ENTJs might be better at finding clients, yes, but I think INTJs would be more suited to the actual work. And plenty of Is can be very outgoing and charming when it suits them, Hank. Also, I don't know, but I don't think finding clients is a huge part of what an average associate does at a larger firm or a defense-oriented firm, anyway.
The appropriateness of Perpetua would probably depend on the tone of the writing. When I used it, I (half playfully) thought the extra space made the words sort of resonate.
Quote from: iscoredawaitlist on May 27, 2007, 11:48:21 PMperhaps post a free test that judges this? That way we can all compare?Here, take this test.. it will tell you your Myers-Briggs personality type.. I am also an INTJ! Which apparently is the "mastermind" personality http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes1.htm
perhaps post a free test that judges this? That way we can all compare?
I'm really surprised that an "introverted" personality is suitable for the law, but there it is... a career in law suggested!
Was anyone else an INTJ and a "Mastermind"?
Quote from: Alan Shore on May 28, 2007, 04:41:48 PMI'm really surprised that an "introverted" personality is suitable for the law, but there it is... a career in law suggested! Did you expect introverts to be drawn to fields likes medicine, education, and psychology?