Here’s How Closely You Pay Attention to Details, Based on Your Personality Type

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Here’s How Closely You Pay Attention to Details, Based on Your Personality Type

Written By Kirsten Moodie

Here’s How Closely You Pay Attention to Details, Based on Your Personality Type

While some people are great at paying attention to details, others prefer to look at the bigger pictures. Here is how closely you pay attention to details, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs are definitely good at recognizing certain details, but they are more drawn to the bigger picture. While the INFJ might pay close attention to their loved ones and all of their tiny details, they don’t always recognize the same details in themselves. For the INFJ it is more about prioritizing the importance of the details that they recall readily. They do however subconsciously catalog information, and process it in a way that helps them come to conclusions about the future. This comes from their intuition and is not something the INFJ does consciously.

ENFJ

ENFJs are definitely focused on the big picture and believe that is very important. At the same time they are decent at paying attention to smaller details, since they often have to juggle so many things at once. In order to pay attention to their constant daily tasks the ENFJ needs to be capable of recalling certain smaller details. They might not do this naturally though, and might require plenty of notes and reminders so that they can keep track of everything that is important to them. ENFJs simply prefer to focus on prioritizing what matters and find it exhausting to have to pay very close attention to smaller details.

INFP

INFPs definitely aren’t interested in paying close attention to pointless details, and often prioritize what they give recognition to. INFPs are interested in the bigger picture and hold value in things that have deeper meaning. It can be frustrating for them to work on tasks that require constant attention to the slightest details, and will certainly struggle in something so confining. INFPs enjoy approaching things in an open-minded way, which allows them to observe the many different possibilities around them. They dislike having to pay attention to details and prefer looking at the picture as a whole. This is often because INFPs have strong black and white morals, which don’t really match up with being someone who draws out details.

ENFP

ENFPs are capable of noticing small details, but they prefer to look at the big pictures. Their minds pick up information and can often be extremely observant about what they see. While ENFPs are good at observing and paying attention to their surroundings, they really don’t enjoy paying attention to details. They often go around following the rules and would rather approach things from a unique perspective. ENFPs don’t want to have to constantly pay attention to minor details and often prioritize the larger and more meaningful things in life.

 

INTJ

INTJs are definitely skilled at paying attention to the details, because they find facts to be very important. In order to have an accurate view of the information the INTJ wants to gather as many facts as possible, even the smallest of details. They dislike leaving anything out, and don’t mind having to pay close attention. It can come naturally for them to catalog information in order to discover the truth. While INTJs do pay attention to the details in front of them, they use them to come to a more accurate conclusion of the future and the more important things in life.

ENTJ

ENTJs definitely believe in paying attention to details, because missing anything important often means making mistakes. They want to be sure to recognize the details and the facts in front of them so that they can be as efficient as possible. ENTJs want to be sure that they can get everything done effectively and sincerely, and work hard to make sure they follow their instincts in the right direction. ENTJs do pay attention to details, this is because they want to be sure they are following the facts and uncovering the truth that is in front of them.

INTP

INTPs aren’t big on the smaller details since they are much more drawn to the bigger picture. INTPs want to view the world in an open manner, ripe with wonder and possibilities. Getting caught up on the small details can leave the INTP feelings frustrated and annoyed sometimes. They do however believe in paying attention to the important facts, and strive to be as precise as possible. For them it is more about focusing on the details that truly matter, and ignoring the ones that don’t provide them any sort of value. INTPs are well-rounded people who don’t like leaving any stone unturned, at-least long enough to observe the information.

ENTP

ENTPs do believe that certain details are important, but they would rather focus on the bigger picture. ENTPs want to feel completely free to explore the many possibilities around them without feeling bogged down by too many details. For the ENTP it is more important to gather information and come to conclusions that include facts combined with their natural intuitive abilities. ENTPs do look at the world in a broader sense though and become bored when they have closely pay attention to details that seem completely unimportant.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs are very detail-oriented people and find it helpful to observe the facts. They are skilled at paying close attention to the details that are in front of them, and actually prefer this. They catalog facts and information so that they can make more informed decisions. For ISTJs paying attention to the details helps them navigate life and be better at their jobs. In order to be truly efficient the ISTJ feels it is important to look closely at the details in front of them, instead of looking at things in a more vague way.

ESTJ

ESTJs believe is important to pay close attention to the details in front of them, instead of looking at the big picture. In order to be truly efficient ESTJs want to catalog facts and paying attention to even the smallest details. They value efficiency more than anything else, which requires complete accuracy. ESTJs often find it helpful to pay attention to details, which can cause them to appear a bit malicious at times. For ESTJs it comes naturally to notice the details around them, especially the ones that are more practical in nature.

ISFJ

For ISFJs paying attention to details is an effective way to maintain their environment in a harmonious manner. They want to be sure that their loved ones are properly cared for and will recognize even the smallest changes in them. ISFJs are more interested in the details that they find valuable, which are often relating to the people around them. They often have many tasks that they need to keep track of, which does require paying attention to the details. For ISFJs details are more important than a bigger picture, since they are focused on tending to the needs of those around them.

ESFJ

ESFJs do believe in paying attention to details, especially when it comes to their loved ones. They will recognize even the smallest changes in their behavior, and want to be sure they are properly cared for. ESFJs also remember details about their loved ones, like dates and important interest of theirs. They often believe it is important to pay closer attention to details, but only the ones that affect their loved ones and themselves. For the ESFJ their ability to recognize details is connected to their loved ones and caring for them.

 

ISTP

ISTPs do pay attention to details, since they are often very precise and accurate people. They believe in cataloging facts and information in order to make the most informed decisions. ISTPs focus more on the smaller details in the present moment, than they do the larger picture. They live very much in the moment since they believe it is important to live their lives with a sense of freedom and adventure.

ESTP

ESTPs do pay close attention to details, and believe that facts are truly important. They will remember even the smallest details from their past, and can recall surprising specifics. For the ESTP it comes natural to pay attention to details, even the ones that seem unimportant to others. They recognize the physical world around them and will notice even the smallest of changes that occur. For the ESTP the details that matter are the ones that they can perceive with their own eyes.

ISFP

ISFPs can certainly perceive physical details around them but they are more interested in looking at the world from a unique perspective. They want to follow their own instincts instead of letting themselves become hung up on details that don’t matter to them. For the ISFP the details that hold a deeper meaning or value for them are the only ones that they will recall or actually pay close attention to.

ESFP

ESFPs do pay attention to details, especially the physical ones they perceive in the moment. They are very connected to the present and don’t want to lose sight of what matters to them most. ESFPs aren’t really focused on the larger picture and value living their lives with a sense of freedom. For them the only details that matter are the ones they can perceive in the moment and that they find value in somehow. ESFPs are often good at recalling specific memories and unusual details that others might not even recognize.

 

 

 

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