them. This is because they make people feel comfortable and do not present themselves as someone who will judge. Most people feel safe sharing with them because they are compassionate and warm people.
A ranking of four is pretty right with this pattern.
7 Promoter ENFP
14
In the past have been burned by their own wild imagination.
Has a tendency to rush into things headfirst, without much thought, with their imagination running wild alongside them. More than a couple of times they have found themselves disappointed when the reality of a person or a situation does not quite measure up to the way it was envisioned in their mind. They are more cautious about handing over their trust today as they have learned that it is best to let their head catch up before their heart leaps entirely over the fence.
Might not be seen as trustworthy initially since they are outgoing and sometimes enjoy bouncing from one place to another. The fact that they might seem scattered at first can make some people feel a bit uneasy. They are often trustworthy people who will do anything for the ones they love and people who are close to them definitely know this about them. This part of their personality is not always recognized at first glance though, and so some people might not feel as ready to open up to them.
If you are not close, which is obviously the majority of the cohort, it seems fair to have them ranked at fourteen.
They do not trust you and you do not trust them as they let you down on virtually every occasion.
Unreliability, lateness, not returning favours, not finishing things, evaporate - the page is not big enough.
8 Counselor ESFP
13
Are easily affected by relationships and are scared of getting hurt again.
It may sound a little dramatic, but it is true. They feel both the highs and the lows of a relationship very intensely. This means when it is good it is great but when it is bad it is really bad. They are cautious about who they place their trust in because they invest a lot of their heart into any relationship they enter into. They are afraid of someone walking away with it, leaving them empty and alone.
They are warm and loving people but they sometimes (mostly) seem a bit scattered. The fact that they enjoy living in the present might make people nervous about confiding in them. They are not always seen as trustworthy people at first glance simply because of their distracted and sometimes wild personalities. While they would do anything for their loved ones, they do sometimes share information without meaning to.
They rank so low as they have a reputation of not keeping their mouths shut.
They are spontaneous and they will often choose to execute on ideas before considering all the consequences.
So why place any trust in them?
9 Specialist ISFP
5
Are easily affected by relationships and are scared of getting hurt again.
It may sound a little dramatic, but it is true. They feel both the highs and the lows of a relationship very intensely. This means when it is good it is great but when it is bad it is really bad. They are cautious about who they place their trust in because they invest a lot of their heart into any relationship they enter into. They are afraid of someone walking away with it, leaving them empty and alone.
Are often warm and understanding people but strangers might not notice this. They are people who enjoy being supportive of their loved ones but they sometimes seem a bit scattered at first glance. Strangers might not know if they can confide in them since they have a way of bouncing around and can seem a bit distracted at times.
Have a tendency not to be too good at keeping a lid on things which bother them.
This is good in that they have a distinct lack of the ability to be fake.
People sort of know how they feel about them and how they feel about stuff in general. This factor ups their ranking.
10 Investigator INFJ
10
Does not want to plan an entire future with someone who is just going to leave.
Does not do ‘casual’ anything. If they are dating someone, it is because they see a future with them. If you are working somewhere, it is because you want to advance in the corporation. When they go ‘in’ on a commitment, they go all in – and pour their heart into it. They are cautious about placing their trust in others because they want to make sure that they are in it for the long haul as well. Otherwise, they are making plans around something that might disappear at any moment – leaving both their heart and their plans for the future in the lurch.
Are often the people that others can confide in and they feel comfortable sharing themselves openly with the Investigator. This is because they have a strong sense of empathy and do not like appearing judgmental towards others. People can often sense this high level of understanding and compassion which emanates openly. They enjoy being someone that others trust and this is something which does not take much for them to gain from those around them.
Ranking is lower as you do not really know where you are standing with them sometimes.
They often have their own private narratives in their head in which you are the unwitting participant.
You are judged on that when you do not even know it is happening. Sometime this is revealed with loose lips, so beware.
Have the reputation of the door-slammer as well.
11 Agent INFP
7
In the past have been burned by their own wild imagination.
Has a tendency to rush into things headfirst, without much thought, with their imagination running wild alongside them. More than a couple of times they have found themselves disappointed when the reality of a person or a situation does not quite measure up to the way it was envisioned in their mind. They are more cautious about handing over their trust today as they have learned that it is best to let their head catch up before their heart leaps entirely over the fence.
Are often seen as trustworthy and honest people and others enjoy sharing with them. With the Agent, people often feel that they can share who they are openly without this information being shared elsewhere. Even if they do not agree with this person’s choices, there is still a sense of trust within them and an openness which helps people feel more comfortable around them. People do often see them as trustworthy and someone they can turn to if they need comfort and understanding.
The ranking probably could be higher but it is once again that they frolic in the dreamscape of their imagination (La La Land) which penalises the ranking accordingly.
