ENTJ Personality Type Profile | Personality Junkie (2023)

ENTJ Personality Type Profile | Personality Junkie (1)

By Dr. A.J. Drenth

ENTJs are born leaders. They are direct, assertive, and uninhibited. They can become frustrated and impatient when things don’t unfold according to their expected plan or time frame, evoking notions of the “Type-A” personality. In the presence of ENTJs, others may feel they are somehow being hurried or rushed, that the ENTJ wants them to “cut to the chase.”

Like the ESTJ, ENTJs are firm, direct, and outwardly opinionated. At times, they may be seen as harsh, blunt, or insensitive. Despite outer confidence and imposing presence, they are, on the whole, no more inwardly secure nor sure of themselves than other types. In fact, because their inner Judging function (Fi) is inferior, they may feel they have relatively little inner control. Finding inner control elusive, they naturally turn their focus outwardly, hoping that achieving outer order and control will bring them inner calm and security. Of course, controlling the outside world is rarely an easy task, contributing to ENTJs’ propensity for restlessness and hypervigilance.

Unlike the ENFJ, ENTJs don’t enjoy ready access to the interpersonal benefits conferred by Extraverted Feeling. Instead, they rely on their sense of humor, fueled by their auxiliary function, Introverted Intuition (Ni), to ingratiate themselves to others. ENTJs can be great showmen and storytellers. Undeterred by conflict or controversy (they actually like being seen as edgy or provocative), they like to push the envelope, which at times can leave others feeling hurt or offended.

While ENTJs can be quite funny when the time is right, they are, on the whole, quite serious in their approach to life. Their dominant function, Extraverted Thinking (Te), confers a strong work orientation. As we will shortly explore in greater depth, Te seeks to impose order, rationality, and efficiency on the world and its operations. Therefore, like the INTJ, ENTJs are often drawn to science, or can at least appreciate the value of its standardized methods.

One of the hallmarks of Te is its need for everything to be clearly defined, measurable, and quantifiable. This, in combination with their love for strategy and competition, can make ENTJs formidable strategists and executives. ENTJs are commonly found among CEOs heading for-profit companies.

Wealth and social status can also be motivating factors for ENTJs. This can be seen as deriving, at least in part, from their tertiary function, Extraverted Sensing (Se). Despite their status as Intuitives, ENTJs love worldly things. They are not opposed to luxury housing or extravagant vacations, just as long as these things are written into the Te budget. So while ENTJs certainly like to work hard, they can also play hard.

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While we will soon discuss each of the above functions in greater depth, for now, we will turn our attention to ENTJs’ personality type development. As is true for all types, ENTJs’ type development consists of three phases. These phases roughly correspond to the ordering of the functional stack, with Te being the first function to blossom, Ni the second, on so on. But as we will see, the inferior function is sort of a special case, commanding ENTJs’ attention at an earlier phase than might otherwise be expected.

Phase I (Youth-Early 20s)

This phase is characterized by the emergence and differentiation of ENTJs’ dominant function, Extraverted Thinking (Te). Even early in life, ENTJs are goal-oriented. They are ambitious and seek success in whatever they put their mind to. Taking their goals and responsibilities seriously, they typically do well in school and aren’t afraid to assume leadership roles.

During this phase, ENTJs can seem particularly inflexible and opinionated. They are quick to make judgments and draw conclusions about the world. Since their Extraverted Thinking (Te) judgments are not yet being tempered by their auxiliary and tertiary Perceiving functions, they are especially prone to jump to conclusions.

Phase I ENTJs differ markedly from Phase I INTJs. Since INTJs dominant function (Ni) is a Perceiving function, they tend to be more passive and take life less seriously than ENTJs. In Phase I, INTJs are more concerned with ingesting and digesting the world (Ni), while ENTJs are already focused on shaping and manipulating it (Te).

Phase II (Late Teens-30s)

Once their dominant Te reaches a certain threshold of strength and dominance, ENTJs’ inferior function, Introverted Feeling (Fi), enters the picture and begins to play a more influential role. This can be confusing because Fi is not next in line in their functional stack. Its undue influence derives from its bipolar relationship with ENTJs’ dominant Extraverted Thinking (Te). Unfortunately, the influence of their Te peaks in Phase II of type development, which happens to be the same time they are making life-altering decisions about their careers and relationships. ENTJs’ Te-Fi tug-of-war will be elucidated later in this profile.

