“Growth happens when you start interacting with others. To improve certain functions of your own, first you need to gain a proper understanding of the function you want to improve, from analysis to the behavior itself. Then you need to spend as much time as you can with others who have this function as a strength. First, learn and develop the function on your own, then go to an environment with a lot of people who have this function to practice it.”
Although not as immediately apparent as in interviews, a person’s type shines through in the work they create as well. Notice the content, themes, and approach Victor uses in his work. What light can this shed on the mind of INTPs in general?
Wide receiver who helped the New York Giants win Super Bowl XLVI and set a team record for most receiving yards in a single season in 2011. In May 2017, he signed with the Chicago Bears for a year before being released in September of that same year.
Early Life of Victor Cruz
He was put on academic probation twice while at the University of Massachusetts and was not eligible to play until his junior year.
He signed with the Giants as an undrafted free agent in 2010.
He has a daughter named Kennedy Cruz with his now ex-fiancé Elaina Watley. He later began dating Karrueche Tran in 2018. His father was a firefighter and encouraged him to play football despite his mother’s concerns.
He tied an NFL record after catching a 99-yard touchdown pass from Eli Manning in a game against the Jets, which helped the Giants reach the playoffs.
Best known during the early 2000s as a linebacker for the New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals, and Arizona Cardinals, this National Football League (NFL) player also held an executive position with the Amvic Entertainment film production company.
Early Life of Victor Hobson
He played his collegiate football career for the University of Michigan Wolverines.
He played during the New York Jets’ Super Bowl XXXIX (2005) battle against the New England Patriots.
Born and raised in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, he spent his high school years commuting out of state to play on the football team at St. Joseph’s Preparatory School in Pennsylvania. He and his wife, L’tesia Asensio Hobson, later settled in Southern California with their five children.
He and North Dakota-born quarterback Brooks Bollinger both played for the New York Jets.