I actually met an ENTJ that happens to be in charge of me at work. He's great - one of the few leaders I've ever experienced that has both patience and a capacity to understand the people around them, based on their motivations. He can read into people. And we've had discussions before and seem to agree on a lot. It was kind of strange because I guess I've always had this idea of an ENTJ being like an ESTJ or something, quick to jump to conclusions and into things without thinking about the consequences. But no, he's pretty much the opposite of that. He's the kind of person that will sit and observe when an argument goes on because he doesn't believe he should involve himself unless it seems necessary; of course if you argue with him, that's different, but he's also pretty careful not to offend people, which I thought was kind of cute. He understands that people understand and perceive reality in many different ways and seems pretty accepting of that in general. He's not a bully at all. If I had to label him anything, I'd say he's much more like a scholar than this image of a psychopathic executive pioneering some corporation or business. He's actually against the idea of a corporate dream or career and believes modern day problems and pressures are something we've slowly created for ourselves, something I do agree with, without going into detail.