Here’s Who You Were In High School Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

Here’s Who You Were In High School Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

ESFJ

You were popular. High school was a place where you naturally thrived, as you enjoyed navigating the politics that came along with placing one thousand angsty teenagers together and forcing them to mingle relentlessly. You dated often, played whatever sport it was cool to play and were probably kind of mean for the first couple of years. You still miss high school a bit, to be honest.

ENFP

You were either the class clown or the drama geek, possibly both. You had a strange, disjointed friend group that ranged from total nerds to reigning socialites and mostly you just floated around. You couldn’t wait to finish high school and go do your gap year in Zimbabwe, which you talked about pretty unceasingly.

ESTP

You were a jock. You were the first of your friends to get laid and you enjoyed the sense of superiority it brought you. You popped your collar, played a lot of sports and possibly dealt a few drugs on the side. Teachers liked you so you skimmed by in school. High school was a good time for you.

INTJ

You were a stereotypical nerd. You took advanced placement everything and consistently achieved straight As. You didn’t have much time for the politics or drama of high school because you were busy preparing your application for Harvard, which you got into by the end of your junior year. High school was a largely uninteresting time for you and you regarded it only as a means to the end of higher education.

INTP

You were a less stereotypical nerd. You were smart but didn’t much care for the way most subjects were taught and chose to skip school quite a bit. The social scene didn’t much interest you, save for a few friends who you sat with at lunch and talked Star Wars with. You pretty much just rode high school out, earning decent grades with minimal effort and frustrating teachers with your consistent refusal to ‘apply yourself.’

ESFP

You held all of the parties worth going to in high school. You were effortlessly popular and widely desired by the opposite sex. You had a natural knack for athleticism, fashion and charming others, which allowed you to be dominant without engaging in the deadly sin of trying too hard. Everyone wanted to be you or be on you and high school was a time that you enjoyed.

ENTP

You were the hot nerd. You could usually be found arguing with teachers and authority figures over the latest lesson that they were wrong about, just because you felt like raising hell. You were a badass with brains and it was sexy. High school was okay but you couldn’t wait to get out and have complete autonomy over your life.

ISTP

You were the skater boy Avril Lavigne was singing about. You were punk back when punk was a thing and your attitude of genuine aloofness was attractive to the opposite sex (Unfortunately you were too aloof to notice). You thought high school was, in a word, meh. But that was your opinion on everything.

ENFJ

You were the valedictorian. You were well-liked, high-achieving, head of several social committees and you probably planned prom. You were the person everyone else’s moms asked them why they couldn’t be more like.

ISFP

You were the quiet, artistic kid with awesome taste in music. Social status wasn’t your greatest concern but you were just alternative enough to be considered cool and got invited to all the right parties. You were known for always bringing a blunt and for being surprisingly insightful.

ISTJ

You were probably the hall monitor. Sticking to the rules was your jam and you consistently achieved straight A’s through hard work, dedication and diligence. Once you memorized basic social protocol you got on okay with your peers but never cared to get too involved in the social scene. You were over high school by your sophomore year and couldn’t wait to be around levelheaded adults in the real world.

ESTJ

You were the high school bully. You quickly picked up on social protocols and rose to the top of the food chain because others feared your wrath. You were a somewhat obnoxious teenager who could usually be found taking lunch money off the emo kids or picking a fight to flex your muscles.

INFJ

You were a band geek. Your best friends were fellow band geeks, one of whom you lost your virginity to and then dated on and off until high school ended. You got straight A’s, but that was a given. When you were not in band practice you could be found reading alone in the library, wearing an “I <3 Nerds” t-shirt and eyeing up the hot ENTP.

ISFJ

You were the teacher’s pet. You got straight A’s, scraped by socially and ended up marrying your high school sweetheart. You were too sweet to be picked on but too shy to be popular so you stuck close to a few good friends and just rode your teen years out.

ENTJ

You were the student body president. You kept a tight reign on your social standing, extra curricular presence and grade point average. You were neurotic but in a way that worked for you. You were voted “Most likely to become the next President” in your high school yearbook, which you oversaw the production for.

INFP

You were a bookworm. You could be found on the fringes of the social scene, hanging out with emo or hipster kids and daydreaming through most of your classes. You weren’t a huge fan of high school because it didn’t provide you with ample opportunity to express yourself. You knew that once you got into the real world it’d be your chance to shine.

