So when a clinician designates an IQ to your mind, he gives you a predetermined accomplishment rating.
If you have overlooked it, then I suggest scanning many of the threads on this forum. Here you may find that people of certain archetypes are associated with mental illness and disability.You are also assuming MBTI has some sort of "better" and "worse than" scale. Can you please tell me that scale, I seem to have missed it.
There is never any explicit "better-than, worse-than" chart. However, if you read between the lines, you will find that your "type" is predisposed to specific behaviors. These behaviors are separate from others, and it is inherently impossible for one to be both equal and separate.
I never lumped anyone together under any title other than "human". As a human, you are an individual with specific needs, strengths, weaknesses, etc. In order to progress, one must reflect in the mirror every once and a while. By doing this, one can attain individual goals.I think lumping an entire group of people using a personality tool and throwing accusations about their personal growth is more dehumanizing. You can dehumanize people from all MBTI types much more effectively the way you are doing it though, so stay the course.
MBTI claims to be a mirror, but it is not. It is a photograph of someone else, and as a photograph, it is rendered static. You, my friend, are not static. You are a living, growing human being with heart palpitations.