- List of Famous People With ISFJ Personality
- POLITICIANS & WORLD LEADERS
- RELIGIOUS FIGURES & SOCIAL ACTIVISTS
- ACTORS & PERFORMERS
- WRITERS & JOURNALISTS
- FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
- 19 Signs You’re an ISFJ, the ‘Most Considerate’ Personality Type
- 1. You’re often mistaken for an extrovert
- 2. Deep down, you’re emotional
- 3. Your five senses are your superpowers
- 4. You’re meticulous, sometimes to the point of perfectionism
- 5. You take your responsibilities personally
- 6. You usually stay in the background
- 7. Telling people “no” is your greatest struggle
- 8. No one has a better memory for the details of people’s lives
- 9. Not to brag, but you’re the ultimate gift-giver
- 10. For you, home really is where the heart is
- 11. You have a hidden side (and you keep it hidden for a reason)
- 12. The perfect ISFJ career is…
- 13. You don’t leave things unfinished
- 14. You crave structure and order
- 15. Few people are more committed and loyal than you are
- 16. Criticism is your poison
- 17. You give so much
- 18. Change is hard
- 19. Turns out, you’re irreplaceable
- Are You an ISFJ?
- More ISFJ Resources
- ISFJ Personality (Introversion, Sensation, Feeling, Judging)
- Background of ISFJ personality
- Introduction to ISFJ Personality
- What is the MBTI Personality Test
- History of MBTI
- Core of MBTI (Myers Briggs Personality Theory)
- 1. Extraversion vs Introversion
- 2. Sensing vs Intuition
- 3. Thinking vs Feeling
- 4. Judging vs Perceiving
- Famous People with ISFJ Personality Type:
- Career Choices for ISFJ Personality Type:
- Frequently Asked Questions for ISFJ Personality Type
- Recommended Readings
List of Famous People With ISFJ Personality
ISFJ (Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging) is one of the sixteen personality types defined by the MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) test. ISFJs are a fairly common type, making up about 13% of the population.
ISFJs are caring and helpful. They are devoted to protecting and helping out those in need. ISFJs have very strong family ties and are quick to leap to the defense of their family.
Sometimes, however, take on too much responsibility and lose sight of the big picture while trying to help everyone around them. They can also be too unassertive and pushovers for those who want to take advantage of their helpfulness.
But there is no friend to have an ISFJ when you find yourself in need of help.
Here are some famous people who fit the ISFJ type.
POLITICIANS & WORLD LEADERS
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- William Howard Taft, U.S. President and Supreme Court Justice. source
- Jimmy Carter, U.S. President. source
- Bess Truman, U.S. First Lady. source
- Barbara Bush, U.S. First Lady. source
- Laura Bush, U.S. First Lady. source
- George Marshall, U.S. general and Secretary of State and Defense. source
- Mary I, Queen of England. source
- Prince Charles of Great Britain. source
- Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. source
- Gordon Brown, Prime Minister of Great Britain. source
- Mary, Princess of Denmark. source
- Rand Paul, U.S. senator and presidential candidate. source
- Heinrich Himmler, Nazi minister of the interior. source
- Francisco Franco, Spanish dictator. source
RELIGIOUS FIGURES & SOCIAL ACTIVISTS
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Many ISFJs channel their caring nature through religious organizations.
- St. Teresa of Avila. source
- Pope Francis. source
- Mother Teresa, Catholic nun and missionary. source
- Clara Barton, U.S. nurse and founder of American Red Cross. source
- Rosa Parks, U.S. civil rights activist. source
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Athletics isn’t a natural outlet for ISFJs, because they can dis competition, but some still excel.
- Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, U.S. center. source
- Tiger Woods, U.S. golfer. source
- Kristi Yamaguchi, U.S. figure skater. source
ACTORS & PERFORMERS
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ISFJ actors bring their sensitivity to their roles and help improve everyone around them.
