Which MBTI type has the easiest life?

Easy Life: “Requiring little effort, free from anxiety.”

Well I’d firstly like to say envy is not usually a good thing. However, this question has been subconsciously asked by many. When you are asking yourself, why does that person have it easy, you are really asking how do I become as lucky as that person? Well if you’d really like to know which MBTI everybody is craving, you can find out here.

Remember that kid in class who everybody wanted to sit next to, who didn’t even try to earn popularity… it just happened? Well that person was an ESTJ. He said whatever was on his mind, and was respected for it. An extrovert is known as friendly, and they have a wide range of friends because they socialize more with a wider range of friends. Sensors also have an easier life due to the fact that they fit in with the rest of their friends, and they have a simple and less meaningful life. Now, thinkers also have it easier. They do not worry about what other people say, and have very little stress. They say what they want, whenever they want. Judgers are also generally more organized and more prepared for their future, and are more likely the types with the top earning jobs.

From this information, it is clear that ESTJ’s have simple and easy lives. Why? Because the majority of the people in our world are this type, and so they fit in easily with their fellow ESTJ’s.

Which MBTI do you think? Leave your opinion in the comments section below!


About tatl33

Hello, my name is Tim! I am an INFJ interested in psychology currently residing in Australia. My aim is to provide you with information on MBTI and how it can be related to real life situations. Enjoy :)
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7 Responses to Which MBTI type has the easiest life?

  1. Samuel Brown says:

    Hey! I’ve been reading all ur articles here! Theyre pretty good! Very interesting, has kept me hooked into the website!

    However I think perhaps this article has incorrect information (just a little lol.) you see, my definition of an easy life would be to have success, and to therefore be granted a better later life! so infp would have a great life because they feel really bad about themselves but then they realise how good they are then they feel happy again. i=introvert, don’t speak much less likely to be rejected, but i guess then again they dont socialise which would be kinda boring rofl!,
    n= creative, but how creative? that is the real question. if they are REALLY creative then they could be good at i dont know maybe painting or something and be successful and make lots of money! that way their life would be good. but then again they might put aside their family etc. just to pick up a rusty old paintbrush every day.
    f= they have emotions. this is a good thing btw if you dont have emotions then you wont experience life.
    p= you have a really good life you may live in the moment and lose money but in the long run life is more fulfilling!

    thanks, these are my opinions! please feel free to reply and/or debate with my ideas.

    • raphbrowning@steam.com says:

      Hey Samuel. Interesting comment. You stated that you want people to debate your ideas, so as a fellow commenter I will do my best to spice up this debate.

      While I somewhat understand what you are trying to say, I’m sorry to say this but you are dead wrong.

      The first thing that you stated was that Tatl33’s argument was invalid on the basis that your definition of an easy life is different to his. While this may be true in your case, everybody has a different opinion on what they consider to be an “easy life.” And that’s why the author clearly defined and established the criteria for an easy life at the beginning of the article as “Requiring little effort, free from anxiety.”

      Even if we were to go with your argument, that a successful life makes for an easy one, there are some drastic misconceptions and shortcomings with regards to your grasp of MBTI theory. You have stereotyped introverts as being unhappy due to not speaking very much and thus being isolated or rejected from social situations. There may be some correlation between introversion and withdrawal from social interactions, but many introverts tend to recharge their batteries with more “alone time.” They enjoy a limited and self-imposed restraint on extrovert-oriented activities, and for the most that doesn’t necessarily make their life any less successful. Your argument is based on generalisations and misunderstandings about MBTI.
      You have also made some other generalisations, but another argument you made really struck me because it has no basis on any relevant MBTI theory or the like. You stated that feelers have emotions, implying that thinkers do not. This is completely untrue, and is an invalid assertion to make. Both thinkers and feelers are able to express emotions, the difference is how they use their temperament when making decisions.

      I won’t go into any more detail because I don’t have too much time. The main flaw with your argument that flies in the face of all logic is simply that you defined a successful life as an easy life. Not only is this not necessarily true in a lot of cases, but you also failed to consider that Tatl33 had already provided a definition which makes his opinion just as valid as yours.

      Thanks. I would like to hear from others too regarding this issue.

    • Anonymous says:

      Introverts aren’t bored, we entertain ourselves.

      Intuitives aren’t just artists, they are more intelligent in just about every way, they are unconventional thinkers.

      You don’t need to be an irrational sentimentalist to experience life.

      Perceivers are not all live-in-the-moment hedonists. That is a gross generalisation. P just means you are more flexible and less organized. What you describe is more of an Se trait, meaning Artisans. NPs are not that way.

  2. Ben says:

    I think one thing that needs to be considered is what type of person lets themselves have as easy life.

    What i mean is that sure, an ESTJ could have an easy life, but their respect for the status quo and their desire to make a lot of money means that they don’t give themselves and easy life. My dad is an ESTJ, he’s friendly, gets a long with people, is pretty blunt about what he wants etc. etc., but also works crazy hard, harder than he needs to because he wants to be successful, that’s a trait a lot of ESTJs share.

    I think P’s give themselves an easier life because they are more spontaneous and enjoy living in the moment.
    I also think F’s give themselves and easier life because the make choices based of emotion, and hey, happy is an emotion.
    S is easier because it’s a simpler life, hey’re interested in following the rules, whereas an N wants change the status quo in some way, (or at least they derma of doing so)
    E’s have it easier because the are much more confident in social situations

    There fore the type with the easiest life (in general) is the ESFP

    • tatl33 says:

      I think you have a good point there. You are saying that the easiest life is about the people who are the most happy. Good point! 🙂 What’s your type by the way? And do you think you have an easy life or difficult life?

  3. Turnip says:

    I think it is going to be a thinking type at the very least. Feelers have to use their inferior function(s) constantly to survive in the world. For EFJs and IFPs this causes its share of problems on a daily basis. ETJs and ITPs could in theory go through life without ever once having to use their inferior functions. Their dominant functions are valued and immediately suited for competence in the eyes of employers.

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