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Michael Jackson MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Michael Jackson'
Michael Jackson MBTI type
Realm:
Reality

Category:
Music Industry

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 49


ISFP - 37
ESFP - 6
INFJ - 3
ISFJ - 2
INFP - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 22


4W3 - 10
9W1 - 7
4W5 - 2
3W2 - 1
3W4 - 1
7W6 - 1

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I used to see him typed as INFP in many places. But I think he's ISFP. And he loved luxury too much. He was highly in debt and still kept buying the most expensive items, where stores were closed exclusively for him; maybe you have watched that documentary.

MBTI type of Michael Jackson

.Se and dancing skills are related. As well as Se is related with ability in any form of performing art.

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. It's not an hasard if the ESFP type have been called "The Performer". Some iNtuitive though, can be good dancer DESPITE the fact that they are N.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Michael Jackson. But hardly anything close to the skilfullness of MJ. When an N dance it's usually closer with Carlton for the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.Which of the 16 personality types is Michael Jackson?.It is a myth that athletic/physical skills are exclusive to "Se" or even have anything to do with Se really. Yes, an Se user typically lives in the moment and thus may be drawn more to such activities on average, but anybody can use any perceiving function to approach such tasks. As the old saying about type goes, it's about how you do it, not what you do. That said, MJ was *probably* an ISFP for more reasons than just "good dancer." INFP I think is quite plausible as well, what with the whole "child at heart" Peter Pan syndrome.I could understand an INxJ being good at martial arts despite being a usually xSxP thing but dancing is a whole different ball game. It's too physically precise at all times without an end result about what it was for which makes e think a P type and MJ could do it for hours on end.dancing well has t do with Se. iNtuitors are not at ease with that while SPs are.Dancing really has nothing to do with being "good with Se"being eccentric has nothing to do with being an N. An ISFP can be eccentric too. But an INF would not be as good with Se as MJ.Well most people determine MBTI based on taking a test and if zombie MJ took a test he'd come out INFx based off his eccentric and unorthodox ways. Look up the totality of his quotes, not just the crap on CelebrityTypes and you'll see a clear intuitive.My argument was to show you that sensor can completly give a shit about what people think about them, contrary to what you said, and Madonna was just an example, there are others. So I think my argument is valid, what you said about sensors is really stereotyped. An other example, Miles Davis, a sensor and an ISTP, completly gives a shit about what people thought about him. So what you said about sensors that no one don't care about society or what people think about them is not valid in my opinionLol great circular logic about Madonna. And yes sensers can have independent creative spirits, but if you're as eccentric as MJ is, then you aren't one. And yeah maybe sensors are more likely to take an interest in dancing, but MJ's main contribution to dancing is HOW he did it differently than before.find me an N who can dance as skillfully as MJ and perhaps i wil agree that MJ was an N.scotty>> ypu seem to sau that MJ haz an independant crative spirit, and that therfore he was an N. But having an independant creatice spirit has nothing to do with bieng an N. Sensors can be like this oo, especially ISFPs.Alright, nevermind. ISFP it is.Madonna did things her own way and did not care about what society felt about her, and she's a sensor, so what you're saying doesn't mean anything.Music being based on physical ideas is actually very intuitive and has nothing to do with S vs. N. MJ did things his own way with how he wanted to do regardless of what society felt about him. That is not what sensers do at all.Exactamondo. Agree with you there.Sufjan Stevens on MJ : "I watched the Michael Jackson documentary 'This Is It' and was really surprised at how inspired I was by it-- He had real vision for the show, and all the decisions he was making were based on the body and movement. I realized for the first time that all of his music is based on physical ideas." ---------------------------------------------------------- Sounds pretty much Fi-Se right?ISFP is one of the most intuitive-like Sensors in my opinion. With tertiary Ni and Fi-Ni axis, they may appear shy, dreamy and contemplative. However you can see that Jackson's works emphasize more sensors' quality. Being idealist doesn't mean you have to be NF only, It's the Fi thing.Also Fi is actually a "perfectionist" function as it strives for intensively refining inner concepts/ideals.He was very single minded and sensation oriented. Not big picture oriented or into complex abstractions or ideas. SF, not NF. ISFP, not INFP or INFJ. Damn!One of the best dancer of all time was an Se-inferior. Yeeeaaah, ok. Quit smoking shit, bro.I initially voted ISFP like the rest of you guys, but once I based my typing on his quotes instead of his reputation, I changed my vote to INFJ. For example, he said "I'm never pleased with anything, I'm a perfectionist, it's part of who I am,” which I can’t really see an ISFP saying. Also, scotty is right—most of his quotes bleed NF and Fe.ISFP? What is everyone smoking? He's definitely some sort of NF. I think INFJ makes the most sense.Lmao, I bet no one can explain how he is a sensor. This guy was very much at odds with reality and not grounded at all and described as 'intuitive' by people who knew him. Even has that dreamy intuitive vibe. It's odd how people somehow becomes a clear collective example for a type when they really aren't it, like kinda sheep-like.

Episode 10 of people typed as sensors who probably would have tested as intuitive if they took it themselves

INFJ 4w5 9w1 6w5 sp/so

INFP 9w1 so/sx