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ENTP At A Glance

ENTPs lead with Extraverted Intuition (Ne) which means they are extraverted towards novel and  stimulating ideas. These types tend to be good at brainstorming and pattern recognition, and may have a  tendency to go off on tangents as they jump from one new idea to another as they are speaking. They may  come off as scatterbrained to some but they are good at generating and offering new and creative solutions  to existing problems. 

Their auxiliary function is Introverted Thinking (Ti), which compels them to work out problems deductively  inside their own head, performing mental calculations and methodically analyzing their own reasoning and  trains of thought. They are not inclined to trust what has been worked out by other people without critiquing  it themselves, and they view facts and data as tools to measure the accuracy of their own logic.  

Their tertiary function is Extraverted Feeling (Fe), which represents their growing awareness of the feelings  and values of other people. ENTPs can learn to “read the room” and to play to an audience, and can develop  a superficial knowledge of the emotions of other people, although they often lack a deeper understanding  as they are largely out of touch with their own feelings and may need outside help to get in touch with them.  With maturity, they may become more considerate of other people and of the impact of their words and  actions on those they care for. 

Their inferior function is Introverted Sensing (Si) which is their subconscious desire for a measure of  tradition and familiarity. ENTPs may feel nostalgic for elements of their childhood and may learn to  appreciate a certain amount of structure and order in their lives to keep them more grounded, and they can  come to appreciate the importance of comfort and details. 

ENTPs are the innovators, often brimming with ideas and a desire to understand the world around them.  They are quick thinkers, able to see different angles and perspectives on a situation. ENTPs are less  concerned with personal values and more focused on logical analysis and leverage their quick wit and  command of language to challenge, debate, and explore new concepts. 

They are typically energetic and resourceful, with a knack for problem-solving. ENTPs are often drawn to  entrepreneurial ventures or roles that require strategic thinking and innovation. They excel in environments  that are dynamic and ever-changing, where they can question the status quo and devise novel solutions. 

ENTPs enjoy the challenge of understanding complex systems and are often skilled at identifying  inefficiencies and proposing improvements. Their approach to life is one of curiosity and a constant search  for knowledge and understanding. 

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