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In addition to the increasing presence and influence of their Fi, Phase II ENTJs are also developing their auxiliary function, Introverted Intuition (Ni). As they encounter complex problems and situations that call for greater patience and reflection, they turn to their Ni for assistance. In doing so, they work to better see and incorporate the bigger picture (Ni) into their Te Judging process. As they develop their ability to assume different perspectives and to grasp the bigger picture, they become somewhat slower to judge and display more discernment and foresight in their decisions.

Phase II ENTJs may also begin to differentiate and incorporate their tertiary function, Extraverted Sensing (Se). For ENTJs, Se represents a further relaxing and opening of their judgments. It helps them loosen their grip on life, tempering their need for constant outer control (Fe).

Phase III (30s, 40s, & Beyond)

If all goes well and they are fortunate enough to enter Phase III, ENTJs become increasingly aware of the insidious ways of their inferior Fi. As they become more aware of their inferior and learn to function more healthily as ENTJs, they experience greater balance between their Te and Fi, as well as an increasing sense of peace and wholeness.

ENTJs’ Dominant Function: Extraverted Thinking

Extraverted Thinking (Te) serves as ENTJs’ dominant and most preferred function. It undergirds their tendency to quickly express their judgments and opinions, to literally think (i.e., make judgments, conclusions, decisions, etc.) aloud. ENTJs speak before they listen, Judge before they Perceive. This can be both a strength and a weakness. On the one hand, it can make them strong and courageous leaders, while on the other, it can contribute to their being abrasive or controlling. It can also dispose ENTJs to advancing premature judgments and assertions. They may say things that, in retrospect, they would prefer to rescind, soften, or further qualify.

As mentioned earlier, Te strives to impose order and rationality on external world. It is quantitative in nature, pushing for objective standards and measurable goals. Rarely vague or ambiguous, it insists on clearly defined policies, plans, and procedure. Although their auxiliary Ni may contribute some degree of openness, ENTJs still expect things to be done according to their Te plans and guidelines. After all, if too much leeway is granted, they feel the system will not function at their desired level of rationality and efficiency.

Te also contributes to ENTJs’ work-orientation. As T-dominants, ENTJs are generally more serious and focused than they are relaxed or receptive. Even on days when they have no external obligations, they are quick to get to work on something. Like other types with a dominant Judging function, ENTJs are not good at relaxing and doing nothing.

ENTJs’ Auxiliary Function: Introverted Intuition

Like other Intuitives, ENTJs are future-oriented, always striving for something more. They are forward thinking and change-oriented, getting bored or restless when things seem too repetitive, straightforward, or mundane.

Instead of thinking of their Ni in terms of “intuition,” which can sometimes have a feminine connotation, ENTJs may use terms like “instincts” or “going with their gut.” Unlike Ne, which tends to generate more options than it does firm solutions, Ni confers a higher level of convergence and singularity. Hence, ENTJs, as well as other NJs, often feel confident that their Ni answers or insights are trustworthy and reliable.

Like INTJs, ENTJs are not only are they blessed with the ability to isolate and analyze specifics (Te), but can also maintain a clear vision of the whole system (Ni), including its hierarchical structure and the interrelations of its constituent parts. Their proficiency with seeing both the big picture (Ni) and its specifics (Te) makes ENTJs masters of strategy, analysis, and planning.

Not only does a well-developed Ni make ENTJs better visionaries, but it can also temper their propensity to jump to premature conclusions. ENTJs can use their Ni to explore alternative perspectives and avoid the tunnel vision that may result from exclusive use of Te. Using and developing their Ni represents an important part of their personal growth, helping to ensure that their Te judgments are rooted in a broader, more comprehensive understanding.

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ENTJs’ Tertiary Function: Extraverted Sensing

Extraverted Sensing (Se) is a sensual, instinctual, and appetitive function. Se types seek out novel sensations, physical thrills, and material comforts.

ENTJs can have a certain worldliness about them, enjoying novel sensations, experiences, and material acquisitions. They can be particular about the quality, appearance, and status of their homes and possessions. Like other NJs, they can be captivated by the finer things in life, including the allure and status of affluent lifestyles.

With that said, the fact remains that ENTJs are dominant Judgers, meaning that their Te work generally takes precedence over any Se concerns. So while ENTJs can enjoy Se goods and experiences, they may be slow to make time for them in their T-oriented schedule.

