As an MBTI® practitioner and character analyst, I’m typically requested about well-known folks and what makes them tick. One one that incessantly comes up in dialog is Elvis Presley. He was a magnetic particular person with large enchantment. Till not too long ago I didn’t know a lot about Elvis Presley. However over time, I began to choose up bits of knowledge from numerous articles and mentions on tv. Final week I bought the prospect to look at Baz Luhrmann’s film, Elvis. This sparked my curiosity in regards to the larger-than-life “King.” After all, Luhrmann’s film isn’t 100% fact. Modifications had been made to create a linear, engaging storyline.
However what was it about Elvis that made him so well-liked? What components of his character have been apparent from childhood until his premature demise in 1977?
Let’s check out his character from a typology perspective.
A have a look at Elvis Presley’s life and achievements
Elvis Presley was an individualistic performer who went on to make historical past and grow to be an iconic determine in music. He helped pioneer the rock ‘n’ roll sound and nonetheless reigns as one of the vital influential performers of all time.
Not solely did Elvis Presley’s albums promote within the thousands and thousands, however he additionally loved success on display screen, starring in such movies as ‘Love Me Tender’ and ‘Jailhouse Rock’. His philanthropy can be an inspiration—in 1961, he began a practice of giving funds to greater than 50 charitable organizations, donating greater than $100,000 a 12 months.
What was Elvis like as a baby?
Each time I have a look at somebody’s character sort, I all the time attempt to begin originally. Childhood is a time the place lots of a person’s most influential character traits come to gentle. Feeling varieties are extra clearly ardent and passionate in childhood. Pondering varieties are humorously blunt. Sensors are interacting with their setting whereas intuitives give into their creativeness and imaginative and prescient.
After all, all youngsters do all of this stuff – however sure qualities stand out as “favorites.” Kids will maintain coming again to the preferences which are pure for them many times.
A fast have a look at Elvis Presley’s childhood:
Elvis Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi, on January 8, 1935. Raised in poverty, his household struggled to pay the payments and needed to transfer incessantly as a result of they had been typically evicted. Elvis’s mom, Gladys, did cotton picking to make ends meet, laying Elvis down on a sack and dragging him alongside the rows beside her when he was a child. As a toddler, Elvis helped her choose the bolls off the stems of cotton. He realized early on that he’d should step up and be a part of the household’s monetary assist in the event that they had been going to make ends meet.
“Don’t you are worried none, Child,” Elvis reportedly informed his mom, Gladys, at one level. “After I develop up, I’m going to purchase you a superb home and pay the whole lot you owe on the grocery retailer and get two Cadillacs–one for you and Daddy, and one for me.’”
Elvis Presley’s beginning was marked by tragedy. His older twin brother, Jessie Garon Presley, was stillborn and his demise deeply wounded Elvis’s mom. Because of this, she and Elvis’s father, Vernon, determined to by no means have any extra youngsters — Elvis could be their solely son. In flip, Gladys turned extraordinarily overprotective of Elvis, threatening to physically punish him if he ever escaped from her sight. It’s even stated that his mom slept in the identical mattress as him till his teenage years, developing with a “child language” that they might converse collectively.
The result’s that younger Elvis was typically shy, awkward, and nervous round different folks. The truth is, he was so shy that he would sometimes stutter in social settings. A childhood buddy, Mary Magdalene Morgan, as soon as stated of Elvis, “He all the time appeared nervous. He may by no means utterly sit nonetheless, he stuttered however to not the purpose you couldn’t perceive him.”
“Each time I get excited, I stutter a bit bit. I’ve a tough time saying ‘when’ or ‘the place’ or any phrases that begin with ‘w’ or ‘i.’” – Elvis Presley
The College Days of Elvis Presley
All accounts appear to state that Elvis was shy, introverted, and musically pushed as a baby. He carried out mediocre to poorly at school, and was deemed “candy and common” by his academics. A dreamer at coronary heart, he didn’t present a lot curiosity in classes, and was typically discovered daydreaming or getting distracted. For those who had been to have a look at his childhood, you wouldn’t essentially have seen indicators of the later success he would grow to be.
