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Publisher's Summary

So 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 on all things Myers-Briggs, explains how you'll grow up, hook up, break up, and everything else in between, based on your personality type.

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not an audiobook style

this book is horrible in audiobook format. I am assuming it is reading out tables... which when it comes to audiobook format sounds like a screen reader reading for the blind. it's a book that needs to be read, not heard.

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  • V.
  • 05-01-22

hoped for unique insights..

it was basically what any personality test website will tell you. the narration was good though and the storytelling was too, it's a fun read if you're not looking for much real insight.

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  • Daniel Carter
  • 21-05-21

Not accurate or engaging

Essentially lists what every personality will do in countless scenarios. Not organized by type though so it's really hard to follow in an audio book. Maybe it's better in print. Not accurate for any of the types I know either.

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  • Shaquan Smikle
  • 16-05-21

Attach a PDF

I was interested so I looked on line but it’s confusing with out it it’s to much

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  • WRMR
  • 12-05-21

Somewhat relatable but mostly just stereotypes.

The overall presentation and storytellingwas good. Some of the traits depicted have been relatable to the various types I've had listen to this. Overall, it is decent. There are a bit too many cliche stereotypes however and some of them make the author seem like they don't know anything about them so they filled it in with stuff from 16 personalities website. So far, this is entertaining, however lacking in accuracy.

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  • Brandon McNulty
  • 22-02-22

Fun, quick listen--as long as you know MBTI

This audiobook was a blast to listen to on short walks. Lots of lists that discuss how various personality types respond to difference situations.

However, if you're not familiar with Myers-Briggs (MBTI), you probably will want to study up on it before listening. Otherwise you'll have a hard time following.

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  • BottomLine
  • 10-01-22

Funny Stuff

You really can’t take this book seriously. Myers Briggs is taken seriously. Which would you choose to believe?

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  • Brit Mckay
  • 27-09-21

It can be helpful at times, but...

Not a long book/listen. A lot of information packed pretty densely in a type-after-type format. Kinda reminds me of one of those "16 types as [noun]" videos on youtube.

For that reason, there's a fair amount of stereotyping involved. Some of it appears to come from a legitimate place of aiming to help the reader/listener understand their friends/family/self. Others are just stereotype-based jokes. It's a book with good information and memes that, because we have to cover 16 types, run for too long.

If you want to listen to a book about the 16 types in observation, this can be a good starting point as it's largely based on observable behaviors from the types. Unfortunately, behavior is only the result of your cognition, not a display of the cognition, so it's not 100%.

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  • Manda
  • 14-07-21

Hard to listen to

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There. You just listened to the book . I don’t know what they were thinking with writing it with all this letters but it gave me a headache. I had to turn it off.

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  • Diana
  • 24-06-21

Awesome & Insightful

This book was great. An amazing intro to the different personalities we all have and how we relate with one another. The author gives different scenarios and examples for each type which really helps to understand the practical side to vague concept like “intuitive thinking”.

PS: I saw some reviews saying this book is too surface level & overly simplistic. I didn’t think that at all. I think the author gives great examples that perfectly explain each type. It’s def meant to be an intro though and not an encyclopedia into someone’s entire life.

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  • Nydia Karkiewicz
  • 25-10-20

entertaining

very entertaining as long as you take it for the pop culture literature meme its ment to be and was able to laugh at myself for all the personality tests I took online when bored at work.

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  • Tyler
  • 11-04-17

ok, but not really a book.

struggled to finish it, but short and interesting. lacks depth. more of a reference guide.

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  • steph
  • 17-09-21

it's funny but true

as an INTJ much too laugh about in this book thanks for a good and quick read :)