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Myers-Briggs type indicator

Examine the four spectrums and explain your answer thoroughly. Substantiate your agreement or disagreement with real-life behavioral examples.

Analyze what you consider the strengths and the weaknesses or challenges of this type. List three strengths and three weaknesses and provide a rationale for each.

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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Favorite world: Do you prefer to focus on the outer world or on your own inner world? This is called Extraversion (E) or Introversion (I).
Introversion- people who prefer to focus on the inner world, ideas and impression.
Because the theory is based on a spectrum, real-life situations will inevitably be true. A person according to this theory is not necessarily one or the other. Rather they are on a spectrum. As people age, (move, marriage etc.), they will move around in the spectrum.
For instance, a person who starts out extroverted, growing up in the big city and having a large family encourages this trait. Later in life, due to job opportunity, they move to a smaller city close to nature. He/she develops a passion for nature as his/her friends enjoy this past time. This person begins to appreciate the quiet and introspective aspects of nature walks. This person is still an extrovert but moves along the spectrum to introversion.

Information: Do you prefer to focus on the basic information you take in or do ...

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Brief description of Myer-Briggs type indicator