By Jody Mabry on February 06, 2018
When it comes to personality tests, one stands out above all the rest. The MBTI, also known as the Myers Briggs Type Indicator, is a psychological test based on the theories of the famous psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung, and is based on 16 different personality types, which he thought of as stereotypes.
It is still used widely to this day, and millions of people have taken it to find out more about themselves. It might sound kind of heady and intimidating, but it actually is really fun to do.
Are you someone who is into people and things, or are you more into ideas and information? Do you like dealing with facts and reality, or are you more into possibilities and potential? Are you logical and someone who always seeks the truth, or are you into values and relationships?
Are you the kind of person that likes a well-structured lifestyle, or one that goes with the flow? If you ever do take the MBTI, you will probably find out a lot of things about yourself that you would never have guessed, but you know who wants to take a big long test when you can just take a quick quiz and find out right now?