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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Jobs is not an ENTP. I agree.
    Jobs is a strict and controlling tyrant. It's his way, or the fucking highway.
    He is a detail-oriented perfectionist. It's well-known about him.
    He fired someone simply because a single screw was visible, on a product.

    Steve is a rager.
    His brutal temper is legendary, and he scares the shit out of people.

    Gates doesn't have a creative bone in his body.
    He's so uncreative, he steals the ideas of those who ARE creative.
    I can't stand the unoriginal, thieving, bastard.

    Frankly, I don't believe there are only 16 types.
    There are endless possibilities for function development.
    Oh the irony of the alleged "innovators" in this thread, being the biggest conformists of all.
    They can't imagine any possibilities other than the conventional ones shoved down their MBTI-loving throats.

    They must be out delivering pizza.
    How "innovative."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar
    Jobs is not an ENTP. I agree.
    Jobs is a strict and controlling tyrant. It's his way, or the fucking highway.
    He is a detail-oriented perfectionist. It's well-known about him.
    He fired someone simply because a single screw was visible, on a product.

    Steve is a rager.
    His brutal temper is legendary, and he scares the shit out of people.

    Gates doesn't have a creative bone in his body.
    He's so uncreative, he steals the ideas of those who ARE creative.
    I can't stand the unoriginal, thieving, bastard.

    Frankly, I don't believe there are only 16 types.
    There are endless possibilities for function development.
    Oh the irony of the alleged "innovators" in this thread, being the biggest conformists of all.
    They can't imagine any possibilities other than the conventional ones shoved down their MBTI-loving throats.

    They must be out delivering pizza.
    How "innovative."
    Finally it does pay off that I've always been the only one in threads against typing the whole world in 16 types. Yes ! The satisfaction, it feels goooooooooooood !!!

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    You know the acid test I would just say meh when people tell me the deadline, while the TJ would get stressed about it and try to change his plans.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yenom View Post
    You know the acid test I would just say meh when people tell me the deadline, while the TJ would get stressed about it and try to change his plans.
    I rather think its vice versa with the p getting stressed
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    An in between P and J yes.

    But I would not give a fuck rather I meet the deadline or not.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Things I've noticed:

    ENTJ's have the stronger personality and a stronger will to follow-through with goals to completion. Where ENTP's will get side-tracked, OD on possibilities, leave things open-ended, unsigned, unsealed, and undelivered.

    Under stress the ENTJ appears to get easily angered where an ENTP will get sick with anxiety, feel hopeless like they can't go on, and want to disappear.

    ENTJ's also have stronger logical abilities where an ENTP might become overwhelmed by facts or not process them accurately.

    I know that makes ENTP's sound pretty pathetic, but compared to ENTJ's, it seems so. There may be exceptions...

    The good news is that ENTP's are more laid back and flexible!


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    But I would not give a fuck rather I meet the deadline or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd Girl View Post
    Things I've noticed:

    ENTJ's have the stronger personality and a stronger will to follow-through with goals to completion. Where ENTP's will get side-tracked, OD on possibilities, leave things open-ended, unsigned, unsealed, and undelivered.

    Under stress the ENTJ appears to get easily angered where an ENTP will get sick with anxiety, feel hopeless like they can't go on, and want to disappear.

    ENTJ's also have stronger logical abilities where an ENTP might become overwhelmed by facts or not process them accurately.

    I know that makes ENTP's sound pretty pathetic, but compared to ENTJ's, it seems so. There may be exceptions...

    The good news is that ENTP's are more laid back and flexible!



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    All those people talking about INTs. This is about ENTPS and ENTJs, get outta' here!!

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    To summarize all of the above comments:

    ENTJ:



    ENTP:

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    TeNi vs NeTi. Very different thought processes.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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