I wanna put this out there for debate since I feel this is a typical thing that happens all the time in the Myers-Briggs community – famous people of one Myers-Briggs type all getting incorrectly classified under another Myers-Briggs type.
In my opinion, this is a better mistake than a bunch of famous people of varying Myers-Briggs types all being incorrectly classified under one Myers-Briggs type because at least there is a continuum of some sort going on in the former mistake.
I can see such a continuum in the following video by Michael Pierce, however, I feel he is in error in ascribing this continuum to ESTP. The vast majority of these people I would classify as ENTJs. However, like I said, at least there is consistency here. It’s just that it’s an ENTJ consistency rather than an ESTP one (Or so I contend, or maybe, rather, just assert)…
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