CPP’s New eBook Clarifies Misconceptions, Offers the Latest Insights on Personality

Sunnyvale, Calif., June 7, 2017—CPP, Inc., the exclusive publisher of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment, today announced its new eBook The Ultimate (and official) Guide to Extraversion and Introversion available at www.MBTIonline.com, which will offer the latest insights and clarify misconceptions surrounding differences between preferences for Extraversion and Introversion, as understood through the MBTI framework.

Available for download here, the eBook will provide a guide for anyone who has ever thought about or tried to identify his or her preference for Extraversion or Introversion, and would like to learn more about why they lean toward one preference or the other. It also provides valuable takeaways for how people can “flex” their personality preferences to operate more effectively in areas outside their natural comfort zones. The guide will provide a thorough understanding of Extraversion and Introversion, including definitions, background, behavioral clues, information about misconceptions and stereotypes, and more.

“Interest in the differences between Extraversion and Introversion has been growing in the popular culture for quite some time,” said Michael Segovia, CPP’s lead MBTI trainer, and author of the eBook. “But for all of the hype, the public holds numerous misconceptions about what these preferences really mean.” CPP, the exclusive publisher of the Myers-Briggs®


Offering the final word on MBTI personality type

According to the company, the eBook is part of an ongoing effort to clarify the kinds of insights provided by the MBTI instrument, as well as its proper uses and numerous benefits. “The immense popularity of the MBTI has given rise to a host of commentary about the instrument, some of which has led to misconceptions,” said Segovia. “As the publisher of the MBTI, CPP of course places the highest priority on ensuring that people have ready access to the most accurate and up to date information. Those seeking deeper insight into themselves and those around them will gain tremendously from this eBook.”