What People Find Most Charming About You, Based On Your Myers-Briggs Type

In the last few years especially, the internet has been nerding out about the Myers-Briggs personality test, which was made by Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs in 1944 based on psychologist Carl Jung's theory of cognitive functions. The test divides humans into 16 types based on four letters that indicate how you prioritize thinking, feeling, sensing and intuition. The logic behind it comes from an exhaustive series of questions, but the basic gist of it is this: you'll be classified as an "E" extrovert or "I" introvert depending on your approach to the world; "N" if you use intuition or "S" if you prefer sensing; "F" if you use feeling or "T" if you defer to logic; and "P" for perceiver or "J" for judging, according to their website.

If you have an idea of what type you may be, you will be happy to know there's also something people find most charming about you based on your Myers-Briggs type. For instance — everyone needs someone good at organizing and executing plans (ESTJ), and everyone also needs someone more spontaneous with finding original new ideas with which to organize the world (ENTP). Each type obviously has different weaknesses and strengths, but one thing's for sure: we're all unique in our own ways, and different types entail different ways of appreciating that.

So read on to find out what makes you irreplaceable to others: