Are You an INFJ "Advocate" Personality Type?

The super rare personality type, INFJ, or Introversion, Intuition, Feeling, Judging, is also known as the Advocate personality type.

Because we work with so many people who are advocates in their life and career at Echeveria, we thought it only fitting to discuss the interesting fast facts about the INFJ.

INFJs tend towards the helping professions, such as counseling or medicine, as they hold giving back in high esteem. Here are a few traits that might be associated with this personality type:

Some strengths: creative, insightful, inspiring, decisive, determined, altruistic.

Some weaknesses: perfectionistic and can burn out easily.

At work, INFJs tend to prefer a vocation that speaks to their “spiritual side” or that feels entirely congruent with who they are. This personality type can also require a really strong sense of authenticity from others before they can feel comfortable to open up.

Some famous INFJ -ers include Taylor Swift, Noam Chomsky, Carl Jung, Plato, Al Pacino and Jane Goodall. Also, fictional characters that would be considered INFJs include Liz Lemon from 30 Rock and Jon Snow from Game of Thrones.

Do you or someone you know relate to these qualities? You can check out more about personality at https://www.myersbriggs.org/ or at https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test.

Nothing lights up Advocates like creating a solution that changes people’s lives.
— 16 Personalities.com
Adriane Kruer