You may be an ISFJ
This type likes to “make a plan” and “make it happen.” They find it difficult to adapt, improvise, or “let go,” (unless their goal has been replaced with a better one).
This type believes in logic and objectivity. They strive to keep emotion “out of the equation.” “The body” is little more than “a support system for their mind” and “a tool they can use to express their thoughts.” Once they come to a decision, they rarely hesitate, and give little thought to emotions (their own or other people’s).
This type believes in “one objective truth.” They dedicate themselves to “optimizing” and “perfecting” every aspect of their life. They often end up with a wide range of skills and expertise, and (being perfectionists) they attempt to master “all of them.”