ISFJ:
The Defender

Introduction

About Your Report

How you interact with others on Twitter is how others see your personality. Your success in those interactions can be measured a number of different ways, but generally people want more interactions and deeper interactions. This report looks what types of interactions you have in terms of breadth of people, breadth of topic, and depth of conversation.

Your personality may not entirely align with this report. We are different people in different contexts. On Twitter most people are more extroverted and less judgmental than they are in real life. But others find the anonymity to be a way to be MORE of who they are. For this reason you have to also think not just about what your Twitter says about you, but what you are trying to say with Twitter. Are you who you want to be? Are you projecting the image you want others to have of you?

About Your Twitter Influence

Social Capital is a measure of how much influence you have over Twitter. If you are a Mega-Celebrity you would be in the 98th or 99th percentile. The Typical Twitter user will be around the 50th percentile rank. Users familiar with Klout will notice that while these scores are pretty close, because our scores are less impacted by purchased followers, that you may be higher or lower. Also the Average user on Klout is a 40, where as the average in our scoring is a 50.

Your Social Capital
99 - Percentile
Average Social Capital (all of Twitter)
50th Percentile
Maximum Score ( Mega-Celebrities)
99th Percentile
Your Influence per Tweet
77 - Percentile
Average Tweet's Influence (all of Twitter)
50th Percentil
Maximum Score ( Mega-Celebrities)
99th Percentile

Social Capital is a measure of how much influence you have over Twitter. If you are a Mega-Celebrity you would be in the 98th or 99th percentile. The Typical Twitter user will be around the 50th percentile rank. Users familiar with Klout will notice that while these scores are pretty close, because our scores are less impacted by purchased followers, that you may be higher or lower. Also the Average user on Klout is a 40, where as the average in our scoring is a 50.

Your Amplifier score is a measure of how the things others say are amplified by you.
Your Evangelizer score is a measure of how focused you are on a set of topics. The higher the Evangelizer score, the more you tend to address the same subjects.
Your Promoter score is a measure of how much of your feed is about links to other media. This could be instagram, or new stories, or YouTube.

Amplifier
105 - Percentile
Evangelizer
70 Percentile
Promoter
83 Percentile
Orator
62 - Percentile

Your Orator score represents how focused on word usage you are. Twitter ranges from people who post essays a few lines at a time, to people who use "text speak" with "U R GR8" being a stand in for "You are great".

While topics may appeal to any gender, there are topics which are more traditionally associated with one gender or another. Gender appeal is primarily based on these associations. While there are edge cases, men are more likely to talk about cars, and women about purses. Based purely on statistics the distribution of these topics tends to have a strong correlation to the audiences that someone who talks on these topics will have. A woman who talks about cars will attract a primarily male audience, and a man who talks about purses will attract a primarily female audience.

Traditionally Male Topic Attention
17%
Traditionally Female Topic Attention
82%
Originator
105
Instigator
18
Collaborator
5

How you interact with other people on Twitter varies on your purpose and personality. Originators talk to the masses rather than involving individuals. Instigators bring others into conversations and "name drop" other users into the conversation. Collaborators engage in conversation back and forth between multiple users.

Top Interactions:

ladygaga
mrrpmurphy
brandonmaxwell
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brandonvmaxwell
mskathybates
formichetti
missasiakinney
italianmonster8
shiseido

Your Personality Snapshot

Your personality is really about how you make decisions. Mentally healthy people never make all of their decisions the same way, and so nobody is 100% an extrovert, or 100% an intuiter. The below chart shows how much each of the ways you can approach a decision are represented in your personality.

You are an ISFJ, but it is more complex than that. Each of the facets of your decision process (called preferences), Perspective, Awareness, Subjectivity, and Identification.

Perspective

Introvert vs. Extrovert has very little to do with if you like to go to parties. It is unfortunate that Neo-Jungian naming conventions conflict so much with the English meanings of the words. People who are Introverts in the Jungian sense tend to think of themselves first. This doesn't mean they are selfish, it can, but just as often it means they are motivated by their own goals rather than the goals of others. Extroverts on the other hand are motivated by the needs and goals of others. This often means they seek others out, but that doesn't have to mean they are social. A person who wants to make their mother happy will be an extrovert in Neo-Jungian types even if they never want to leave their mother's house. Extroverts are more likely to take up the causes of others, rather than causes that benfit themselves.

