Chase: Hey guys, it’s C.S Joseph with csjoseph.life, and today, we are going to be doing a very … well, probably my second most requested video to do, which is a type profile of the 16 personalities, according to Jungian analytical psychology, for the INTJ, also known as the strategist, the introvert, intuitive, thinking, judging type, that also makes up 1% of the population. Pretty rare type.
Chase: So yeah, everyone keeps asking me to do this one. That, and INFJ as well. Apparently INJ’s seems to be the most popular types on the internet these days. It might be the INTJ forums fault, who knows? I haven’t been on that forum in five years, I don’t even know if they’re still around. I’d assume they are, so who knows how that works?
Chase: So let’s do a dive in. Just fair warning, this will be longer than usual, because of how requested it is. I want to make sure that I’m thorough, and try to get on every point, as I possibly can. So with that in mind, I’ve got my trusty white board, because that’s what I do, I like white boarding literally everything. You should see my iPhone, with all my mind maps. It’s insane.
Chase: Alright, so INTJ. Introvert, intuitive, thinking, judge. See it through type, they are an intellectual temperament, and they are known as the strategist. Their interaction style is direct, responding movement, just like the ISTP, and the ISTJ, and the INFJ, because they’re see it through types. They have a hard time starting things, but when they get going on something, they absolutely are compelled to finish, and will stop at nothing to finish anything they start. That’s kind of what an INTJ is, they’re very strategic, very future focused, all about future thinking. They just make sure that they always have a plan moving forward, a way to process, or a routine. Although they themselves don’t like being routine, but they have no problem designing a routine or a process for somebody else, because INTJ’s have that freedom factor. Why? Because their Ni hero is the inferior.
Chase: Introverted intuition hero, which is where the INTJ’s willpower is, as the apex of their ego, they ware very want-y, and they desire things, and they have lots of willpower. They can kind of will themselves through anything. Just like Goku said, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” Right? Well, INTJ’s can will their selves through almost any obstacle. And if they can’t get through an obstacle using their iron will, then they will try in some other way, shape, or form, to do it, usually using their subconscious, or their unconscious, or their super ego, to meet those objectives.
Chase: INTJ’s are super goal oriented. They like listing out their goals, and they like executing plans to meet those goals. This is typical in anything from academics, to their job, or even relationships. They’re very systemic in their relationships. Oftentimes INTJ’s are accused of thinking about sex more than actually having sex, which is true, but that’s not why. People think it’s because they’re very process oriented, because they’re very Te parent. They have everything all organized and whatnot. No, that’s not actually why they spend more time thinking about sex than actually having it. The reason why they spend more time thinking about sex than actually having it, is because they’re insecure as hell. That’s their Se inferior.
Chase: They’re insecure about giving someone a bad experience, and that includes the bedroom, right? That also includes any presentation they give in class, how they come off, how they sound, how they look, all of that. It’s kind of like they have this inner form of vanity about them. INFJ’s are really … they’re the same, they have that problem too, because they’re both INJ’s, right? So Se inferior, it’s when the INTJ is literally afraid of giving someone else a bad experience. Right? They’re constantly trying to make sure, and manage the expectations, or manage the experience of other people, or manage the thinking of other people, simultaneously making sure they’re giving them a good experience while they manage them, which leads to this interesting form of micro-management, that doesn’t even make sense. It’s like, “Here, I’m going to manage everything you do, and everything you think, while simultaneously trying to make you not uncomfortable while I’m doing it, even though that’s exactly what I’m doing. But it’s kind of weird anyway, and then I end up coming out socially awkward because of that.” Yeah, welcome to INTJ’s guys, welcome.
