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Don Vito Corleone MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Don Vito Corleone'
Don Vito Corleone MBTI type

Literature (Book), Movie and TV Show Characters

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The Godfather

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INTJ - 21
ISTJ - 18
INFJ - 4
ESTJ - 3
ENTJ - 1
ENFJ - 1

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8W9 - 18
6W5 - 3
1W9 - 1
2W1 - 1

[Famous Enneagram 8]

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He is most of the time looking for the future and he was good in understanding between the lines. Clear INTJ. 1. 2.

MBTI type of Don Vito Corleone

. Despite his moral features, he is much more concerned about objective reasons than other people feelings. So T.

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. 3. The real question lies between S or N.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Don Vito Corleone. ISTJ x INTJ. However, the entire movie he is focused in the future (Ni function), making plans, teaching Michael what will happen next, or more worried about making the peace between the families rather avenging his son death.Which of the 16 personality types is Don Vito Corleone?. The next clue is how he relates to the authorities: He just does not obey, instead he makes his own rules (not any rules, but rules that make sense to him), making his own way, with confidence, much more like an INTJ would do. He just read that between the lines in the 5 families's meeting, like an N would do. With this 3 points it is clear that his style is much more to INTJ. Fi or not, he doesn't have that withdrawn nature of INTJ. I know he's typed as an Enneagram 8 and I see that in him. Thoughts. I guess it's just this intensity underneath that makes me think that. However, there's something 4-ish about him I think. Thoughts. Thanks, you have reason. And yes, probably he have many connections, because is almost INFJ. I change my vote a INTJ And yes, i will continue practice it. @ Hercules I don't think the amount of friends would 100 percent accurately depict an extrovert or an introvert. If you watch the movie again, the classical introvert vs extrovert indicator put to the test is that he loses energy after interacting with people, he knows he has limited energy, so he makes the best out of it. You see that he only speaks when it is needed after assessing the situation and thinking about the outcome. Should he have been an ENTJ like how many claim, the character would have had more extroverted traits. I have read in some thread that in the book, Vito is a lot more cold than in the movie, so that gives the ENTJ a chance. As a comparison IxTP and IxFP got the extroverted judging as their repressed function, so their external world is more chaotic and unstable. Supposedly you being an INTP, you aren't able to relate to an IxxJ so well, you either use different cognitive functions or distinct order. He is for sure a Ni user but can he be an INFJ too. His approach is a lot more self-sacrificial and for the family. INFJ would work as an argument to explain his natural ability to create connections among people, even though he is an introvert. And don't worry, Hercules, you will eventually get better at typing even if you keep it as a steady mini-hobby ;)Your analysis is quite good. Friends everywhere. But it seems that you know better analyze personalities that me,so I will not discuss, only would like to do a question. His Fi is too developed which by default would make him an INTJ rather than ENTJ, supposing we hopefully agree on his being an intuitive. If you may propose a convincing theory for why his Fi is so developed whilst being an ENTJ then maybe I will switch my vote. Where would you also see a somewhat powerful Se in him. Vito's Se bits in the film are the last resort, just like with Michael. Since Te is extraverted of course you may see him as a dominant Te user. Even an INFP who has learned to use Te may seem like a Te dominant to the untrained eye in a certain environment requiring organization for instance. Vito requires a lot of time alone to think away from everything that represents Se (I believe unconsciously) through all the future possibilities. In many ways has demonstrated his abilities to foresee implications. I find that one of his examples of Ni is how he tells Michael about his gut feelings that there is a traitor in the family and how the one itching for a piece of the pie, is likely the one who'll propose a meeting. I found it though hard to believe that Vito wouldn't know in advance Tessio's just-business attitude, after so many years. . . That meeting's soft speech was really only to soften up certain mob individuals