Myers Briggs in Movies, Books, & TV
Maybe you've heard of the Myers Briggs Personality Type. If not, stop what you're doing right now and take the test (http://www.16personalities.com/personality-types). This personality test isn't like any other. It magically and accurately configures your personality in just four letters. When I first read my personality type, several times I could be heard screaming at my phone, "YES! I think that way too!" But what's even more fascinating to me is reading about the personality types that aren't mine. Learning how the other personality types receive energy, think, make decisions, and prefer their environments to be has made me rethink the way I approach people.
Another awesome thing about Myers Briggs is that you can analyze any well-developed character in a book, movie, TV show, etc. and classify them. When you know your own type, you can then see what characters you're like. It's pretty fun!
So this isn't going to really be a novel. More like a fun compilation on the Myers Briggs types in pop culture. Also, if you don't understand Myers Briggs lingo, don't worry. I'll explain it in chapter one.