The problem is that dreams are the mind's way of post-processing data and reinterpreting them into something that makes more sense alot of the time, other times it's just a way for it to relax. Furthermore, they can be used for several other processes, but it all relies on one major thing: how the mind processes data.
Now, 'type' as listed here has some role to play, but whot type someone WANTS to be, and which they ARE, are two different things, and there's also many divergent forms, as well as close calls which could go either way 50/50. As such, though type MAY imply that yeu might be more or less likely to remember dreams, and/or be capable of lucid dreaming, it's not the be-all end-all set in stone determining factor either.
But as the mind's capabilities and methods of processing data vary from person to person, it also means that people will have varying degrees of ease with which they perform these tasks. Some will pick it up naturally, others can train themselves with rigorous discipline, some however... are completely disconnected from the parts of the brain that need to be accessed to cause these things; if someone has brain damage or has certain sections of the brain surgically altered, it can severely change their capability to perform these tasks obviously... some people's brains may equally not be readily capable of transmitting information between particular regions in the same way as required to cause the desired effect (remembering the dreams for one, lucid dreaming for the other).
There are individuals who can read every book on the subject, try every theory, every training exercize, and they will forever be incapable of controlling their dreams in a lucid state, and will STILL forget about them endlessly.
A great example is a tool that was introduced some time ago to help primarily with lucid dreaming; basically it was a blindfold, like the stereotypical ones yeu see on tv, that just covers the eyes for more complete darkness when going to bed. It would check for REM sleep, and when yeu began dreaming, would flash red lights over the eyes and make a small beeping sound. Some people it worked perfectly for, with no issues. Others... it just worked itself into the dream, as an ambulance, a ringing phone, any of a number of things, but it never gave the message it was supposed to, which was to tell people 'yo, yer dreaming'.
Depending on HOW the mind processes data, it just may flat out not work, no matter how we'd like it to. Or it may be really easy. Depends on the individual, and how their mind processes the information it has, as well as several physical factors, especially things like history of stroke and so on.
So no, not 'everyone' can do so. MOST can with effort, SOME can with ease, and there WILL be exceptions who have no chance from the very start.