Interesting question - answer from two perspectives:
- Your type is derived from your demonstrated preferences, and, unless a person is severely depressed or doesn't like themselves, to dislike your own type is contrary to those preferences. The word preferences is not just a typological abstract it means what we prefer to do in a given scenario. The overall Type description is a VERY broad brushstroke. It is like viewing a fractal as just a picture instead of repeat of the pattern to infinity at the varying proportional sizes.
- There is NO BEST TYPE - there is only the type we prefer to be and the density with which nature distributes that type in a society. Apart from being boring, society could not function if it were completely made up of INTPs for example, or ISTJs. Each type needs the others in the correct proportion to survive else who would perform all of the tasks you hate to do or just do not have the capacity to do.
When explaining it in terms of tolerance to students I talk about a jigsaw puzzle with 100 pieces. If any piece is missing the puzzle is not complete!