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    Quote Originally Posted by MinervaSSS View Post
    Marketing...I'd never figure that to be an ENTP thing. I've been around too many, well one ENTP, who was a self-described 'scientist' who did computer science. Is it the front of house or back of house function of marketing - analysis or customer relations...curious.
    Both. My job is essentially to know things and tell people what they should do.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    Both. My job is essentially to know things and tell people what they should do.
    So like a behaviour/action programmer/delegator, I see. I smell management material.

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    ENTPs are great at marketing, I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinervaSSS View Post
    So like a behaviour/action programmer/delegator, I see. I smell management material.
    Mostly I educate and guide. I help make things seem not so complicated. I also seem to fall into the role of making people feel like they know what to do by being confident. A lot of the time people don't know what to do, so if you can push them a little to one side or the other they can move forward.
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinervaSSS View Post
    Do ENTPs not know how to cook? :P
    I eat raw pasta, so what ?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MinervaSSS View Post
    Lol, those poor prostitutes Are most ENTPs engineers of some kind? Just a hunch... Do ENTPs not know how to cook? :P
    I'm an excellent cook. I sometimes get asked if I've worked as a chef.
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    Dinner guest: What did you put in this fantastic sauce?

    Me: I really don't remember all of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MinervaSSS View Post
    Lol, those poor prostitutes Are most ENTPs engineers of some kind? Just a hunch... Do ENTPs not know how to cook? :P
    Well I work in engineering! And don't know how to cook! but my half italian ENFP is teaching me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MinervaSSS View Post
    So like a behaviour/action programmer/delegator, I see. I smell management material.
    Hey I work in management kinda stuff! Then again i'm just doing an internship and I've already decided I couldn't do it for more than a year or two.
    "I'd never die for my beliefs, I might be wrong"

    "Is it not enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe there are fairys at the bottom of it too"

    "Intelligence is being able to hold too opposing views in the mind at the one time without going crazy" - Now all I need to figure out is if I'm intelligent or crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinervaSSS View Post
    Marketing...I'd never figure that to be an ENTP thing.
    If one type is best at marketing, it's easily ENTPs. Highly creative area where success typically requires a lot independent ideas and the ability to challenge convention. In my HR consulting work, had an experience with a now fired ESTJ female marketing exec who was a grad of an elite college, and was extremely frustrated by poor sales of the products she oversaw. She began relying heavily on an ENTP associate who graduated from a state school and had a far better understanding of broader industry trends and an ability to perceive customer needs that weren't that obvious.

    INTPs tend to be the nutty professor types who understand products, but not marketing. Seen cases where they create technologies they fall in love with that nobody wants to buy. Still, even they're better at marketing than STJs.

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