Here’s How Structured You Are, According to Your Personality Type

Here’s How Structured You Are, According to Your Personality Type

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Here’s How Structured You Are, According to Your Personality Type

Written By Kirsten Moodie

Here’s How Structured You Are, According to Your Personality Type

While structure can really help some people maintain a sense of purpose in their lives, it can frustrate others immensely. Here is how you respond to structure, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs do enjoy having some structure in their lives, and can become uneasy if things are too messy. INFJs feel comfortable with a certain amount of structure and don’t want things to get too out of control in their lives. If things are too spontaneous or last minute it can throw them off, and make it difficult for them to focus on the physical world around them. INFJs are naturally intuitive people, who spend a lot of time inside of their own minds. Having certain things planned out can help give them enough time to focus on what they need to do in order to pull out their own thoughts.

ENFJ

Maintaining some sort of structure in their lives is very important for ENFJs. They often have so many different things going on in their lives, that it is important for them to keep it all together. ENFJs need to maintain a sense of organization and structure so that they can ensure that they keep everything together. They are often taking care of the needs of others, and work hard to make sure everyone is happy. This puts of a lot of pressure on the ENFJs shoulders, which means they need to ensure that it is all organized properly.

INFP

INFPs definitely don’t require structure in order to function, and actually enjoy having things a little messy. For INFPs it is more enjoyable to take things as they come at them, and wants life to be a little spontaneous. INFPs can become frustrated if someone tries to structure their lives too much, since they truly dislike feeling controlled. INFPs don’t mind a small amount of structure and organization in order to get things done, but at the same time a little chaos is perfectly comfortable for them.

ENFP

ENFPs definitely do not enjoy a lot of structure in their lives, since they like to feel free to explore new things. If their lives are too scheduled or organized the ENFPs will feel stuck and even a bit trapped. They want to feel free to make their own choices, and change their minds without a moment’s notice. This is why ENFPs are often seen as spontaneous people, and this is likely because their minds are constantly jumping from one thought to the next so quickly.

 

INTJ

INTJs definitely enjoy having a certain amount of structure in their lives, since it helps them maintain focus. INTJs are always trying to absorb new knowledge and love anything that challenges their minds. Having their lives disorganized and messy, is really just a distracting for the INTJ. They want things to be structured in a way that they understand, and helps them to focus on what is truly important to them. INTJs hate anything that wastes their time and energy, and having to constantly make last minute decisions is just stressful and distracting.

ENTJ

ENTJs truly enjoy structure, since it helps them maintain a sense of control over their lives. When things become messy or disorganized in their lives, the ENTJ can become distracted too easily. They want to keep things scheduled in a way that helps them focus on what is important. ENTJs value efficiency more than anything else, and structure helps them to keep things going in the right direction. If they are constantly having to make last minute decisions or deal with people changing their minds, it can definitely hold things back.

INTP

INTPs don’t want too much structure in their lives, since they enjoy being able to be spontaneous. INTPs need a combination of structure and freedom in order to get things done in a productive manner. INTPs do enjoy a sense of space and freedom to make their own choices, and don’t want everything to be scheduled or controlled. They need to have plenty of room to change their minds, especially if they believe it is the right direction to go in. At the same time INTPs benefit from a little bit of structure in their lives, but this is organization that they need to commit to themselves.

ENTP

ENTPs definitely don’t like having a lot of structure in their lives, and enjoy being spontaneous. They want to feel free to change their minds last minute, without having some rule book tossed at them. ENTPs don’t want to feel tied down to a strict schedule, and enjoy people who can go with the flow. ENTPs constantly have a million thoughts rattling around inside of their brains, which is why they need plenty of freedom to bounce from one activity to the next.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs definitely desire a sense of structure in their lives, and really need it in order to maintain focus. ISTJs believe in working hard and being efficient, which is why too much messiness can frustrate them. They need a sense of purpose in their lives, and having structure helps them acquire this. ISTJs want to have organization and structure in order to focus on what is important for them. When they don’t have to make last minute decision it really helps the ISTJ focus on getting things done.

ESTJ

ESTJs value efficiency in their lives, which is why structure really benefits them. If things become too disorganized the ESTJ will become frustrated and distracted. They need to feel prepared for things, which is why structure really helps them maintain focus. ESTJs believe that it is important to have a strong work ethic, and want to be the best at whatever they do. In order to be the best, they need to keep things organized and properly structured in their lives.

ISFJ

ISFJs definitely value having a sense of structure in their environment, especially so that they can keep things positive for others. ISFJs are always trying to take care of their loved ones, and need to maintain focus in order to do this. If things become too messy for them, it can be a distraction from what truly matters. ISFJs enjoy having structure so that they can always be prepared for what might happen and can handle the situation properly.

ESFJ

ESFJs care deeply about their loved ones, and are often focused on taking care of their needs. In order to properly care for others the ESFJ requires a certain amount of structure in their lives. Stepping away from this sort of structure can really cause them problems, and might put their loved ones happiness at risk. ESFJs want to maintain a sense of harmony in their environment, which is why being spontaneous can be a bit unnerving for them.

 

ISTP

ISTPs don’t require much structure in their lives, and might become uncomfortable if they feel controlled. ISTPs enjoy freedom and want to feel capable of doing whatever they please without being held back. If someone attempts to control the ISTP they will likely fight against this, and dislike someone wanted to hover over their decisions. ISTPs enjoy being spontaneous, and will often bounce from one thing to the next rather quickly.

ESTP

ESTPs aren’t really fans of too much structure, and can become frustrated if they feel like they are being controlled. ESTPs want to feel free to make their own choices, and enjoy being a little spontaneous. They can often bounce from one thing to the next rather quickly, and thrive when they are free to seek out adventure and excitement. ESTPs are intense individuals, who don’t want to feel like someone is attempting to control them, which is why structure can make them feel trapped.

ISFP

ISFPs aren’t fans of too much structure, since they are often seen as free-spirited people. They want to explore new things, and enjoy following their hearts. ISFPs are very responsive in the present moment, and dislike having to stress about the future. They want to soak up their surroundings, and enjoy being able to focus on whatever inspires them most. Being trapped by some sort of schedule or structure, is really unnerving for an ISFP.

ESFP

ESFPs definitely don’t enjoy structure, and can become bored with it rather quickly. They are spontaneous people who enjoy being able to try and explore new things. Being stuck in the same boring schedule is one of the worst things possible for an ESFP. They thrive when they are capable of jumping into something new, and want to experience excitement and adventure in their lives. Structure is really just a way to keep the ESFP trapped, and they dislike feeling controlled in any way.

 

 

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