Who is ENTJ's worst enemy

  • Unlike other tests, this one is really accurate and only takes 10 minutes. Give yourself this time. It is surprising and interesting what the result is.
    I was ENTP and the description fits very well. ^^

    https://www.16personalities.com/de

  • ISTP - virtuoso.

    Mind: 100% Introvert 0% Extrovert
    Energy: 57% Realistic 43% Intuitive
    Nature: 66% logic-focused 34% principle-focused.
    Tactics: 26% planning, 74% searching
    Identity: 8% Assertive 92% Cautious

    Oh boy, sounds like the classic couch potato cliché.

  • "Mediator" (INFP-t)

    Mind: Extraverted 19% Introverted 81%
    Energy: Intuitive 68% Realistic 32%
    Nature: logic-focused 35% principles-focused 65%
    Tactics: Planning 34% Seeking 66%
    Identity: Assertive 0% Cautious 100%


    INFP personalities are true idealists who always seek to see the good, even in the worst of people or events, and seek ways to make things better. While perceived as calm, reserved, or even shy, INFPs have an inner fire and passion that can truly shine. Since they make up only 4% of the population, the risk of the INFP personality type being misunderstood is relatively high - but when they find like-minded people to spend their time with, the harmony they feel becomes a ray of joy and harmony Be inspiration.
    As part of the Diplomatic (NF) personality group, INFPs are guided by their principles rather than logic (analysts), excitement (researchers), or objectivity (sensual). When it comes to figuring out what to do next, they will stick to honor, beauty, morality, and fate - INFPs are guided by purity of purpose. People who share the INFP personality type take pride in this quality, and legitimately, but not everyone understands the drive behind these feelings, and this in turn leads to isolation.

    We know what we are, but we don't know what we could be
    In top form, these qualities give INFPs the ability to hold in-depth conversations, speak easily in metaphors and parables, and know how to create symbolism to spread their ideas. The power of this intuitive communication is popular in creative work, and it is not surprising that well-known INFPs are poets, writers, and actors. It is important for INFPs to understand themselves and their place in the world, and these thoughts they explore as they dive into work.
    INFPs have a knack for expressing themselves and revealing their beauty and secrets through metaphors and fictional characters. INFPs' language skills do not end with their mother tongue - like most diplomatic personalities, they too are blessed when it comes to learning a second or third language. Your communication skills are equally well suited to the need for harmony, a recurring theme among diplomats, and to help them move forward once they find their leisure.

    Listen to many people, but only speak to a few
    Unlike their extravert cousins, INFPs only focus on a few people, one good thing - their batteries would run out quickly, and they'd be depressed and overwhelmed with all the bad in the world that they just can't bend. This is a sad thing for friends of the INFPs who need to cling to their rosy prospects.
    If not careful, INFPs can lose themselves in their quest for goodness and let everyday tasks drag on. INFPs often get lost in thought, and take the greatest pleasure from looking at the hypothetical or philosophical, more than any other personality type. INFPs can easily lose touch, get into "Hermit Mode," and it can take a lot of energy to get friends and partners back into real life.
    Fortunately, as with the flowers in spring, their affection, creativity, selflessness and idealism come back and reward them and their loved ones, perhaps not with logic and usefulness, but with a worldview that inspires compassion, kindness and beauty.
    Known INFPs:
    J.R.R. Tolkien
    Bjork
    Johnny Depp
    Julia Roberts
    Lisa Kudrow
    Tom Hiddleston
    Homer
    Virgil

    Fictional INFPs:
    "Anne of Green Gables"
    "Fox Mulder" from X-Files
    “Deanna Troi” from Star Trek

    Since a number of such tests always tell me the same thing and I can confirm everything about them: I am proud of who I am.

  • Since a number of such tests always tell me the same thing and I can confirm everything about them: I am proud of who I am.

    "People who share the INFP personality type pride themselves on this quality,"

    Goes well with you: D

  • Entrepreneur (ESTP-A)

    Understanding: Extravert 70% / Introvert 30%
    Energy: Intuitive 0% / Realistic 100%
    Nature: Logic-focused 64% / Principle-focused 36%
    Tactics: Planning 34% / searching 66%
    identity: Assertive 93% / Cautious 7%

    ESTP personality types always have an impact on their immediate environment - they are most likely to be found at a party for the swirling people, fluttering from group to group. ESTP personalities love to be the center of attention and entertain those around them with a coarse and macabre sense of humor. When someone in the audience is asked to come on stage, an ESTP volunteers or pushes a shy friend up.
    ESTPs don't really care about theory, abstract concepts, and tedious discussions about global issues and their implications. They prefer lively conversations with a nice dose of intelligence, but they prefer to talk about the here and now, or better yet, go out and do it. ESTPs run before they look around, straighten their mistakes while moving rather than standing still, preparing for opportunity and escaping instruction.