Here’s How You Are In Bed Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

Here’s How You Are In Bed Based On Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

ENFP

You don’t enjoy sex if you don’t have an emotional connection with your partner. That being said, you connect emotionally with just about everyone you meet so this isn’t really a problem for you. You’re a warm and enthusiastic lover who enjoys exploring all facets of their sexuality. You don’t NEED sex in the physical sense of the word but as soon as you meet someone you’re excited about, it is ON. In whatever weird new way you can think of.

ENFJ

You get off on making other people happy so when you’re in a committed relationship, your sex drive is through the roof. You err on the conventional side sexually but that’s not necessarily a bad thing – you’re a giver in life and a giver in the bedroom. Y’all hate to ever disappoint.

INTJ

You see sex as a challenge (Okay you see everything as a challenge). You want to be constantly improving sexually and consistently finding new ways to make the experience more intense for both yourself and your partner (Edging must have been invented specifically for and by the INTJs). The flip side of this highly mental game is that you can occasionally let loose during sex – you enjoy the rare opportunity to temporarily detach from your over-active mind and let your physical impulses take over. It’s not often your brain gets a break – sex can occasionally provide that outlet.

ESTJ

You approach sex the way you approach everything else – loudly, proudly and as a prime opportunity to flex your muscles. You take a great deal of enjoyment in sex but don’t focus much on connection. Can you last forever? Yes. But do your partners kind of feel like you’re just masturbating using their body? Also yes.

INFP

You guys put the love in lovemaking. Potential partners need to know that for you, sex is never strictly a physical affair. Getting it on is a matter of connecting emotionally with whomever you’re sleeping with, which is why the INFP/ENFJ duo is dynamite. The only thing you guys love more than romantic intimacy is reflecting on said intimacy once it’s over. You want a partner whose lovin’ makes you feel something.

ISTJ

Does the idea of having sex in a pre-determined position with a consistent partner at exactly 9pm on every Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday evening appeal to you? You must be an ISTJ. This type sees sex as a systematic part of any healthy relationship. While you do intrinsically enjoy doing the nasty (Who doesn’t?), you’re not keen to try anything crazy. People sleep with you when they want a predictably good time.

ISTP

You enjoy the physical component of sex much more so than the romantic/intimate portion. You’re highly visual and are turned on by immediately apparent stimuli – think lingerie, perfume, a swanky hotel suite that begs you to have sex in it. You’re not into anything too crazy sexually but you’re open to trying different things. You can err on the promiscuous side but if it requires work, forget it. You can masturbate alone. No issue there.

ESFJ

You’re a warm, affectionate lover who wants to make your partner happy above all else. You see sex as a concrete opportunity to show your partner how you feel about them and want to make sure that everyone’s enjoying him or herself throughout. Sex can occasionally feel like a chore, but you don’t mind getting it on if you’re not in the mood so long as it makes your partner happy. You’re sexually traditional but you make up for it in enthusiasm.

INTP

You have a hard time getting out of your head in bed. You need to feel a high level of comfort with a partner before you’re able to be intimate with them, emotionally or physically. That being said, once you come out of your shell, you get freaky (in a good way). You like to experiment and you enjoy when a partner exposes you to new ways of doing things. INTPs go through long periods of celibacy but are all in once someone gets them going.

ISFJ

Your goal is first and foremost to accommodate the person you’re sleeping with. Sex is an opportunity to physically display your love so it’s best with someone you’re involved with and committed to. You’re not naturally a freak in the sheets but whatever your partner is interested in you’re up for (within reason). You want to experience connection and show devotion to your partner, which sex offers a perfect opportunity for.

ENTP

Like most N-dominant types, you can be described as borderline sapiosexual. You don’t just want to fuck someone’s body – you want to delve in deep and fuck their mind. You’re turned on by the strange, the intelligent, the lustful and the downright kinky. The stranger and more perverted the fantasy, the better. You’re the reason why kink websites exist.

ISFP

You believe that actions speak louder than words, which means that a great way to show someone how much you care about them is to give them the good lovin’. You’re the very definition of sensual and you’re as physically creative in bed as you are in all other pursuits. Your partners feel appreciated, wanted and satisfied. Good work.

