For ESTJ though, I'd say most likely to be moderately successful.
ESTJs play the money game to not lose--they're more interested in sustaining what they have than in expanding into new economic ventures. ENTJs (and INTJs) are the ones who are playing to win, who will end up way more successful than everybody else in the long run.
If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?
Okay, i'm gonna ask you to provide examples instead though, because SOMEBODY else isn't going to it seems.
Nobody asked for examples of when INTJs get thrown in jail because of their ponzi schemes. I think yer taking this too seriously.
But I'll oblige because I can't resist. Alright, take Fe. Fe is a lovely cuddly beautiful function, but it can result in some incongruous behaviors, such as judging someone for upsetting social harmony, and then going back home and starting a fight with their own mother. If not backed up by a well developed Ti, the NFJ in question might never stop and analyze their actions, hence never realizing their hypocrisy.
Want me to name examples from my own experience? My ENFJ friend is convinced that she's a prime example of a good little Lutheran girl, but she smokes pot, drinks, gossips, and has sex out of wedlock (I don't think any of these things are wrong, but they hardly fit with her self image). My INFJ friend judges people for being mean or cruel, but he himself can be quite nasty and manipulative to get what he wants.
"There's no need to be embarrassed about it, Mr. Spock. It happens to the birds and the bees!"
Fe is a lovely cuddly beautiful function, but it can result in some incongruous behaviors, such as judging someone for upsetting social harmony, and then going back home and starting a fight with their own mother.
i could see myself being guilty of this... Thank you for explaining