We want a partner who believes in our work, our goals, and our abilities. Most INTJs aren’t great at reading subtle cues — which is why appreciate when people are direct about their thoughts.
We believe competence and loyalty go hand in hand; we do not trust a partner who simply cheers for us if we cannot also count on their counsel and good judgment. This is so simple that I think some partners are scared of it. But to an INTJ, understanding and resolving a problem is much more important than avoiding confrontation.
All issues are covered and Bud shares his years of experience and knowledge. This is a very informative presentation and a must for the first time user!
We let very few people into our “inner circle,” and when we do, we have high expectations.
The Odessa trip was wonderful and the Tour itself was the experience of a lifetime.
I would like to extend my thanks to you and the entire team for making this experience possible.
Many INTJs eschew short-term flings and hit the brakes at the first sign of infatuation — because we’re already wondering if it will work long-term.
The INTJ is a rare personality type, even among introverts, and not many people “get” us.