INFJ's might be dawn to the positive and enthusiastic outlook ENTP's have for the future. Also, INFJ's might be attracted to the easy-going, playful and adventurous side of ENTP's.
The INFJ can help the ENTP be more sensitive to others feelings.
To be honest, I don't feel like INFJ's understand me very well. I recently had one jump out of nowhere and call me crazy in the random thought thread. I reached out to her in PM to assure her she's got me all wrong and confused with someone else. I was very kind to her. I was not surprised when she didn't reply as I'm sure she felt foolish. What could she say other than she was sorry? I don't need to hear that. The reality is, I didn't know her, she didn't know me and she was looking all kinds of crazy the way she approached, rep'd me, and had a knee jerk response over absolutely nothing real or time critical.
ENTP's are not as punctual as INFJ's
INFJ's may take an absolute right/wrong position that can be stifling to ENTP's when ENTP's love to explore options.
INFJ's seem quick to judge rather than simply listen and encourage a free-flow of ideas.
I've been defriended and received nasty emails that had little to NO basis in truth/reality/facts. I have to say, it frustrates me and I don't understand the knee jerk reactions to someone that you're supposed to love. They can do a lot of damage to a relationship in a very short time when they lose their cool. Why not treat people like they're a teammate/friend and try to work through it, first?
ENTP's no clowning around when it's time to be serious; be genuine, sincere and respectful to INFJ's.
ENTP's be on-time when meeting with INFJ's.
INFJ's bring up issues right away in a calm manner; knee jerk reactions are not appreciated.
INFJ's make time to brainstorm and debate logically with your ENTP.
INFJ's don't withdraw when you feel hurt; communicate your feelings and trust the ENTP to work through them with you.