Recently, we at Cruise Critic attended a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) seminar to evaluate our personality types. An MBTI assessment is used to measure how people perceive the world and make decisions, based on four pairs of attributes: Extraversion (E) or introversion (I); sensing (S) or intuition (N); thinking (T) or feeling (F); and judging (J) or perception (P).
We were asked to guess what personality traits we had before our assessment results were revealed. Turns out, most of us proved to be very intuitive and schedule-oriented — no surprise for this group of planners! We thought it’d be fun to see where our members stand on the decision-making scale (judging vs. perception) when it comes to researching their cruise.
What we asked: How much of a pre-cruise planner are you?
What they said: About half (50.77 percent) of our poll-takers are slight J’s. That means they prefer to plan ahead for the major components of their cruise, such as excursions and port activities, while keeping some flexibility for the rest of the trip. Nearly a quarter of our members (24.63 percent) were strong P’s, meaning that they would rather leave their options open.
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