ENTJs’ Inferior Function: Introverted Feeling

For those unfamiliar with the powerful influence of the inferior function on personality, as well as common strategies for dealing with it, I encourage you to explore my post, Understanding the Inferior Function.

As is true of other types, ENTJs can be blinded to the degree to which their inferior function impacts their decisions and behavior. Without adequate awareness of their inferior, they will continue to feel incomplete and be prone to unwise decision-making in their lifestyle, careers, and relationships. Consequently, ENTJs seeking self-knowledge and personal growth must work to understand the ways their inferior function, Introverted Feeling (Fi), manifests in their personality.

Fi involves an inner focus on personal feelings, tastes, and values. Of all types, IFPs are the most “self-focused” (in a neutral sense) with respect to their concern for exploring and managing their personal values and emotions. ENTJs, for whom Fi is inferior and largely unconscious, do not enjoy ready access to their personal feelings and values. As for other dominant Thinking types, emotions can be slippery and elusive for ENTJs. Therefore, in situations where a “socially appropriate” emotional response is warranted, ENTJs can feel quite uncomfortable, since their emotional experience is often relatively weak. They may then resort to using their Te to offer condolences, etc., which can sound a bit mechanical, terse, or otherwise inadequate in emotional situations. ENTJs may also develop strategies for repairing a bad situation, allowing them to escape the awkward task of emotionally supporting or connecting with others.

Fi is also concerned with the development of a system of personalized values and judgments, independent of societal conventions. This inner value system and personalized worldview grants IFPs a strong sense of inner confidence and control. ENTJs, by contrast, do not enjoy the same degree of inner confidence because of the inferior nature of their Fi. To compensate, they focus on managing and controlling the outside world. They instinctively sense that the best way of controlling themselves is through controlling their surroundings. This is precisely the opposite of the IFP approach. IFPs feel relatively powerless in their ability to control the outside world (Te) and respond by focusing on the one thing they can control—themselves (Fi).

With that being said, it would be wrong to assume that ENTJs’ Fi is powerless or lacking in influence. While they may feel they experience relatively little conscious control over their Fi, it can still exert its influence through less conscious means. As I have written elsewhere, the inferior function can play a prominent role in informing and orienting the dominant function, influencing its values and objectives.

More specifically, ENTJs’ Fi might compel them to work toward a cause that has personally affected them. For instance, an ENTJ whose parent died of a rare disease may decide to become a physician or medical researcher. Their Fi might also lead them to place greater importance on the role of children and family in their lives than one might expect from a dominant Thinking type. This is not to say, however, that it is a good thing for ENTJs to be ruled or overtaken by their Fi. To the contrary, ENTJs, not to mention society as a whole, are better served when they engage in work that capitalizes on their Te-Ni strengths.

It is also critical that ENTJs consider how they are using their Te. Like other dominant Judgers, ENTJs can be prone to a sense of urgency when it comes to making decisions or finishing tasks. This sense of urgency can lead to premature and erroneous judgments, lower quality work, and obsessive sorts of behavior. For instance, ENTJs may have in mind for what they want to accomplish on a given day, only to discover the project to be much larger than they originally conjectured. But since larger task poses a larger challenge, they may “take the bait” and see if they can still manage to finish it. One of the problems with doing so is it locks them into Judging mode, as any deviation into Perceiving would likely prevent them from achieving their goal in the specified time frame. It might also lead them to shut out other people, who are then viewed as intrusions or impediments to their objectives.

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To function more healthily, ENTJs need to ensure they are spending adequate time Perceiving rather than racing to finish things. While acknowledging their desire to reach a point of closure, ENTJs can benefit from remaining open to alternatives, realizing that Perceiving infuses their life with texture and richness. It allows them to live more organically, rather than always clinging to a preset agenda. This is not to say that ENTJs should stop being ENTJs and transform into ENTPs, but involves finding the right balance between Judging and Perceiving.

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FAQs

Why are ENTJs so rich? ›

ENTJ's make the most on average because they are driven to leadership and are in positions of higher income potential. They are good networkers and are able to find opportunities through relationships.

How does an ENTJ flirt? ›

If an ENTJ likes you, chances are they'll try to capture you with their dry wit and playful teasing. Winks, intelligent humor, and even silly plays on words will show up as they try to make you giggle.

