Terms of Use and Disclaimers


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All types are equal

The purpose of taking the Limitless Success Assessment is to recognize your strengths and weaknesses as well as those around you, and to help you identify your relationship with money and why you make the financial decisions you do. 

The Limitless Success is based on the research of Isabel Briggs Myers & Katharine Cook Briggs and the Five Big theories. Our Assessment has no connection to, and should not be confused with, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Assessment (also known as MBTI®), created by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katharine Cook Briggs or the Big Five model based on common language descriptions of personality.

Both based theories MBTI® and the Five Big theories, have their faults, and should not be used as an absolute expression of character. The MBTI®, on the surface, is general, and the cognitive functions associated with each type can be argued. The MBTI® approach is not science. The MBTI® theory is based primarily of a creative reinterpretation and oversimplification of Carl Jung’s theories of psychological types. 

No type is better than another The Limitless Success has combined these theories and is a guideline to how a person approaches a problem, and or interacts or reacts within their world.
You May Discover:

  • How to avoid and resolve conflicts;
  • How to identify and develop strengths and weaknesses;
  • How to create a personal development plan;
  • How to stay motivated and grow in confidence;
  • How you manage your money;
  • How you make decisions;
  • How to utilize your natural type to make better financial decisions;
  • How to enable self-understanding and reduce stress;
  • How to relax;
  • The best career for your type;
  • How to improve your communication strategies;
  • How to work together more effectively;
  • How to develop thinking skills;
  • How to develop emotional intelligence;
  • How to develop as leaders, managers;
  • How to improve and change culture.

As long as you take the recommendations as only one part of the big picture, personality Assessments such Limitless Success can give you a new insight that you can use to fine tune your business goals, activities and priorities. And they can teach you a lot about yourself.



Criticism of Personality Type testing

Psychologists, especially in the academic world, direct a fair amount of criticism toward the MBTI® and similar personality tests.


The most common criticisms include:

  • They’re not based on hard data. Neither Myers nor Briggs had training in psychology, and they developed their ideas and theories intuitively. Even the ideas of Jung, an icon in the field of psychology, are considered to have limited practical value for similar reasons. Myers and Briggs collected data at hospitals and universities for the tests. Tirza Shulman, PhD, an instructor at Moraine Park Technical College who specializes in personality studies said, “When academic psychologists who don’t work for big MBTI® look at it, they don’t find much. The issue is compounded by the consistent findings that the MBTI® lacks internal validity and reliability, so without that it’s really tough to make any sort of case for external validity.”
  • There are problems with the MBTIs® construction. The test relies on selfreporting, which opens up a lot of potential for bias. The test should be completed how you are most naturally, not who you aspire to be.  
  • Personality is qualitative and therefore difficult to measure. Every person is unique in their own way and it’s difficult to put people in boxes. 
  • When taking the type indicator test, people should go in with an open mind. There  are countless numbers of type descriptions on the internet. Taking information in the wrong way may lead to miscommunication. 

These shortcomings affect other self-report tests and personality inventories that are based on the same model as the MBTI®. Generally, psychologists view Big Five personality tests as more reliable, although any personality profiling test can not be held in absolute.



Copyrights or other intellectual property

We are not affiliated with the Myers & Briggs Foundation (MBTI® owns the intellectual property created by Isabel Myers and Katharine Briggs). MBTI® is a registered trademark of the Myers & Briggs Foundation. We do not offer assessment with the MBTI® instrument.

The theory of personality typing was originally developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katharine Cook Briggs, the Limitless Success team have explored the research further and expanded upon on their own words.  

The Myers & Briggs Foundation owns the copyright to MBTI® assessment. This prevents anyone from legally copying the assessment for their own purposes. However, the ideas behind the assessment belong to everyone, and are for everyone to explore, learn from, and expand on. This means that others are free to create their own personality assessments, using their own methods. 


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