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The Genre Of Book You Need To Be Reading, Based On Your Myers-Briggs Type

The Genre Of Book You Need To Be Reading, Based On Your Myers-Briggs Type

“Are you an ESTP or an INFJ? A sensitive loner or the life of the party? An “architect” or a “campaigner”? If you don’t know what a Myers-Briggs type is, think astrology for people who don’t believe in astrology. But without the fish-goat monsters. It’s a personality quiz based on Jungian psychology, and, like all things of value in this world, it tells you who to date, where to work, and, most importantly, what to read. Here’s the one book genre to read for your Myers-Briggs personality type, because those four letters might know more about you than you do.

Myers-Briggs uses four different sliding scales to determine your fate: the “I” or “E” stands for “introvert” or “extrovert,” which is pretty self explanatory if you’ve been to the internet before. But there’s also “N” or “S” for “intuiting” or “sensing,” which describes whether you intuit information internally or observe it externally. Then there’s “T’ or “F” for “thinking” or “feeling,” which determines whether you’re naturally logical or naturally emotional. Finally, there’s “P” or “J” for “perceiving” or “judging,” which means you’re either a go with the flow improviser or a highly organized decision-maker.

There’s no right or wrong personality type when it comes to Myers-Briggs, but your own combo of letters just might help you unlock a new favorite genre:”


Posted on: September 7, 2017, 6:57 am Category: Uncategorized

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