Chase: So Se inferior, again, they’re very insecure about giving someone a bad experience. They’re always afraid that they’re going to not do well. This is literally performance anxiety. INTJ’s have serious performance anxiety. It’s even worse for INTJ’s though, than INFJ’s, to be honest, in some cases. Why? Because if an INFJ knows with their Fe parent that they’re making someone feel good, at least they can have more confidence what they’re doing makes someone feel good, but the INTJ doesn’t even have that luxury, because with Fe trickster, that social awkwardness, that whole, “I don’t know how anyone else around me feels. I don’t know if anyone actually likes me. So because I don’t know that they like me or not, I don’t know they’re also going to have an experience.”
Chase: And it just becomes this double whammy, and they end up in this endless loop of, “I don’t know what I’m doing, and I don’t know if I should be initiating sex right now or not.” Yeah, it’s pretty interesting. But, let’s be honest, if the Se inferior can get over its insecurity, and it becomes aspirational, that ESFP subconscious comes out, and then the INTJ becomes literally one of the best types in bed. They are absolutely amazing when they’re aspiring with their Se inferior, because their partners becomes this canvas with which they paint upon and they always are devoted to making it an absolute great experience for their partner. And they can go away, they can get away from that insecurity, that anxiety, that performance anxiety they have.
Chase: Well, how is that possible? It’s usually when Se inferior is couples with Si inferior, like with an ENTP, or an ENFP, or Si child, which is an INTP, or an INFP, right? So in those four types, NP’s, they really actually prefer Se inferior, because then they’re not concerned about being made uncomfortable, even though the INTJ is always concerned about making someone else uncomfortable. But Si child and Si inferior are like, “Oh, yeah. I don’t care. It’s impossible for you to make me uncomfortable right now. I’ve already chosen for you to be with me, and we’re going to go to the bedroom and have some fun.” Right? So none of that actually has anything to do with that, so stop worrying about it. Stop being afraid.
Chase: Because of how comfortable the INTJ’s partner already is, basically, they could shed their fear, then all of a sudden become this amazing, super awesome lion in the bedroom. It’s pretty dope. So just be aware of that. That’s actually why INTJ’s think more about sex, because they have a hard time initiating, because they’re afraid of giving people a bad experience. That’s just how they work. But if you already state ahead of time that you’re comfortable with them, they’ll aspire with that, and then they just become this amazing ESFP.
Chase: Another way that it comes out with their aspirations, is that they can be really, super funny. I know a lot of INTJ comedic folk, people that are even paid to be comedians, and they are hilarious. I love it. I absolutely love ESFP subconscious. There are a couple of podcasts I listen to, a couple of blogs I read. They’re very satirical, and I love the Se inferior satire of an ESFP subconscious. It is amazing, I laugh every time. To be honest, I laugh way more as a result of ESFP subconscious, than I would ever from ESFP ego, because to me, ESFP ego an an ENTP, just kind of really falls flat, when compared to ESFP subconscious. I don’t know, they just have this subtle way of doing things, when they’re doing their wise cracks, and I just have no choice but to, “Wow. That’s actually subtly brilliant and hilarious at the same time.” So it’s just like a double whammy experience for someone like me.
Chase: Anyway, Te parent, very process oriented, all about finding reference points in the exact same way that the ISTJ does, that we talked earlier about this week. Has to find all the references, can find data very quickly. INTJ’s can scrub through data rapid, rapid quick. INTJ’s, if you notice, their ego, their shadow, unconscious, and their subconscious, they’re all movement types. This is known as these triple movements. So INTJ’s are fast, super fast. Another type that is triple movement is also the ENFP. ENFP’s and INTJ’s are lightning quick with their decision making, and what they’re able to do, especially when they’re going through data with Ni hero, trying to find the ideal path forward in the data that they’re looking for, and then organizing with Te parent.
Chase: Then, all of sudden, it’s like, “Holy crap, I’ve just mastered a subject without even spending very much time on it.” INTJ’s can literally become that jack of all trades, but really get on the edge of mastery very quick. If they devote themselves to it, they’ll go even further with it. A perfect example of this is Frank Abagnale. He’s a social engineer, the movie, “Catch Me If You Can,” was based on him. An amazing social engineer, who became a lawyer and a doctor, specifically because he studied his ass off, and he actually made it work. He was actually really a doctor, and he actually really was a lawyer. Of course, he was just trying to run a con the entire time, because INTJ’s are amazing con artists, especially because of the ENTP shadow.