“I wasn’t well-liked at school. I failed music . . . solely factor I ever failed.” – Elvis Presley
At eleven years previous, Elvis bought his first guitar as a present from his mom. He was an keen learner, choosing up chords shortly and making an attempt to copy the beloved songs he heard in church or in his neighborhood. By the seventh grade, Elvis was carrying his guitar with him to high school day by day. Different college students would later recall him enjoying his guitar throughout lunchtime or recess, however not often for any formal appearances. His style for “hillbilly” or Black music was incessantly scorned by academics and classmates. The truth is, bullying was a daily incidence in younger Elvis’s life. Future label mate Barbara Pittman as soon as remembered that her older brother and his buddies “used to cover behind buildings and throw issues at [Elvis]—rotten fruit and stuff—as a result of he was completely different, as a result of he was quiet and he stuttered, and he was a mama’s boy.”
Different classmates stole his beloved guitar and cut the strings early in eight grade to taunt Elvis.
Shyness was typically a wrestle for younger Elvis. When he was 12 years previous, a neighborhood radio station gave him the prospect to sing on considered one of their reveals. He shortly turned down the chance as a result of he was too nervous. It appeared that solely in church on Sundays did he have the arrogance to affix in and sing loudly with the congregation.
“I’m so nervous. I’ve all the time been nervous, ever since I used to be a child.” – Elvis Presley
Elvis Presley discovered a way of consolation within the Black neighborhood, as he had spent his childhood in principally Black neighborhoods. The neighborhood appeared to simply accept him, however with a bit head-scratching at instances as properly. Black individuals who knew Elvis when he was a child stated “that he was a bizarre little white child.” Music author and filmmaker Nelson George stated “Elvis was an outlier”.
As Elvis reached his teen years, his confidence started to develop. He began carrying flashy garments and slicking his hair again with Vaseline and black shoe polish. Nobody was fairly certain what to consider him, however he didn’t appear to care.
“I assume I all the time knew if you wish to stand out in a crowd you gotta be completely different”
Many at school mocked Elvis for his style style, calling him a freak. However his days of hiding within the background had been quickly to be within the rear view mirror. He loved frequenting Beale Road Blues golf equipment and participating within the group sings on the Rev. H.W. Brewster’s Black Memphis Church. His musical inspirations right here turned the foundations of his model sooner or later.
In 1954, life for Elvis Presley drastically modified. Solar recording studio boss Sam Phillips was searching for a brand new sound; somebody who may change issues up within the musical world. When Elvis Presley entered the studio on Saturday, June 26, 1954, Sam Phillips was instantly curious. Right here was a 19-year-old boy with lengthy sideburns, pimples on his neck, and greasy black hair swept again in a ducktail. However what Phillips famous most was Elvis’s humility and introversion.
“Now you’ve bought to bear in mind Elvis Presley in all probability innately was essentially the most introverted person who got here into that studio.” – Sam Phillips, Rolling Stone
Presley didn’t impress in the course of the first few hours of his recording session with Phillips. He would sing quite a lot of songs, strumming rudimentary chords on his beat-up guitar. Nothing gave the impression to be hitting the suitable spot. After hours of recording, Phillips and his assistants had almost written Elvis off. They determined to take a break to recoup, and that’s when one thing sudden occurred. Shy, introverted Elvis bought the thought to place himself on the market and sing one thing completely different than what he’d been making an attempt all day. He began leaping round, “performing the idiot” by all accounts, and belted out “That’s Alright, Mama” with no concept that anybody would take him critically.
“This music popped into my thoughts that I had heard years in the past, and I began kidding round with [it]’.” – Elvis Presley
This music, an previous Blues quantity by Arthur ‘Huge Boy’ Crudup, modified the whole lot. Phillips and his staff recorded and edited as if in a “fever dream.” This music went on to outline Elvis as an artist and skyrocket his profession.
Fame Isn’t All the time Simple
In contrast to different artists from the time who brazenly expressed their rebelliousness and status, Elvis Presley was by no means one to brag or boast about his success. He stated in a 1960 interview, “Don’t name me the King, I’m not the king. Lots of people appear to suppose I began this enterprise, however rock ‘n’ roll was right here a very long time earlier than I got here alongside.”
It was vital to Elvis to by no means really feel like he was pretending or getting swept up within the hype of himself. On stage he may wiggle and shake within the spirit of the music he beloved, however offstage he was notably humble and quiet.
