Hi guys, I've been thinking recently that consciously or not, my knowledge of MBTI and types informs my decision-making in many areas of my social and professional life. So I was wondering if you had examples, from your own life that is, of your knowledge of MBTI impacting the way you dealt with certain people, the approach you took to resolving a particular problem or tricky situation; or anything else. I have lots of examples in mind but I'll give a very simple one. I have established that my manager is ENTJ. Well, I think that prior to becoming familiar with MBTI, if I had had her as my manager, I would perhaps have struggled with her very matter-of-fact feedback and short, efficiency-oriented meetings, feeling that I needed a bit more emotional support and questioning myself as a result. But instead, I feel like knowing that she is ENTJ has allowed me to be completely comfortable with her managing style and even to appreciate it. After all, it's quite nice to have a boss who doesn't beat around the bush and doesn't ramble on for no reason. Lastly, I can even detect the manner in which she shows care and I believe this is partly thanks to knowing about Fi. This is an example of a concrete (and clearly positive) impact of MBTI on my life. What about you, my friends?