ESTP

You’re direct about what you want, which is great. You’re also athletic, interactive, engaged – all objectively good things when it comes to sex. Just remember that unlike sports, sex has an emotional component to it. If you’re not checking in with your partner to make sure they’re comfortable and enjoying him or herself, you’re not going to score more than once.

ENTJ

Is someone looking for a dominant, Christian Grey-style lover? Everyone knows that you’re the one to call. You’re imaginative and explorative in the bedroom, remaining highly receptive to your partner’s desires. Nothing pleases you more than knowing that your partner went on a unique, relatively kinky sexual journey – and that it was you who led them there fearlessly.

INFJ

You take a while to get physical. Before you get it on with someone you want to trust them, understand them, and connect with them on a core level. You aim to please in the bedroom, making sure your partner is eternally comfortable and happy around you. The best sex is intimate, passionate sex between two people who connect on a mental – borderline spiritual – level. Give you that and you’re a firecracker in the bedroom.

ESFP

You win at sex. First of all you have extroverted sensing paired with introverted feeling, which basically means that you ooze sexuality. You place a high emphasis on the satisfaction of your partner, you’re incredibly open-minded and your sheer set of physical/sexual skills is unmatchable. Simply put, you’re amazing in bed. Gold star. You’re the holy grail of sexual partners and don’t you ever forget it.

9 Unmistakable Signs You’re Dating An INTJ

9 Unmistakable Signs You’re Dating An INTJ
INTJs are the rational, strategic planners of the Myers-Briggs world. They hold high personal standards for both themselves and others. This analytical type finds themselves drawn to relationships with other intuitive-dominant types who place a high value on intellectual exploration. If the person you’re dating exhibits most of the following behaviors, chances are you’ve got an INTJ on your hands.

1. They’re taking forever to make a move.

INTJs are not impulsive people. In fact, it could take them years to properly decide whether or not the two of you make sense together. First they have to discern whether or not they are attracted to you. Then they have to assess your suitability as a partner. Last but certainly not least (in terms of time allocation), they have to form an action plan regarding which steps they should take to win you over. This process doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a long-ass time for an INTJ to make a move but when they do, you can bet your ass they’re serious about it.

2. You feel a little bit like they’re studying you.

INTJs are interested in people – what makes them tick, what pushes their buttons and how they operate on a rational and emotional level. In the initial stages of getting to know an INTJ it can feel like they’re constantly analyzing you – most conversations are focused on you and you are constantly hearing the words “Interesting,” or “I see.” It takes a bit for the INTJ to shift the focus onto him or herself – they like to listen first and reveal their opinions second.

3. They don’t take well to changing plans.

If you’ve planned a dinner date with an INTJ on Friday, please – for the love of God – do not call them up Thursday night and say you’d rather go to a party. INTJs plan out their every move – they have probably been contemplating your date on Friday since Monday. Changing the plan at the last minute is offsetting to them – and will almost never go over well.

4. Sex is as mental as it is physical.

To the INTJ, arousal is not purely instinctual. Attraction begins in the mind and the best way to get them in the mood is to mention a sexual fantasy that gets them thinking – hard. INTJs are creative, kinky lovers who view some parts of sex as a challenge. They want to constantly improve their game and continually get their partner off in better, more creative ways. This type enjoys the mental connection that comes with sexual intimacy just as much as they enjoy the raw physical component.

5. They understand your motivations better than you do.

We all sugar coat our own core feelings – it’s how we stay emotionally stable. The INTJ, however, isn’t interested in sugar coating anything. They analyze people exactly as they are – the good, the bad and the downright terrifying. They’re often able to identify what it is that inspires and drives you on a level that even you aren’t aware of. It’s a little bit creepy at first but it becomes incredibly useful over time. Just go with it. They get you and that is (usually) a good thing.

6. They react best to direct communication.

INTJs have no patience for passive-aggressive comments or subtle remarks. If something is amiss in the relationship, they appreciate being told point-blank what is wrong and what the best course of action would be to fix it. INTJs want to maintain harmony in a relationship – they simply don’t care to achieve it through guesswork.

7. They don’t argue from their emotions.

To an INTJ, every conflict is a puzzle to be solved. Though they can get their feathers ruffled just like any other type, their first reaction is always to break down a given situation, analyze what is or isn’t working and strive to improve upon the existing method of operation. Sound a little technical? Because it is. INTJs use logic to deal with just about every component of their lives – which means they’re going to need a bit of reflection time before they can tell you how they feel about a conflict.

