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    Quote Originally Posted by King-Of-Despair View Post
    All of you ENTJs are forgetting 1 and 6w5. E1s usually correlate to any Judging type. 6w5 for some reason also correlate quite nicely with ENTJ, eg. David Letterman (supposedly).
    An ENTJ enneagram 6? :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    An ENTJ enneagram 6? :/
    Talk about converting fear into force. Darth Vader, maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    An ENTJ enneagram 6? :/
    My guess is that they would be more likely counterphobic. Counterphobic 6s are similar to threes, if I can find a description, I'll put it here...

    The truly confounding element when it comes to typing Sixes is that there are two fundamentally different strategies that Sixes adopt for dealing with fear. Some Sixes are basically phobic. Phobic Sixes are generally compliant, affiliative and cooperative. Other Sixes adopt the opposite strategy of dealing with fear, and become counterphobic, essentially taking a defiant stand against whatever they find threatening. This is the Six who takes on authority or who adopts a dare devil attitude towards physical danger. Counterphobic Sixes can be agressive and, rather than looking for authorities, can adopt a rebellious or anti-authoritarian demeanor. Counterphobic Sixes are often unaware of the fear that motivates their actions. In fact, Sixes in general, tend to be blind to the extent of their own anxiety. Because it is the constant back drop to all of their emotions, Sixes are frequently unaware of its existence, as they have nothing with which to contrast it.
    from: Enneagram Type 6 - The Loyalist
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    I'm still not completely sure, if I'm ENTJ, but I can't call myself an ENTP anymore. So borderline ENTJ. 8w7. Quite typical isn't it?
    Oh yeah?

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    I'm an ENTJ and 1w9. ENTJ totally correlates with one. I also know a 6w5 ENTJ. You guys are forgetting that, while ENTJs can be assertive, Te by nature is also concerned with rules and principles. My 6w5 friend isn't particularly CP, yet he is very fixated on one way of looking at things (Te before Ni) and is very willing to discuss his views with others. Myself, I'm basically the same way in this regard. ENTJ is actually a very stereotyped type, and it really bugs me when I see people perpetuating stereotypes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    Discuss your enneagram type and how it manifests itself in your ENTJness and why you think it came about!

    3s:
    - Might have had parents with very different types than your own, and might have constantly felt like they weren't appreciating all your good qualities. I think this could lead to a need to overachieve and prove yourself.
    That + I am shy like him:

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    Plus, I'm pretty sure MBTI is genetic. I never chose to be the way I am in terms of my preferences. It's more like my preferences influenced how I reacted to my environment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasputin View Post
    I'm pretty sure MBTI is genetic.
    Scary.

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    I have no clue about Enneagram. I choosed three cause in the type description they said: 3's like workalcoholism. The other 8 types didnt mention a thing about beer
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