For someone new to the MBTI, learning about your type can be an illuminating and revelatory experience. But even after taking a MBTI assessment, some people after reading about their Myers Briggs type, may doubt whether their test result is accurate. This is probably due mostly to the concern over the authenticity of one’s responses to various questions, and whether those responses are subject to change from time to time. Some may feel their preferences straddle the fence and could tip in either direction depending on circumstances and context. Deciding which predilection is the truest and strongest representation of who you are can be tough. Continue reading
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