Skip to content
Arnold Schwarzenegger - ENTJ

Myers-Briggs Type: ENTJ

Enneagram Type: 3

Human Design Type: Manifesting Generator

Arnold's Cognitive Functions - ENTJ


Assesses information based on it’s ability to produce outcomes. (more)

Juxtaposes data in the unconscious in order to mine patterns and insight. (more)

Orients the self to the physical world through direct sensory perception. (more)

Evaluates information based on subjective personal values. (more)

About Arnold Schwarzenegger

Arnold Schwarzenegger is an Austrian-American actor, bodybuilder, and former politician. He was born on July 30, 1947, in the small Austrian village of Thal. His father was the local police chief, and his mother was a housewife. He had four siblings, and his family was very strict, valuing hard work and physical fitness. From a young age, Arnold was encouraged to participate in sports, and he discovered his talent for weight training when he was just 15.

Arnold’s passion for bodybuilding led him to move to Munich, Germany, to pursue his dream of becoming a professional bodybuilder. He won his first Mr. Universe title at the age of 20 and went on to win the title four more times. In 1970, he won the Mr. Olympia competition for the first time, and he went on to win the title seven more times. He is considered one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time.

Arnold’s Rise to Fame

Arnold’s success in bodybuilding brought him to the attention of the entertainment industry, and he began to pursue a career in acting. He made his film debut in the 1969 film “Hercules in New York,” which was panned by critics but gave Arnold his first taste of the film industry. Arnold continued to train and compete in bodybuilding competitions, but he also began to take acting lessons and seek out roles in films.

Arnold’s breakthrough role came in 1982 when he starred in the film “Conan the Barbarian.” The film was a hit, and Arnold’s performance as the muscle-bound hero catapulted him to stardom. He went on to star in a number of successful films, including “The Terminator,” “Predator,” and “Total Recall.” Arnold’s unique combination of size, strength, and charisma made him a natural fit for action movies, and he quickly became one of the biggest stars in Hollywood.

Arnold Becomes Governor of California

Arnold was also actively involved in politics, and he became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1983. He was a vocal supporter of the Republican Party, and he was an advocate for a number of conservative causes, including limited government and free market economics. In 2003, Arnold announced his candidacy for governor of California, and he was elected in a special election later that year. During his time as governor, Arnold focused on a number of important issues, including education reform, environmental protection, and economic development.

Today, Arnold continues to be an influential figure in the entertainment industry, and his legacy as a bodybuilder and politician will always be remembered.

Back To Top