This blog post will discuss the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), what it is, and why you should care. It will also give 13 reasons on why MBTI is so important for understanding people in your life. Keywords to include: personality types, personality, understanding people This blog post will discuss the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), what it is and why you should care. It will also give 13 reasons on why MBTI is so important for understanding people in your life. The first reason that we’ll talk about is how knowing someone’s MBTI can help you understand them better. You might be able to guess their preferences before they say anything at all! And if you don’t know theirs off the top of your head, there are lots of ways to figure out somebody else’s type just by observing them or talking with them a little bit more. Some things like introversion vs extroversion make it easy to tell which type someone might be. The MBTI is a personality test that was developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother, Katherine Cook Briggs in the 1940s to help people understand themselves better. The idea behind the test is you take one of 16 different types (eight for introverts, eight for extroverts) and your preferences are described on four scales which go from “I prefer not to” or “I avoid things like this” at one end of the scale all the way through to “I would have no problem with it whatsoever”. Let’s say I want to know my own type – if I’m an INTJ then according to Jung’s typology system I am either an introvert or extrovert depending on the situation and my dominant function is introverted intuition. The MBTI has been around for a long time; it was developed in the 1940s, but people are still trying to figure out if there’s any validity behind it or not. For instance, Carl Jung originated the theory of personality types back in 1921 with his typology system which we’ll discuss more later on! It took some time for Isabel Briggs Myers who had known about Jung’s work to develop her own test as she was concerned that other tests would be confused with hers because they were so similar – so she created something new instead. One thing I really like about this test is how you can use your type preferences along with observations of what someone does or

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