- Halle Berry, U.S. actress. source
- Bruce Willis, U.S. actor. source
- Michael Caine, English actor. source
- Anne Hathaway, U.S. actress. source
- Christopher Walken, U.S. actor. source
- Gwyneth Paltrow, U.S. actress. source
- Elijah Wood, U.S. actor. source
- Naomi Watts, U.S. actress. source
- Kirsten Dunst, U.S. actress. source
- Vin Diesel, U.S. actor. source
- David Copperfield, U.S. magician. source
- Katie Holmes, U.S. actress. source
- Rose McGowan, U.S. actor. source
- Josh Hartnett, U.S. actor. source
- Lance Reddick, U.S. actor. source
- Jack Klugman, U.S. actor. source
- Jared Padalecki, U.S. actor. source
Some ISFJs take their desire to serve and help others into military service.
- Robert E. Lee, Confederate general. source
- David Petraeus, U.S. general. source
- George Armstrong Custer, U.S. general. source
WRITERS & JOURNALISTS
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ISFJ authors are sensitive observers of character.
- Louisa May Alcott, U.S. author. source
- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, English author. source
- Alfred, Lord Tennyson, English poet. source
- Robin Roberts, U.S. journalist and television host. source
- Ed Bradley, U.S. journalist. source
- Agatha Christie, English mystery novelist. source
- Marcus Aurelius, Roman philosopher and Emperor. source
- W. H. Auden, English poet. source
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Some ISFJs find it easiest to express their devotion to others and their community through music.
- Aretha Franklin, U.S. singer. source
- Barbra Streisand, U.S. singer and actress. source
- Beyonce, U.S. singer and dancer. source
- Kenny Chesney, U.S. country musician. source
- Brian May, English guitarist and astrophysicist. source
- Selena Gomez, U.S. singer and actor. source
- Sarah Brightman, English singer. source
- Dr. Dre, U.S. rapper and producer. source
- Michael Grimm, U.S. blues musician. source
- 50 Cent, U.S. rapper. source
- Jessica Simpson, U.S. singer and actress. source
- Kendrick Lamar, U.S. rapper. source
Finally, here are some people from fiction who qualify as ISFJs! (http://funkymbtifiction.tumblr.com/characterlist)
- Dr. John Watson, Sherlock Holmes’s assistant. source
- Forrest Gump from the movie of the same title. source
- Alice from Alice in Wonderland. source
- Belle from Beauty and the Beast. source
- Cinderella from Cinderella. source
- Samwise Gamgee from The Lord of the Rings. source
- Westley from The Princess Bride. source
- Dr. Ellie Sattler from Jurassic Park. source
- Sansa Stark from Game of Thrones. source
- Steve (Captain America) Rogers from the Marvel Universe. source
- Owen Hunt from Grey’s Anatomy. source
- Ilsa Lund from Casablanca. source
I was first introduced to the Myers Briggs types a few years ago by my girlfriend. Finding out why I behaved a certain way was reassuring. I created this site so you can have fun and learn more about your personality. If you are curious, I have always tested INTJ.
19 Signs You’re an ISFJ, the ‘Most Considerate’ Personality Type
The ISFJ is one of the most caring and considerate of the Myers-Briggs personality types, sometimes nicknamed “the defender personality” for their dedication to worthy causes and the needs of others. ISFJs have a strong sense of fairness and tend to be very reliable in upholding their commitments. Because of their attention to detail and warm, personable nature, ISFJs make the ultimate caregivers.
Given those positive traits, it’s no surprise that the world has a lot of ISFJs: At 9-14 percent of the U.S. population, the ISFJ personality is one of the most common types.
And many of those ISFJs have built a name for themselves. Famous ISFJs are believed to include Kate Middleton, Mother Theresa, Robert E. Lee, and Barbara Bush. (In fiction, both Pam Beesly from The Office and Catelyn Stark from Game of Thrones are believed to be ISFJs.)
Do you possess the ISFJ personality? If you relate to most of these signs, you might be one.
