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    Softer inside...

    Harder outside...

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    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post
    Kangirl, you, TG's conversion

    also some softer ENTJs with disco and babs.
    LOL did you just say that both disco and babylon are female?

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    Anyway I can say that when I first came to the forum (and a lot of it was my fault) there was a lot of negative shit sent at me which was phrased in ways like "What else do you expect from an ENTJ!".

    Lately that's been a lot less common.
    wails from the crypt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post
    Kangirl, you,
    also some softer ENTJs with disco and babs.
    Babylon is now an ENFJ.

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    unlikely.
    wails from the crypt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    I don't compare myself to ENTJ's. Why? They're basically me extroverted. They do get into that steamrolling mode and then I just tell them to relax because they look like an asshole and that's only if I feel like expending the energy to care about what they're doing. Or their yelling is giving me a headache. Otherwise I see it as every type reads what it wants to read here and answers accordingly. The ones who start the threads have their reasons just like anyone else. I see competitiveness here from ENTJ's (and other types) but I keep in mind, they are usually young-ish and will eventually mellow.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kambro View Post
    I usually love and admire INTJs, and don't try to be better than them, either

    Like above quote
    Assuming you meant ENTJs

    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
    Being an ENTJ doesn't mean your strong, there are no more strong ENTJs than strong... say, ISFPs. They are more assertive and aggressive, but that doesn't provide intellectual or physical superiority.

    I don't compare myself to types, I compare myself to people. If that person who I'm competing with happens to be an ENTJ, I tend to withdraw and base my arguments on quality > quantity. I smile a lot and act calmly, which makes them lose composure and as they struggle to strike even harder, they lose their grounds. At this point, their defeat is imminent. They're like those boxers who try to win so hard and punch so fast that they step out of the circle and get disqualified. The same strategy doesn't work on other types though.
    This is why I think I get along well with INTJs

    To answer the op, I absolutely want to be better than an ENTJ.

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    I just want to be the best person I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I just want to be the best person I can.
    Exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Ok. So, the conculsions are here. People do want to win the ENTJ, some - especially the INTJ, try to frame it in a story device that they "don't want that", a story device that has gotten awfully ugly by now. The INTJ's motives are strongly at suspect. People want to have a jab at the ENTJ, perhaps exerting their "coolness", skills, intellect or whatever - but they do desire to exert their thing unprovoked. Given a little provocation, they do want to exert their coolness, win, whatever, etc.. but it's obvious, very, very obvious. Perhaps the people would like to be less obvious, almost like a ninja or spy of some sorts, even though they are painfully, blatantly obvious. Perhaps the people like to blame the ENTJ for "obviousness" and lack of "tact" as well

    I haven't seen much proof that people bashing ENTJ aren't just in the business of promoting themselves .. the style of the conversation in here is shitty, and will not get more attention from me, unless I want to punish myself in the near future. Be seeing you in some hopefully fruitful threads.

    What sorry failures of a people have come here.
    promoting what, you are only a fraud unless you have sufficient evidence to justify that you are not one.

    Are you looking for people to respect you and treat you like a god?
    i think there are people who already does this, just that you haven't notice.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post
    Anyway I can say that when I first came to the forum (and a lot of it was my fault) there was a lot of negative shit sent at me which was phrased in ways like "What else do you expect from an ENTJ!".

    Lately that's been a lot less common.
    Murkrow, can I ask, was his because of social anxiety do you think? Difficult one for a bloke to answer, but I'm curious as to why because from what I can see you are far from the only one.

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