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    22 20.95%
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    19 18.10%
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    Without doubt ENTJ.

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    Yep, another ENTJ vote here. I actually strongly prefer Js to Ps when it comes to being led - is that weird? So I went with ENTJ because INTJs feel mysterious to me, sometimes, and I'd rather not be guessing at what they want from me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    INTJs feel mysterious to me, sometimes, and I'd rather not be guessing at what they want from me.
    Yes, I'd say the same of any introverted type - people need to know clearly what's expected and why, and respond generally better to a boss that's more open and personable. Regardless of how clear they think they are, I seldom find an introvert that doesn't force you to ask things that really, they ought to have told you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    For one project, with myself and my ENTJ friend leading, she had way more uncertainty, panics, over things that just popped up, which I had to smooth out. Cuz unlike the ENTJ, my main advantage is being able to juggle more than one thing, and do it well.

    If your ENTJ girlie friend choked on a project,
    all ENTJs must choke on all projects.

    That's "logical."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kangirl View Post
    Yep, another ENTJ vote here. I actually strongly prefer Js to Ps when it comes to being led - is that weird? So I went with ENTJ because INTJs feel mysterious to me, sometimes, and I'd rather not be guessing at what they want from me.
    I assure you, you wouldn't be left guessing if it was my project.

    Asshole yes, mysterious no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    If your ENTJ girlie friend choked on a project,
    all ENTJs must choke on all projects.

    That's "logical."
    If you take my anecdotal story to be a generalization towards ALL ENTJs...

    that's ILLOGICAL. (note the lack of quotes)

    Btw, shouldn't your main point be, "ENTJ" in quotes? With your views on MBTI and all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    If your ENTJ girlie friend choked on a project,
    all ENTJs must choke on all projects.

    That's "logical."
    If one star has enough mass to collapse into a singularity.. every star has enough mass to collapse into a singularity.

    If I have a mass, everything has a mass: meaning every photon has infinite mass.

    If You didn't make cheap inferences and confuse them with deductions, we wouldn't be having this talk.


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    *high fives Qre:us*


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    I don't wanna generalize to all ENTPs, but, you're pretty awsome!

    Lesson 101: difference between inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post


    I don't wanna generalize to all ENTPs, but, you're pretty awsome!
    Hope you excluded me, I am not that arrogant, at least not in public
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