Kevin Price, Editor at Large for USA Business Radio and Host of the Price of Business Show, has recently become hooked on Quora. In addition to daily hosting the Price of Business, Kevin has numerous writing obligations on this and other sites for which he serves as an editor and with his syndicated column, so we decided that if he’s going to write at Quora, he is going to share that content on this website. If you are on Quora, make sure to follow Kevin. You can check out his page here.
Kevin’s hot topics on Quora are history, free market economics, philosophy, and Myers Briggs typology, and many others. The following is one of his recent answers to the question in the title.
I know for decades, I was very insecure as an INTJ.
In fact, it took decades (literally) to get comfortable with my personality type. The culture tends to not understand INTJs (and either alienate them or are alienated by them). Learning about the MBTI types has made me comfortable and grateful, for being an INTJ. Meanwhile, it has helped me to relate to the other types.
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INTJs are either the least secure or most secure, depending on their emotional (READ MORE and while there FOLLOW Kevin on Quora and check out more of his content).