My [INFJ] personality type is my comfort zone. Since type is about habitual patterns, we can also say that type is about comfort zones. How these "comfort zones" are uniquely expressed demonstrates how each of us is a distinct individual. But these comfort zones and expressions are communicated via the type pattern. Which means anytime we are experiencing a knee-jerk reaction, or doing "business as usual," we are in the domain of type. And sometimes it takes a whole lotta pain to change our patterns and open up to the possibility that one-sidedness is not the answer.
In that light, the ability to be tolerant and not to allow one's buttons to be pushed is an excellent measuring stick for one's personal growth and development. It's a signal that many life coaches use as a crucible to help their clients evolve. We don't have to call it "type," but the type pattern is present whether we acknowledge it or not.
I invite you to look at your own comfort zones -- to notice your habitual ways of being in the world -- and consider trying on a new behavior today. Consider looking at the thing you deplore, and strive to identify that thing in yourself. Maybe find a way to be with it, perhaps even to love it a little. You'll be a little bit better for it -- a little less neurotic. A contribution one can make to the world is not to add to the general prevailing unconsciousness.