Larry Page Personality Type – INTP

Larry Page INTP Personality Type


It all started in a garage in Menlo Park, California, two INTP brainiacs by the name of Larry Page and Sergey Brin began working on what has become the largest, widely used Search Engine in the world – Google.

Yes Sergey is also an INTP, what a powerhouse given both are powered by Ti (Introverted Thinking).

If Google were a personality type, it too would be an INTP. INTP is behind the scenes, but able to expand itself to every corner of the world using it’s mind (Ti), building the future (Extraverted Intuition) data driven (Introverted Sensing) and achieving Fe (Extraverted Feeling) by ultimately changing reality as we know it.

You know there aren’t a lot of INTP’s out there, sources say INFJ’s are the rarest of types but I actually think it’s the INTP.

Where would the world be without Google? This entire entity has become an essential backbone to our modern society and beyond and who knows how Google will evolve through the ages.

Google’s mission was to organize and make accessible the vast amount of information on the internet, and it quickly became one of the most influential technology companies in the world.

One thing is for certain, Larry Page has revealed plans on creating some kind of “digital god” with the advent of A.I. artificial intelligence coupled with Google – the possibilities are endless and kinda scary.

While on the Tucker Carlson show, Elon Musk explains at one point he and Larry Page had a falling out surrounding the topic of Artificial Intelligence. Sources say they don’t talk as much as they used too, but I wouldn’t necessarily say they aren’t friends.

But it’s crazy how these two were in the same room at some point in time, I’d really like to see Elon, Larry and Sergey in room nerd out about any topic, I bet would be nerdgasmic either way.

“Lots of companies don’t succeed over time. What do they fundamentally do wrong? They usually miss the future.”

Larry Page

Two INTP’s building something awesome (Google) in a Menlo Park garage.

Larry Page's 10 Rules For Success
Larry Page’s 10 Rules For Success

Larry Page’s 10 Rules For Success

1. Set big goals

2. Don’t be afraid of failure – Take the risk

3. Stay organized

4. Concentrate on long term

5. Have a good idea

6. Solve bigger problems

7. Take on challenges

8. Don’t settle

9. Adapt to changes

10. Follow your dreams