I don't know to whom is the "we" in the topic of this thread referring to and I'm not sure if I want to be part of that group. But anyway, my point wasn't to start nitpicking. It's just that I have some amazing co-workers and friends who I look up to. I don't know their types but I like to think that they are SJ's because they fit my SJ profile. So beware, here's some serious stereotyping, which is actually being serious:
At work, they are the ones who know what to say or do in the moment at hand. They are on top of things and thus are usually the ones who know the best and are the most respected members in the workplace. They have quick and sharp minds and can see the obvious in no time. They know how to prioritize and have seldom problems with deadlines. They are innovative and always have exiting, useful ideas.
In spare time, they are amazing partners, parents and friends. You can count on them anytime. The advice they give you is priceless because they are clever thinkers who can spot the problem and know how to deal with it. They have great sense of humor and are pretty witty. Everybody wants to be friends with them, and no wonder they are so popular!