Big 5, not a typology

Sometimes seen as a typology, the big five, or the five factor model, is one of the most scientifically accepted personality assessment out there. Rather than dividing people in to different types, it’s a trait model, that from five different, independent traits assesses the personality of someone. Openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism. One of …

ENTJ, the LIE: how type descriptions influence perception

The LIE has a clear, archetypal picture, regardless of if it’s viewed through MBTI or Socionics. Both of those holds some truth to what being an LIE actually is about, but both have big issues. Much of this comes down to the expected enneagram they attribute to the type, which in itself is problematic. MBTI …