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    There are at least 3,000 business cults in the USA.today. And business cults are as American as apple pie. So business cults in the USA are normal and are taken for granted. This is the social background of mbti.
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    As a general rule of thumb, people that blabber on as much as Peterson does are at least forty percent full of shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    And excluding Openness. And excluding Agreeableness. But who's counting, right?

    An ENTJ can score high on Openness and low on Agreeableness. Guess what? So can an ISFP. So can an ESTP. The five-factor model, aka O-C-E-A-N, is not mapped to MBTI types in a cookie cutter fashion nor was it created to map to the MBTI. Furthermore, two people of the same MBTI type can easily have opposing scores in one or more of the five factors.

    Do not conflate the SLOAN typing method on the SimilarMinds website with the OCEAN model. The OCEAN model is not used to create types.
    Thank you. This actually helps address my earlier question to phobik about me not understanding why the Big Five would be superior. I tend to think of Big Five as that other thing I took on the similar minds website. Do you know of any good resources for learning more about the OCEAN model and why many seem to consider it better?
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