Chase: ENTP egos are often accused of being con artists, but no one suspects the INTJ, coming out of nowhere to put one over on somebody, right? They’re able to pull it off. Using the intellectual skills of the INTJ, especially with the reference abilities of Te plus Ni taken together, they can literally assume almost any form, any academic form, at least, and social engineer people, and pull off an amazing con. That’s exactly what Frank Abagnale did with his Te parent.
Chase: I also know a guy who doesn’t know very much about certain subjects, and then all of a sudden, because he absolutely … he’s got a moral cause with his Fi child, and he’s like, “Morally, I have to do this, because it’s the good thing to do. It’s the right thing to do, so I’m going to do this.” Then he researches the subject, and then he’s got almost mastery on that subject. It’s been three weeks time, and it’s like, “How the hell do you know so much already?” He’s like, “Because I’ve spent hours studying and gathering all of the relevant information, and tossing out the irrelevant information with my Te parent. Thus, I know about this crap, so maybe you should listen to me, because I can advice you properly on it.”
Chase: Well, yeah, most people would think that’s crap, because they don’t have credentials next to their names, but INTJ’s, out of nowhere, can all of a sudden become an expert quick. And it’s like, “What the hell? When did you learn that?” Yeah, well, that’s because they really spend the time and effort on it, and they work hard if they’re not being lazy in their Fi child, like, “I’m not in the mood to do this right now, similar as to what ISTJ’s do, but at least they never have to deal with Si hero getting in the way. So their laziness is basically because they either lack a cause that they’re going for, or they lack a moral reason for what it is, or they just don’t plain want to do that, because it’s not interesting to them. Okay yeah, fine, that’s fair. Makes sense.
Chase: So Fi child, they are very childishly aware of how they feel. INTJ’s end up coming off selfish this way, because Fi child’s like, “Well, I only know about my feelings, and I’m not aware of how you feel. So that just makes me come off selfish.” Right? But in reality, it’s not that way. INTJ’s legitimately do care. They’re not soulless machines like everyone makes them out to be, it’s just that they’re socially awkward. Why? It’s because they have Fe trickster. They don’t know what the social rules are, they don’t know what the social norms are. They don’t even keep track of that information, they’re too busy keeping track of their own selves, and trying to make sure that they’re a good person, because Fi child has a very large moral compass that they have to deal with.
Chase: INTJ can’t live with themselves if everyone else around them thinks with their Te parent that they’re a bad person. INTJ’s take status and reputation very seriously, that’s why they try to get their PhD’s, and their MBA’s, and their credentials, and their certifications, “Because it’s proof I know something. Right? Y’all can think that I know something about it, and y’all will not have a bad experience, and realize that you can be loyal to me, and loyal to the fact that I know things, because I have these flashy credentials in front of me, and I have the status to prove it. Right? And that way I never have to be afraid of giving anyone a bad experience, because the badge on my lapel, or the plaque that I have, or the degree hung on my wall says otherwise.
Chase: It’s kind of why they’re really motivated. They’re super, super motivated with Ni hero to get as many credentials as possible, so they don’t have to deal with other people thinking that they’re idiots. And they don’t have to deal with people concerned that they’re not going to get a good experience with the INTJ on a first impression. Right? They like to have all those credentials in place to give that first impression. It takes away that insecurity, and then they have to deal with the reputation problems that Te parent can sense, because their status and reputation is a really big deal, because they have to feel good about their reputation in the eyes of others, which is Te parent. They have to feel good about it with Fi child. Right? That’s how that works, that’s why they’re so … ISTJ’s are extremely similar in that way. They do it with accounting, they do it with lawyers.
