MBTI is based on questions, then further observation is required. You can't just tell by looking at people. Sure you can get used to certain behaviours that would lean towards an educated guess, but that in itself is still an assumption.How is INTJ know other people’s personality type? Can they easily tell their surroundings people’s personality type correctly most of the time?
How is INTJ know other people’s personality type? Can they easily tell their surroundings people’s personality type correctly most of the time?
You have single-handedly elaborated what happens to me most of the time after reading the terminology. Well struck indeed, sir.Most people, even people who are of a certain age, have not sufficiently grown their personality beyond the definitive tendencies that characterise their 'type'.
INTJs can easily discern patterns, so once you read up on a type and have a chance to observe a couple typical cases, identifying similar(ly undeveloped) types of the same kind becomes a very easy exercise. It's not even an exercise as it happens automatically most of the time.