On the other had, I wholeheartedly agree with that last part. As an ENTJ it is extremely difficult to relax and allow yourself to defer to the wisdom of others. We know what we want, we know how to get it, and we rarely pay attention to the often-valuable insights that others may have. This is, I think, the true achilles heel of the ENTJ. We miss an awful lot thinking we already know it all. We also tend to have rather lop-sided and unrealistic expectations of others and don't pay much (if any) attention to the human condition. It (for lack of a better word) sucks when you start to realize how much you've hurt people who barely registered on your personal radar because you were too busy conquering the world.