    Never confuse movement with action

    ESTPs are the personality type most likely to find a risky lifestyle. You live for the moment and immerse yourself in every act - you are the eye of the storm. People with the ESTP personality type love drama, passion and joy, not for the emotional kick, but for stimulating their logical mind. You are forced to make critical decisions based on factual, immediate reality.

    This makes school and other highly organized environments a challenge for ESTPs. It is certainly not because they are not smart, on the contrary, but the regulated, teaching approach to formal education is very different from the style of learning that ESTPs prefer. It takes a lot of maturity to see this process as a necessary tool and as something that opens doors.

    Equally difficult is that it makes more sense for ESTPs to use their own moral compass than someone else's. Rules were made to break them. This is an attitude few principals share and which ESTP personalities have a very special reputation. But when you reduce your anger, curb your energy, and focus more on the boring things, ESTPs are a force to be taken seriously.

    Lots of people don't really listen

    With perhaps the most astute, unfiltered point of view of any guy, ESTPs have a unique ability to sense the tiniest of changes. Be it a different facial expression, a new style of clothing or a bad quality, people with this personality type recognize hidden thoughts and motives where other types would be happy if they noticed anything special at all. ESTPs use these observations promptly, seize the opportunity, and ask questions, often with a low degree of empathy. ESTPs should remember that everyone wants to share their secrets and decisions.

    Sometimes immediate observation and action is exactly what is needed, as in one or the other professional setting, especially in the emergency room.

    If ESTPs are not careful, they could get swept up in the moment, overdo it and be inconsiderate of sensitive people, or forget to care about their own health and safety. The four percent that make up ESTPs is just right to make things exciting and competitive, but not too much to create systematic risk.

    ESTPs are full of passion and energy, carried by a sane, if sometimes confused, head. With their inspiring, convincing and colorful nature they are born initiators, carry everyone with them on the path that only a few have gone and bring life and excitement wherever they are. The real challenge for ESTPs is to use these qualities for a constructive and worthwhile ending.

    Some things are true ...

  • Interesting, so I'm a consultant - "INFJ"

    INFJs are among the idealists. They are the least common personality type, making up only about 1.5 percent of the population. INFJs are friendly and warm, but also very complex individuals. You are creative, artistically gifted and discover hidden meanings and connections that remain hidden to others.
    INFJs see things intuitively without being able to say how or why. They are often correct in their assessments and usually know it. Accordingly, INFJs trust above all in their spontaneous inspirations and their inner voice. At the same time, however, they also attach great importance to a tidy and structured environment. This conflict of inner perception and outer preferences means that INFJs are not as organized as other J-types. This can sometimes be bizarre, for example through an extremely messy desk in an otherwise very tidy apartment.
    INFJs can ask for a favor in a way that makes it nearly impossible to turn back. You also have an amazing insight into people and situations. Thanks to their intuition and experience, they can often predict exactly what someone will do next. However, they find it difficult to verbalize their intuitions. As a consequence, most INFJs keep their insides hidden from others. They are deep and complex personalities that are often difficult to fathom and sometimes prone to secrecy.

    Still, INFJs are at least as loving as they are complicated. Their sincere kindness and concern for their fellow human beings make INFJs highly valued. INFJs always try not to hurt the feelings of others. They find it difficult to endure conflicts and avoid them wherever possible. In exceptional cases, however, an INFJ can burst the collar, the result is a veritable fit of anger. In general, INFJs tend to eat into themselves and therefore often suffer from health problems when they are under stress.
    Because INFJs have strong intuitive abilities and trust their own instincts before anything else, they are sometimes stubborn and ignore the opinions and advice of others. INFJs almost always believe they are right. On the other hand, however, they are also perfectionists who always doubt themselves and are never entirely at peace with themselves. They believe in permanent self-improvement and do not like to rest on what has already been achieved.
    INFJs also maintain strict moral standards and consistently orient their lives according to what they think is right. Since the feeling preference prevails in INFJs, they are friendly and relaxed contemporaries in many ways. However, their preference for judging also means that they have high expectations of themselves and those around them. And when it comes to their ideals, they are sometimes pretty uncompromising.

