Chester A. Arthur - U.S. president.
He went to same highschool that I did, which is quite small and in the middle of nowhere. (I graduated with 58) He was also an INTJ.
I admire him because he came from almost nothing and rose to the top of the political world using his mind alone, despite much alienation by his political party.
I suppose that this says that I value originality and reform over the established guard, no matter how unpopular.
From my avatar, you should be able to tell that I'm an admirer of Erwin Rommel, the German Field Marshall of the Afrika Korps in WW2. I love the way he challenged Hitler's orders, e.g. on the policy of Jews, and the way he still commanded infinite amounts of respect from so many people, through not only this but also his military genius.
I'm also partial to Alexander the Great, mainly because of his huge will power and determination. This is why I also admire Perikles of Athens, who roused the polis and inspired a bit of patriotism in them to fight the Persians. Not because of his being an orator, but because he, too, was a good strategist. The same applies to Themistokles, who used his skills to persuade the Athenians to spend a large amount of silver they'd dug up out of a mine on ships rather than a shitty wall.
So, I'm big on military commanders. And even though I don't want to go into the military as a career (even though I'm in the OTC), I still have a lot of time for strategists and the like. You can use the same skills in, for example, business.
Napolean Bonaparte (not sure if I spelled that right, ill edit later if not) for his sure determination after being outcasted and exiled still being able to come back and almost restart the revolution with nothing. And for his pure ambition to acomplish whatever he puts his mind to. He wasnt exactly the biggest military genius but he was still a great tactician either way.