Chase: For example the Deputy Attorney General right now of the United States of America is Rod Rosenstein, and he’s an ISTJ, and he’s all about going for credentials throughout his career. He’s like, “I have this moral sense of justice, and I’m going to bring people to justice. But in order for people to think that I actually know what I’m talking about, I have to have the credentials to back it. Then I have confidence in those credentials, and I’m going to expect other people to have those credentials. If they don’t have credentials, I’m not going to even listen to them.” Which is very typical of an ISTJ, because they have Se nemesis.
Chase: But INTJ’s don’t necessarily care about that, because they have Ne nemesis, although Ne nemisis has its problems. The fourth function is where the persons fear exists, but a fifth function is where a persons worry exists. I’m sorry, INTJ’s worry about the intentions of other people so bad that, in my opinion, they are the most paranoid of all the types. Absolute most paranoid of all the 16 types is the INTJ, to the point where it’s very rare, if ever, an INTJ on the internet would ever tell you their real name. Unless you were there in their trusted inner circle, and even then, they probably won’t for a year or whatnot.
Chase: Why? Well, it’s because an INTJ, because they lack social norm awareness, they lack social awareness because of their Fe trickster, they overcompensate with it with their Se inferior. It’s like, “Well, there’s no proof that you’re loyal to me, and you’d be willing to take a bullet for me, so I’m not going to trust you until I know for a fact that you’re loyal to me. Even then, when you’re loyal to me, I’m going to do a loyalty check on you, to make sure you’re still loyal. Then, at that point, I might decide to trust you. Right?”
Chase: It’s like, “Okay, yeah, but I’ve proven that you could trust me for years now, I don’t know what your problem is, bro. Maybe you should wake up, otherwise I’m going to realize that maybe I probably shouldn’t be loyal to someone like you, because of how paranoid you are.” Don’t forget this INTJ’s. When you’re expecting someone to be loyal to you, and you do these loyalty checks, or you’re still being paranoid, what you’re going to end up doing is just alienate them.
Chase: You’re going to alienate these people into not wanting to be loyal to you anymore, because you keep them at arms length, because you’re so distrustful. Also, not only are you distrustful, but … I’m sorry, but people talk behind each others back, and sometimes people talk behind each others back erroneously. It’s not intended to be a bad thing, but INTJ’s instantly assume it’s a bad thing, instantly assume it’s betrayal, and they instantly throw you under the bus, and have nothing to do with you ever again. It’s like, “What the hell? I have a track record of one to three years of being your best friend. You’re throwing me under the bus over this? Really?” But that’s what INTJ’s do for some reason, I have no idea why. Actually I do, it’s because of Ne nemisis, they don’t trust anybody, and they’re willing to burn down an entire relationship off of just one perceived indignation, where they perceive unfair treatment, or they perceive a betrayal of some kind. Which may not be actually a betrayal, but they perceive it that way, and they will instantly burn the bridge just off of that. It’s like, “Come on guys.” And you wonder why you’re alone. You wonder why few people have a hard time being around you.
Chase: It’s not because of the lack of social awareness, guys. I’m sorry, but Fe trickster sometimes can actually be pretty cute and endearing, because it’s funny watching the INTJ, or the ISTJ walk around having no clue what the social norms are. That’s not why people have a problem with INTJ’s. The problem is, is any Ne nemesis. They’re so worried about the other intentions of other people, and what they might do, and what they might say, and what they might behave, and, “This guy might betray me, or he might talk shit about me behind my back to somebody else. Or whatever.” And it’s like, “Come on, guys. Wake up.” Okay?
Chase: First of all, be aware that human beings make mistakes. You know? INTJ’s would be nice if you guys would give people the benefit of the doubt, which you rarely do. I was talking to an INTJ the other day, actually. Good friend of mine the last two and half years, and a year ago, he promised me to pay me for a service that I would do. I was giving him a huge discount on the service, right? He was one third off, basically was the discount I was giving him, and he told me, “Okay, yeah. I’ll pay you the full amount at one point in time.” Then a year later I’m like, “Hey, man. It’s about time for you to pay me a full one.” He’s like, “No, this is dumb. I’m not going to do that. I don’t really see the value in this.” Then he accused me of betraying him, because I was raising my price to him. It’s like, “Why?”
