Alexander Isak experiences his inner life as a process of growth and maturation, nurtured by his involvement with others and the positive and negative encounters this generates.
Alexander Isak’s tendency to introversion inclines him to live inside himself, amid his inner world. He is apt to listen to his subjectivity, his intuition, and his secret opinions rather than reason and logic.
Alexander Isak’s uppermost concern is his personal, subjective interest. Because the development of his personal identity requires great individual freedom of action, he tries to free himself from outer restraints and limitations. Psychologically self-centered, he remains fairly detached from the social world. He reduces such commitments to the strict minimum. Individualistic and egocentric, he derives his feelings of inner security from his ability to command his will and handle his personal involvements freely and openly.
Alexander Isak is a stable, well-tempered individual who is able to acquire success without too much effort. However, he must be careful not to take on too many responsibilities, as this may lead to frustrations.