Where do you ENTPs put yourselves in the introversion/extroversion (i.e., sociability) duality?
As of late, among my cognitive processes I consider to be strong (Ne, Ti, and Fi), Fe is something I want to develop, but I find this function to be a bit tricky.
For example, the types I consider that I have good chemistry with, other than my own type...
c. The not so introverted INTP
d. The not so arrogant INTJ
Only the latter two are really good in dealing with people. The rest often ends up either more quirky than me, not to mention more introverted, which in my opinion, doesn't really help in refining my Fe, assuming that we consider the real worlds as more dominated by SFs.
It's something like, I do easily appear extroverted among quirky people, but among the legitimate socialites (SF), I don't really consider my Fe to be really spectacular.
It's like Ne/Ti is so indiviualistic, while Fe is conformist. It seems to be an issue of compromising, at least for me.
Has any of you developed an effective workaround for this? That is, putting Fe into full throttle without that much concern how much eccentricity your Ne/Ti may resonate?
There's an ENFJ that I know of that easily bypasses this dilemma by showing various layers of her personality, depending on the situation (like an instant shift to SF mode to show a social mask). She does this effortlessly, which is something that, for an ENTP, isn't necessarily that easy, even if we have tendency to be chamelions.