“…the picture is one factor and the human being is one other…it’s very exhausting to reside as much as a picture.” –
“I’m making an attempt to maintain a stage head. You must watch out out on the planet. It’s really easy to get turned.”
“For those who let your head get too large, it’ll break your neck.”
“I’d identical to to be handled like a daily buyer.”
“Simply because I managed to do some one thing, I don’t need anybody again dwelling to suppose I bought the large head.” – Elvis Presley
Repeatedly, Elvis was reluctant to reside as much as his newfound fame and the movie star that surrounded him. By no means eager to be too large for his boots, Elvis needed to stay genuine and true to himself all through his profession.
Tragically, some folks noticed Elvis as a way to make earnings and took benefit of his recognition with deplorable outcomes. From his supervisor Colonel Tom Parker to the many individuals he surrounded himself with, Elvis fell sufferer to those who took benefit of him. Sycophants clung to Elvis and dragged him into a life-style that finally led to his decline.
Ultimately it was revealed that Presley’s supervisor, Colonel Tom Parker, was pocketing about 80% of Presley’s income. Parker additionally employed corrupt medical doctors to maintain Elvis both pepped up or sedated, with the intention to maintain him acting at a really rigorous schedule of two reveals an evening, seven days per week in Las Vegas. Parker, a playing addict, saved Presley in Las Vegas with the intention to proceed his dependancy with none boundaries.
“The Colonel made certain he bought his personal wants taken care of, however Elvis was locked into this type of indentured servitude,” journalist Alanna Nash explained. Nash spent a few years probing into the life and legend of Parker, a lot of which she says has been obscured on objective.
Elvis’ premature demise in 1977 was a results of a few years of taking pharmaceuticals to deal with the pressures and expectations that got here together with his fame. His premature demise is a reminder of the darkish facet of fame, and the way it may be mishandled.
Elvis and the Black Neighborhood
There have been combined messages about Presley’s involvement within the Black neighborhood. On one hand, Elvis helped to attract consideration to Black blues, rhythm-and-blues and gospel music. In Presley’s early years, Black music was routinely denied any mainstream radio and tv airtime. Folks referred to as Black music “immoral” or “barbaric.” Presley’s selection of utilizing Black music, and crediting Black songwriters, was a daring assertion at a time when racism was nonetheless rampant.
However, Presley profited much more from music written by Black songwriters than the unique songwriters did. Black artists at the moment had been typically denied their rightful recognition, and infrequently acquired the identical stage of respect or monetary compensation that Elvis was given.
Elvis Presley himself confirmed respect in the direction of the Black neighborhood, as he felt a kinship with them because of his childhood rising up in Black neighborhoods. James Brown, the “Godfather of Soul”, famously stated: “I wasn’t only a fan, I used to be his brother.” Brown – born in poverty in Barnwell, South Carolina, on the opposite facet of the segregated south’s racial divide from Presley, who was born dirt-poor in Tupelo, Mississippi – was reportedly the one and solely entertainer allowed to have non-public time with Elvis’s physique after his demise. “Elvis and I are the one true American originals,” Brown insisted. “There’ll by no means be one other like that soul brother.”
“I thank God for Elvis Presley. I thank the Lord for sending Elvis to open that door so I may stroll down the street, you perceive?” – Little Richard
Certainly one of Presley’s most well-known friendships was with Blues legend B.B. King. King stated. “I’d play Lucille (his guitar) and sing with Elvis, or we’d take turns. It was his method of enjoyable’…’We had been the unique Blues Brothers as a result of that man knew extra blues songs than most within the enterprise – and after some nights it felt like we sang everybody considered one of them.”
Presley additionally credited the Black neighborhood and Black songwriters for his success. He famously stated: “No person can sing that sort of music like coloured folks. Let’s face it: I can’t sing it like Fat Domino can. I do know that. However I all the time appreciated that sort of music. I used to go to the coloured church buildings after I was a child – like Rev. Brewster’s Church”
It was vital to Elvis Presley to credit score his Black sources. Nonetheless, sadly, he was capable of far out-earn a lot of the Black artists who had so vastly influenced him and it’s vital to acknowledge their affect and their contributions to his success.