1. You’re often mistaken for an extrovert
Because you have strong social skills, are articulate, and can make small talk when you have to, you’re often confused for an extrovert. However, deep down, you’re truly an introvert who needs plenty of time to yourself to relax.
Without alone time, any introvert, you feel frazzled, drained, and easily annoyed.
If it weren’t for the fact that people rely on you, you’d probably happily spend most of your time at home, watching your favorite shows, doing craft projects, or indulging in other solo hobbies.
2. Deep down, you’re emotional
Sentimental and sensitive, you’re an emotional person. You may cry easily, whether anger, frustration, or tears of joy.
However, being an introvert, you don’t usually feel comfortable expressing your emotions in a loud or attention-grabbing way. In fact, sometimes you repress them and hide them from even those closest to you.
You may put on a brave face in public, then cry later in the privacy of your home.
3. Your five senses are your superpowers
You have a sharp eye, missing very little in your surroundings. Un your INFJ counterparts, who are more daydreamy and “in their heads,” you’re more rooted in the here-and-now. While an INFJ might pass the same billboard on their commute to work and not notice it for weeks, the ISFJ personality noted the first day it was put up, what it advertises, and the company behind it.
4. You’re meticulous, sometimes to the point of perfectionism
Your attention to detail can make you invaluable on the job. You notice and remember things that others miss, and you have a strong need to follow through and make sure everything is in order.
Sometimes you can be so meticulous that it borders on unhealthy perfectionism.
In your most stressed-out moments, you may find yourself obsessing over tiny details and experiencing a high level of anxiety about the things you can’t control.
5. You take your responsibilities personally
It’s hard not to — everything is personal to you. This often means you go above and beyond at work, in your relationships, and at home. You know that the extra effort won’t always be noticed or appreciated, which can be painful for someone with the ISFJ personality, but it doesn’t stop you from doing just as good a job next time.
6. You usually stay in the background
You make sure everyone has what they need — by working quietly behind the scenes. For this reason, most people don’t realize just how hard you work. In fact, your accomplishments often go underappreciated. That’s because, when things are running smoothly, no one stops to question it — and you’d rather not pipe up.
7. Telling people “no” is your greatest struggle
ISFJs are service-oriented personalities who enjoy pleasing others. Sometimes this means people take advantage of them, intentionally or unintentionally. People with the ISFJ personality can grow by learning to say “no” when they already have a lot on their plate.
8. No one has a better memory for the details of people’s lives
You’re the type most ly to remember someone’s name upon first meeting, your coworker’s birthday, your sister’s favorite restaurant, and your nephew’s shoe size.
9. Not to brag, but you’re the ultimate gift-giver
Many ISFJs enjoy giving gifts because it allows them to draw on their greatest strengths — their incredible attention to detail and their desire to bring others joy.
On birthdays and holidays where gifts are exchanged, the ISFJ is ly to have a present for everyone in attendance — often in the right size and color, and always with a practical purpose in mind.
They frequently surprise their loved ones by remembering something they casually mentioned months earlier (“I love lavender essential oil!”) and gifting it to them.
10. For you, home really is where the heart is
Even though they may only consider 1-2 people to be close friends, ISFJs often have strong social networks. But ISFJs keep family at the center of their heart. It’s not unusual for ISFJs to take on traditional family roles such as caregiver to an ailing family member or stay-at-home parent. They see it as their duty to make sure everyone is sufficiently cared for.
11. You have a hidden side (and you keep it hidden for a reason)
Polite and kind, you strive for harmonious relationships. What others don’t realize is that you’ve got strong opinions — usually about other people’s lives and decisions — that you mostly keep to yourself.
With a close friend, however, you may may find yourself letting out everything you bottled up, which can include a very snarky sense of humor. One way for ISFJs to grow is to practice not rushing to judgement.
12. The perfect ISFJ career is…
ISFJ careers often focus on well-established fields that have a history behind them, such as education, medicine, and charitable organizations. The security of working for a large, established company helps ISFJs feel comfortable with a job.
