A recent seminar I attended discussed strategies of dealing with various personality types based on the Myers-Briggs testing. We all took a shortened version of the test and the overall results were close to world population averages, with a bit of skewing toward type ESFJ, the emotional and social personality type. It was not surprising to the speaker since the majority of the audience was socially conscious non-profit organization executives and staff.
I have taken the test many times, in short and long forms, and the result is always the same: INTJ. For my personality type, this particular speaker was using words like visionary, problem-solver, wizard, and mastermind. I like to think I know myself very well, but I've never thought of myself in those terms, more as a big-picture, rational thinking, analytical, independent loner.
He pointed out that INTJs hate being bogged down with minute details and micro-management and have much difficulty dealing with other personalities who love it. I already knew that; I was married to someone like that for 12 years and that's exactly why it didn't last. And you should see me after a particular elderly client makes his regular stop in my office and spends 90 minutes telling me EVERY SINGLE, LITTLE THING he's done and thought that day (from shit to shinola, I kid you not).
I must admit I rather liked the images conjured up by the speaker's INTJ description so...
You can call me Visionary.
You can call me Problem Solver.
You can call me Wizard.
You can call me Mastermind.