This is one of the earliest threads, possibly the earliest on record, that I created not long after joining this forum. I still remember this, and have to remark on how much my typing has improved over the past four years. This is also helped by remarkable discussions, as well as real-life interactions that have fostered this development.
I hope others can learn to type by looking as well, by drawing relationships or similarities between members of a personality type, and not base it on a predetermined dogma about how everyone of a personality is supposed to behave. If music connects humanity, then the following threads, which I have made to help remember certain INFJ singers or musicians, as well as a tool to help people identify others through type, might assist those who hope to develop their own method of personality typing on the fly:
INTJ, INFJ singers
Through experience in observing people, it appears that the vast majority of the population are intuitive dominants (ENTP, ENFP, INTJ, and INFJ), with ENTP and INFJ being rarer than INTJ and ENFP. ENFJ, ESFJ, ESTJ, ENTJ, ESTP, ESFP, ISFJ, and ISTJ, as well as ISTP, ISFP, INFP are relatively rare as well. INTP is also not as common as INTJ. It also appears that an INTJ might not recognize another INTJ, or an ENFP might not recognize another ENFP. This is attributed to variants in a personality type. You can check the following thread for more details, about the origins of those variations:
If morphic resonance is of any help, than the development of recognition for members of the same personality type might be achieved sooner than expected, especially among the INFJ community, of which I am a member. You can check out my INTJ guesses in the INTJ Confirmed and Guessed thread:
You are also welcome to visit the Guess the Type sub-forum: