Seconded. I want to try my luck with the ISFJ's. Don't think I know any though.
I think 3 of the women I work with are ISFJs. One is a cashier in the department store. She just got her bachelor's this spring. The other two come in 1-2 times a week, just enough to get the discount. One of them is an accountant and the other....I don't know what she is. She's just...always....folding clothes. She does it all day, alone. Yet, she's so friendly. It makes me think she's ISFJ.
Actually, there's a 4th one. She does payroll in the store, and spends her entire shifts in her office with the door closed.
The one that's a cashier, I'd so be all over her if she wasn't married.
This book gives phrases that might draw ISFJs out in the open...you know, like tapping two pieces of wood together for wild animals...
"I promise. You have my word on it."
"What would make you feel comfortable?"
"Do you need some time to think about this?"
"May I share something private with you?"
"What's your recollection about that?"