Love of God Podcast Personality Quoter Wine
 

4 Temperaments

ESTJ

Administrator/Supervisor

Guardian (SJ) - Security

ESTP

Promoter

Artisan (SP) - Sensation

ESFJ

Seller/Provider

Guardian (SJ) - Security

ESFP

Entertainer/Performer

Artisan (SP) - Sensation

 

 

 

ENTJ

Field Marshall

Rational (NT) - Knowledge

ENTP

Inventor

Rational (NT) - Knowledge

ENFJ

Pedagogue/Teacher

Idealist (NF) - Identity

ENFP

Journalist/Champion

Idealist (NF) - Identity

 

 

 

ISTJ

Trustee/Inspector

Guardian (SJ) - Security

ISTP

Artisan/Crafter

Artisan (SP) - Sensation

ISFJ

Conservator/Protector

Guardian (SJ) - Security

ISFP

Artist/Composer

Artisan (SP) - Sensation

 

 

 

INTJ

Scientist/Mastermind

Rational (NT) - Knowledge

INTP

Architect

Rational (NT) - Knowledge

INFJ

Author/Counselor

Idealist (NF) - Identity

INFP

Questor/Healer

Idealist (NF) - Identity

 
Observing similar temperaments, psychologist David Keirsey grouped the 16 types into 4 categories: Guardian (SJ), Artisan (SP), Rational (NT), Idealist (NF).

Temperament is the set of natural "first choice" inclinations we are born with (literally "a mixture or complexion"); wheras character is the set of habits we acquire and (literally "engrave or distinguish") as we grow and mature over a lifetime.

Temperament is predisposition, character is disposition.
 

Temperament Comparisons

 

Guardian

Artisan Rational

Idealist

Temperament

SJ

SP NT NF
Percentage 46% 22% 15% 17%
Spirituality Ignatius Francis of Assisi Aquinas Augustine
Humour Melancholic Sanguine Choleric Phlegmatic
Transcendental Goodness Beauty Truth Being/one/harmony
Greek Epimetheus Dionysius Prometheus Apollo
Description Hindsight Drink Wine Foresight Reach for the Sky
Time Past Present Future All time (eternity)
Management Stabilizer Fire Fighter Visionary Energizer
Chemical Serotonin Dopamine Testosterone Estrogen
Salutation Help Please Yer welcome Sorry
Outlook Pessimist Optimist Realist Idealist
Disorder OCD ADHD ADD Perfectionism
Reactions Slow Fast Fast Slow
Responses

Lasting

Fades Lasting Fades
Social Presence

Background

Foreground Foreground Background
People/Tasks Tasks People Tasks People
Element Water Air Fire Earth
Beatle George Paul John Ringo
Star Trek Kirk McCoy Spock Enterprise
Gary Smalley

Beaver

Otter Lion Golden Retriever
DISC vid/audio Steadfast Influencer Dominance Concientious
Divine office Priest Prophet Kng Messiah (all)
Gospel Luke Matthew Mark John
Gospel symbol Ox Man Lion Eagle
Godhead Son Spirit Father Trinity


Note:
The 16 types are divided by Myers-Briggs into 4 temperaments (shown above).
The 16 types are divided by Jung into 4 functions.

Myers Briggs studies a type's being (what one likes doing);
vs. Jung who studies a type's doing (what one is good at doing).

Myers Briggs studies the why  (motivation and goal); input/output
vs. Jung who studies thw how (function); processing.

Jung's version is more complicated, but if inclined, see Jungian Functions