Many ISFJs become teachers, nurses, caregivers, interior designers, customer service representatives, and counselors — really, anything that allows them to help others in a practical way without having to concern themselves too much with corporate politics.
Of course, the ISFJ personality is also drawn to domestic life, and many ISFJs choose a stay-at-home role. If this is you, you’ll be happiest if you’re still connected to a project outside the home, whether it be through a a church, nonprofit, the local school, or a part-time job.
13. You don’t leave things unfinished
The ISFJ personality is a “judging” personality, which means you crave closure. You’re rarely one to begin a task without finishing it. In fact, you probably won’t even start something if you think it’s impractical to get it done. You don’t understand how some people can leave dozens of household projects unfinished or start down a path only to bail on it halfway through.
14. You crave structure and order
your logic-driven twin, the ISTJ personality, you can get stressed in unpredictable or chaotic environments.
On the job, you don’t feel comfortable “just winging it,” dealing with gray areas, or having to navigate unclear or frequently-changing expectations.
You feel best when you’ve received clear training on how to handle your responsibilities — and you’ll follow that training to a “T.” At home, you ly have a set of routines, and these routines are a source of comfort.
15. Few people are more committed and loyal than you are
This goes for everything from your friends and family to your workplace and beliefs — but it especially comes out in romance. You take dating seriously, and for an ISFJ, relationships are meant to last.
You probably won’t date someone if you don’t think it has long-term potential, and when you say, “Till death do us part,” you mean it.
Sometimes loyal to a fault, it takes a lot to make an ISFJ leave a relationship.
16. Criticism is your poison
You take things personally — maybe too personally. But how can you not? Doesn’t everything boil down to an interaction between two people? Criticism, especially from those close to you, is a spear to your heart, and it may leave you brooding for a long time.
17. You give so much
ISFJs are in danger of becoming martyrs. In relationships, ISFJs may find that they lose themselves to the point of sidestepping their hopes and dreams. People with the ISFJ personality can grow by valuing their own goals and needs, and putting time into them — even if it means spending a little less time on others.
18. Change is hard
You’re definitely not someone who gets bored easily and decides to make sudden changes in your life just to liven things up. You take comfort in knowing what to expect, so change may stress you out. At times, you can be downright resistant to it.
19. Turns out, you’re irreplaceable
Although you’re imaginative and creative in your own way, you’ve got two feet solidly planted on the ground — and others need that.
Your ability to be well-rounded and practical, and not shy away from mundane tasks, are among your most valued traits.
Even if people don’t always realize it, your friends, loved ones, and coworkers have you to thank for helping keep things running smoothly and comfortably.
ISFJs are the ones who pick us up when we need it most, the ones who often think about others first, and the ones who don’t mind doing the tough work that needs to get done. The world would be a much harder place without ISFJs, and your loved ones know that more than anyone.
Are You an ISFJ?
Some of these signs are things a lot of people will identify with, and every ISFJ is going to be a little different. If you can relate to most of them, however, chances are good that you’re an ISFJ personality. Want to be one hundred percent sure? There’s an easy way to find out: Take this free personality assessment from Personality Hacker and see your personality type in minutes.
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ISFJ Personality (Introversion, Sensation, Feeling, Judging)
In this brief guide, ISFJ personality will be discussed in detail, all the other types of Myers Briggs personality test, meaning of ISFJ personality, famous people with ISFJ personality, as well as suitable career options for ISFJs.
Background of ISFJ personality
ISFJ personality is one of the type of MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) 16 personalities. MBTI is a personality test available here to administer.
MBTI is the theory of Carl Jung, and was developed by Katherine Briggs and her daughter Myers Briggs.
They developed this 16 personality type indicator on the theory introduced by Swiss psychiatrist Carl G. Jung. This test was originally published in 1962, and since then being used to identify the career preferences.
Initially, it was used to assess which career is best for women during WWII. MBTI is one of the most widely used personality tests to assess the tendencies of people to work and think in a particular way.
