"Where's your test?"
We've found that it is impossible to create an online test that accurately assesses the personality of a person 100% of the time. These tests are often vague and are interpreted differently by each person that takes them. Impersonal in nature, they often drive people away from the idea of personality type entirely.
As a result, we have chosen to only type people through personal interaction. We understand that there are no two people exactly alike. While we use personality as a starting point, everything after that only gets more and more specific to you: your experiences, your dreams, your passions — they all make up different pieces of who you are, and we take everything into account.
EDIT: Okay, so, we may have figured out a way to make a pretty rad test. We're working on it and will keep you posted!
"Can you tell me my Myers-Briggs type?"
Nope, sorry. We're not associated with Myers-Briggs, Keirsey, or any other personality type companies.
We'd like to note that while we do include the type codes (like INTP, ISFP, ENTJ, etc.) first created by Myers-Briggs, we see personality type differently and are not associated with them in any way. We respect their incredible work in type, and we use these codes to empower you to do more research about your type and its closest match in other personality type circles. For more information on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, see www.myersbriggs.org.
"How can I talk to Bre or Rebecca?"
Connection is what we're all about. See the Consulting page for more information on how to get some time with us.
Additionally, you're always welcome to shoot us an email at email@example.com (Contact Us), or connect to us through Twitter and Facebook. We're also pretty good at responding to comments on our articles.
"Where does your personality type theory come from?"
Our Personality Type Theory is based on the work of Swiss psychiatrist and psychotherapist, Carl Jung. Our vow is to present Jung's work as authentically as possible, while packaging it in a way it can be applied today.
Jung was quite philosophical in his studies and ideas, emphasising the power of deductive reasoning over scientific experimentation. We believe there is a place for both, and our part in the story is the former.
The Type in Mind school of thought is a functions-based personality type sorter, aiming to provide people with language to better communicate with others, and promote self-awareness.
[To learn more, check out our Type Theory section.]