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Although it is seen as a negative quality in many interpersonal interactions, it can be helpful in sports, business, and other competitive environments.
Together, they cited information from 37 references.So, here goes my answer.[note: that the question inherently assumes you have basic knowledge of MBTI & obviously there are going to be comparisons with other types - to show the ‘differences'. Also, I will try to keep narcissism to the minimum. Our society is mostly patriarchal - and thus certain masculine traits are highly valued. And efficient ‘ managers' are that rare in society - they are going to be valued.10. we never realised it but just when it was needed - it pops out - in form of a hunch. Also, Internet (& Quora included) - is full of INTJs. People want to know- how to date an INTJ , , etc, when we ourself having dating as our Achilles heel.]Well honestly, I wouldn't say that being INTJ is all about fuss. I mean, we know we have some unique strengths (along with some weaknesses, ofcourse.) But its mostly good. Speaking less, independence, intelligence, confidence, dominance, thinking (rather than feeling; women are supposed to be feelers), planning type, intriguing, etc - all are highly valued masculine traits - all present in INTJs. We might not have ever seen a device but our ‘hunch' can tell us how to fix it - if someone asks us to. We dont like to socialise, but we like knowledge & discussions - so where do we go - INTERNET ! We are so in control of our emotions- People find us difficult to read; well guess what we ourselves cant read ourselves at times.So neurogenesis & neuroplasticity are big words that sound a little intimdating.
These are just the technical names for growing new brain cells and new brain pathways.
If you need to be mean and intimidating toward someone, then you have to have an attitude of "I don't care what anyone thinks," a healthy dose of confidence, and the words to back it up. If it feels right, raise your eyebrows slightly as if to question them.