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Erik Thor | Subtypes | 16 Personalities Subtypes

My name is Erik Thor and I’ve mapped out four healthy subtypes and natural variations within the 16 personalities and the four letter code. So what are the subtypes?

The Observers

ES, IS, IN and EN Subtypes

Observers are people that primarily focus on gaining information and experience about something. They primarily use the right prefrontal regions of the brain, focusing to keep brainstorming and keep processing a situation, until they have gained as much knowledge about it as possible. They can at times struggle to make decisions, and like to keep things open when possible.

The Reviewers

EF, ET, IT, and IF Subtypes

Reviewers are usually focused on how they feel about something, or on processing a situation logically. Their goal is to understand how things work or why things work the way that they do. They are good at scoring or rating life, 1-10, what did they like, and what did they dislike? How can things be improved or adjusted?

The Navigators

NJ, SJ, SP, and NP Subtypes

These subtypes are known to be explorers and discoverers, focused on getting from point A to point B. They tend to be project oriented types, that often focus on what’s next, what will happen, or preparing for what is to come. They’re usually on the go, walking in a fast pace, eager and enthusiastic, they are full of dopamine, but can at times be inconsistent.

The Deciders

FJ, TJ, TP, and FP Subtypes

Decision-making subtypes primarily focus on trying to reach or make a judgment about a situation, categorizing life into good or bad, right or wrong, yes or no. They focus on their judgment, and the left, prefrontal regions of the brain, focused on execution. They can sometimes struggle to listen or take in information if it doesn’t match their compass.

Which Personality Subtype Are You?

1. When faced with a new situation, your first instinct is to:

  • A. Gather as much information about it as possible.
  • B. Reflect on how it makes you feel or logically dissect it.
  • C. Think about the steps needed to navigate through or explore it.
  • D. Quickly decide the best course of action or judgment about it.

2. In your free time, you prefer to:

  • A. Learn something new or indulge in a hobby that enriches your knowledge.
  • B. Evaluate your personal feelings or thoughts, possibly through journaling or deep conversations.
  • C. Embark on an adventure or start a new project that excites you.
  • D. Make plans or decisions that will improve your life or environment.

3. When it comes to planning for the future, you:

  • A. Prefer to keep options open and collect information as you go.
  • B. Like to review all possible outcomes and their emotional or logical impacts.
  • C. Are eager to set goals and explore the paths to achieving them.
  • D. Focus on decisive actions and clear outcomes.

4. Your approach to problem-solving is:

  • A. To thoroughly understand the problem from all angles before acting.
  • B. To consider how the problem affects you or others emotionally or logically.
  • C. To brainstorm various strategies or innovative solutions.
  • D. To decide on a solution quickly and implement it.

5. When communicating with others, you:

  • A. Listen carefully and absorb information before sharing your insights.
  • B. Share your feelings or logical analysis of situations.
  • C. Discuss future possibilities, ideas, or plans with enthusiasm.
  • D. Offer clear opinions, decisions, or directions.

Results

Mostly A’s: Observers
You have a natural curiosity and thrive on gathering information and insights. Your preference for understanding the world around you aligns you with the Observers, who are continually processing information to deepen their knowledge.

Mostly B’s: Reviewers
Your introspective nature and focus on evaluating emotions or logical aspects of situations suggest you resonate with the Reviewers. You excel at assessing and reflecting on various aspects of life.

Mostly C’s: Navigators
Your adventurous spirit and project-oriented approach place you among the Navigators. You’re always looking ahead, eager to explore and discover what life has to offer.

Mostly D’s: Deciders
With a decisive nature and a focus on making judgments, you align with the Deciders. Your ability to make quick decisions and set a clear direction is a hallmark of your personality type.

What are the 16 personalities subtypes?

What is a subtype?

Subtypes are variations within a personality type. They can be influenced by your unique development and your current mood and situation. This means that even if you have the same dominant personality traits as someone else, your subtypes could be very different.

What are the 16 Personalities Subtypes?

There’s the adventurious, dopamine driven Navigators (NJ, SJ, SP, NP) and the passionate Deciders (FJ, TJ, TP and FP) as well as the curious, studious Observers (EN, ES, IS, IN) and finally the reflective Reviewers (IF, IT, ET, EF)

Can your subtype change?

It’s important to note that your subtypes can change over time. They are influenced by your current mood and situation, as well as your personal growth and development. So, it’s a good idea to revisit this topic from time to time and think about how and when you express each subtype.

What are the 16 personalities variations?

ISTJ: The ISTJ is a practical and responsible individual who values tradition and order.

ISFJ: The ISFJ is a caring and loyal individual who values harmony and stability.

INFJ: The INFJ is a compassionate and insightful individual who values authenticity and meaning.

INTJ: The INTJ is a strategic and independent individual who values knowledge and competence.

ISTP: The ISTP is a curious and adaptable individual who values practical skills and experience.

ISFP: The ISFP is a creative and sensitive individual who values aesthetic experiences and personal expression.

INFP: The INFP is an idealistic and empathetic individual who values personal values and authenticity.

INTP: The INTP is a logical and analytical individual who values understanding and discovery.

ESTP: The ESTP is a confident and energetic individual who values excitement and experience.

ESFP: The ESFP is a social and expressive individual who values fun and relationships.

ENFP: The ENFP is an enthusiastic and creative individual who values innovation and possibilities.

ENTP: The ENTP is a curious and quick-witted individual who values knowledge and debate.

ENTJ: The ENTJ is a confident and decisive individual who values achievement and success.

ENFJ: The ENFJ is a charismatic and empathetic individual who values harmony and relationships.

ESFJ: The ESFJ is a caring and responsible individual who values tradition and relationships.

ESTJ: The ESTJ is a practical and efficient individual who values order and structure.

What is your subtype?

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