Chase: You know what’s funny? You know what I told him? I told him, “So, you always complain that no one is ever loyal to you, and no one is ever consistent for you, because that’s Se inferior needs consistency. You always complain about that, but when something like this happens, on a whim, you complain about other people changing their opinion about you se inferior, Te parent, complain about other people changing their opinion of you on a whim, and then all of a sudden, on this mistaken, “Oh, you think I’m betraying you,” you think, on a whim, that I’m betraying you.” Great. Hypocrites. Seriously, INTJ’s are so hypocritical about this.
Chase: You tell me that you don’t like it when people change their opinion about you on a whim, but then you go on and change your opinion about everybody on a whim. Really? Come on. Wake up, guys. That’s not how the world works. That’s just not how it works. Remember, Ne nemesis, they worry about other people’s intentions. So what you end up having to do to INTJ’s is constantly explain yourself, all the time, which can be really annoying. But those of us that are dedicated and loyal to our INTJ’s, know that they need it. So we tell them what our intentions are up front, and we explain ourselves to them because we love them, and we care about them, because they give us a good experience, because we need their moral compass to help us behave ethically.
Chase: They’re always constantly asking us what they think, and it allows us to share our thoughts with them, and they always tell us what they want, that way there’s no guesswork for us. So us NTP’s end up having good relationships with INTJ’s based on that. And yes, we recognize for their sake, that we explain ourselves to them. But sometimes, that can even get really too tiring, and then you look at them, and be like, “Really? Do I still have to explain myself to you? Have I not earned an inkling of trust from you yet? Wake up, bro. Come on.” So again, trust is a major issue for them.
Chase: But if you know that you have a track record of trusting behavior, feel free to lord it over them, and remind them consistently of it. That way, they start behaving trustfully, willing to actually trust you, for once. Ti critic is really interesting. INTJ’s actually walk around believing that they’re dumb, especially young INTJ’s, walking around that they’re stupid, walking around that what they know is not actually correct. So that forces them to go in their Te parent, and constantly ask other people, “Hey, what do you think about this?” Or look at articles, or references, and gather a huge amount of reference material, so that they can have confidence in their Ti critic, that what they actually know is correct and true. Super, mega important.
Chase: Remember with the ISTJ’s, the Ti critic, you have to hold them accountable there, because they’re at risk of getting into trivial data. INTJ’s don’t have that risk as much as ISTJ’s, because of the laziness factor that ISTJ’s are at risk of, but they’re still prone to some erroneousness, or some inaccuracy in what they know. So what you have to do is just ask the INTJ to verify with their Ti critic.
Chase: The thing is though, because it’s ENTP unconscious, INTJ’s actually often verify what they know already, a lot. A lot of the INTJ’s I know at least do that. I really appreciate that, because then when I challenge them on something, they’ll either take full responsibility immediately, and just straight up tell me that they don’t know, or they’ll provide me references immediately, to prove that, yes, what they believe is true, actually is true, based on the data that they have, and the reasons behind why they’re making that decision.
Chase: So think about it this way. If I have to explain myself to them consistently to try to maintain some level of trust with them, they have to explain their thinking to me. You see what I mean? Because they’re all like to everyone, “Hey, cite your sources.” And I’m like, “Now, hold on. You should be citing your sources, with your thinking here.” So I may have to explain my intentions to them, but they have to explain their thinking to me. Right? It’s kind of a trade off. Does that make sense? Because INTJ’s especially, posit a lot of things with that they feel what their Fi child is true Te parent, they feel like it’s true, but that doesn’t that’s actually true. So I can go back to their Ti critically like, “Okay, verify it for me. Show me. Show me what’s actually true.”
