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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ99 View Post
    That sounds quite like an ENTP to me.
    They can be hard to tell apart sometimes, but this guy knows all about type and has confirmed that he is an ENTJ. As I said, he's quite well balanced and mature, so the usual TJ certainty has been toned down quite a bit. He's clearly in touch with his Fi inferior - hence the concern with ethics and his inner sensitivity. However, he needs closure and can't stand loose ends - he once got into trouble for finishing someone else's project without asking! In his opinion, the work was very important but was taking far too long to complete, so he stepped in and did it himself. He actually thought the project manager would be pleased about this, instead the manager was livid and lodged an official complaint!

    This strikes me as very ENTJ-like behaviour. I can't see an ENTP wanting to finish things for others - they're far more interested in starting new projects than completing old ones.

    BTW, he guessed straight away that I was an NF, based on the type of questions I usually ask at meetings and presentations. He thought I might be an ENFP, which was a fair guess as I can be quite outspoken and confident in some situations, such as the aforementioned workplace meetings.
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    A thinker doer finisher! Power people then! From what you're saying, their line would go something like, "Your words don't cut no shit with me!" ENTJ's are kinda awesome then, like business executives and power brokers and corporate merger Jack Campbell from "The Family Man" types.

    Oh ya, and I get confused for everything but INFJ, because we're so eclectic and undefinable.
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    Yeah, an ENTJ in full motion would leave me standing in their dust trail! My own Te function is very erratic and unreliable, so I am quite in awe of the sheer amount of stuff these people manage to achieve in their lives. It makes me tired just thinking about it!
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    Type A's! Definitely wouldn't want one that's unhinged! Far too much destruction could be laid waste in their tracks.

    I was just reading about this, and nobody said JIM CARREY! The definitive ENTJ, who'll say anything and do anything to get a laugh! Makes sense, after what he said about TMZ on Letterman. I get the ENTJ now.
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    INT in women is rare.
    INF in men is rare.

    Although I'm not sure about INFP men. But it's just my theory.


    Someone said ENTPs are everywhere. ?!
    I only met one I am sure of lately.

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    Here are the tallies for people I'm kinda close to [not just random acquantainces] whom I've typed (excluding me):
    ESFP - 2
    ESTP - 1
    ESTJ - 1
    ISFP - 1
    INFP - 1
    INTJ - 1
    INFJ - 2
    It's odd that I know two other INFJs well.

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