The Greatest Villains of Every Myers-Briggs Type – Part 4 – The Guardians
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The Greatest Villains of Every Myers-Briggs Type – Part 4 – The Guardians

Today we get to take a look at our final group of Myers-Briggs villains: The Guardians. Guardians make up 40-45% of our population. These individuals are known for being practical, responsible, and for upholding time-honored traditions. They are often the historians, the teachers who helped you do your best at school or even US Presidents like Harry…

The Greatest Villains of Every Myers-Briggs Type – Part 3 – The Artisans
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The Greatest Villains of Every Myers-Briggs Type – Part 3 – The Artisans

I’m so excited to get write about Artisan (SP) villains this week. SP types make some pretty daunting bad guys because of their sharp tactical intelligence and quick reflexes. SPs villains tend to be the ultimate adrenaline junkies, living for the moment, taking in their surroundings and acting on them spontaneously. They usually aren’t going…

The Greatest Villains of Every Myers-Briggs Type – Part 2 – The NT Types
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The Greatest Villains of Every Myers-Briggs Type – Part 2 – The NT Types

Over the next couple of weeks, we’re going to be talking about villains that match up with all 16 Myers-Briggs types. On Sunday, we talked about the idealists. Today let’s get to know the rational (NT) villains. These bad guys are some of the most clever, inventive, and formidable individuals you’ll ever meet on-screen. They…

INFJ, INFP, ENFJ, and ENFJ Villains
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INFJ, INFP, ENFJ, and ENFJ Villains

Every story needs a good villain – as much as we’d like to think that we’re rooting for the good guy in a movie, there are plenty of times when we have to secretly admire the bad guys’ intelligence, wit, and strategy. This isn’t to say we should all be bad guys, or admire evil people,…

ENTP Infographic
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ENTP Infographic

It’s been a while since I made an infographic, and I figured it was about time I did one for the ENTPs. These ingenious, creative thinkers explore endless possibilities and are some of the most open-minded people you’ll meet. Leonardo DaVinci, Benjamin Franklin, and even Walt Disney were ENTPs! So, without further ado, here’s the…