Chase: In the same way, they’re like with their Ne nemesis, “Okay, show me that you’re not going to intentionally betray me down the road.” In which I have to back to their Se inferior and go, “Well, look at this huge track record of trustworthy behavior I’ve had over the last three years.” You know what I mean? Those conflicts come into plays with INTJ’s. Fe trickster, we already talked about a little bit. It’s their lack of awareness of social norms, or social protocol, social rules, social anything. A lot of people don’t really have a problem with this, it’s more the Ne nemesis that they have a problem with, but Fe trickster can be really weird. INTJ’s are literally those people that will follow you into the bathroom, and when you’re taking a crap in the stall, they’ll still have a conversation with you about work, even though they’re not even in the restroom to use the restroom at all. They’re just talking to you, and it makes you feel super uncomfortable, and they don’t even know how uncomfortable they’re making you do it.
Chase: Why? Because Se inferior can’t even see your face, as you’re actually taking a dump in the stall, because the door’s close, hopefully. Right? So because of that, they don’t even understand the experience they’re giving you, and then they leave the bathroom, blissfully unaware how offended and annoyed at them you are. Right? Well, that’s because of Fe trickster. They’re not the most social kind of people in that way.
Chase: Now, INTJ’s can be super social if they get over their insecurity, with the experience they’re giving other people. Go in their ESFP subconscious, I know some INTJ’s that are amazing on the dance floor, in as much as they’re amazing in the bedroom. But they are amazing on the dance floor, and it’s like, “Holy crap, I didn’t even know you could do that. Where did you get those moves?” You know what I mean? It’s because they’ve shed that insecurity, and they can become these super amazing dancing intellectuals. It’s like, “Wow. You’re so dope.”
Chase: There’s actually a few INTJ women I’ve known also in the past, who have that ability, who are also amazing. It’s just like going dancing with them, and it’s like a whole other world that you’ve opened up. It’s like, “Wow.” It’s something really special, and to see how you have these women who are typically be held as super nerdy and intellectual and whatnot, and then, all of a sudden, they clean up, they put on their dance floor finest, and then they show up, and you’re like, “Holy smokes. You are so smoking hot right now.” And then, “Where the hell did you get those dance moves?” It’s really special.
Chase: INTJ’s and INFJ’s, Se inferior is pretty cool in that way, because one second … it’s like they have an on and off switch, right? It’s like, “Okay, I’m off most of the time, right? And then I’m on.” And it’s like, “Whoa. Where did that come from? Please, let’s keep dancing.” And then you get worn out so much afterwards, because it’s like, “I didn’t even know I had it in me.” It’s because they can even lead on the dance floor in such an awesome way. I highly recommend it some time. If you’re an intuitive perceiver, find yourself an INTJ or an INFJ, and take them to the dance floor, and you’ll see exactly what I’m talking about. It’s awesome.
Chase: Also, there’s a good old Si demon. Now, Si demon is super dangerous. It is their connection with the past. Never, ever ask an INTJ about their past, or their past memories, their past lovers, stay away from their past. It is a bad idea to be talking about their past, or asking them, “Why don’t you know this already?” Or, “Why haven’t you studied this already?” Or, “Tell me more about your family.” Just don’t delve on their personal experience.
Chase: Luckily, I’m an ENTP, and I have Se demon, which means I really don’t care about the personal experience of other people. I only really care about my personal experience. I don’t care about INTJ experience, so I never ask. That’s what makes us go good together, because I never ask them. The same goes for ENTJ’s, they don’t really care about their past either, it’s their Si trickster. It’s like, “Okay, yeah. Well, I’m never going to ask either.” So then they don’t have to worry about trying to remember to tell me a story, because their mind doesn’t care that much about that past event, so why do they have to care? Right? It’s the same thing. There’s no reason for it, there’s no reason at all. So stay away from the connection to their past.
