"powerful" is too vague, I obviously want to vote for myself, but honestly each has their strengths and faults.
Mostly I just wanted to latch onto the quote
This's not STRICTLY true... just rare. I do 'plan' to a degree... it's just I've learned over the years that my attempts at planning never ever work. When I try to plan, it's generally very strict assumptions, and anything unexpected will ruin it. As such, I've taken to just embracing the fact that I'm more than capable of handling things as they come, so instead, have a very loosely based plan which can suffer huge setbacks and still remain coherant because it's not much of a plan (ie: 'get monies' 'go to college' 'get work' etc, note that these're all rather excessively uhm... vague, so there's kind of no real direct plan as such in terms of the specific details).Contigency Planning: ENTJ hands down. The very concept of planning is foreign to an ENTP.
Such is the planning style of the ENTP... it's not that planning "doesn't exist", it's just so vague it doesn't look like a plan to anyone else.