Bill Gates, co-founder, pretty much the face of Microsoft. Software developer, billionaire and in his later years, philanthropist which I think are all key in typing Bill Gates. At the time of this post, Bill and Melinda Gates have decided to break up and throw in the the towel, who knows why really. We’ve got more important matters at hand, like figuring out whether Bill Gates is an ENTJ, INTP and I even considered the possibility of the ESTJ (I know that’s a stretch, but worth a chance in our analysis). Let’s take a dive, shall we.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and Amazon CEO of this massive E-Commerce company we all know as Amazon. Yeah I love the name. A name I don’t think will ever go away, online shopping -everything online. One of Bezos‘ famous quotes –
“The best customer service is if the customer doesn’t need to call you, doesn’t need to talk to you. It just works.”
I couldn’t agree more. I shop on Amazon all the time, yeah there are returns and awful products out there. Sometimes, my package gets lost, damaged, stolen or in extremely rare cases – just never arrives, but that’s the worse case scenario. At the end of the day, Amazon isn’t successful for nothing. Amazon, or should I say Bezos – keeps customer service as the main priority.
Enough about Amazon, though it’s hard to separate the two. On to the man who literally wrote the word Amazon on his wall before Amazon went online.
The first time around I wasn’t all too impressed actually, it felt like these two were just warming up. Personality fanatics (for a lack of a better word), were really unsure whether Elon Musk was an INTP or an INTJ. In round 2 though, we really get to see Ti, Ne, Si and Fe come out. Joe does a great job with parental Ti and challenges Elon with it.
I’ve been itching to write a post about Elon Musk for a while now. Particularly because there’s been so much buzz circulating this what people call “The Tony Stark” of this modern age. From Tesla, to Solar City to Spacex – this guy has his hands in everything. Let’s not forget about HyperLoop, a bullet train that said to transport humans from San Diego to San Francisco in roughly an hours time.
Elon is an interesting character to cover, he’s up there with the Jobs and Zuckerbergs of our time.
With much popularity comes much controversy and criticism we all know this. But this is a good thing for getting to know Elon, I found a good amount of interviews and had the chance to observe his mannerisms, body language – just about anything to decipher his personality type.
Yes, I have decided to write a post on Donald Trump. I’ve been around since the 80’s and to really get a good typing on anyone you’ve got to spend a good bit of time with them. For celebrities and big names out there we can’t exactly do that – so we instead watch history unfold over time. See, you have to go back in time, personality typing is a dynamic process. It isn’t a static snapshot.
For all you leftists out there don’t get butt hurt about this post, I’ll cover Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on another post so stay tuned for that. It’ll be interesting coverage.