INFJ - By: Alyssa Bland
Determined & Passionate
Closed Book & Speed Reader
Truth, Beauty, & Purpose
First and foremost, INFJs need to find meaning in their work, to know that they are helping and connecting with people – an INFJ Ferrari salesperson is a non-sequitur. This desire to help and connect makes careers in healthcare, especially the more holistic varieties, very rewarding for INFJs – roles as counselors, psychologists, doctors, life coaches and spiritual guides are all attractive options.
INFJs’ needs don’t end at meaning though – any productive work can be rationalized to be meaningful, as any productive work helps someone, somewhere. INFJs crave creativity too, the ability to use their insight to connect events and situations, effecting real change in others’ lives personally. I do want to have a purpose in life. I want to do something good. I want to make a change. I love photography and find so much beauty in the world. Nature cannot lie. I feel that taking pictures of nature will open people's eyes to how beautiful the world really is.