that can be more or less easily swayed, it doesn't demonstrate a natural Fe for example, since it was faked. Without any explanation to the audience, he determines that Barzini is the one pulling the strings. A Si user would be a lot more blind to such subtle signs that Ni users can pick up without much effort, despite them ignoring the data. I am pretty sure that some people here have voted INTJ because of the movie name and the stereotype it brings with itself, but the irony is that he is indeed an INTJ and his son Michael, is an INTJ as well (I am glad we agree on that at least). Vito Corleone is an INTJ. Michael ia the INTJ, Dito is an ISTJ. He did'nt hold any evidence. INTJ makes sense. Clearly more Te than Ni. He is an ISTJ or ESTJ. There is nothing deeply intellectual or introspective about him. He is a very practical thinker with strong grip on reality. He is an ISTJ and his son is an INTJ. At this rate ESTJ may soon be the leading vote for Corleone. He's textbook INTJ. Please at the very least read the detailed comments below before voting. As INTJ as it can get and so many ESTJ votes. But hey, no amount of ESTJ votes will change his type. This is getting ridiculous. Sgt. He and the Don could not be much more different. Vito is cool, calm, collected, contained, cerebral and classy. I was raised by an ESTJ. There is no way. Sgt. He and the Don could not be much more different. Vito is cool, calm, collected, contained, and classy. I was raised by an ESTJ. There is no way. Where they are even getting this from, I have no idea. Anyone who voted for it care to explain why. Or is it just that you didn't put one iota of thought into it and are voting entirely based on fuzzy recollections of the opening scene with Brando from the first Godfather that you are mixing up in your head with memories of Tony Soprano. If I didn't give adequate enough proof that he was IN as well as TJ, let me elaborate more: Vito is famous for how quiet he is. He is not social. He is not outgoing. During meetings he mostly just listens and only offers up a few words when it is his turn to speak, cutting out small talk and niceties and saying nothing more than needs to be said. He prefers to keep to himself or just with a small number of his family. Literally from birth, he was a silent observer. In the scenes we see of him as a child as he escapes to America through Ellis Island, he never speaks once, even when directly spoken to. The whole vibe he gives off at this time is extremely INTJ. Then, when pushed around by Don Fanucci, he responds exactly the way an INTJ would respond: silently, srategically calculating cold revenge. He was the only one who asked why they just had to accept Fanucci's demands. His associates said "That's. " Vito was the only one focused on the big picture, the only one who saw the whole system and desired to change it, bend it to his own will rather than accept the status quo of it, and he knew exactly what he needed to do to do it. And so he did. But Vito, an INTJ, did not. He made a radical move by striking down Fanucci in cold blood, everything strategically worked out perfectly, and taking his place. He brought about a whole new order of his own design to the mafia, a much smarter one that relied on brains more than it did brawn, though it needed both. Vito provided the former, his followers the latter. He used his Intuitive powers of insight and prediction to predict the future several times throughout the series correctly, plan ahead, recognize patterns and predict his enemy's moves. He was the best there was at it, ultimately followed by his equally brilliant and also INTJ son Michael, who he had far more in common with than his ESTP son Sonny. It was uncanny and perfect. Only an INxJ could possibly do that. Vito Corleone was unequivocally an INTJ. ESTJ. ESTJ. . . How. There is no way Vito Corleone was an ESTJ. I doubt anyone who voted that has actually seen the movies and is just going off the typical "mob boss" stereotype. Please read my explanation for INTJ and reconsider. An ESTJ typing is just outrageous. Extremely reserved, private, quiet and calm, from his childhood to his death. Always kept his cool. Had an uncanny ability to predict the future and his enemies' moves, was always a few steps ahead of them. Very cold, always seperated the business from the personal, made many unfeeling, unethic, calculated decisions for the sake of pragmatism and success. He only ever really lost his cool when he was annoyed by Johnny's crying and yelled at him to "act like a man" and stop "crying like a woman," and mocked him for the display of emotion. Decisive, planful, responsible organizer and leader, who once said "I spent my whole life trying not to be careless. " INTJ. ENFJ. . . INTJ all the way.