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  • Step-By-Step Guide to Verifying Your Personality Type
    You've taken the MBTI or another inventory and now know your 4 Letter Personality Type? But are you sure that it is the right ID for you? Here's a simple 5 step guide for helping you answer that question - "Is this my Personality Type?"
    Ross Reinhold, INTJ

  • The Building Blocks of Personality Type
    Review of a new book that introduces the eight mental functions identified by Carl Jung which are the foundation behind the 16 Myers-Briggs Personality Type and the four letter Myers-Briggs Type code.
    Leona Haas & Mark Hunziker

  • The Patterns of Personality Type
    Graphic representations for all 16 personality types illustrating the orientation of the four mental functions or mental processes - the two that are shown by the 4 letter type code and the two that are hidden.
    By Ross Reinhold, INTJ

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Facets of Type: Activities to Develop the Type Preferences

Executive coaches, personal development coaches, and individuals interested in self-development will find this a helpful workbook.

Margaret and Gary Hartzler are veteran educators and researchers of Myers-Briggs personality type and the MBIT® instrument and are among the small corp of practitioners responsible for bringing the Type Indicator and the Myers model into mainstream psychology and human relations. [More Info Here]


"8 Keys to Self Leadership: From Awareness to Action"

Dario Nardi provides a handbook on self-improvement using the four mental functions and our introverted and extraverted selves as a template for self-development. I've also found the book helpful in understanding the "inner workings" of folks whose mental wiring is different from my own.


 

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