Chase: Now, if they have gone out of their way to give you a good experience, and they’ve crafted this good experience for you, they’re showing you, or they’re working on a project for you, and all of a sudden, you tell them that you think it’s crap, or you don’t even give them kudos on it, or you don’t give them credit, they really care about credit. Credit’s not the same thing as recognition, I mean, it kind of is, but when I say recognition, that’s social recognition. But credit is just having their names on the credits after a production. You know what I mean? Of some kind, just having their name placed somewhere. That’s a very Te thing, it’s all about the reputation. If you do not thank them for giving you a good experience, or at least react in such a way where they know for a fact that they are giving you a good experience, or if you make fun of them, and how they sound, or how they look, or how they dress, they will hate you, and will engage their Si demon, big time.
Chase: When that happens, they become the ISFJ’s super ego, which makes them into judge, jury, and executioner, all in one. You will find yourself already beheaded on the guillotine, completely cut off from them for all eternity, never to come back again, because you are literally dead to them, because once they have you in an Si demon memory, where you’re just this person, “Somebody I used to know,” and you’re in that zone, there is nothing you can do. If you betray them, they’re already mistrustful, but if you betray them, if you betray their trust for sure, if you show disloyalty in that regard, if you are disloyal to your INTJ, into that zone you go, and it’s as if you are dead to them, because they just literally lopped your head off, judge, jury, and executioner. You have just been executed mentally in their head, and that’s it. You are no longer even human to these people, and they will have nothing to do with you ever again.
Chase: It’s like looking at someone, and realizing that, “Wow, you are so stupid because you betrayed me, and if you’re that stupid, I will not have anything to do with you ever again.” INFJ’s approach that a little bit differently, but it’s pretty similar. Watch out for the ISFJ super ego, it will sell you down river if it remotely sniffs a scent of disloyalty from people. Not only that, because they’re already mistrustful with their Ne nemesis, INTJ’s have this problem where they will assume that you’ve betrayed them. They will assume that you’re mistrustful and shady, and they will assume, and jump to the conclusion in Ni hero, with their Se inferior, and assume that you’ve done something wrong, and they will go demon mode, and then they’ll cut you off. It’s like, “But I don’t even know what just happened.” Because they’re triple movement, right? They’re doing it way too quick.
Chase: So they will jump to a conclusion based on an assumption, and then they will go Si demon mode, and make a decision to cut you out of their life, and then all of a sudden, you’re left like, “What happened?” Then when you try to talk to them about it, they’re like, “You know what you did wrong. You know.” And it’s like, “No, actually, I don’t. I don’t know what I did wrong. Could you explain it to me?” “No, you’re not good enough for me to explain it to. You’re not smart enough. If you’re not smart enough to figure it out, then we’re done here. There’s nothing else to talk about.” So it’s just the way of Si demon.
Chase: To prevent having a problem with an Si demon, show loyalty. Really show that preferential loyal treatment to your INTJ. Tell them that you make them comfortable, and if they do make you uncomfortable, say something. You have to say something. An INTJ can only do something if they know what’s being said. They can’t really do anything if you’re not complaining. They’re okay with you complaining, because then that allows them to change themselves, and improve themselves, or to solve the problem. INTJ’s are problem solvers, even though Ti Fe’s are typically the problem solvers of the relationships, but their Ti critic wants to stay in court. It wants to be able to solve a problem. My allergies are crazy today.
Chase: Anyway, that is my video on the INTJ personality. If you found this video to be helpful or educational, please leave a like or subscribe. I appreciate all those of you who have been supporting my channel, and also the video requests I’ve been getting are awesome, and the comments I’ve been getting are awesome. Please keep it coming guys, I’ll be releasing a discord server soon, and also the retweets have also been fantastic as well. Thank you very much for all of that. Tomorrow’s video will be the INFJ, and that will complete the see it through types for this series. I’m also going to be doing the final video of the how intimate relationships actually work. I’ll be doing the final video of that series very soon. So with all that, I’ll see you guys tonight.