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Misconception #2: MBTI Measures Strength

Quick Review: Everyone prefers one side of the dichotomy over the other.  Whether you assessed as a 25 or a 2 on the Feeling side of the Thinking-Feeling continuum doesn’t matter. It’s not a measure of strength or skill—it’s a … Continue reading

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Myers Briggs Misconception #1: MBTI puts me in a box

The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is deceptively simple. I’m betting you’ve not only heard of it before, but can probably give me a slightly educated guess as to what your “type” is. A lot of people think they have … Continue reading

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