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Which MBTI personality type is the follow the rules by the book type but before I can answer please consider subscribing the channel so Chris Roberts finally releases Star Citizen and we can all move on with our lives instead of watching our family members get stuck in his pipe dream and hit the alert bell so that you can stay up to date on like when I go, go live and whatnot. That being said, What’s up you go hackers, I’m CS Joseph here to answer your questions on Union analytical psychology and the four sides of the mind. And a source of today’s question is Shinya husky. And let’s take a look shall we? There may be several but the ISFJ comes to mind.

Perhaps also ISTJ is and ESTJ is these are all the Guardian traditionalist types. Ooh, we got some money from the CSJ community on this one. This is dope. ESTJ’s make great school teachers.

ISTJ is make great librarian secretaries and even computer scientists and iossef J’s make the best soldiers the way I understand it. With a high level of SI Introverted Sensing you have a strong focus on the past and traditions are a big thing. Accurate. I don’t know so much about ESFJ’s.

They’re also a guardian traditionalists who maybe you can add them to the list true. As for all the other types, you have the artisans they are probably somewhat a rebellious bunch ESTP ESFP, ISTP ISFP they will probably burn your rulebook and write their own. Well said the intellectuals which are INTJ, intp, INTJ and intp. Live in the future and prefer to optimize systems rather than following your arbitrary rules preach it bro.

En DJs care a lot about optimize systems can you prove that your rulebook is optimized? Isn’t it obsolete and really nothing but wasted paper? Ha. Music to my ears could sir. Music to my ears. I don’t care what else he read, wrote I’m up voting as quickly as I can.

I NTPs are so focused on truth that they don’t care about rules, they just consider you to be stupid if you wave your random rules in their face. As an example, our Einstein’s discoveries cause science to have to rethink its whole mathematical foundation accepting non Euclidean geometry as a more correct alternative. Someone abiding by the rules couldn’t have come up with those theories preach it. As for the idealists, ENFJ, ENFP, INFJ and INFP they don’t give a damn about your rulebook and sometimes they do if it suits their purpose.

John Lennon who was an INFP is a great example of an idealist just being damaged growing up with strict rule system Wow, well set that’s for INFJs the movie Good Will Hunting features a damaged INFJ and its troubles with the establishment. Oh, love it. Martin Luther King ENFJ or INFJ he’s an ENFJ is a great example of an ideal is to find the system Mahatma Gandhi INFJ is another and some also identifies Jesus of Nazareth as an INFJ did the same. Well said sir and Kelly Russo lifelong student of behavior, I Sj is like to follow the rules of society, especially ISTJ is si dominance means they like getting things doing things the traditional way, the beaten path, basically, the FE of the INFJ.

Sometimes they seem to want to follow the rules about being a good person. And the hard and fast by the book. I kind of disagree with that. Like for example, my INFJ mother in law who is NTP focused and a little bit more pragmatic than the typical iossef J is willing to break or bend the rules when necessary, especially dealing with you know, my wife or ESTP daughter who consistently forces that issue, which honestly, it’s healthy for her mother’s so good on her.

Anyway, yeah, I’m not really going to continue with this, there’s really no reason. So there’s kind of like two answers. What MBTI personality type is the follow the rules by the book type more than anyone, it’s definitely going to be the ISTJ hands down more than anyone in terms of rule following rule enforcement. And the second one is going to be the ES TJ.

And like, the ESC j is like very project management oriented whatnot. But ISTJ is, this is one of the reasons why they’re the most successful doctors, at least not successful. I say most common, most common doctors, they’re also the most common lawyers, most common CPAs, accountants, etc. Because it’s all about rule following.

And ISTJ is, you know, from their point of view, it’s like, well, I just follow the rules, that’s all I have to deal with. And they’re like, Oh, this is easy. Who cares? You know, I just I just read a bunch of things and follow the rules. That’s all I gotta do it and they make money doing, they just make money following the rules.

And that’s why they’re attached to those kinds of businesses, or ways of doing things or you know, those those those walks of life or their career, et cetera. This is what is TJs are all about because they’re the best rule follower. Don’t ask them to do something to go outside of the rules, they’re probably going to be pretty insecure about that and very scared. They’re always going to say, well, that’s a liability.

I don’t want to go to jail. You always hear them saying that all the time, because they’re always trying to reduce liability. You’re always trying to increase safety and reduce risk whenever possible, because to them, risk and risky behavior is as a result of following the rules. Now, that being said, ISTJ out of all the types is the follow the rules.

So by the book type Absolutely, with second place being like ESTJ, for example. However, that’s not to say that 50% of the diets prefer to follow the rules over just being independent and making their own decisions per se. And that’s comes from being affiliative affiliative types are so focused on doing the right thing versus pragmatic types, which are so focused on doing the best thing, the best way of doing something that’s pragmatic, right. And sometimes the best way to do something is not following the rules is not doing the right thing is not doing the good thing.

Sometimes the best thing means you have to harm other people to get the best outcome, or break all of the rules to get the best outcome. Right. So affiliative types, which are all the SJ types, also known as the guardian temperament, and all the idealist types, also known as the NF temperament, right? These types, these two temperaments to make up half of the types of 50% of the types out there, or affiliated 50% of the types out there are trying to do the right thing. 50% of the types out there are all about following the rules.

Now some of those affiliative types follow the rules less than other ones, the ones that follow the rules the most are the guardians, the ones that follow the rules, but don’t do as much as guardians are the NF Fs, right? So these are most particular out of the NF NF peas follow the rules far more than the NFJ’s because of how traditional they can be. But at the same time, you know, it’s kind of up to interpretation. That’s a little bit of conjecture, because you have to solve for cognitive focus, right? If you don’t know what cognitive focus is, you can learn all about cognitive focus by with a journeyman membership or initiate membership to watch more of season 18, which talks about collagen and focus, you could do that at CS joseph.ly. Forward slash members.

Anyway, folks, the bottom line absolutely is that the MBTI type that is followed by the book is The ISTJ type. I mean, no one’s better at paperwork or financial management than them. This is why ISPs could really benefit from having sexual relationships with the ISTJ is so to the ISTJ is can protect them from their own irresponsibility because ISTJ is or the Always On paper, the most responsible and have the highest potential for responsibility and personal responsibility out of all of the 16 types, much to the chagrin of the ESPYs around them, who actually just want to break the rules with them. And sometimes the ISTJ will go along with it.

But not often. I mean, unless you want to like randomly drive through a neighborhood and adopt a cat and then drive around with the side cat and then come back later and return it. No one does that. But somehow it happens.

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