Introduction to ISFJ Personality
MBTI type of personality having dominant ISFJ personality traits are more productive and energized when alone.
They are sensitive to the emotions of others around, while focus on the details of the task at hand.
They are more sensitive to feelings and consider them while taking any decision.
ISFJ personality is very much on the schedule and make up a structured plan to be followed rather than being impulsive.
What is the MBTI Personality Test
In MBTI personality test which is the psychological assessment, helps the person to decide which career option is best for them.
The personality test is the four core idea and the psychological dimensions introduced by Briggs.
You can also get to know which professions are best for you on the basis of scores you got from here (Myers briggs types).
This consists of 16 personality types and four core domains of personality which lie on the continuum at one side of the continuum is the dimension opposite to the other side of the continuum.
Such as, if Extroversion, which means a person s to be outgoing and enjoy social gatherings have Introversion at the other side of the continuum.
Either the person lies on one side or the other, which means that anyone domain will be dominant than the other.
According to these scores, the personality types will be extracted, which helps in understanding one’s own personality and preferences in personal and professional lives.
In the age of advancement, people are unable to decide which profession to choose, because there are a number of options available out there and deciding any one profession requires clear thinking.
People get confused when they try to subjectively assess themselves and gets biased results.
MBTI personality test will solve the problem for you and it will be a matter of a few minutes that you will get the accurate results.
History of MBTI
Katherine Briggs was fascinated and impressed by the work of Carl Jung and his theory regarding personality types.
She came up with the idea to simplify the complexity of the theory and to make use of the significant contribution of Jung to make it understandable for the layman.
This motivation helped her, and she simplified his theory and adapted it into MBTI.
She was enthusiastic about the idea that the regular person must be able to assess his own self.
After the death of Katherine, her daughter Isabel Briggs Myers continued to work on her mother’s passion, and became interested in the work.
In the times of WWII, she finally used the theory and developed the MBTI assessment to categorize people into 16 different personality domains.
Core of MBTI (Myers Briggs Personality Theory)
The theory describes four core domains which lies on a continuum where one domain is opposing to the other side of the domain.
This is also known as dichotomous domains.
The initial domains are the writings of Jung, while the last domain was added by Katherine Briggs.
- Extraversion vs Introversion
- Sensing vs Intuition
- Thinking vs Feeling
- Judging vs Perceiving
Let’s cover these four core domains in detail:
1. Extraversion vs Introversion
This says that the person high on extraversion s to join people and participate in gatherings.
As well as he feels recharged in the presence of others around.
While the introvert tries to keep to himself and spend alone time, as well as they are quite reflective throughout the day.
2. Sensing vs Intuition
Some people collect the information from the environment directly by their enhanced use of sensation.
They use their five senses to make sense of the world. While the intuitive is more imaginative, dreamy, and innovative about the surroundings and what they mean.
3. Thinking vs Feeling
If you consider yourself a thinker, then you must be considering the logic behind everything and go for the right solution.
While feelers use their hearts more than their heads. The person high on feelings understands the situations on the basis of emotions, and consider others.
4. Judging vs Perceiving
If you have seen someone organized, structured, following schedules then you already have came across the person dominant on judging.
Whereas the person high on perceiving, they consider things as open, flexible and easy-going.
MBTI says that you are either on one side of the continuum or the other. Ones you will be tested on MBTI, your scores will give you your four preferences using four initial letters, such as “ISFJ”, which shows Introversion, Sensation, Feeling, and Judging as dominant types.
As discussed before, the MBTI gives 16 personality domains, four domains of personality.
These four domains combine in 16 different ways and describe the type of personality according to their preference.
Someone more on judging is more organized, and plan ahead and maybe not comfortable with being spontaneous.
There is a good piece of writing which extends the learning.
MBTI talks about the interaction of four core domains between then, which gives an extended version of one’s personality.
This understanding regarding oneself is fruitful in a way of deciding the career, and right profession. The person gets to know the flavours of his personality.
