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    Default ENTP Development?

    As an ENTP, I enjoy the strengths of my type while trying to eliminate the weaknesses. Any ENTP's have pointers on personal development? How have you tried to improve yourself? What challenges have you tried to face? Also, do you have any specific goals when it comes to growth and improvement?
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    One year hard labor.

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    Could you (would you) be more specific?
    "Create like a god, command like a king, work like a slave."

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    Puts things in perspective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Puts things in perspective.
    Yes, but please tell us more about what you did. You know, where and when and all that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Yes, but please tell us more about what you did. You know, where and when and all that.
    I don't do requests.

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    This comes from within. Recognizing your own faults and working to improve them.

    Maybe this site will help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I don't do requests.
    Somehow, I knew that was coming....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synarch View Post
    As an ENTP, I enjoy the strengths of my type while trying to eliminate the weaknesses.
    As an ENTP, I try to enhance the strengths of my type, and don't mind the weaknesses, as their consequences can be compensated for by my overwhelming strength.
    Any ENTP's have pointers on personal development?
    Be more arrogant. Enough of this pandering. A man's ENTP wouldn't pussy out and try to accommodate the world.

    But you better damned well make sure you deserve to be more arrogant.

    I'm saying you need to work your dick off at actually being good, so no one can say "nuh uh" when you blast your gun at the front of the bar making boasts.

    Take a lesson from an David Blaine. Get good, then try to get famous.

    How have you tried to improve yourself?
    Every minute of every day. Just not the same way like everyone else says to.
    we fukin won boys

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    Actually, the main thing for an ENTP would be to work on reigning in that crazy ADD like interest in everything. This doesn't mean to stop doing everything under the sun that interests you, but to actually work on improving your focus when you need it most. The problem with us ENxP types is that we hate having to do something because we have to. Learning how to get our life organized in terms of working on a schedule helps us get things done.

    For example, in undergrad, I basically waited for the night before the test to study for it or the night before an essay was due to do it. I graduated with a 3.8 and that was impressive, but I know that I could have done much, much better in everything if I had actually focused on doing things in advance by working with a schedule. Finally when I got into med school, I was surrounded with J types everywhere, you can't get through med school if you don't study in advance, it is just not possible, so I really had to get my crap together. After failing bad in my first block, I learned that if I don't want to be part of that super small elite group of med school drop outs, I would need to develop organizational skills. My first move, was to write a daily schedule on my arm (all of my arm in the moring), the funny thing is people would say, "yo double A, shouldn't you be in lab practicing for your practical right now, its already 12:30 and your arm says finish lunch at 12 and go to lab."

    I now use a Phone/pda for my schedule, but getting things like this down helps you take that Super ENTP awsomeness to the next level. You will still be you, just with much more achievements under your belt. As much as I can't stand my SJ family, being like them in some aspects help. I know my story was wierd, but just wanted to give you a specific example, good luck.

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