What personality type is ENTJ attracted to? ›

Although two well-developed individuals of any type can enjoy a healthy relationship, ENTJ's natural partner is the INTP, or the ISTP. AN ENTJ's dominant function of Extraverted Thinking is best-matched with a personality type that is dominanted by Introverted Thinking.

Is ENTJ the rarest personality type? ›

The ENTJ – The Rarest MBTI Type

Making up a mere 1.8% of the population, ENTJs are the rarest of all the 16 personality types. However, these types don't usually mind being rare – in fact, they tend to like it!

Are ENTJs the smartest? ›

ENTJ. ENTJs have this dominant ability of extroverted thinking, which puts them on the list of "most intelligent," according to Robledo.

What do ENTJs crave? ›

ENTJ personalities are dedicated workers who crave success in their careers. They are ambitious and have a strong desire to achieve power and influence. ENTJs love being in positions that allow them to make decisions and put plans into action.

What do ENTJ find attractive? ›

ENTJs are often attracted to confidence, someone who is capable of holding themselves with an inner strength and sense of pride. They are drawn to these types of people who stand proud without having to flaunt this or be obnoxious about it.

What do ENTJ dislikes? ›

The ENTJ type is known for being dominant and verbally aggressive so they don't get on well with oversensitive people. ENTJs hate the idea of getting into trouble because of something they said without thinking. For ENTJs, having to be sensitive to the egos of others can be a major struggle.

What are ENTJ girlfriends like? ›

ENTJ females tend to be charismatic, motivated leaders. They are likely to enjoy routine while remaining open to new ideas. They tend to enjoy taking charge of a situation and offering their honest opinion. They may have a hard time being emotionally vulnerable and can, at times, be a bit blunt.

Who will marry ENTJ? ›

From the MBTI perspective, the best match for ENTJs is deemed to be INTP. This personality is the most likely to respond to ENTJs' need for intellectual advancement and growth. Plus, INTP would gladly allow their ENTJ partner to lead and direct.

Do ENTJs have crushes? ›

Due to Te-Se, ENTJs are usually proactive in pursuing a crush. It is important to consider whether the crush was expected or wanted. If ENTJs feel blindsided by the feelings, they may need a moment to get in touch with Ni-Fi and figure out what they really want.

Are ENTJ females rare? ›

ENTJ is one of the least common types in the population, and the rarest type among women (with INTJ). ENTJs make up: 2% of the general population.

Is ENTJ a powerful person? ›

Interesting facts about ENTJs

ENTJs are truly unique individuals with very strong personalities which may, at times, seem contradictory. They're often both personable and goal oriented; both inspired by others and highly analytical.

Are ENTJ powerful? ›

They are leaders in the best sense, using their energy and charisma to inspire and motivate others. People often choose ENTJs be their leaders, and this allows ENTJs to achieve ambitious plans they could never achieve on their own.

Are ENTJs good with money? ›

ENTJs are excellent with money, frank and decisive, and they enjoy sharing their knowledge with others. They are good at goal-setting, are clear communicators and have excellent leadership skills. These qualities make them natural managers and executives.

Do ENTJs get bored easily? ›

ENTJs have a strong need to be constantly learning and challenging themselves. They thrive when they are continuously working towards higher levels of competency, and are easily bored by assignments or tasks that they have mastered.

Are ENTJ emotionally intelligent? ›

The ENTJ. Emotionally intelligent ENTJs seek out strategies and frameworks for understanding people and interacting with them effectively. They use communication as a tool and know that empathy is a vital part of effective communication.

What ENTJ fears? ›

ENTJs are driven by achievement and thrive on being their own bosses. They hate feeling trapped, controlled, or micro-managed. The idea of being physically trapped was a major fear of many ENTJs, while others hated the idea of being emotionally trapped in a bad relationship or in a workplace they can't stand.

What is ENTJ love language? ›

ENTJs often favor Words of Affirmation as their main love language. They enjoy hearing their partner's sincere thoughts and feelings, and will truly appreciate this expression. They don't want to hear fake and over emotional words, but simply want to hear well thought out and honest statements.

What gifts do ENTJ like? ›

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  • Take them to their favorite restaurant. They'll enjoy the quality time with you, and they'll appreciate that you deferred to their taste.
  • Go with something homemade. ...
  • Choose quality over quantity.

What are ENTJs like in bed? ›

ENTJs are intense and adventurous in the bedroom. They aren't averse to casual sex but they enjoy sex more when it's with someone they share a deep connection with. ENTJs have a dominant and somewhat aggressive energy and this usually translates to the bedroom.

