What MBTI type is best at reading people?
All feeling types are good at reading people. ISFJs, ISFPs, ESFJs, ESFPs, INFJs, INFPs, ENFJs, ENFPs. NFs combination of intuition and feeling, coupled with a genuine interest in people makes them the best at reading people.
Which MBTI is open minded?
INTP. INTP is very open-minded because they’re interested in hearing all points of view. They’re very analytical and don’t feel as though they can fully understand a subject without hearing all opposing views.
What is an open book personality?
: a person or thing that is easy to learn about and understand My life is an open book. I have nothing to hide.
Which MBTI type is flirty?
ESFP. ESFPs are one of the flirtiest personality types. They are bold, spontaneous and fun, which is the ultimate recipe for flirting. ESFPs are naturally charming individuals who know how to work a room and they are confident in their flirting abilities.
Can read you like an open book?
read (one) like an open book To easily analyze and thoroughly understand one, especially one’s emotions, motivations, etc. I can read you like an open book, and I can tell that something’s wrong, so please tell me what it is.
What do you call an open book?
easy to know about and without secrets. Synonyms: Known and not secret. known. overt.
What is the best book for MBTI?
Best MBTI books 1 My True Type: Clarifying Your Personalit 2 The 16 Personality Types: Profiles, Theo 3 Was That Really Me? How Everyday Stress 4 Please Understand Me II: Temperament, Ch 5 MBTI Manual: A Guide to the Development
Do You Know Your MBTI type?
Knowing your MBTI type is good for self-awareness, but it doesn’t help you understand your behaviors and habits in life. This book does. If you want to understand the motivation behind the thoughts and actions of your family, friends, and colleagues, this book is for you. It helps you to be more effective in communicating with others.
Are istjs over-represented in the MBTI® Manual?
The MBTI® Manual doesn’t show that ISTJs are over-represented for reading, but according to my surveys (which got more than 200 responses from ISTJs), the average ISTJ reads 37 books per year! “I know we’re supposed to be the pragmatic, boring personality types.
How many people responded to my MBTI® surveys?
All the statistics here are taken from the MBTI® Manual, as well as surveys I conducted through my email list, Facebook page, Facebook groups, forums, my twitter followers, and the people I know and have typed personally. Here is a list of the numbers of different types who responded to my surveys: INFP – 287 responded to surveys.