MBTI personality database
Alan Bates MBTI
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We explore the personality type, best personality matches, zodiac sign and Enneagram type of Alan Bates.
Alan Bates decided to become an actor when he was 11 years old. He received a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London after graduating from grammar school in Derbyshire. Following two years in the Royal Air Force, he joined the Royal Court Theatre's new English Stage Company.
Which personality type is Alan Bates?
Alan Bates is an ISTP personality type. Alan Bates, as an ISTP, tends to be independent and resourceful. People of this type are good at finding practical solutions to problems. They often enjoy working with tools or machines and may be interested in mechanical or technical subjects.
ISTPs are independent and resourceful. They are curious individualists who are not afraid to take risks. They create opportunities and get things done right on time. Virtuosos enjoy the experience of learning by doing messy labor as it gives them a better perspective and understanding of life. They enjoy troubleshooting their own problems to determine which works best. Nothing beats the fun of first-hand experiences that season them with growth and maturity. ISTPs are particular to their principles and freedom. They are realists with a strong sense of justice and equality. With the wish to differ from the rest, they keep their lives private yet spontaneous. It is hard to predict their next move as they tend to be a living puzzle of both fun and mystery.
What are the best personality matches for Alan Bates?
As an ISTP the best personality matches for Alan Bates are ESTP, ESTJ, and ESFJ.
According to the Boo algorithm, an ESTP is the personality with the most similar way of thinking, shared values, and process of decision-making. They are like you, but the extroverted or introverted version. In most cases, we are naturally drawn to individuals who are the polar opposites of our extroversion and introversion, making them a total fit within our compatibility radar.
ESTJ is the second personality type we recommend. Personalities who have opposite 1st and last letters but share the two in between on their MBTI types make good complements. Extroversion and introversion from the example above are the most influential dynamics behind attraction. Of course, do not forget to count the opposing chemistry of Judging and Perceiving that fill in each other's weaknesses. We bet you've heard this love story before — one person is more organized, controlled, and put-together (Judging), while the other is more spontaneous, passive, and carefree (Perceiving). ESFJ can also be a good compatible match we recommend which shares the same 2nd letter in your MBTI type, whether you're both Intuitive (N) or Sensing (S). It indicates your preference in how you view and perceive the world, either by intuition or by your senses. This will primarily determine how likely you are to naturally vibe with someone on a deep level. All the other letters in your personality type may change and you will still be relatively compatible.
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