"To suit yourself, you must know yourself" - but how do you know yourself? One of the most important things is the personality types. You can learn to understand yourself and others and it is not as difficult as it sounds. Do you agree? So, do you find it necessary and important to know your personality type according to MBTI (Myers-Briggs)?
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Thank you, Wingedcentaur! I still have trouble with final definition - I am EN for sure, but the second part is trickier. I can be ENFJ, ENFP or ENTJ or ENTP. My Feeling and Thinking are both strong, and J/P is not pronounced enough either.
The tricky part is that we are all a mixture of both traits in all four categories. The issue is: What is your primary preference? The question with you is: How do you primarily make decisions: thinking or feeling? T/F
INTJs are tricky - belong to the absolute minority - the group NT - Conceptualizers. Both intraversion and thinking make them less social. I wonder do the games of Chess and Go have the same appeal to you?