How You’ll Do Everything Based On Your Personality Type by Heidi Priebe

28175117So you know your four-letter personality type. You know what some of your strengths and weaknesses are. You know which career you ought to pursue and which situations you shine in.

But now it’s time to explore everything the research won’t tell you.

In this entertaining collection, Heidi Priebe, author of The Comprehensive ENFP Survival Guide and prominent writer of all things Myers-Briggs, explains how you’ll grow up, hook up, break up and everything else in between, based on your personality type. – Goodreads

I am a sucker for Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator posts. So, when I stumbled upon Heidi Priebe’s articles on Thought Catalog, I pretty much fell in love.

See, I’m an INFP. Which means 98% of the time, I feel misunderstood and that nobody “gets me”. When I read an article that nails how I am when I’m thriving, what exhausts me, and what kind of employee I am, well, I feel this sense of *finally* being understood (and if you don’t know your MBTI, I recommend checking out

When I saw Priebe’s new book, How You’ll Do Everything Based On Your Personality Type, I was like…shit yes. I need this in my life. And it was $0.00 in the Kindle store, so DOUBLE SCORE.

I read it in an evening, giggling over the different chapters and how I do things based on my type (and the people I’m with the most often and how they do things). Some were a tad off, but hey, you can’t fit everyone in one of sixteen boxes. It was a quick, easy, enjoyable read.

4/5 on Goodreads because I love the information. I’m glad I didn’t sink money into it, though, because all (or most) of the chapters can be found on Thought Catalog.



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