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This is a discussion on Most Common Tritypes for Each MBTI Types within the Enneagram Personality Theory Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; I would definitely include 379 for both ENTP and ENFP. 379 is pretty much Ne or Se on overdrive....

  1. #11
    Type 3w4

    I would definitely include 379 for both ENTP and ENFP.
    379 is pretty much Ne or Se on overdrive.
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  2. #12
    Type 7w8

    Quote Originally Posted by BroNerd View Post
    I would definitely include 379 for both ENTP and ENFP.
    379 is pretty much Ne or Se on overdrive.
    You mean 378. The mover-shaker is stereotypically what both Ne and Se doms strive to be. 379 is much more affiliated with Fi and Fe, imo.

    Also, not really seeing how an ESTP can be 379 and not ESFP. The list seems kind of random.

    Source: I'm a 739, ENTJ.

  3. #13
    Type 3w4

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobyscoob View Post
    You mean 378. The mover-shaker is stereotypically what both Ne and Se doms strive to be. 379 is much more affiliated with Fi and Fe, imo.

    Also, not really seeing how an ESTP can be 379 and not ESFP. The list seems kind of random.

    Source: I'm a 739, ENTJ.
    I can definitely see how 378 works for ENTP but I think that tritype would be too controlling for many Ne types to fully relate.
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  5. #14
    Type 7w8

    Quote Originally Posted by BroNerd View Post
    I can definitely see how 378 works for ENTP but I think that tritype would be too controlling for many Ne types to fully relate.
    The 378 isn't a controlling tritype. If you're thinking 378 is controlling because there's an 8 in the tritype, then I can see where you're coming from, but 8s aren't controlling by necessity. 8s become controlling if one believes they are in danger of being controlled in a way that will deprive the 8 of their freedom. Otherwise the 8 is guarded against being controlled and sensitive to it.

    I think the 378 would be entrepreneurial in the way that fits the entrepreneurial type like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, etc. Also, I suppose the old titans of industry of the industrial age like JP Morgan, Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, etc.
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  6. #15
    Type 4w5

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobyscoob View Post
    You mean 378. The mover-shaker is stereotypically what both Ne and Se doms strive to be. 379 is much more affiliated with Fi and Fe, imo.

    Also, not really seeing how an ESTP can be 379 and not ESFP. The list seems kind of random.

    Source: I'm a 739, ENTJ.
    I think it mostly depends on which type comes first.

    Core 3s with 378 are mostly EXXJ types ; 3w2 are more likely to be ENFJs, then maybe ESFJs while 3w4 coulb be ENTJs and ESTJs, but also ENTPs.

    Core 7s with 378 is the least predictable. I've seen ENTPs and ENTJs (especially with an 8 wing) the most with this combo, but ESTP could also fit the bill.

    Core 8 with 378 are EXTJ, so ENTJ and ESTJ first, then ESTPs. ENFJs maybe, but it's uncommon.


    Overall, all 378 combos are almost always extroverted and tend toward thinking rather than feeling. EXTX
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  7. #16
    Type 5w6

    Quote Originally Posted by tanstaafl28 View Post
    I'm an ENTP 5w6 So/Sx 584. I'm somewhat ambiverted. I can deal with crowds but I do like my alone time too.
    INTJ is the same
    I can deal with socializing but do require mass amounts of down time afterwards
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  8. #17
    Type 4w5

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobyscoob View Post
    The 378 isn't a controlling tritype. If you're thinking 378 is controlling because there's an 8 in the tritype, then I can see where you're coming from, but 8s aren't controlling by necessity. 8s become controlling if one believes they are in danger of being controlled in a way that will deprive the 8 of their freedom. Otherwise the 8 is guarded against being controlled and sensitive to it.

    I think the 378 would be entrepreneurial in the way that fits the entrepreneurial type like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, etc. Also, I suppose the old titans of industry of the industrial age like JP Morgan, Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, etc.
    3 + 8 tritypes are so fascinating to me. I mean, they are usually so combative, like nothing sticks to them and they have so much energy to move on toward their goal. I envy them probably because they are quite the opposite of me (479).

    If they were Pokémon, I guess they would be a dual Steel/Fighting type :P
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  9. #18
    Type 2w3

    Quote Originally Posted by Monadnock View Post
    It was sort of a shock to learn that the much-less-aggressive, much more stoically logical ENTJ 3 is just as common as the 8 because most of the MBTI literature I read only gave me the impression of the ENTJ 8, not the 3.
    The character of Cal from "The Path" strikes me as an ENTJ 3w2.

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  10. #19
    Type 7w8

    Quote Originally Posted by Karkino View Post
    I think it mostly depends on which type comes first.

    Core 3s with 378 are mostly EXXJ types ; 3w2 are more likely to be ENFJs, then maybe ESFJs while 3w4 coulb be ENTJs and ESTJs, but also ENTPs.

    Core 7s with 378 is the least predictable. I've seen ENTPs and ENTJs (especially with an 8 wing) the most with this combo, but ESTP could also fit the bill.

    Core 8 with 378 are EXTJ, so ENTJ and ESTJ first, then ESTPs. ENFJs maybe, but it's uncommon.


    Overall, all 378 combos are almost always extroverted and tend toward thinking rather than feeling. EXTX
    Yeah, I agree with your assessment on the ordering of the 378 and correlation to MBTI type.
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  11. #20
    Type 4w5

    Quote Originally Posted by tanstaafl28
    The 3 will still be aggressive, it just takes on a different form. They tend to be more competitive.
    Competition and aggression usually don't overlap. Aggression is other-focused, competition is usually self-focused, focused on doing the best job you can. Further, competition is often friendly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Karkino View Post
    3 + 8 tritypes are so fascinating to me. I mean, they are usually so combative, like nothing sticks to them and they have so much energy to move on toward their goal. I envy them probably because they are quite the opposite of me (479).
    Anyone can be energetic, a lot of it has to with how well you take care of your own health, not personality.

    Quote Originally Posted by AnneM
    The character of Cal from "The Path" strikes me as an ENTJ 3w2.
    I can see that. The way Victor Garber portrayed Thomas Andrews in Titanic comes across as ENTJ 3 to me, and one of the good guy examples also, that very well could've been the real Andrews' type.


     
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