As interesting as the article is, I wish they'd allowed more room for different subcategories in their analysis. It's like they said "okay, so you can be a farmer or a writer or a businessperson or whatever," but under the writer category they implied that the only type of writer there can be is an introverted, contemplative, non-fiction writer. No - many different personality types can be successful writers, and can write more than just non-fiction books and stories (and textbooks and instructional manuals and poems and songs and official letters and treaties and product descriptions and so on and so forth).
Essentially, I'd like to see more subtlety in their descriptions of their thinking types.
in Western society there are five distinct styles of thinking. Most people show a marked preference for one or two of the styles. These styles are referred to as "Inquiry Modes.”
Nice descriptions. If you read nothing else, read the summary.