Lolll u must hate ENTPs!This is sort of case-by-case.
INTPs: Can work alongside, wouldn't date, fine as friends but a little too self-centred
ENTPs: Imagine all of the above with Bart Simpson
INFPs: Can work alongside if they tame their emo, have dated but they're too focused on their own feels, amazing friends
ENFPs: The ones I know are funemployed, open-relationship? Fantastic friends
ISFPs: Couldn't work with one, just no. Dated one, it was... intense. Could not find two more intensely different people.
ESFPs: Would consider working with one in a fun environment, easy-going friends, couldn't date one.
ISTP: Can work with them if we're independent of one-another, quite like them as friends, am in a relationship with one.
ESTPs: Really effective in a team, ran a company with one and it was like Wolf of Wall Street. Friends... kind of. With the ones I know I'd trust them about as far as I can throw them, but we get along really well on a surface level. Wouldn't date one. They talk too much.
The lack of organisation can frustrate me, but it's my strength and I don't mind managing other people. Perceiving in itself isn't necessarily a bad thing, my ISTP is really organised when he needs to be, but I look at other types and don't know how they make it through a single day, let alone their entire life bumping into things and being directionless.
You're an ENTP, find a nice INFJ who will subtly direct you.