Are ENTJs hard to date? ›

ENTJs have a difficult time with relationships. This is because ENTJs have very high standards for their relationships. As a result, love for them can be a bit more complicated than it is for others. ENTJs tend to have a list of must-haves for a partner and conduct their first dates more like an interview.

How do you win ENTJ heart? ›

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  1. “As a friend, be consistent and just be who you are. ...
  2. “Show confidence in who you are. ...
  3. “Be smart, interesting and honest. ...
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  5. “Don't take yourself too seriously and be friendly. ...
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Do ENTJ like to argue? ›

ENTJs and ESTJs are most likely to argue when someone or something is making a process ineffective or inefficient. They also will argue in defense of a belief or desire that's important to them.

Can ENTJ be lonely? ›

The ENTJ and Loneliness

They are more action-oriented than talk-oriented so they may come across as less chatty and social than other extroverts. At the same time, they enjoy friendships and camaraderie and will feel lonely if they don't have anyone to share their plans, ideas, and prospects with.

Do ENTJs like physical affection? ›

#4 – Physical Affection and Attraction

When it comes to love languages, physical affection ranks very highly for ENTJs. ENTJs aren't generally the most affectionate people with acquaintances, but when it comes to their spouses and partners they like a lot of intimacy.

Can ENTJ be emotional? ›

ENTJs tend to keep their emotions to themselves, which may lead them to unhealthily bottle up their feelings. They should work to understand the value in sharing how they feel, especially with close friends and family. ENTJs may feel drained if others fail to take action when it's needed.

Who is ENTJ least compatible with? ›

Compatibility Rating: Low

The INFJ wants to earn the ENTJs recognition and praise, but the ENTJ constantly underestimates the INFJ. In the INFJ's attempts to prove themselves, the ENTJ finds faults and feels the need to correct them. Over time, tensions and stress develop as one person always feels watched and judged.

Do ENTJ fall in love easily? ›

Far from being robotic and unfeeling, ENTJs can fall in love incredibly deeply. An ENTJ in a relationship might not profess their devotion on a daily basis, but they will demonstrate their love through small, meaningful gestures.

Do ENTJs break rules? ›

ENTJs are incredibly self-confident to the point of being intimidating to even the most confident types. The area ENTJs waver is when they find themselves breaking lots of rules. It's often unclear if it's normal to break the rules or dysfunctional.

What is the opposite of ENTJ? ›

They have strong people skills and enjoy interacting with others, but they are not necessarily attuned to their own emotions or the emotions of their loved on. ENTJs are sometimes referred to as “the Commander” or “the CEO.” ISFP is the opposite personality type of ENTJ.

Are ENTJ good at studying? ›

ENTJs are easily receptive to learning material when it is presented in a theoretical form, and new information flows logically from information given earlier. This type has a comprehensive understanding of new material and immediately grasps how it can be applied in various ways.

Are ENTJ good intuition? ›

Auxiliary: Introverted Intuition

ENTJs are forward-thinking and are not afraid of change. They trust their instincts, although they tend to regret jumping to conclusions so quickly.

Can ENTJs be obsessive? ›

ENTJ. ENTJs are driven and hardworking people, who focus on getting things done. ENTJs can be unusually obsessive, especially when it comes to efficiency. They can become a bit obsessed with ensuring that everything is done properly, and will be frustrated with people who cannot follow instruction.

Why are ENTJ so successful? ›

ENTJ people make natural leaders, between their propensity for extroversion, their charismatic enthusiasm, and their endless supply of energy. They're easily able to get others to rally behind them by way of inspiring them with their own energy.

What Colour is ENTJ? ›

ENTJ: Red, Black, Brown, White

You are someone who strives to achieve your goals, and you're relentless in the pursuit. You like to hold some structure, but you refuse to be ignored or to blend into the background. Red is a color you're often drawn to because of its associations with power and strength.

Is ENTJ dominant? ›

ENTJs ranked as being highly dominant according to the CPI™ tool.

Are ENTJ popular? ›

About 1.8% of the population. This is at the moment from what research states the rarest MBTI of the 16 types. Among the 1.8% of these ENTJ's, the break down of females and males is 1%-1.5% males and .

