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Comment: I guess my main point . . .

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I guess my main point . . .

is that people are different. They see & act differently in the world. Myers-Briggs, Kiersey, and other methods are useful tools for helping us understand ourselves & others. But IMO, its not about getting too bogged down in the details of the various categories, etc
Search online and you'll find the stories of soldiers who are action orientated type guys who want to serve and who respect authority. They had personal experiences in war zones which motivated them to change some of their views. Two time Congressional Medal of Honor winner, US Marine Corps general Smedley Butler was one such person.
IMO we should never give up on anyone, but know that if they do begin to see things differently, - - it will be in their own time, when they're ready.