ISTPs are artists who strive to learn how the material world works. They are focused on practical problem solving and physical contact with the outside world. ISTPs use logical thinking and dive deep into the details. By working physically with their environment, they have a first-hand understanding of how things work and how best to achieve their goals. They are called Masters because they are good at their job and like to work with their hands. ISTPs value practical hobbies such as craft or wood processing, carpentry, architecture, and so on.
Masters easily perceive the details of the surrounding world and curiously collect facts, so that they build a logical chain of events in a particular situation. They react spontaneously to crisis moments and quickly determine the best way out of the circumstances, making decisions based on the facts.
ISTPs are independent and need a space that allows them to be free, creative, and practical. They always have their own opinion on a particular issue. They are alien to following the rules and regulations. At the same time, they easily violate the boundaries of other people's personal space and are genuinely surprised when they receive an unfriendly refusal, so it is useful for ISTPs to learn to read other people's emotions and be sensitive.
Masters prefer to do their own thing and act in the here and now. They are attracted to excitement, an active lifestyle, and extreme sports. Usually, Masters are fearless, full of a thirst for adventure and a desire to be constantly on the move. Therefore, getting into a routine situation, they begin to get bored.