All this theorizing really is useless...


hey, another INTJ. :slight_smile: you’re making a valid point here. 4 variables, 16 subtypes, it’s way too hard if you want to use it live in the real world.

I remember having a MBTI-session with different types, where they were basically clustered into four groups.

what would a practical reduced-MBTI look like?


If it says it is an INTJ, talks like an INTJ, and rationalizes like an ESFJ, it must be an ENTJ. Oh wait, what were we talking about?