To complement our MBTI type head pictograms, we have introduced 16 corresponding MBTI ‘stress heads’ to our website.
20 Nov 2013
These colourful images get inside your head, showing the kinds of things that send different MBTI types into a tailspin.
People will typically become stressed in the situations shown in the image that corresponds to their own MBTI type. Download a copy of your own type pictogram to remind yourself what bad looks like, and share it with colleagues to alert them to your key stressors!
To find your own stress head, follow the type links from our MBTI personality Types page.
Being aware of your key stressors is just part of the much larger picture painted by the MBTI process. To find out what your MBTI personality type is you need to complete the MBTI questionnaire and take part in a feedback session from a qualified MBTI practitioner. The four letters that make up your personality type can help you understand yourself and your interactions with others.