Whereas there are a lot of other tools available for the personality assessment, such as enneagram, and Big Five, but they just give a brief idea about personality.
Following are 16 MBTI domains, for details please follow the links below:
- ENTJ (Extrovert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging)
- INTJ (Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging)
- ENTP (Extrovert, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving)
- INTP (Introvert, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving)
- ENFJ (Extrovert, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging)
- INFJ (Introvert, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging)
- ENFP (Extrovert, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving)
- INFP (Introvert, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving)
- ESTJ (Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging)
- ISTJ (Introvert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging)
- ESFJ (Extrovert, Sensing, Feeling, Judging)
- ISFJ (Introvert, Sensing, Feeling, Judging)
- ESTP (Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving)
- ISTP (Introvert, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving)
- ESFP (Extrovert, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving)
- ISFP (Introvert, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving)
- ENTJ: This type shows the capabilities of being a passionate, energetic, logical commander
- INTJ: This type shows the innovation, and logical thinking to keep things in structure while keeping the focus to oneself.
- ENTP: They are innovators and comes up with unique solutions to the hurdles.
- INTP: This type of personality can be more logical and innovative and creative in their solutions.
- ENFJ: More inclined towards humanity and keeps up the value system, while keeping themselves organized.
- INFJ: They are more organized in their thinking patterns as well as creative and achieve well when being alone.
- ENFP: They feel more energized when surrounded by others, stay in in touch with the feelings of others around, and are flexible in their planning.
- INFP: These personalities are driven by values and beliefs.
- ESTJ: They are passionate and hard-working, they make sure to get the results.
- ISTJ: They are organized, responsible and are fixer of catastrophes.
- ESFJ: They consider the feelings of others and try to fulfil their responsibilities.
- ISFJ: These are the ones, consider taking care of others around and follow the tradition and prove loyalties.
- ESTP: They are energetic and make sure to get the results they desire.
- ISTP: They are good at solving the problems and practical in their approach.
- ESFP: They are good to have in the surroundings to keep people energetic and entertained, they love life.
- ISFP: They are the ones who enjoy being in the moment with them and are passionate.
Famous People with ISFJ Personality Type:
The famous people identified with ISFJ personality type are:
Robert E. Lee
Career Choices for ISFJ Personality Type:
The career choices suitable for ISFJ personality on the basis of their dominant personality clusters are:
- Actor: This is suitable for them as they are more sensitive to others feelings, which helps them in playing different roles with complete precision.
- Artist: ISFJ personality are sensitive as well as interested in activities alone which give them new ideas and helps in increasing their contemplation and creativity.
- Research: ISFJ personality are not people pleaser and doesn’t participate in group activities, as well as are highly organized to their goals, which can help them to be a good researcher and have increased focus.
ISFJ personality type is one of the 16 personality types given in MBTI. MBTI was developed by Briggs for the purpose of personality identification.
The person with ISFJ personality is more energized when alone and enjoy solitary activities.
ISFJs are sensitive to feelings and ideas, they can assess the aura of situations.
ISFJs are highly organized in their ways of getting things done.
The strengths of ISFJs on the basis of their dominant parts of personality is being supportive. They are also reliable and tolerant people.
They are quite imaginative and observant. Their enthusiasm keeps them moving and helps them in improving the lives of people around.
They are good in everyday activities and have prosocial behaviour. Their weakness is that they are too humble and shy, that sometimes they are taken the advantage of They get offended easily and try to defend them.
They don’t express the opposing views easily and overload themselves with emotional burden.
The 16 types discussed above can be assessed using the self-assessment questionnaire available here.
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Frequently Asked Questions for ISFJ Personality Type
INFJ is the rarest personality type, comprising 1-3% of the population.
SFJ should marry ESTP or ESFP.
ISFJ is very rare, and only 1.5% of the population lies in this.
Yes, ISFJs are extremely loyal and devoted.
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