Intrinsic Motives vs. Extrinsic Motives
I: 57% - E: 43%
Percentage of Total Decision Process
48%
You are primarily intrinsically motivated. For the most part you only care what others think in the sense that it helps you further your goals. You don't dress to impress others, you dress to impress specific others who you want to make an impression on. You don't work hard because you seek your boss's approval, rather you work hard because you know you want to be more than you are and that is how you get there. In everything you do there is at least some thought of how it will impact you. You'd like to think you do totally selfless things, but in your heart you know that most of the causes you take up are because you have an interest in the outcome. At times you have difficulty seeing the world through other people's eyes. This can create issues when you engage with others, as their point of view often doesn't make sense to you. It is difficult for you to imagine your life being different than it is, good or bad.Others often see you as self absorbed. You may self-describe as 'discerning,' but wait-staff likely think you are just picky. You customize your orders, and want things a very specific way. You are more likely to ask for a ride to the airport or some other favor than to give one. Others have the ability to hurt your feelings, but you'd never let them see you cry. You measure your successes on a combination of your goals and how others see you as a result. Your circle of friends tends to be tight knit. You have some very close friends, but you also have a great many more acquantances who you keep around because you know the power of networking. There have always been people in your life who shaped it. While you may have called them mentors, their approval meant more to you than the instruction they gave you. As you start or have already started a family you will see this part of you grow. Your childrend or your spouse will be who you attempt to make happy.You seek out an audience, even if it is only one person. When you do something good you feel the need to share it.

Awareness

Intuiter vs. Senser (the N comes from the N in iNtuition) is about how much you rely on instinct vs. firm data. It is also a measure of how much you fill in the holes in data, or make predictions about outcomes. An intuiter is more likely to "read between the lines" or "take a hint" than a senser is, but a senser is more likely to use the information available to them rather than going with their gut, or leaping to conclusions.

Intuition vs. Sensation
N: 0% - S: 100%
Percentage of Total Decision Process
26%
You are primarily aware of your senses. You value facts and knowledge, and put more faith in statistics than in gut feelings. You value the "now" and believe if you take care of the "now" you can deal with the future when it gets here. You are steadfast in your opinions and decisions until you aren't. Some people 'Slowly come around' to an idea, but for you it just changes. If someone can give you that important fact you were missing, or didn't quite understand you will change your mind quickly.

Subjectivity

Thinker and Feeler, are less than ideal names for how this portion of the score actually works. "I think about you all the time" sounds like a T statement, it says "think" after all, but it is an F statement, because it is an emotional response. Likely because E was already taken, that was not an option. F's make decisions with their heart, loins, or stomach, and T's make decisions with their head. If the person is an E, then they may actually make it with the emotions of someone else. Knowing that it will make someone sad if you do something is an F response. Not wanting to make them sad because it will be an inconvenience when they throw a tantrum in the store is a T response. Definitely think about this as "head" and "heart" in most cases.

Thinking vs. Feeling
T: 9% - F: 91%
Percentage of Total Decision Process
12%
You make more decisions with your 'heart' than your 'head'. That might include making decisions out of lust as well. Your feelings about people, what makes you feel good, and what is going on emotionally has a lot of influence on what you decide to do. You smile a lot, and when you smile the world smiles with you. But you also get sad, and people notice.

Identification

Judger vs Perceiver is a measure of how you define "right." Judgers see the world as very black and white. They think there is one "right" answer, or way to do things, or sense of moralily. Perceivers see the world as shades of gray. Perceivers that "right" requires context, and that there could be multiple "right" answers, or that what is right for one person may not be for another.

Judgement vs. Perception
J: 54% - P: 46%
Percentage of Total Decision Process
12%
You put things in to buckets, and you prefer when a decision has finality rather than leaving a question lingering.

Impulsiveness

Impulsiveness is a measure of how likely (and quickly) you are to react to stimulus. In someways it is how spontaneous you are, but it typically manifests in how often you respond to 'random' things, and how often people would be surprised by your choices. Someone who has a high Q value is more likely to buy something from the endcap at the checkout, or randomly head to Paris for the weekend. Someone with a higher L is more likely to be 'even-keeled' and not do unexpected things.

Quick vs. Lengthy Response to Impulse
Q: 89% - L: 11%
You are up (or down) for anything. Life is an adventure and you are ready to sieze it. You make snap decisions and that gets you in trouble from time to time, but you roll with it. You get anxious sometimes, but not often since you tend to not plan things that far out. It is not unexpected when you do the unexpected.

Activism

Activism is a measure of your participation in the discussion of causes and societal interest. Activism is not a measure of your Introversion vs. Extroversion in terms of your decision making process, but may influence how others perceive your introversion or extraversion. Someone with a strong activism score (greater than 25) who focuses on topics that benefit their interests is showing their intrinsic motivations. Someone who focuses on activism for others is showing their extrinsic motivations.

Activism Score:
15

Protectiveness

Protectiveness can be of self or others. A strong E type who is protective is a guardian. Sometimes we call this the "Big Brother" or "Big Sister" type. A strong I type who is protective will be defensive of having his or her ideals encroached on.

Protectiveness Score:
67

Intellectualism

Intellectual doesn't have to mean "book smart". The Intellectual blends intuition and thought to make their decisions. Their ability to recognize patterns from the past, think through possiblilies, and predict future outcomes makes them invaluable in the work place. In relationships however they may overthink how well matched they are, or what the future holds.

