What do you make of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) when you don’t identify as either an introvert or an extrovert — at least not all the time?
Maybe you’ve taken the test at different times and have gotten different results.
Or perhaps you can relate to the descriptions of both the I-leading and E-leading neighbor types (e.g., INFJ and ENFJ).
And you wonder, “Am I both? Or am I something in between?”
That depends on whether you see yourself as a hybrid or as someone who’s the introvert version one day and the extrovert version the next.