Many of these tales start off in similar places to where I am. Uninteresting spots in life that seem to lead nowhere. But the difference isn’t in just the situations that knock on these women’s doors, but in their characters. They saw a better world for themselves and others, not just for other women but for all.
An INFJ will often reflect on their intuitions and may be seen as deep and at times complex. They may get a feeling about something and although they experience difficulty in describing these feelings, they are often motivated to act based on these inner thoughts, ideas, visions and hunches.
The INFJ generally sees the long-term, big picture possibilities. They can be idealistic and often look for new ways to do things through generating ideas. They do not usually rely on specifics unless these details can be incorporated into their grander vision.
As a leader, the INFJ will often create an overall, future-focused goal that they strategically lead others toward, motivate through recognizing and affirming individual contributions, have trouble objectively correcting subordinates and use their creativity and devotion to influence people.
Accurately suspicious about others’ motives, INFJs are not easily led. These are the people that you can rarely fool any of the time.
They are very sensitive to conflict, and cannot tolerate it very well. Situations which are charged with conflict may drive the normally peaceful INFJ into a state of agitation or charged anger.
Because the INFJ has such strong intuitive capabilities, they trust their own instincts above all else. This may result in an INFJ stubborness and tendency to ignore other people’s opinions. They believe that they’re right.
INFJs are rarely at complete peace with themselves - there’s always something else they should be doing to improve themselves and the world around them. They believe in constant growth, and don’t often take time to revel in their accomplishments.