8. They do, however, experience surprisingly strong emotions.

Once an INTJ has decided that you are the partner for them, they become highly emotionally invested in the relationship. Though they aren’t always the masters of showing it, INTJs are emotional – even romantic – at heart. They show their love by devoting themselves to the relationship and by tirelessly working to improve it.

9. When it ends, they need closure.

INTJs are balanced out by Ne dominant types – that is, ENFPs and ENTPs. The tricky part of this equation is that both types are a little less relationship-oriented than the serious INTJ. When a partner leaves the relationship with little warning, the INTJ has a difficult time moving on until they can fully understand the cause for the upheaval. Relationships are a puzzle just like everything else and the INTJ wants to solve it before they can finally put it to rest.

10 Things INFPs Want From The Person They are Dating

10 Things INFPs Want From The Person They are Dating

1. Meaning

INFPs are meaning-driven people. Everything in their life has a purpose or is helping them find a purpose — dating is no different. We want our partners to be deep people who will give us a sense of satisfaction in life. We want to feel like together, we are living a meaningful life. Be careful about dating an INFP if you are a person who loves doing things for show, competing with people, or getting/doing the “best” things for the sake of it. We’re best for people who love to look at the big picture and try to find a way to do something that feels meaningful every day.

2. Space

INFPs are introverts — this means they recharge their batteries by having quality time alone with themselves. It doesn’t mean they’re sick of you or that they don’t love hanging out with you and doing thing together, it’s just like how every human needs to sleep at night, INFPs need to take space every so often to keep functioning.

3. To be able to be our overly emotional selves

INFPs are emotional people. It’s who we are. We are sensitive and moody and we do the best we can to be reasonable about it, but we’re never going to be chill and breezy 100% of the time. All we want is assurance that this is okay, that we can be ourselves with you and you accept that we are deeply emotional people.

4. Someone who doesn’t think romance is cheesy

There’s a scene in Sex and the City where Carrie Bradshaw’s boyfriend of the moment plays piano and reads poetry to her and she and all her friends cringe at how corny it is. Except, actual people love playing piano and reading poetry out loud to their love. There is honestly nothing better than this. Sometimes I light 20 candles and lie in the bath and read — it’s just who I am. And I want someone who doesn’t think this is a cheesy Hollywood attempt at romance. They embrace it too.

5. Handling conflict with kid gloves

INFPs want nothing more than to be happy and make their partners happy. We want harmony. We want everyone to win. This makes the unavoidable conflict of being in a relationship difficult because it hurts us not only to be hurt but also to see our partners hurt (and know that we are the culprits).

Yes, in relationships we should have fights, but we should use them to grow and improve. We need partners who will remain calm and not say things in anger that will be difficult for us to forget after the fight is over. Work towards resolving the conflict, not lashing out in anger or hurting the other person because it feels better momentarily.

6. Physical touch

INFPs love touching and being touched. Holding hands when walking down the street, giving long back rubs at the end of a long week, cuddling on the couch while watching a movie — we love all of it. We need a partner who enjoys giving and receiving touch as well.

7. Being our better half in social settings

INFPs are not naturally social butterflies. We prefer quiet, meaningful get-togethers to big, loud parties. That doesn’t mean the latter can’t be fun once in awhile, we just need to warm up to them first. A perfect partner for an INFP can facilitated this by balancing our social skills with theirs. Introduce us to people and get the conversation going — we’ll take it from there!

8. Curiosity

Like Christopher Robin, INFPs are people who never grow out of childlike wonder. We love learning and thinking about the world around us. We love people who indulge in this, who want to fall asleep talking about what we think the stars are supposed to be for or why it feels good to scratch an itch. Other people might think this is pointless or even time-wasting, but it’s fun, interesting, and even relaxing. It’s what humans have done since the beginning of time — asking questions that have no knowable answers.

9. To be comfortable

And I don’t just mean emotionally. INFPs love to be cozy. You can always identify one because they have the most comfortable beds of anyone you know. They need a place that’s comfortable to stay up reading all night, or cuddling with their SO. INFPs also tend to be able to cook or bake very well, we like to satisfy all our human urges in the best way possible. You can participate in this by allowing us to spend a few minutes making the living room “ready” for a casual night in — candles, extra pillows, fancy drinks and snacks. Indulge us — you’ll get to reap the benefits.

