Scott Tsuchiyama is a career advisor at the University of Michigan. He is a self-professed MBTI enthusiast. In a post on his blog Scott not only outlines his understanding of his own preferences and how to work with them, but he also shares a very cool visual tool The MBTI Map, by the Integrated Design Laboratory at South Korea’s Ajou University.

This map mimics a subway map and shows places where the 16 types converge and where they are on separate tracks. Not only does this map have strong appealing graphics but also a wealth of relevant details presented in a concise readily accessible manner. Decidedly delicious… Check it out.

NOTE: The above link was working when I posted this but seems to be down currently. I have searched but cannot find another link or reference on the web. Sorry for any inconvenience. If you have discovered that the link is back up I would love to know about it.

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2 Responses to “Creative Map of the MBTI”

Cornelius Guilford April 23, 2010

Where can I find a copy of this MBTI Map


Sandy McMullen April 23, 2010

I am sorry but the link was working when I made this post and it appears to have been removed.