Intellectualism Score (Genotype):
1
Intellectualism Score (Phenotype):
62

Vision

Vision is a measure of how forward looking a person is. Visionaries may or may not be the person to execute on the vision, but they are good at creating a vision others can latch on to. Often Visionaries are also Idealists, but that is dependent on the strength of the J in their personality. Visionaries simply know where they want to go, not necesarrily if that is right for everyone, or even the best path, just that it will make them happy to get there.

Vision Score:
17

Creation

Creation is also the foundation for both artists and inventors. Creators rely heavily on their senses, and their perception. When inventors talk about "Mother Necessity" they are really talking about seeing a problem and perceiving a better way to solve it. When artists talk about having a Muse, they are talking about stimulation to the sense and rejecting the desire to judge it good or bad, and just be inspired by it. In many ways the creation score is a measure of how easily you are inspired.

Creator Score:
64

Approachability

Approachability has to do with how universal the topics you talk about are. Cat videos get a lot of traffic because we all know what a cat is, and have an opinion on them. Quantum physics videos don't have this same level of approachability. Your approachability score is based on how concrete the topics you talk about are in the minds of the general population.

Approachabiliy:
58

Nurturer

Nurturer's are non-judgemental, and focused on others. The Nuturer makes statements like "I will support you whatever you decide" or "I will love you no matter what." Their support and love is unconditional.

Nurturer Score:
39

Mars

The Mars Score is less of a spectrum, and more of a "fluence" measure. A "Mars" is very much in their "head" rather than their heart, but is also driven by the typical "manly" motivations. Horsepower, Sex, Thrills, Testosterone. Many of these things are would be F indicators in Jungian Psychology, but would not be destinguished from more "female" feelings of Love, Longing, and a sense of "Prettiness". Having a Mars Score that is higher however doesn't mean you enjoy all of those things, only that you know how to engage others in that way. So a male who wants to attract women doesn't need a strong Mars score, nor is it a measure of their manliness, only their ability to engage with those who put empnasis on those topics.

Mars Fluency:
-90

Venus

The Venus score is the anti-thesis of the Mars score. It is a measure of how driven by "Heart" and "Aesthetic" motivations one is. Venus types are interested in hygene, clothes, fashion, and relationships. They are excited by conversations about emotions and drama. They are more likely to gossip, but also more likely to be supportive when someone is having a bad day. The Venuse score however is about how fluent at speaking in Venus you are. A man who speaks to women's issues, and is comforting when you have a bad day is not less "manly" he simply is better at relating to the people who are Venus types.

Venus Fluency:
105

Sense of Foresight

Foresight is the ability to see what is coming. It requires a great deal of intuition, but also the ability to gather data about what is currently going on. Unlike the visionary who expects to shape the world, those with foresight can see where the world is going. Those with strong foresight can make accurate predictions about what is going on even outside what they can see, and what will happen next.

Foresight Score:
27

Technology Focus

Technology focus is simply a measure of how much of what you talk about on Twitter is about technology.

Technology Focus:
44

Scientist

A good scientist uses the available data, their intuition, and their perception of the situation to make decisions. They don't judge the results as good, or bad, simply as truths. The scientist doesn't let personal bias or emotion cloud the accuracy of their results.

Scientist Score:
50

Engineer

The Engineer uses many of the same skills as the scientist, but is concerned with picking the best solution. They use their judgement and biases when picking a technology, or creating a solution. Engineers can be deeply opinionated, and very set in their views of what is better or worse and what the right way to do something is. While this can create barriers between employees, it also allows them to make decisions quickly as they can discard solutions they have already deemed "bad."

Engineer Score:
56

Sense of Self

Self awareness is a measure of how well you know how you will react in a situation, and how aware you are of your own thoughts and feelings. Your sense of self is important when sizeing up if you able to take on a project, and it creates "inner confidence" which can be an important trait in leadership, and in crisis situations.

Sense of Self:
58

Sense of Surroundings

Sense of Surroundings is also referred to as Situational Awareness. A person with a strong sense of surroundings can size up what is going on, and what resources they have available to them. Situaltional Awareness comes partly from instinct, and partly from sensing. Situational Awareness is important for both the "predator" who looks to capitalize on an opportunity and the "prey" who look to avoid bad situations. As a result this trait is highly valued in business.

Sense of Surroundings:
68

Sense of Character in Others

The ability to judge the character of others requires that one has the ability to "step in to others shoes" and see the world through their eyes, but it also requires that you have the ability to pick up on all the hints of what drives another person. While INTJ's can often "fake" this skill, it comes much more naturally to those with a strong E.

Sense of Character in Others:
14

Emotional Energy Focus

Emotional Energy Focus is a measure of how much of how you use twitter is to sing the praises and failings of life, products, and relationships. It looks at how often you are positive, and negative towards the subjects you discuss.

Emotional Focus:
26
Negative Focus:
23
Positive Focus:
34