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    Default What's the difference between an ENTJ, and a ESTJ?

    I read their profiles; they basically sound the same.

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    No.
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    We are creative in our ability to think and organize.
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    They both think being a TJ will help them conquer the world.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

    "In this Caesar there are many Mariuses"~Sulla

    Conquer your inner demons first before you conquer the world.

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    Basically the S/N difference. ENTJ's are more imaginative in their commanding. They have more foresight. ESTJ's are more practical in their commanding. They use facts more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud View Post
    They both think being a TJ will help them conquer the world.
    I certainly don't have a desire to conquer any world other than my own (though I pity the soul that thinks they'll be given even a moment of consideration should they attempt to interfere with that plan). Which is the world you're referring to?

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    As far as classic temperament, ENTJ is pure Choleric, ESTJ is Choleric-Melancholic. They do sound similar if you don't know what to look for in the temperament model, or understand the S/Ni differences.
    Both are very aggressive and take charge, but ESTJ ultimately relies on memory and established structures, while ENTJ will follow his own visions. Hence, purely Choleric in contrast to part Melancholic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carmen View Post
    What's the difference between an ENTJ, and a ESTJ?
    About $150,000 per year, pensionable.

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    It's the difference between a strategist and a tactician, respectively.

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    ENTJs always look like they just got back from a trip or something. ESTJs always look like they just got ready for work.

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