12 Achiever ISTP
8
Knows firsthand how selfish people can be.
Does not wear rose-coloured glasses. They have been around the block a few times and have seen it all – people lying, cheating, betraying each other and throwing one another under the bus to benefit themselves. They are distrustful of others because they are realistic about others in a way that many other people are not. They know that it is human nature to be selfish, so they are careful to protect their own heart.
Can have an often mysterious demeanor which might make it difficult for new people to trust them immediately. They have a way of distancing themselves and so they are not always the people that others want to confide in when they first meet. While people do often search for attention from the Achiever, they might not feel as if they can confide in them since they are not the most open people.
Ranking is higher than some might give. But they are okay, with appropriate caution.
13 Practitioner ISFJ
2
Is used to giving more than they get back.
Are a giver by nature and supporting those around them comes as naturally as breathing. Unfortunately, others are not always quite as openhearted as they are. They have learned through trial and error that they have to be careful and with whom and what they invest their heart in. They do not want to have to limit their love so they need to find someone who is ready to give it back in equal measure before they let themselves get too invested – and end up heartbroken at the end of it.
Are often seen as trustworthy people right away and so this is why they often get people opening up to them. Their sense of warmth and compassion makes it that even strangers feel comfortable sharing with them. This is because they have a way of making others feel comfortable and at ease around them. They care about being supportive of others and often do not mind being someone in whom strangers confide.
Trust is more focussed in personal circumstances than in business.
However they are renowned as reliable and loyal followers in a workplace.
14 Objective Thinker ISTJ
1
Always invests 100% and does not want advantage to be taken of that investment.
Does not commit to anything halfway. Feels a strong sense of diligence and obligation to the people, communities and positions invested. Wants that same sense of investment in return. Once a serious commitment is made to something or someone, it is prioritized above everything else. The last thing wanted is for someone to take advantage of that tendency.
Often seen as a bit standoffish at first, but that does not mean they are not trustworthy. They stand by their word and do not like being someone who changes their mind last minute. This makes them extremely trustworthy and reliable, but they are not always the person that others confide in when they initially meet. They might not seem like the most open or social people and, while they are easy for others to trust, most people will not open up to them straight away.
Are the most reliable pattern on the chart. If you tell them to do something, you can trust that they will do it. They honour their word and their commitments above all else. If this pattern is committed to being your friend or to do the job at hand, they are going to prioritize your trust.
Ranked number one for a reason.
You just need to get to know them first.
Trust extends to the business world where they can be Level 5 leaders.
15 Perfectionist INTP
15
Has an objective understanding of the dark side of the human psyche.
Most people slap on rose-colored glasses when they are falling in love or investing in a new opportunity – but this pattern has never owned a pair of those. They have no problem staring down the human psyche for what it is – a self-preserving entity, that functions to protect the individual in question at all costs. It is not so much that they think people are inherently malicious – it is just that they know they are inherently out to protect themselves. So they do the exactly same by never trusting anyone else above themselves.
While they are often very trustworthy people, this is not necessarily how people see them at first glance. They are not necessarily the people that make others confide in them the moment they meet. This is because they might appear a little bit cold or standoffish, simply because they keep a lot of their thoughts and emotions to themselves. They do not really express things openly, and so this might make it so people feel uneasy confiding in them especially initially.
The ranking is weighted lowly as the Perfectionist may become hell-bent on digging up the dirt if their trust has been broken.
They are the master researchers who only trust themselves.
This may unearth the sexual event that you had at age fifteen with your teacher.
This exposure may not be exactly what you want on the Twittersphere if you are now a justice of some court.
16 Enhancer INTJ
3
Secretly thinks everyone else is incompetent.
Maybe not everyone and maybe not entirely incompetent, but they secretly believe that most people are at least a little less competent than they are. They have trouble placing their trust in others because they cannot see how anyone else could come up with a plan for the future that is better than the one they figured out. They would prefer to just go it alone and trust others only with what is only absolutely needed.
Can appear a bit stern and standoffish to newcomers and so they might not appear like being someone newcomers can open up to. This does not mean people do not trust them to be reliable; they simply might not feel like they can share their feelings and fears with the Enhancer. There can sometimes be a fear that they might be cold or that they just do not want to listen to what people have to say. For the people close to them they are seen as trustworthy and reliable friends and companions, but first impressions might make them a bit intimidating.
The most difficult pattern to know as they are so self-sufficient.
Errs on the side that everyone is incompetent until they prove otherwise. Less likely to trust others as they become wiser to the idiots who have betrayed their trust in the past or betrayed the trust of others (as crooks) e.g. Joh Bjelke-Petersen. But they are very well placed at number three, where only the best players bat.
Highest
Objective Thinker
Lowest
Inspirational
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Issues Because
Theory A
Theory B
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