One Idea After Another (Source)
ENTP’s are quick to see complex interrelationships between people, things, and ideas and are able to analyze these interrelationships in profound detail. The result is an in-depth understanding of the way things and relationships work, and how they can be improved.
To the ENTP, competence and intelligence are particularly prized, both in themselves and in other people.
ENTP’s are frequently described as clever, cerebrally and verbally quick, enthusiastic, outgoing, innovative, flexible, loyal and resourceful.
ENTP’s are motivated by a desire to understand and improve the world they live in. They are usually accurate in sizing up a situation.
They may have a perverse sense of humor and sometimes play devil’s advocate, which can create misunderstandings with friends, coworkers, and family.
ENTP’s are ingenious and adept at directing relationships between means and ends.
ENTP’s devise fresh, unexpected solutions to difficult problems. However, they are less interested in generating and following through with detailed plans than in generating ideas and possibilities.
In a team environment, ENTP’s are most effective in a role where they can draw on their abilities to offer deep understanding, a high degree of flexibility, and innovative solutions to problems.
The ENTP regards a comment like “it can’t be done” as a personal challenge, and, if properly motivated, will spare no effort to discover a solution.
NT – Rationalist (What does this mean?)
Check the ENTP Friendship experience.
Check the ENTP Romantic Relationships.
Check the ENTP Education Experience.
Engineer, Entrepreneur, Inventor, Lawyer, Scientist (More).
For in depth analysis check the ENTP Career Path.
Neil Patrick Harris, Amy Poehler, Leonardo Da Vinci, Sir Walter Raleigh, Theodore Roosevelt (More)
“Lord, help me follow established procedures today. On second thought, I’ll settle for a few minutes.”
E N T P = Every New Thought Propels
Dominant Jungian function: Extraverted Intuition (Ne)
The ability to recognize possibilities and patterns in real situations (What does this mean?)
Secondary Jungian function: Introverted Thinking (Ti)
The ability to categorize ideas into logical systems and frameworks (What does this mean?)