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    ENTJ, is more usually more dominant because of their J, and the stronger it is, the more productive, and efficient, the more productive, means, getting a job, education, money, reaching the goals they aim for, in business and money, yes. They will reach goals faster in life and make quicker decisions and time equals money. Money=power. One way to look at it. or flip it...

    ENTP is more powerful, because they can outsmart the ENTJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud View Post
    The duel has begun!
    That's a great thread, my friend! If I become wealthy and powerful, which type will I become, an ENTP or an ENTJ? How much money and how many subordinates must I have to change my type to an ENTJ? What evidence of power would I need to present to accurately type myself as an ENTP? Also, why hasn't anybody posted a complete classisification list of all powerful people where they are regarded as either ENTJ or an ENTP. Why isn't anybody here urging all people who have ENT in their forum profile to change their type to something else!?

    This is starting to look like http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...jectivity.html all over again. Our forum does recycle the idiocy of its past and does it ever! The fact that the previous thread attain over 300 replies and this one is well over 400 surely tells us something important and interesting about our community.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SolitaryWalker View Post
    If I become wealthy and powerful, which type will I become...
    It won't happen.

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    So basically enneagram 8's vs enneagram 7's?
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    So basically enneagram 8's vs enneagram 7's?
    How about Zeus vs Aphrodite? What did you get on your Greek deity personality test? I bet you can get many people who say they scored ENTP on their test that they identified with the same Greek God, the same for those who say they are ENTJs.
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    You can't compare two different things.
    an entp can work with an entj and both will get exactly what they wanted out of the deal.
    It's a quid pro quo commercial thing. And if the parties are smart enough to realise this they'll use it to their own advantage instead of trying to have "power" they define differently to begin with.

    Take some new business project within a given company:
    Within the dev team you have the entj who is willing to walk/work the extra mile and will work hard etc and get that 'project manager' tag by default and will do whatever is needed to bring the project to completion. the entj would probaby be good with the technical, legal aspects and would have an eye for details.

    And the entp could get a nice 'outside consultant' sort of deal, probably work less hours, be less systematic helping out here and there and enhancing some ideas. If he rationalised the structure of the project they'd also be good at spotting what fits and what doesn't and how best to make the project fit into its economical environnement.

    An entp would care more about the efficiency, cost/benefit ratio of their own investment in the project and the ability of the job to keep the mind on its toes while an entj would be more driven by the hierarchical and fiduciary gains and the ability to create something culturaly tangible (so services, companies, whatever)

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    ENTJ Power:



    ENTP Power:



    Get the world to pull your juggernaut or...
    change the world.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    ENTJ rules the boundary.

    ENTP pushes the boundary.

    Game over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    So basically enneagram 8's vs enneagram 7's?
    No, keep your bullshit generalizations to yourself.

    The point of this thread is that ENTPs and ENTJs mix like oil and water, and I personally don't give a fuck about their authority when I see one.
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    Definitely ENTP, because I like the ego boost.

    And that's the most sensible answer I could've given.
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