    The INFJ is a natural provider - patient, devoted, protective. INFJs make loving parents and maintain a strong bond with their offspring. They have high expectations of their children and always keep them doing their best. They can sometimes seem tough and demanding, but in general the children of an INFJ can enjoy a solid upbringing and loving care.
    In professional life, INFJs can often be found where they can act creatively and reasonably independently. You have a natural affinity for art. Often they can also be found in service-oriented professions. You work more leisurely but thoroughly and are not friends of details or small-step tasks. INFJs will either try to avoid such work or get so lost in the details that they lose sight of the big picture and tend to be pedantic.
    The INFJ is a special personality type in many ways. He has powerful intuitive abilities and is devoted to caring for the well-being of his loved ones. The INFJ is a complex character full of deep feelings and even if life is not always easy for him, he persistently follows his ideals and is rewarded with the respect and love of his fellow human beings.

  • The logistician, yes indeed, although my personality is very divided.
    Sometimes I'm very introverted and then again extroverted, but I always think logically and don't pay attention to the feelings of others who don't "itch" me, often I'm also very cold, but still temperamental.
    Okay, too much written ....


  • INFP personalities are true idealists who are always trying to see the good, even in the worst of people or events, and looking for ways to make things better. While perceived as calm, reserved, or even shy, INFPs have an inner fire and passion that can truly shine. Since they make up only 4% of the population, the risk of the INFP personality type being misunderstood is relatively high - but when they find like-minded people to spend their time with, the harmony they feel becomes a ray of joy and harmony Be inspiration.
    As part of the Diplomatic (NF) personality group, INFPs are guided by their principles, rather than logic (analysts), excitement (researchers), or objectivity (sensual). When it comes to figuring out what to do next, they will stick to honor, beauty, morality, and fate - INFPs are guided by purity of purpose. People who share the INFP personality type take pride in this quality, and legitimately, but not everyone understands the drive behind these feelings, and this in turn leads to isolation.

    We know what we are, but we don't know what we could be
    In top form, these qualities give INFPs the ability to hold in-depth conversations, speak easily in metaphors and parables, and know how to create symbolism to spread their ideas. The power of this intuitive communication is popular in creative work, and it is not surprising that well-known INFPs are poets, writers, and actors. It is important for INFPs to understand themselves and their place in the world, and these thoughts they explore as they dive into work.
    INFPs have a knack for expressing themselves and revealing their beauty and secrets through metaphors and fictional characters.
    INFPs' language skills do not end with their mother tongue - like most diplomatic personalities, they too are blessed when it comes to learning a second or third language. Your communication skills are equally well suited to the need for harmony, a recurring theme among diplomats, and to help them move forward once they find their leisure.
    Listen to many people, but only speak to a few
    Unlike their extravert cousins, INFPs only focus on a few people, which is a good thing - their batteries would run out quickly, and they'd be depressed and overwhelmed with all the bad in the world that they just can't bend. This is a sad thing for friends of the INFPs who need to cling to their rosy prospects.
    If not careful, INFPs can lose themselves in their search for the good and let everyday tasks drag on. INFPs often get lost in thought, and take the greatest pleasure in looking at the hypothetical or philosophical, more than any other personality type.INFPs can easily lose touch, get into "Hermit Mode," and it can take a lot of energy to get friends and partners back into real life.
    Fortunately, as with the flowers in spring, their affection, creativity, selflessness and idealism come back and reward them and their loved ones, perhaps not with logic and usefulness, but with a worldview that inspires compassion, kindness and beauty.
    Known INFPs:
    J.R.R. Tolkien
    Bjork
    Johnny Depp
    Julia Roberts
    Lisa Kudrow
    Tom Hiddleston
    Homer
    Virgil
    Fictional INFPs:
    "Anne of Green Gables"
    "Fox Mulder" from X-Files
    “Deanna Troi” from Star Trek

    Uh, the first test where I didn't have to rethink every other question 10 times. That’s something.
    I also don't feel particularly agile or anything like that.
    Well, since I can't really assess myself anyway, I'll just leave it that way.

  • As soon as you start doing it in the TS ...
    I still think, by the way, that it is not good if the results are too extreme.
    And yes, most of it is true, except about the insensitive asshole, because that's not me, most of the time anyway (and anyone who knows me will be able to confirm that). <_ <

    All right then:

    Your personality type is:
    "Leader"
    (ENTJ-A)

    understanding
    58% Extrovert - Introvert 42%
    energy
    65% Intuitive - Realistic 35%
    nature
    59% logic-focused - principle-focused 41%
    Tactics
    59% planning - searching 41%
    identity
    80% assertive - cautious 20%

    “Your time is limited so don't waste it living someone else's life. Do not get caught up in dogma - that is, to live with the results of other people's approaches. Don't let other people's opinions drown out your inner voice. Most importantly, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. Somehow they already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. " - Steve Jobs

    ENTJs are born initiators. People with this personality type embody the gift of charisma, self-awareness and authority in a way that brings the crowd together for a common purpose. But unlike their principle-focused (F) counterpart, ENTJs are characterized by an often ruthless level of rationality, using their energy, determination, and sharp mind to achieve whatever on their minds . Perhaps it's better that they make up only three percent of the population so they don't overpower the shy and sensitive personality types that make up most of the world - and yet we have ENTJs to thank ENTJs for the many companies and institutions that we work for every day take it for granted.

