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    ENTJ: strategy
    INTJ: infrastructure
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    ENTJ: Awesome.
    INTJ: Awesome in secret.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    ENTJ: Awesome.
    INTJ: Awesome in secret.

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    Cognitive function order:

    INTJ = Ni, Te, Fi, Se
    ENTJ = Te, Ni, Se, Fi

    Reversed order functions create different results. INTJ will mull over a problem longer so they can see the pitfalls where an ENTJ will get a more cursory overview and act on it more quickly. Both have downfalls in that delaying action on minor issues causes problems for an INTJ in a high stress, fast-paced environment. Leaping head first into what originally appeared to be a minor problem, can come back to bite ENTJs in the ass.

    Sensory world is the achilles heel of the INTJ, as ENTJs grapple with their feelings function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    I guess the difference between ENTJs and INTJs is that the latter should probably just be left at home.
    I generally do prefer this option, since few people invite me to places I consider worth going to.

    My ENTJ friends differ from the INTJs I know primarily in reaching out to others more. They enjoy socializing more, though in a classy, sometimes understated way. They are more likely to speak up to others about things they don't like, which relates to the idea of them being controlling or directing. The one, however, has surprising sensitivity to how others will react to what she does and uses this to temper her approach. The other is just -- I can only call it laid back, though that sounds funny for an ENTJ -- such that when he directs it doesn't come across as overbearing. Both, however, are interested in similar discussion topics as the INTJs, and often approach arguments and analyses in similar ways.

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    INTJ = Acts like a robot.
    ENTJ = Thinks like a robot.

    Yesss?? Nooo??

    or the other way around??

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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reWrongI'mRight View Post
    INTJ = Acts like a robot.
    ENTJ = Thinks like a robot.

    Yesss?? Nooo??

    or the other way around??
    Poor.

    My recommendation: less action, more thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reWrongI'mRight View Post
    INTJ = Acts like a robot.
    ENTJ = Thinks like a robot.

    Yesss?? Nooo??

    or the other way around??



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    well @ Zar

    we're terrible at Fi... INTJ's are probably better at that than we are.

    INTJ's come off as cold, and unemotional, but whereas

    ENTJ's ARE cold and unemotional.

    this is to the extremes. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by You'reWrongI'mRight View Post
    well @ Zar

    we're terrible at Fi... INTJ's are probably better at that than we are.

    INTJ's come off as cold, and unemotional, but whereas

    ENTJ's ARE cold and unemotional.

    this is to the extremes. :P
    I think this is somewhat right, but not entirely. It may be that INTJs feel more deeply, and are more in tune with their emotions, but to the outsider, I think they will appear more cold than ENTJs. People can only see the extraverted functions, and with INTJs, they are much less social, which can make them appear like they just don't give a crap about people, whether that is actually right or not.

    I think your statement about INTJs acting like robots and ENTJs thinking like robots, while a joke, actually has some truth in it.
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