MBTI: Stop Using It as an Excuse

“That’s just how I am” is a bad excuse anyway but if you’re interested in MBTI it becomes even worse.

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3 Responses to “MBTI: Stop Using It as an Excuse”

  1. YJM1991 Says:

    Totally agree. I honestly don’t care if you want to role-play an personality type, but I think it’s retarded. Let’s say you score as an ESTP. The ESTP given the archetype of the “Entrepreneur”. They start to mold into the “Entrepreneur” stereotype and say I don’t care about your feeling because Ti. Now that is where I am shaking my head. But alas.

  2. Peter Parker Says:

    Hello. I once asked you about typing yourself, well myself, whatever, three months ago in a comment to “Vox Doesn’t Understand MBTI”. I just now thought of another question. You said “to start with the type descriptions” – What would be some good sources to use for type descriptions? Because there’s a lot of stuff out there that you don’t like, and also because I trust your understanding of MBTI. So, it’s an open question. Should I just look on your website, or are there other places that you think is good?

    On Fri, Jun 2, 2017 at 12:21 AM, Zombies Ruin Everything wrote:

    > Taylor posted: “”That’s just how I am” is a bad excuse anyway but if > you’re interested in MBTI it becomes even worse. ” >

  3. Gabriela Says:

    Do an article about Kevin’s mbti type, from “We need to talk about Kevin”.

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