I Don't Think It's Right to Type People

What do you say when you hear people say that? Everyone who teaches people about the MBTI does, so we went back and interviewed people who had dismissed type as unethical and found out what lay behind their concerns. We looked carefully at those concerns, and sorted out what was true and what wasn't. If you've read this issue you'll have the understanding you'll need to address people's concerns and defend the MBTI as the remarkable tool it is.

"I just don't like to be labeled," said Judy, an ISTJ. "When I was young they used to call me 'stuck up' because I was not someone who smiled a lot. It's not that I'm stuck up, it's just that I don't smile a lot."

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