Best MBTI Types for Retail Sales Positions

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Disclaimer: The following list is not exhaustive. Any type can be good in a sales position if their strengths are being effectively utilized and the position is tailored to their natural tendencies. These types are just the ones whose function stacks are best-suited for sales positions as they generally exist.

Introduction and Overview of the Seller Types

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