All this theorizing really is useless...


#1

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?


#2

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?