Personality List

    ISTJ

    The Realist

    The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense.
    Thomas A. Edison

    A Realist (ISTJ) is someone with the Introverted, Observant, Thinking, and Judging personality traits.

    Realists are pragmatic, down-to-earth individuals who appreciate facts and logic. They have a knack for seeing the world as it is, and they believe in dealing with reality head-on. ISTJs are often good at handling money and making practical decisions. They prize order and organization, preferring to stick to tried-and-true methods rather than experiment.

    ISTJs are loyal and reliable, and they make great team players. They have a strong sense of duty, and they take their responsibilities seriously. They prize honesty and integrity, making them trustworthy friends and colleagues. ISTJs can be a bit inflexible in their thinking, but they usually have the best interests of others at heart.

    ISTJ Strengths

    Realists are good at seeing the big picture and taking a practical, commonsense approach to problem-solving.

    They are dependable, reliable, and honest people who make great team players.

    ISTJs have a strong sense of duty and they take their responsibilities seriously. ISTJs prize honesty and integrity, making them trustworthy friends and colleagues.

    ISTJ Weaknesses

    ISTJs can be inflexible in their thinking, and they may have a hard time understanding people who don’t think like them.

    They can be unyielding in their pursuit of goals, and they may not be very good at taking risks.

    ISTJs may have a hard time expressing their feelings, and they can be seen as unemotional.

    ISTJ Profiles