And not just to sort out those talents and gifts but to further enhance them and the people themselves (their issues, their worries, their dispositions, their aspirations etc). To give them a deeper comprehension as to what they can do, specific to them, that could help them and others they know (esp. those whom they react horribly to but may not know why or were capable of understanding why). Even to increase their abilities in ways that aren't initially easy for them, once they are capable of understanding why that may have been before..and how to overstep or work through it. A deeper understanding as to what makes them tick or who they are (if they have/had trouble pinpointing or just giving them a deeper point!). And why it might still be hard...or how we change and why. And...and....more!The problem, as I see it, isn't so much in thinking that some types are better at some tasks than others. The purpose of MBTI was to sort out people's talents and gifts.
Ah, you made me feel better after this thread brought me down! I became a TYPo to escape my Type and all 15 associated others! Good devilish puppy! *pets* Ah! I can't pet you anymore, Einstein! Or can I?
Yea. StereoTyping sucks plenty ways 'round.The question is what you do with those disparities. Do you get tangled in a web of judgments, or do you just accept people's differences and appreciate them?