Which MBTI type is the most distinctive?

Distinctive: “Stands out from the crowd.”

In previous MBTI articles, I have identified various aspects of which types are most successful, however I have never looked into which type is the most distinctive. When mentioning distinctive, I am referring to which type most uniquely expresses themselves to become well known and different from others. I am also referring to the type that will be most talked about, or be the most famous in a sense. Let’s take a look.

Extroverts are far more likely to express themselves in situations around others. Introverts, who are reserved and quieter, prefer to be behind the scenes. Extroverts on the other hand, crave the attention on themselves, making them far more likely to be distinctive then introverts. Extroverts are not afraid to let their true colors shine and express themselves in anyway possible.

Secondly, intuitives are far more likely to be distinctive than sensors. Intuitive people thoroughly enjoy being different from others, rather than following societal trends and rules. You will find intuitive people are far more likely to dress in something outrageous, or to be the person who dares to break the mold and venture into something that others wouldn’t. Therefore, intuitive people are more distinctive than sensors.

Thirdly, feeling types are more distinctive as they emotionally express themselves more than thinkers. When hearing about recent gossip, most of it will involve some sort of emotional issue that has been created by people’s feelings getting involved. This makes this type to be far more remembered and talked about. As well as this, feelers will express their emotions in many creative ways (when combined with intuition) which will become a news sensation.

Finally, perceivers are more distinctive than judgers, as they are less predictable and more likely to do something out of the normal than judgers. For example, perceivers are more likely to be involved in some sort of spontaneous performance or event that many people will remember.

In conclusion, it is clear that those people who creatively express their creative extroverted intuition (Ne) with their introverted feelings (Fi) are the most distinctive types. In shorter terms, ENFP’s are the most distinctive type.

Which MBTI type 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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8 Responses to Which MBTI type is the most distinctive?

  1. Aimee says:

    It depends on what you mean by distinctive. People can be distinctive in different ways: loud, obnoxious, weird, mean, nice, attractive, artistic, boring.

  2. Yasmin says:


  3. kareemeldoc says:

    ENFP here.
    Clothing is definitely distinctive for me. What i say is not everybody’s cup of tea, most if the time.
    I hope something will emerge out of me and do something useful one day.

    • tatl33 says:

      It will! The thing about ENFP’s is, they can do 100 things that people may not agree with, but then they’ll do one thing that is absolutely amazing beyond belief that makes those 100 things seem so tiny and meaningless that 1000 more of those sometimes annoying ENFP quirks can be dismissed for that one thing! Just keep looking for it, you have a life to do so!
      Walt Disney went through heaps of jobs till he found that one “thing”, which you probably already know! Being an Ne, you’ll want to explore everything. And that’s okay- because of your desire to open many new doors, you’ll have many interesting roads you can explore.

  4. J says:

    Does this mean that ISTJs are the most nondescript personality type?

  5. Love says:

    😀 I knew it! Thank you! Lol :3

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