How do people view ENTJ? ›

People with an ENTJ personality type tend to be charismatic, direct, and logical in their behavior. They tend to avoid displays of emotion and may be perceived as cold in certain situations. They enjoy taking charge, working to achieve goals, and encouraging growth from those around them.

How does an ENTJ show love? ›

An ENTJ in a relationship might not profess their devotion on a daily basis, but they will demonstrate their love through small, meaningful gestures. This might be a thoughtful gift, a well-timed compliment or just a hug when you need it most.

Who should ENTJ marry? ›

From the MBTI perspective, the best match for ENTJs is deemed to be INTP. This personality is the most likely to respond to ENTJs' need for intellectual advancement and growth. Plus, INTP would gladly allow their ENTJ partner to lead and direct.

What are ENTJ best at? ›

About ENTJ – 'The Commander'

They make decisions quickly, are very career-focused, and fit well into the corporate world. Since they like to be in charge—and need to be in charge to take advantage of their exceptional leadership skills—ENTJs are usually successful in the business world.

Can ENTJ be alone? ›

Though they can learn to adapt to time alone, it's important that ENTJs find an outlet for their extroversion. If they are unable to work closely with people at work, they should join a group outside of their job that allows them to connect with others. They are likely to dislike opening up emotionally with others.

Who is the soulmate of ENTJ? ›

Although two well-developed individuals of any type can enjoy a healthy relationship, ENTJ's natural partner is the INTP, or the ISTP. AN ENTJ's dominant function of Extraverted Thinking is best-matched with a personality type that is dominanted by Introverted Thinking.

How do you make an ENTJ feel loved? ›

ENTJs know how to laugh at themselves and loosen up, but in a relationship respect is key. That means being honest, listening to their ideas with an open mind, and respecting their values and goals. ENTJs are no-nonsense people who have no patience for manipulation or dishonesty.

What do ENTJ want in a relationship? ›

ENTJs tend to value romantic partners who are logical and kind above all else. Because of their analytical nature, they're likely to search for someone who can make them feel peaceful and intellectually stimulated.

What kind of woman does an ENTJ man go for? ›

Although a well-developed ENTJ can enjoy a healthy relationship with any type, it is generally thought that they are most compatible with ISTP and INTP. ISTPs and ENTJs share some essential characteristics: They are direct and honest. They are emotionally self-contained.

What hurts an ENTJ the most? ›

Most ENTJs can't think of anything worse than having to have a "difficult conversation" about "feelings." They squirm when they have to express their emotions and they hate sharing their innermost thoughts. This is not the personality type to come to when you need a shoulder to cry on.

Can ENTJ be emotionally intelligent? ›

The ENTJ. Emotionally intelligent ENTJs seek out strategies and frameworks for understanding people and interacting with them effectively. They use communication as a tool and know that empathy is a vital part of effective communication.

Do ENTJs like Travelling? ›

ENTJs like to travel with a purpose or challenge in mind.

What makes ENTJ so special? ›

ENTJs are planners. Making decisions and having a schedule or course of action planned out gives them a sense of predictability and control. They are highly rational, good at spotting problems, and excel at taking charge. These tendencies make them natural leaders who are focused on efficiently solving problems.

Can ENTJs be lazy? ›

ENTJs are very motivated people who usually want to be doing something, but that "something" can be viewed as a lazy thing (video-games, TV, etc.), and therefore could be seen as "lazy" in some ways.

Are ENTJ impatient? ›

ENTJs are born leaders. They are direct, assertive, and uninhibited. They can become frustrated and impatient when things don't unfold according to their expected plan or time frame, evoking notions of the “Type-A” personality.

Are ENTJs warm? ›

Warm-Agreeable

These ENTJs often agree, trust, and cooperate with others. At their best, they are friendly, affectionate, and bring out the warmth and sympathy in others.

Which God is ENTJ? ›

ENTJ – Zeus

He's an extremely powerful leader who rules all the other gods and maintains order and justice.

Are ENTJs good in relationships? ›

ENTJs in Love

In relationships, the ENTJ is a commanding and challenging partner. ENTJs have high expectations for themselves and for their partners, and want a mate who will put in the time and effort necessary to create a successful life together.

How do you talk to ENTJ? ›

Do's: When speaking with an ENTJ, it's important to be confident, direct, and logical. Get to the point and don't waste time with a lot of extraneous details. To gain their trust, make sure your opinions are researched and well-thought-out. Be honest.

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