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    Default ENTJs varying greatly on enneagram type

    Ive only known 3 definite ENTJs

    an 8w7, 8w9, and 6w7.

    The differences could not be any more obvious. The 8s were fairly similar. Though the 8w7 was more of a hellraiser and joker than the 8w9 who was stereotypically peaceful and stayed away from stirring the pot. These two were the bussinessmen type. Strong, confident, independant ENTJs. The 8w7 would be combative but you could tell he didnt take it personally.

    The 6w7 was an entirely different breed of ENTJ. More of a talk show host type. Think unhealthy Letterman or Conan. Big mouth yappy kid. Gossipy. Put on more of a facade. Combative but seemed to take it personally. Seemed sensitive and insecure. Generally annoying individual.



    Is this common? Has anyone else noticed drastic differences in ENTJs depending on their enneagram typing? I assume ENTP 3's and ENTP 7s would be quite a drastic difference as well, but I dont think I know any ENTP 3's.

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    I have never heard of an ENTJ type 6

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    It's pretty common for ENTJs, according to the folks at enneagraminstitute.com

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    I came up as an 8sx. I read the description and it sounded pretty accurate, especially the description of an emotionally unhealthy one

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    I do agree that we can and frequently do vary greatly based on enneagram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    I do agree that we can and frequently do vary greatly based on enneagram.
    My enneagram was strange... I tied 3 and 8, and 8w7. Makes sense though I suppose; I can definitely see the 3 and 8 in me. Any type can vary big time depending on enneagram though.

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    I don't know mine, I personally don't pay much attention to the ennegram, it is too generalistic and confines people into a rigid aspect of personality that is at best mockable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capricorn009 View Post
    I personally don't pay much attention to the ennegram, it is too generalistic and confines people into a rigid aspect of personality that is at best mockable.
    The same can be said of MBTI.

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