I took a personality type test on the human metrics website and I was found to have an ENFJ (Extraversion, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging) personality. Of these four personalities the trait that strongly matches my personality is J- Judging.
I consider myself to be an organized individual, who strives to have control over situations. I would on any given time painstakingly plan my actions beforehand and stay on track on the plan I had set out to achieve.
A good example is when I plan overseas trips with my family. Months before the trip I would do a detailed research of the location, people, culture, food, crime rate, logistics, and even health issues in the area. I will draw up a plan and look for one or two backup plans.
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A brief overview of the different personality types and their distinctive qualities lead me to choose an introvert with traits similar to mine as the possible complementary personality for the task. Working in an organized system and creating a schematic process for a project, would mean that a fellow team member with a judgment trait like mine would be ideal.
Hence, the choice of an INFJ personality trait will be the ideal project partner to work with.
In my opinion, working with an introvert with similar goals, ideology and drive will be valuable on a project as success can be achieved more efficiently. There will also be less time spent trying in understanding the behavior of someone with a conflicting personality and less friction based on opposing styles in completing the task.
The INFJs are a very rare personality type with a tendency to be orderly and systematic. They are been described as perfectionist, with a strong value system (The Personality Page,