Analyzing Elvis Presley’s Character Sort
With a purpose to analyze Presley’s character sort, it’s essential for me to dig into the methods he and others who knew him described his preferences and tendencies. I watched a whole lot of video interviews of Elvis to attempt to confirm his typical method of talking and regarding others. I strive to not sort Elvis primarily based on his performances an excessive amount of, contemplating performers should function from their persona greater than their actual character. Many charismatic, showstopping performers are literally fairly quiet and soft-spoken of their each day lives. Elvis appears to be considered one of them.
Introverted Feeling (Fi)
What I see instantly with Elvis Presley is a desire for Introverted Feeling (Fi). Now when you don’t know what that’s, don’t fear, I’m going to elucidate proper now.
Introverted Feeling is a psychological course of that focuses on being true to 1’s self and one’s values. Checking in with the self, being certain that what you’re doing feels genuine, these are the issues that matter to folks with this desire. Varieties with Introverted Feeling are sometimes reserved and pushed by a sure conviction that comes from inside. They suppose with the center greater than the pinnacle, and think about their values greater than the underside line. Individualism is widespread amongst Introverted Feeling varieties. They typically stand out for his or her particular person selections and do what feels proper relatively than making an attempt to slot in.
We will see Introverted Feeling tendencies in a few of the following Elvis Presley quotes:
“Values are like fingerprints. No person’s are the identical, however you permit ’em throughout the whole lot you do.”
“It’s not how a lot you may have that makes folks look as much as you, it’s who you might be.”
“I’m making an attempt to maintain a stage head. You must watch out out on the planet. It’s really easy to get turned.”
“I’m not making an attempt to be horny. It’s simply my method of expressing myself after I transfer round.”
“, these folks in New York usually are not gonna change me none. I’m gonna present you what the true Elvis is like tonight.”
“I simply do no matter I really feel on stage. Simply all the time did that.” – Elvis
Introverted Feeling isn’t solely evident in Presley’s quotes, it appears evident in how others describe Presley as properly. He got here onto the scene carrying outfits that weren’t the norm, styling his hair in a brand new method, even carrying eye make-up. Nothing he did was the “norm” for a typical white younger man in America within the ’50s. However he didn’t appear to care, even when his classmates referred to as him a freak or speak present hosts urged him to be extra conservative in his strategy.
“Elvis Presley was an explorer of huge new landscapes of dream and phantasm. He was a person who refused to be informed that the most effective of his desires wouldn’t come true, who refused to be outlined by anybody else’s conceptions.” T – Dave Marsh
Introverted Feeling varieties are pushed from the center inside and are much less involved about tailoring themselves to exterior values. One theme that comes up many times in Elvis’s life is the continuous checking in to see if he’s doing one thing that feels proper to him. Partway via his profession, when Colonel Tom Parker had him doing Christmas specials, he bought fed up and stated he needed to do one thing of substance relatively than Christmas specials. He made a dedication to by no means sing a music he didn’t truly wish to sing once more. That is an strategy that you simply’ll typically see with Introverted Feeling varieties. They should consider in what they’re doing from a coronary heart stage – they hate doing something just because it’s anticipated or others’ demand it.
After all, later in Elvis Presley’s profession, when he was being managed by Colonel Tom Parker’s manipulations and calls for, he felt trapped. He ultimately tried to fireplace Parker, who then drew up an bill for what he claimed Elvis owed him. Shocked, Elvis realized he couldn’t pay the sum and agreed to maintain working in Las Vegas for Parker. This was probably a really troublesome state of affairs for Elvis, as Introverted Feeling varieties hate being roped into one thing that doesn’t really feel like a real need for them and so they detest feeling trapped.
Extraverted Sensing (Se)
The opposite psychological course of we see with Elvis Presley is a desire for Extraverted Sensing (Se). This cognitive perform focuses on taking in literal particulars, interacting with the setting, and staying tapped into the current second. Folks with a desire for Extraverted Sensing wish to really feel at one with their setting. After they drive a automobile, they are the automobile to some extent. They merge with the vitality, rhythm, and alternatives out there in any explicit second. There’s a stressed, adventurous vitality to folks with a desire for this perform. They crave freedom, expertise, and motion.
