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    In trying to figure out what each type's personalities are... A question...

    Is Amber from House an ENTJ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnRWillis View Post
    In trying to figure out what each type's personalities are... A question...

    Is Amber from House an ENTJ?
    Based only from this expression. (is this her?)

    100%

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    Her nickname was Cutthroat Bitch.

    So yeah, probably ETJ



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    Like all types, the ENTJ has a widely-accepted and grossly assumptive stereotype that I enjoyably differ from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disregard View Post
    Like all types, the ENTJ has a widely-accepted and grossly assumptive stereotype that I enjoyably differ from.
    How do you see yourself as different from the ENTJ stereotype? I was just wondering because I really balked at the idea of being an ENTJ but the more I converse with fellow ENTJs the more I like the idea.

    I would love to know how Te dominance expresses itself in your life.

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    I agree. I've just learned the only people you need in life are the ones that matter because while they admire your strength and intellectual/creative talents, they see
    you as a seperate person apart from it and enjoy your imagination and zest for life.

    ENTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    ENTJ women are incredible. Self-assured, self-sufficient, independent, coldly-rational yet imaginative, intelligent and capable women are so amazingly attractive and undervalued.

    Nothing is more of a turn off and annoyance than a needy woman and ENTJ are the polar opposites of that.
    I agree. I've just learned the only people you need in life are the ones that matter because while they admire your strength and intellectual/creative talents, they see
    you as a seperate person apart from it and enjoy your imagination and zest for life.

    ENTJ

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    The thing I love about being an ENTJ is that things you imagine seeing or doing
    for forever are twice as magical when they happen because you work for them. Ever since I was young I'd always felt like I'd opened some kind of door that couldn't be closed because fantasizing makes you wonder if things can't be turned
    into reality. Why I understand the lyrics to the song Defying Gravity, it is not about flying or learning how to use the broom, but realizing you don't need powers to change things

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    Quote Originally Posted by capricorn009 View Post
    The thing I love about being an ENTJ is that things you imagine seeing or doing
    for forever are twice as magical when they happen because you work for them. Ever since I was young I'd always felt like I'd opened some kind of door that couldn't be closed because fantasizing makes you wonder if things can't be turned
    into reality. Why I understand the lyrics to the song Defying Gravity, it is not about flying or learning how to use the broom, but realizing you don't need powers to change things
    I feel energized just reading this. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craft View Post
    Based only from this expression. (is this her?)

    100%
    I stand like that and have that look ALL the time. I didn't realize it at first though until people began being afraid of me. LOL!

    What I'm usually thinking when I have that stance? "These are the 100 things I need to do today. Which do I tackle first?"

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