10. To love and be loved

The closest to reality I’ve ever gotten to the meaning of question is the Ray Carver poem Late Fragment, “And did you get what you wanted from this life, even so? I did. And what did you want? To call myself beloved, to feel myself beloved on the earth.” INFPs love love. They love being loved and they love making others feel loved. We don’t have time for people who can’t access their emotions or who are afraid to be vulnerable. Vulnerability is all there is.

Here’s Exactly What To Gift People, Based On Their Myers-Briggs Type

Here’s Exactly What To Gift People, Based On Their Myers-Briggs Type

The Myers-Briggs type indicator is one of the most popular personality tests. It divides people in 16 types based on four preferences, each noted by a different letter: I (introverted) or E (extroverted), S (detailed thinking) or N (big picture thinking), T (logical) vs. F (relational decision making), and J (preference for planning) or P (preference for spontaneity).

It’s fairly easy to guess the personality type of people you know well, and while it’s not the end all, be all of their personality, it does put their behavior into perspective–as you know a bit about what they value and how they like to make decisions. If you don’t know your own type, here’s a quick test. With a bit of thinking about the personalities of people in your life, you can find a few gift suggestions for their perfect gift listed below. Giving someone something that they are suited to like, or that is based on their personal interests ensures the gift will be one of the most meaningful they receive this holiday.

ISTJ

Identify one: That quiet, dependable, rational accountant you know. Famous examples: Jamie Hyneman (host of Mythbusters), Gordon Ramsey
What to give them: A practical gift like a tool set or a detail oriented fun project like a difficult puzzle or a model building kit. The more millennial version of these options may be a home brewing kit for a beer loving ISTJ, or the famous make-up artist Kevyn Aucoin’s in-depth make-up tutorial book, Making Faces, and a quality brush set.

ISFJ

Identify one: A rule-observing, generous, quiet and loyal person. The one that always volunteers to pick you up from the airport or help you fix a leaky sink. Famous examples: Bruce Jenner, Kate Middleton What to give them: A classy gift that will last forever, or something that can help this person help others. A gift like Carla Hall’s Cooking With Love, will bring your friend pleasure in mastering a new skill, and also in providing comfort (food) to others. A couples massage is a fantastic idea for an ISFJ partner, because they’ll value knowing you’re sharing the experience with them.

INFJ

Identify one: Your serious friend that has a graduate degree in something like social work or did Teach For America. Famous examples: Simone de Beauvoir, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Noam Chomsky What to give them: Something meaningful and smart, like a leather bound copy of Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet, a subscription to The New Yorker, or an autobiography of someone they admire, like Hillary Clinton.

INTJ

Identify one: Your smart and interesting friend who prefers to be alone, reflecting on or researching who-knows-what so that next time they venture out into a social situation they can make sure you acknowledge how smart, interesting, and intellectually untouchable they are. Famous examples: Ayn Rand, Mark Zuckerberg, Christopher Hitchens.

What to give them: Since they already know everything there is to know about everything, find something that synthesizes one everything times another. A book on the philosophical underpinnings of important 90s-era rap lyrics or The Rosetta Stone discs for an eastern European language they started to learn while overhearing their seatmates’ conversation on an 8-hour flight back from Morrocco. Whatever you decide on, it’s best to flatter an INTJ with an intelligent or somewhat esoteric gift that compliments their intellectual ability and taste.

ISTP

Identify one: Your friendly neighborhood auto mechanic. ISTP’s like to understand how things work. Famous examples: Steve Jobs, Stanley Kubrick What to give them: ISTPs are crafts people–they likely already have a known hobby like scrapbooking or building computers. If you can given them something around their hobby–go for it. If you don’t known what they’re interested in, their desire to learn how things are put together make The Mythbusters Game a great fit. They’ll also love a guide to something they already own, like their motorcycle or a guide to photo editing.

ISFP

Identify one: The laid back artisanal friend who you imagine could never hurt a fly. Famous examples: Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, Sofia Coppola What to give them: An acoustic guitar, a certificate for a pottery making class, or some other guide that allows them to explore their creativity.

INFP

Identify one: This person can best be described as your brilliant, nerdy-in-the-coolest-way but super-sensitive friend. They have a quick answer for everything but are also quick to take what you say personally, but only because they feel so much. Famous examples: Kierkegaard, J.K. Rowling, Christopher Robin (from Winnie The Pooh) Gift idea: Something that relates to their very specific, quirky interests.

