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Recommended MBTI Books
Below are some of the best books that I’ve read (and own) on MBTI. Some books (like David Keirsey’s books) don’t focus on cognitive functions, whereas others (such as Building Blocks of Personality Type) focus much more on the functions. All of the books below are useful if you want to learn more about the personality types.
Business and Motivational Books
Here are a few business or motivational books that I’ve read. While I don’t agree with all of the philosophies or practices within each book, I’ve gained some useful insights from them. I especially like Zig Ziglar’s motivational books. Dave Ramsey has some sound financial advice, especially for those of you struggling with finances or debt. Entrepreneur John D. Rockefeller had a very interesting life, and you might enjoy reading about his business strategies.
Exercise and Fitness Equipment
I’ve always enjoyed exercise and fitness. It’s nice to know that Arnold Schwarzenegger, the most famous bodybuilder of all time, is typed as an INTJ by most websites. I own the FID46 weight bench below, and I’d highly recommend it. It has a great weight capacity (around 1,000 pounds), plus incline, decline, and flat bench positions (and a leg attachment for leg curls and extensions). I also use a fan bike and elliptical machine that is similar to the ones below.
Some Christian INTJs have asked me about resources that I’d recommend. I’d highly recommend a good set of at least 1-2 Bible commentaries. Vernon McGee has a great commentary on Genesis through Revelation (you can even buy a flash drive from ttb.org that contains his audio commentary on all Bible books). MacArthur’s Study Bible has some fantastic notes, though I do disagree with him on a few things. Christian J. Pinto has excellent documentaries on Bible history, false religion, and secret societies (many of his videos are on YouTube or Prime video). Furthermore eSword is a free software program with built-in commentaries. As far as preacher’s are concerned, my favorites include Adrian Rogers (ENTJ?) and Vernon McGee (ESTJ?).
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