The Chronicles of Narnia, C.S. Lewis
Te: Peter likes to be in charge, whether it’s of his siblings or of a kingdom in Narnia. When he goes home to the real world, Peter has a hard time adjusting to not being in charge of large numbers of people. He misses it. Peter is extremely reluctant to accept Lucy’s stories of Narnia when she first presents them, and has to have physical evidence to believe her. Continue reading
Te: Bryan is a man of action, and not the spontaneous kind –precise, calculated action. He likes to schedule out his life (and other people’s) and prefers to have a plan for everything. His decisions are rooted in logic, and he can set aside emotion to do what is necessary in tough situations. In any crisis, his first response is to root out the most direct Continue reading
First off, we should answer the question of why Mycroft is definitely not an intuitive. The two most commonly suggested intuitive types for Mycroft are INTP and INTJ, both of which, I’m not sorry to say, are impossible.
Why he’s not an INTJ
Mycroft makes a lot of assumptions based on his own personal experience rather than relying on intuition to guide him in reading people. He’s very sentimental and hates Sherlock’s unconventionality. That said, he’s most certainly not an Ni dom, but rather, carries a strong Si as one of his top two functions.
Why he’s not an INTP
Do we really think Mycroft is a Ti dom? Honestly, he thrives off of being able to run and organise everything. He is the british government. Mycroft is rather controlling and wants everything to be in order and done his way –ergo, strong Te preference.
That leaves us with ISTJ and ESTJ.
Most people haven’t really even considered ESTJ as an option simply because they see Mycroft as being very antisocial. Yet, there Continue reading
Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling
Dominant Te: Umbridge loves to be in charge and likes to take over and manage pretty much every part of the system. She wants to organise everyone and obsesses over instituting and upholding rules. She feels the need to control so much that she employs spies and punishes anyone for breaking the rules. She doesn’t care about Continue reading
Going Postal, Terry Pratchett
Dominant Te: Adora is action oriented and likes to be in charge. Once she figures out what she wants, she devises a plan of action and implements it without interruption for anything. She gets annoyed with Lipwig when she feels he’s taking over the Golems because she’s protective of her control over them (despite what she Continue reading
Dominant Te: Ellie Miller likes to be in charge, and reacts with anger when she finds out the Alek Hardy got her job. She needs empirical evidence to believe a lot of things, but doesn’t always seek it out in the right places because she doesn’t want to suspect the people she loves. She has a hard time emotionally accepting her husband as Continue reading
Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling
Dominant Te: Hermione is interested in organizing both her external world and the people in it. She helps Harry to organize a defense group and earlier attempts to arrange an activist group (SPEW). She even organizes study plans to help Harry and Ron. When she’s younger, Hermione likes to be in charge and tends to be a bit bossy. She’s a natural leader who knows how to establish rules and keep everyone in line, which is what makes Continue reading