If you aren’t sure what it is, buy them the latest piece of technology and let them find a way to meld it into their unique interests (unlike their counterpart the ENFP, they value a iPad as an instrument through which to express their intuition just as much as a dream catcher.) Any gift that feels personal to their interest, or even one that doesn’t but includes a personal note, will make them feel special.

INTP

Identify one: The person who cares infinitely more about thinking an ideas than talking with people. You probably have no idea what they are talking about half of the time, in part for lack of social skills and in part because they are just that much more intellectual than you. You respect them, even if you don’t understand them. Famous examples: Albert Einstein, Richard Dawkins, Jimmy Wales Gift idea: Rubik’s Cube, conspiracy theory book, or when in doubt, any of those complex brain-teasing puzzles from Sharper Image.

ESTP

Identify one: They are the center of attention, often found regaling the group with hilarious (and often controversial) stories while the typically more introverted, neurotic crowd listens in jealous awe. Famous examples: Donald Trump, Bret Easton Ellis Gift idea: Something that will make them feel confident in social situations like a nice watch, cufflinks, or piece of jewelry. A powerful person’s biography. A set of nice wine glasses or champagne flutes for their home.

ESFP

Identify one: In the nicest, most sincere way possible, they remind you of a black lab. Famous examples: Hugh Hefner, Richard Branson Gift idea: A ping pong table. Croquet lessons. Polo lessons. Racquetball lessons. They already know the other sports, but when in doubt, throw ‘em a ball.

ENFP

Identify one: Your most free-spirited friend who often bounces from worldview to worldview in their curious and endless attempt to explore all the ways to think about things. They’ve told you at some point about the person they think they were in their past life. Famous examples: Hunter S. Thompson, Oscar Wilde, Anais Nin Gift idea: The novel, Enlightenment for Idiots. Something related to their ideology du jour, bonus points if it has a heightened sense of mystery, intrigue, or adventure. A travel book to India, a copy of The Screwtape Letters, a set of tarot cards, a handmade journal with lock and key.

ENTP

Identify one: The quintessential hipster type. Need I say more? You’re reading Thought Catalog after all. Famous examples: Machiavelli, Barack Obama, Gift idea: Anything that makes them seem in-the-know ahead of time. Concert tickets to an obscure music festival. The first batch of beer brewed from a local, sustainable strain of blueberries.

A cookbook for a type of western Nepalese cuisine which involves ingredients you have to buy on Amazon. Classes for a type of yoga so bizarre it’s like having sex with yourself. Whitewater rafting. Turtlenecks. The point here is that you have to present it as “some crazy thing you read about in the New York Times” and let them think they invented it.

ESTJ

The most serious, deliberate person you know, who has a 10-year plan delineated in a trapper keeper and a daily budget kept down to the dime.
Famous examples: Martha Stewart, Ivanka Trump Gift idea: A gift card or anything with a gift receipt. They already know what they want and your best attempts to give it aren’t going to ever match up to their extremely particular expectations. No offense, they like it better that way. If you want to go out on a limb, get them something useful for their ambitions, like an iPhone 5, an expensive pen, or an eReader for business trips.

ESFJ

Identify one: Everyone’s favorite hostess. They love to make other people happy, and thrive when you show your gratitude for their social prowess.
Famous examples: Andy Rooney, Sarah Palin Gift idea: An apron. For a lady, something vintage or vintage-inspired (hint: if you want her to like you, buy it at Anthropologie). For a man, it should be humorous, like a full-frontal depiction of the Statue of David or some kind of snarky slogan like “Keep Your Hands Off My Buns!”

ENFJ

Identify one: Your super-accommodating friend whose secret social insecurity you’re well versed in. Famous examples: Ronald Reagan, Reese Witherspoon, Dr. Drew Gift idea: Anything customized. From a piece of jewelry to a specialty tea blend, if you can prove you actually memorized what their personal preferences were while all they were trying to do was meet your needs, they’ll be endlessly grateful. Try going to a food coop and pick up a few essential oils you select especially for their needs.

ENTJ

Identify one: The self-appointed executive of your family or social group. Famous examples: Margaret Thatcher, Rahm Emanuel Gift idea: An axe. Seriously. Give them a real power tool or a decorative reminder of the power they exude from their strong personality.