NTJs. Can totally appreciate their determination and skills to break things apart into sizable and approachable chunks. Makes the tasks ahead so much less daunting
STPs. Absolutely envy their 'What doesn't kill me, makes me stronger' attitude. I'll gladly follow their lead and trust their instincts.
SJs and their ability to notice every detail and keep it mind. They're able to put the finishing touch on things so easily and keep things going smoothly. SFJs with people, observing the niceties and not forgetting small meaningful touches, and STJs with practical details so things don't get bogged down by one stupid thing you forgot. I don't constantly have to worry about forgetting these things when those people are around. They'll hand me the right detail at the right time.
NTPs for their out of the box thinking. Means I've always got a new pov to explore in a ton of subjects.
Though NFJs have a lot in common with me, I appreciate them keeping the group together. I'm capable of it myself, but it costs me a lot more energy and I have to make sure I don't get distracted.
Have to admit I don't have as much experience with SFPs so cannot comment on that.
Envy ENTJs. They are like a version of us that finishes things.
And ISTPs, because they are one of the best combinations of skill and logic you'll see.
Also ISFPs for their creativity. Their work is so different, but also precise and complete.
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I am an ENTJ. I recognize strategic value in any type. That's my normal mode of thinking, looking for potential and actualizing it.
I wish I was better at understanding very complex theoretical stuff like INTPs. I mean I'm not bad at it but INTPs are the only type that has managed to amaze me.
Also, I envy the ENFPs empathy and kindness. It's almost unbelievable that such people exist. They help people asking absolutely nothing in return and they can find the good side in everyone. And on top of that they will say "he's a good man" for someone who is not even half as good as they are. They are a combination of genius and naive.
Ditto that. I usually have a way to put anyone to good use.
I also really admire the logic and analytical skills of those proficient in Ti. Not just intp. I always think I could be just as good at it if I had the patience and my focus was not always on steps and tasks to move forward towards my goals, but I am most likely just fooling myself.
I'm an ESTJ, and I admire:
- INTPs for their objectivity,
- ENTJs for their leadership ability,
- NFs for their ability to read people, and most of all,
- ISTJs, for having everything that I appreciate about ESTJs, without the explosive emotions, and without most of the really annoying bits. I wish I was an ISTJ detective. How cool would that be??