We will see Elvis Presley’s pure physicality in his performances. He’s at one with the music, the rhythm, and even his personal sense of favor. He is aware of tips on how to “work the group” and grow to be remodeled by their vitality and the music itself.
“Some folks faucet their ft, some folks snap their fingers, and a few folks sway forwards and backwards. I simply sorta do ‘em all collectively, I assume.” – Elvis Presley
“A reside live performance to me is thrilling due to all of the electrical energy that’s generated within the crowd and on stage. It’s my favourite a part of the enterprise – reside live shows.” – Elvis Presley
“Rhythm is one thing you both have or don’t have, however when you may have it, you may have it throughout.” – Elvis Presley
It’s simple to see how Elvis’s Introverted Feeling facet merged together with his Extraverted Sensing facet all through his profession. He selected to be completely different and true to himself, and that’s what made him stand out and grow to be so influential. He selected to maneuver the way in which he did as a result of it’s what felt proper in his coronary heart, nevertheless it’s additionally one thing he skilled via the vitality of the music round him. While you have a look at his life you may see that he engaged together with his setting via dance, karate, horseback driving, style, and musical experimentation. Anybody watching a efficiency of Elvis can see that he’s emotionally tapped into what he’s doing; he’s singing from his coronary heart. He additionally is ready to join together with his environment (in his case, the viewers, the stage, his personal physique) in a really dynamic, real method.
Introverted Instinct (Ni)
Introverted Instinct is a psychological course of that focuses on the summary issues in life. Folks with a desire for this type of instinct learn behind the scenes on issues relatively than trying on the precise particulars. They’re much less involved with information and particulars and extra involved with theories and meanings. Introverted instinct sees ripple results, predicts future outcomes, and seeks conceptual exploration.
As a result of Elvis has a desire for Sensing over Instinct (in his case, Extraverted Sensing) we don’t see Elvis doing a whole lot of future forecasting or conceptualizing. When he speaks, he’s very right down to earth. He appears approachable, laid-back, and grounded. He has a simple humorousness and talks about issues which are actual, tangible, and simple to know. It’s clear that Elvis isn’t an intuitive, not less than from how he’s described by others or how he presents himself publicly. But he nonetheless has some inkling of Introverted Instinct. He typically talked about figuring out that he was destined for one thing large. He all the time felt a calling to pursue music, and had an intuitive figuring out that his life could be completely different.
“From the time I used to be a child, I all the time knew one thing was going to occur to me. Didn’t know precisely what.” – Elvis Presley
Elvis additionally loved studying non secular books. His library was full of Bibles, together with “The Mystic Bible” by Dr. Randolph Stone. He additionally learn “Sure Ladies – A Research of Biblical Ladies” and considered one of his favourite books was “The Impersonal Life” by Joseph Benner. The truth is, Elvis bought lots of of copies of this ebook to present to household and buddies. This ebook explores non secular self-discovery and talks about main a non secular life. The ebook teaches that there aren’t any coincidences and that there’s a highly effective and divine vitality to which all of us belong.
Varieties who worth Introverted Instinct embody the Intuitive-Judging character varieties (INFJs, INTJs, ENFJs, and ENTJs) in addition to the Sensing-Perceiving character varieties (ISFPs, ISTPs, ESFPs, ESTPs). Elvis Presley clearly reveals an curiosity in deeper, mystical theories and concepts, nevertheless it doesn’t appear to be one thing he “lives and breathes.” An NJ character sort exudes an curiosity in summary subjects from an early age. There’s a relentless need to show subjects of dialog into one thing extra theoretical or summary. Elvis Presley doesn’t present that tendency. He retains issues right down to earth. However in his leisure time he does have a penchant for mystical and non secular ideas and concepts.
Extraverted Pondering (Te)
Extraverted Pondering is a psychological course of that focuses on goal logic and transferring that logic into outer world actions. Folks with a desire for Extraverted Pondering concentrate on organizing their setting to succeed in aims. They concentrate on managing assets, organizing duties and other people, and staying on monitor in the direction of targets. They’re “head over coronary heart” folks.
Elvis Presley didn’t handle his personal enterprise affairs or seemingly even take a concerted effort to know them. He appeared to exterior assist to handle his cash, contracts, and well being. He wasn’t somebody who took cost of organizing his life and managing assets successfully. Sadly, he put his belief within the unsuitable folks to do that with disastrous outcomes.
