What Is Your Disney Personality Type?

You know those personality tests that can give you quite a bit of insight into who you and your fundamental traits? Well, when it comes to fundamentals, it doesn’t get any more essential to us than Disney. So, take the Myers-Briggs test online, then come back to see which Disney characters share your personality type. It’s up for interpretation, but here’s our very scientific* thoughts on where certain characters fall:


ISTJ (Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging)

What is your Disney personality type?
Just like Beast’s personal time-keeper, you honor duty before pleasure and particularly enjoy traditions and loyalty. Logical, thorough, and somewhat serious, you are rather straightforward (which makes sense if you remember Cogsworth’s candid reply to what Beast should give Belle as a present).


ISFJ (Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging)

What is your Disney personality type?
The perfect example of loyalty and kindness, you will go to great lengths to help someone in need, which is usually aided by your innate ability to remember details and the specific needs of the people close to you. You appreciate peace and do what you can to create that environment, like pulling out a glass slipper at just the right moment.


INFJ (Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging)
What is your Disney personality type?
Recognizing that there are just as many different types of people as colors of the wind, you want to know what makes people tick and what motivates them. Observant and good-natured, you pay attention to others’ needs and let your counsel flow from your commitment to your firm values.


INTJ (Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging)
What is your Disney personality type?
Bright and forward-thinking, you are independent and a natural leader, but you also have a tendency to be skeptical and pessimistic. You are very motivated to reach your goals and hold yourself (and others) to a high standard. (There are some instances where you can learn to let it go.)


ISTP (Introverted, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving)
What is your Disney personality type?
A true craftsman at heart, you are a problem solver and understand things best by taking them apart. Not particularly fond of rules, you are independent, adventurous, and willing to strike out on your own to find a solution to a problem, big or (ant-size) small.


ISFP (Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving)
What is your Disney personality type?
Very in tune with your senses, you are friendly, kind, and enjoy having your space. That said, you are extremely loyal and committed to your friends. You may seem thick-skinned, but you can take things rather personally. It helps to have a motto like, “hakuna matata.”


INFP (Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving)
What is your Disney personality type?
Quick to see the best in people, you are good-natured and compassionate. You have a knack for finding the possibilities in your surroundings and are creative and idealistic. You’re a bit of a dreamer and can see outside of your proverbial provincial town.


INTP (Introverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving)
What is your Disney personality type?
You are a thinker and tend to get lost in thought. Always seeking a logical explanation, you carefully problem solve and project a calm and serious demeanor. But you are very passionate about the things that interest you (like your memoir, perhaps).


ESTP (Extroverted, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving)
Flynn Rider
What is your Disney personality type?
If someone doesn’t draw your nose right, you’re going to say something about it. You’re straightforward and don’t mind telling people what you think. Rules are more “guidelines” with you, and you never let them get in the way of going on a new adventure.


ESFP (Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, Perceiving)
Peter Pan
What is your Disney personality type?
Never one to shy away from attention, you are outgoing, friendly, and sometimes loud. You can get bored easily, so you’d almost always rather be spending time with friends. You are spontaneous and have been known to fly off to Never Land in a moment’s notice.


ENFP (Extroverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving)
What is your Disney personality type?
There’s a whole new world out there, and you love to imagine all of its possibilities. You are warm and creative and generally look on the bright side of things. When things get a little rough (like needing to defeat an evil sorcerer), you are quick to improvise.


ENTP (Extroverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving)
Jack Sparrow
What is your Disney personality type?
Quick to tell a good story, you are witty and playful. You have an exceptional ability to read other people and like to keep things interesting to avoid getting bored by routine. Even in dire straits, you keep your spirits afloat with a good tale.


ESTJ (Extroverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging)
What is your Disney personality type?
Quite practical and decisive, you are effective in carrying out your plans while adhering to your strong moral character. You are excellent at organizing people by setting clear boundaries and encouraging apples for gifts (maybe that’s just Maximus).


ESFJ (Extroverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging)
Mary Poppins
What is your Disney personality type?
Always polite and proper, you are happiest when you can help someone. You are deeply generous and compassionate and value harmony and loyalty. You might come across as bossy, but it’s only because you care so deeply for those around you. Basically, you are practically perfect in every way.


ENFJ (Extroverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging)
What is your Disney personality type?
Sensitive to feelings and needs to everyone in the circle of life, you have a unique gift for giving guidance when someone really needs it. You are warm and lighthearted and encourage the potential in everyone, which makes you a particularly inspiring leader.


ENTJ (Extroverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging)
What is your Disney personality type?
You are a firm and decisive leader, a position that comes naturally to you. You have a tendency to make decisions rationally and put emotions aside, which can make you good at negotiating. However, when giving compliments, it could be reduced to a simple, “You fight good.”


*It’s not really that scientific.

Posted 8 years Ago
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