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MBTI 16 Types

MBTI 16 Types
Myers-Briggs® highlights general themes or similarities between people. Reading this section may help you to consolidate your understanding of the preferences, and help identify your own Myers Briggs type. ESTJs take their energy from the outer world of people and external events. They prefer dealing with facts and the present, and makes decisions using logic. Their life is organised on a logical basis. They are therefore practical, and likely to implement tried and trusted solutions to practical problems in a businesslike and impersonal manner. ESTJs are doers who roll up their sleeves, dig in, and proceed directly to get the job done. return to top ESFPs take their energy from the outer world of people and external events. ESFPs are friendly, outgoing, fun loving, and naturally drawn to people. return to top ESFJs take their energy from the outer world of people and external events. ESFJs are helpful people who place a high value on harmony. return to top

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