How Each Myers Briggs (MBTI) Type Acts In An Emergency

How Each Myers Briggs (MBTI) Type Acts In An Emergency

by Personality Growth

How Each Myers Briggs (MBTI) Type Acts In An Emergency

Everyone has their own ways of dealing with struggles, but an emergency is an entirely different kind of struggle. Here is a list that explains how each Myers Briggs type acts in a state of emergency.

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INFJ- They retreat into their own magical world until someone rescues them.

INFP- They don’t panic but they do become excitable.

INTJ- They don’t know what to do, and become anxious because of the lack of plan involved.

INTP- Try to calmly and logically figure out the best way to solve the problem.

ENFJ- Become worked up but try and make sure that everyone that they care about is safe.

ENFP- Become concerned with keeping themselves safe in the moment.

ENTJ- Attempt to organize everyone ineffectively.

ENTP- Try and think of multiple ideas to help the situation.

ISFJ- Make sure the people that they care about are safe.

ISFP- They become Rambo.

ISTJ- They follow the drills they have been practicing for years.

ISTP- They help the less capable people.

ESFJ- They convince everyone that everything is fine.

ESFP- Constantly remind everyone that this is an emergency.

ESTJ- They yell orders and tell everyone that is freaking out to shut up.

ESTP- Tell the ENTJ to be quiet and demand that everyone follow their plan instead.

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