Presley’s lack of group is apparent in his spending. He was referred to as an enormous spender, going as far as to present 32 Cadillacs to others in a single day (coronary heart over head, for certain). He owned a number of planes and loved not having to research or think about his budgets. He had no concept that Colonel Tom Parker was managing his funds so poorly or making the most of him to the extent that he was.
Elvis Presley’s Character Sort: ISFP
I consider that Elvis Presley is an ISFP character sort. ISFPs worth Introverted Feeling above all different psychological preferences. That is the perform they reside and breathe. We will clearly see that Elvis is somebody who lived with conviction, who adopted his coronary heart, and didn’t thoughts going towards the grain to remain true to himself.
ISFPs additionally worth Extraverted Sensing (Se). We will clearly see that Elvis may get in tune with the bodily world round him and react shortly to adjustments in music, tempo, and rhythm. He additionally loved experimenting with bodily particulars, as is evidenced via his flashy wardrobe. When Elvis speaks, he’s literal, down-to-earth, grounded. These are all qualities of Sensing-Perceiving (SP) character varieties.
ISFPs additionally worth Introverted Instinct (Ni), nevertheless it’s not one thing they do naturally. This perform is one which they’ve a pure curiosity in, nevertheless it’s not one thing they’ve confidence in. They don’t “reside and breathe” it the way in which they do Feeling and Sensing. We will clearly see that Elvis Presley had an curiosity within the summary, mystical, or non secular, nevertheless it was one thing he made time for as a passion relatively than one thing he made a serious focus of in his life.
And lastly, Elvis Presley appears to have inferior Extraverted Pondering (Te). The inferior perform is usually a blind spot or an Achilles’ heel. Presley wasn’t a useful resource administration particular person; he didn’t undergo all his funds or set up and examine his contracts rigorously. He moved via life following his coronary heart greater than trying on the logical ramifications of his selections in lots of circumstances. He outsourced administration, which generally is a good factor, however in his case, he outsourced it to the unsuitable folks. ISFPs have a tendency to hunt others to handle assets as a result of it’s not a pure need for them and it tends to overwhelm them.
We will additionally see that Elvis loved serving to different folks in useful resource methods. He loved giving presents to an extreme diploma, he donated to charity, and he centered on tangible issues he may do to assist others. Folks with a desire for Extraverted Pondering, even when that desire is inferior, are sometimes extremely conscious of assets and wish to discover methods to assist others with them. Typically this reveals up as present giving or charitable contributions.
What Does the Code “ISFP” Imply?
Every of the 16 Myers-Briggs® character varieties has a four-letter code that identifies how they perform on the planet.
I stands for Introversion. From all accounts, Elvis was an introvert. Whereas he demonstrated highly effective showmanship on stage, he was quiet and considerate in his each day life. Even in his interviews one can see that he’s a bit reserved and spends a while pondering earlier than giving his solutions. Introverts concentrate on the interior world earlier than the outer world. The world inside is extra actual to them than the world exterior. They want ample time alone to recharge and put together for all times with others.
S stands for Sensing. Sensing varieties concentrate on information, particulars, and tangible actuality. They’re typically down-to-earth and grounded. That is evidenced in Elvis’s concentrate on the true world round him and the way he not often talks about conceptual topics. No less than in all public appearances, Elvis appears down-to-earth and matter-of-fact.
F stands for Feeling. Feeling varieties observe their coronary heart over their head. They concentrate on interior values or outer values and make selections by first contemplating how they really feel emotionally and the way folks shall be emotionally impacted. It’s clear all through Elvis’s life that he adopted his coronary heart and lived based on what felt proper to him emotionally and based on his private set of values.
P stands for Perceiving. Perceiving varieties get pleasure from a laid-back, versatile way of living. Slightly than planning the whole lot out, they take every day because it comes. Typically in Elvis’s profession, when he was requested about his plans, he’d shrug and say “Colonel (Tom), what’s the plan?” Elvis was somebody who craved freedom and appreciated following his coronary heart all through the day relatively than being roped right into a inflexible schedule. He outsourced his planning to others relatively than organizing his day himself.
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