For non sequitur some weaknesses of ENTJs

May be unable to understand other people’s needs where these differ from their own.

· May unwisely assume their ideas are the only right ones and are therefore being fully implemented by others.

· May become childishly petulant or angered when confronted by situations which require feeling judgments.

· May become so engrossed in a plan or ambition that personal needs and the needs of others are forgotten.

· May take every decision not made in agreement with their rational beliefs as a personal rejection.

· May be easily taken in or manipulated by others via agreement with their rational attitudes.

· May become obsessed with small obstructions and difficulties to the point where the overall plan is forgotten

· May believe natural limitations are actually ailments which ought to be eradicated

· May assume others are ever plotting against them.

· May believe only their own view of the world or a situation is correct, even to the point that they make it into a kind of dogma which must be followed by those around them.