No matter what MBTI type you are, competition is a fact of life. It’s a source of entertainment, and a means of survival. When it comes to the latter however, competition can bring out the worst in us. Fortunately we can achieve more through collaboration and cooperation. Still, even within a civilized society that values merit and rewards people according to their effort and ability, competition has its place as a means of sorting out who’s the best and most worthy. Here is an assessment of how competitive each MBTI type is. Continue reading
Here is a an account of what the worst enemy for each Myers Briggs type probably looks like.
The arch nemesis of the INFJ is the toxic family member, friend or loved one who has a foothold on INFJ’s heart and knows how to manipulate them well. INFJs may be prime targets for sociopaths who sense their empathy. Narcissists and sociopathic types can charismatically weasel their way into INFJ’s life, earning their trust only to exploit or betray them later on. Continue reading