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Do What You Are by Paul D. Tieger
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Feb 09, 10

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I read this book a couple years ago. I already knew my type, but wanted more information and wanted to confirm what I suspected.

Jung's types and the MBTI have been extremely helpful to me.

The MBTI is not something to get boggled down by. I know several people who've come across trait theory and reject it as "limiting". I think they're really missing out. The MBTI is a great tool for personal growth, but even better when working in groups. For me, as an INTP, it's priceless to have a way to understand people and their motivation. I tend to "type" the people around me and approach people based on my suspicions.

The book is somewhat redundant, as their is a wealth of information online regarding Jung's types. But it is a great quick reference and is probably more consistent.

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