    Happiness lies in the joy of accomplishment

    If there is anything that ENTJs love, it is a good challenge, big or small, and they firmly believe that with enough time and resources, any goal can be achieved. This quality makes people with the ENTJ personality type unique entrepreneurs, and their ability to think strategically and stay focused for a long time while executing every step of their plan with determination and accuracy makes them strong business leaders. This determination is often a self-fulfilling prophecy as ENTJs use sheer willpower to advance their goals while others give up and move on. Your extrovert means that you can probably pull anyone with you and thus achieve outstanding results in the individual processes.

    At the negotiating table, be it in a company or in a car dealership, ENTJs are dominant, indelible and relentless. This is not because they are cold-hearted or vicious - it is rather that ENTJ personalities enjoy the challenge, the battle of the mind, as well as the quick wittedness that comes from the environment. And if the other side cannot keep up, this is no reason for ENTJs to abandon their principle of ultimate victory.

    The ENTJ’s thought behind it can be something like “I don't care if you call me an insensitive A ....... h, as long as I am an efficient A ....... h”.


    If there is someone ENTJs have respect for, it is someone who is able to keep up with them intellectually and who displays a high level of care and quality himself. ENTJ personalities have a special ability to recognize the talents of others, and this in turn supports them in their efforts to set up a team (since no one, no matter how brilliant they may be, can do everything alone) and prevents them from being too arrogant and to become condescending. But they also have a special ability to address the mistakes of others with a high degree of numbness. And this is where ENTJs can get into trouble.


    Cultivate the Science of Human Relationship

    Emotional expression is not necessarily the strength of an analyst (NT) type, but due to their extrovert (E) nature, the distance to the emotions of the ENTJs is primarily public and is directly perceived by a broad mass of people. Especially in a professional environment, ENTJ will suppress the empathy of anyone they consider to be inefficient, incompetent, or lazy. For people with the ENTJ personality type, emotions are a sign of weakness and it's easy to make enemies with this approach - ENTJs need to remember that they are dependent on a working team, not just to achieve their own goals, but for confirmation and feedback, something that ENTJs are very sensitive to.

    ENTJs are real powerhouses, and they create the image that they are bigger than life itself - and often they are. But they need to remember that their appearance does not arise from their own actions, but also from the actions of the team behind them. This is where the importance lies - recognizing the involvement, talents and needs of your supportive network, especially from an emotional point of view. While they may have to adopt a “pretend until you really do” mentality, when ENTJs have to combine their emotionally healthy focus with their many strengths, in the end they will be rewarded for it through happy relationships and hard-won victories.

    I make mistakes on purpose, because mistakes are human and so misunderstandings are less common.
    One, two, three, four, six - can happen, but then apparently I am not God after all, luckily we are different.

  • I have known this test for a while now and have read my theories very inquisitively. To my immense resentment, the evaluations are very accurate. Even after five attempts, I only ever received the logistician.
    It gnaws at my pride with my character apparently to be represented the most in the population. Oh well, my 'conspecifics' Natalie Portman and Monk comfort me a little.

    Cause boys don't cry and neither do I..

  • Your personality type is:
    "Logician"
    (INTP-a)
    Extraverted mind
    Introvert
    70%
    Intuitive
    energy
    Realistic
    35%
    Logic-focused
    nature
    Principle-focused
    35%
    Planning
    Tactics
    Searching
    63%
    Assertive
    identity
    Carefully
    30%
    “Whether the chicken came first, or at least the egg, depends on the frame of reference.”

    EXPECT THE BULLSHIT,
    BUT NEVER ACCEPT IT

  • I've been looking at this test quite a bit through a buddy over the past few months.
    Even if I really didn't think so at the beginning, I have to say that the test applies very well (once you've found the right type).
    Especially if you deal again with the functions Se, Si, Fe, Fi, Te, Ti, Ne, Ni you can learn to better understand your own thoughts and especially those of others (especially for people who think: WTF why am I all my life surrounded by idiots :)).

    I have always assumed the ENFP for the last few months, especially because I thought the F was very pronounced in me, but somehow I noticed that there was not really anything wrong with it. Because I'm a T type lol and since then I've realized a lot: D

    So my result is: ENTP