April 2023 Update
First and foremost, we would like to express our deepest gratitude to all those who have been a part of our journey over the past years. Your trust in us has been truly humbling, as you have allowed us to be a part of your personal growth.
Moving forward, as part of our planned roadmap, NXT Type Analysis will undergo a comprehensive restructuring initiative to enhance and optimize our typing methodology. With a wealth of data at our disposal, we are confident that we will make significant advancements in our analysis techniques to provide a more accurate assessment of your personality type.
As of now, our tentative timeline for relaunching NXT Type Analysis is by the end of December 2023. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that may have been caused.
No one knows you better than yourself; only you have insight into your inner motives, values, and drives. Therefore, if there is anyone more qualified to identify your own personality type, it would be you.
However, despite one’s intimate knowledge of themselves, anyone who has ever tried identifying their own personality type would know that self-typing has its challenges.
Firstly, our introspection has its limits, leaving us with blind spots and biases that can affect our self-judgment. Unfortunately, many individuals tend to mistype themselves as they project the idea of their desired self-image onto their results and make connections that are not necessarily accurate.
In order to accurately assess your personality type, you must have a great deal of self-awareness; not a projection of your ideal self, but an objective view of who you truly are.
Besides, people often make mistakes in self-typing without a clear understanding of the definitions used in the typology framework. Our NXT personality framework operates as a unique system. As such, one should not assume their type based on different definitions used in other personality frameworks. Although the functions may appear similar, it is important to recognize that their definitions can vary from one another.
Hence the paradox: self-typing is both the best and worst way to identify your personality type. The outcome depends on your level of self-awareness and knowledge of typology. As such, it would certainly help to complement your self-typing with an external perspective from a professional typologist to accurately determine your closest-fit NXT personality type.
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