Not Your Typical Myers-Briggs Personality Type

If you haven’t gone through the Myers-Briggs personality stuff, this one will mean nothing to you. I find it interesting myself, I’ve tested a couple of times in the last three years, and migrated between two different types, which is strange. If you have done any of that, this link is very insightful.

Previously, I just ignored this stuff, then I did the testing, and found out more, and it starts to interest me. However, I’ve always had trouble remembering the key points about the different types, and distinguishing between the various acronyms. So that made this post — the link below — particularly entertaining to me.

Just so we’re clear, it’s here because it’s funny. You work too hard, take a break. Here’s the lead-in:

"As you probably already know, the Myers-Briggs Personality Sorter is intended to be a general, universal personality ID that divides people into one of sixteen distinct personality types, along axes if introverted (I) or extroverted (E), Sensing (S) or Intuitive (N), Thinking (T) or Feeling (F), and Judging (J) or Perceiving (P). Now, there are many places which will tell you what this all means, but none of them are quite as…relevant to today’s modern civilization as this one…"

So here’s the link: The REAL Myers-Briggs Personality Types Made Relevant

— Tim

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