Bye bye, Dichotomies - Mastering The MBTI Without Stereotypes

It's time to say goodbye to simple dichotomies and to find a new way to discuss the MBTI 16 personalities. Read my 10 page February newsletter and get access to unique and new insights into personality psychology and the sixteen types. Learn about my journey to discovering flow, personal growth, and self-actualisation through the use of the MBTI. The newsletter is in PDF and can be read on your e-reader, on your phone, your iPad or computer. The newsletter discusses the problem of dichotomies and cognitive functions.

My project is an ongoing one and I am constantly learning more about people and the human mind. Using the cognitive functions, positive psychology and studies on health and well-being, I have begun to draw the outline of a new system. I believe the study of the personality types can help us better understand happiness, well-being. My theories have already become popular online, with 100,000+ tuning in every month to read my latest articles.

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Bye bye, Dichotomies - Mastering The MBTI Without Stereotypes

Bye bye dichotomies is the thought-provoking name of this february 2021 newsletter. In it, I discuss how we can move past the discussion on introverts and extroverts and how we can challenge stereotypical notions in the world of personality psychology. Questions asked in the february 2021 newsletter are:

Is everyone either an introvert or an extrovert?

Why do some people not fit in the classic MBTI model?

How can we discuss outliers and people who do not quite "fit in"?

Is ambiversion real and if so, what is ambiversion?

Are there more personality traits than the existing eight?

Are all personality traits dichotomies - two opposing poles - and does every person fit in this model? 

Can the cognitive functions fix the problems of the classic MBTI dichotomies?

I hope you'll enjoy it!

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