Understanding Adventurer Personality



Cognitive Functions

Based upon the Jungian personality theory, the test suggests that personality is composed of a number of different cognitive functions. These functions can be focused primarily outward (extraverted) or inward (introverted). Each of these functions relate to how people perceive the world and make decisions.

The dominant function is the most prominent aspect of personality, while the auxiliary function plays a supporting role. The tertiary function has a weaker influence, but can become more apparent when a person is under stress. The inferior function is primarily unconscious and is often a point of weakness.

Developing this aspect can help people form a more balanced personality.

Inferior: Introverted Feeling

  • They care more about personal concerns rather than objective, logical information.
  • People with this personality type deal with information and experiences based upon how they feel about them.
  • They have their own value system and create spontaneous judgments based upon how things fit with their own idea.

Inferior: Extraverted Sensing

  • People with ISFP personalities are very in tune with the world around them. They are very much attuned to sensory information and are keenly aware when even small changes take place in their immediate environment. Because of this, they often place a high emphasis on aesthetics and appreciate the fine arts.
  • They are focused on the present moment, taking in new information and then taking action. They have a strong sense of their immediate surroundings, often noticing small details that others might overlook. When remembering events from the past, they are able to recall strong visual imagery and sights, smells, and sounds can evoke powerful memories associated with those senses.

Inferior: Introverted Intuition

  • This function tends to run in the background, feeding off of the extraverted sensing function.
  • As They take in details about the world, they often develop "gut feelings" about events and situations. While they generally do not like abstract concepts or ideas, this introverted intuition function may lead them to experience epiphanies about themselves and others.

Inferior: Extraverted Thinking

  • One weakness that They may have is in organizing, although they may use this function more prominently in certain situations.
  • This function is all about looking for the most efficient way to do something. An ISFP might become focused on being very precise about the details and finding the most effective way to express an idea


In case of Personal Relationship

  • They are introverted.
  • They tend to be reserved and quiet, especially around people they do not know well.
  • They prefer spending time with a close group of family and friends.
  • They are very private and keep their true feelings to themselves.
  • In some cases, they may avoid sharing their thoughts, feelings and opinions with other people in their life, even their romantic partners.
  • Because they prefer not to share their innermost feelings and try to avoid conflict, they often defer to the needs or demands of others.
  • They have strong values but are not concerned with trying to convince other people to share their point of view.
  • They care deeply about other people, particularly their closest friends and family.
  • They are action-oriented and tend to show their care and concern through action rather than discussing feelings or expressing sentiments.

Friendship Tips

  • They are friendly and get along well with other people, but they typically need to get to know you well before they really open up.
  • You can be a good friend to an ISFP by being supporting an accepting of who they are.
  • They can be light-hearted and fun, but they are also quite intense at times. Recognize that there will be times when your friend wants to share and times when he or she will want to retreat to a more personal space.

Parental Tips

  • ISFP children tend to be perfectionists and can be their own harshest critics.
  • Because they place such high expectations on themselves, they often underestimate or undervalue their own skills and talents.
  • If you are a parent to ISFP child, you can help your child by encouraging them to be kind to themselves and recognize their value.

Relationship Tips

  • They are very considerate in relationships, often to the point that they will continually defer to their partner.
  • Because they are usually not good at expressing their own feelings and needs, it is important that you make an effort to understand your partner.
  • When making decisions, ensure that your partners voice is heard and his or her feelings are given equal weight.

If they are into you

  • They’ll be kind and perhaps even warm toward you, but they won’t really open up until you paint pottery together.


  • Artistic and Sensual
  • Appreciates and seeks beauty
  • Non-assertive, quiet presence
  • Supportive and responsive
  • Experiences the moment
  • Good with their hands / decorating
  • Accommodating and non-abrasive
  • Easy-going and kind
  • Shies away from conflict and criticism


  • Very aware of their environment
  • Practical
  • Enjoys hands-on learning
  • Loyal to values and beliefs


  • Dislikes abstract, theoretical information
  • Reserved and quiet
  • Strong need for personal space
  • Dislikes arguments and conflict

Favourable Hobby to be adopted

Try a new art or craft

What’s that art form or craft that you always wanted to explore?

Career Paths

  • People with ISFP personalities love animals and have a strong appreciation for nature.
  • They may seek out jobs or hobbies that put them in contact with the outdoors and with animals.
  • Because They prefer to focus on the present, they often do well in careers that are concerned with practical, real-world problems.
  • Jobs that offer a great deal of personal freedom and autonomy are especially appealing to them.

Popular Careers

  • Artist
  • Composer or musician
  • Chef
  • Designer
  • Forest ranger
  • Nurse
  • Naturalist
  • Pediatrician
  • Psychologist
  • Social worker
  • Teacher
  • Veterinarian

Some Famous Personalities

  • Michael Jackson
  • Mozart
  • Barbra Streisand