This is a discussion on Random Thoughts, Tangents etc! within the ENTJ Forum - The Executives forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Scoobyscoob It's either strange threads, or everyone has to accept that forum members have run out of ...
I'm so dissapointed in life right now
I found a guy on tinder who said that he knows mbti very well and he is ENTJ. It seemed like we have everything in common and he sounded amazing in every way. I was so so so excited and I am never excited about anything.
I met him today. It took less than a second to realise that he is not an ENTJ. Probably ESFP 3.
I can't stand ESFP 3s. all that bullshit...
I: So you said that you draw...?
He: Oh, I do all kind of arts.
I: ....So... Do you draw a lot?
He:..*long silence* ...I can draw.
I: So do you draw or not?
How hard can it be to answer a simple question? Well, he can probably draw as well as he understands mbti theory.
no ENTJ for me.
I didn't explain the whole situation but since this is a forum and I was ranting you could probably expect that you didn't hear the whole story.
Is there something else I could explain to you?
Other then that - seems clear enough. Interactions are more than text, it's vibe, etc.
That said any model that prescribes thinking lines can be poached and applied to a situation to help us ask the better questions or aware of more interpretations, hopefully minimizing the impact of personal bias on our solutions.
Last edited by Thomas60; 11-19-2019 at 07:24 PM.
I just wanted to say that I am surprised by the fact ENTJs are amazing listeners. Like I want to flail my arms and run around yelling, "Stop shoving ENTJs in a box!"
This is, of course, writing about a well-rounded ENTJ. I know some have come through here having struggles with ego and other things as I have read through threads. This ENTJ? Let's just say he's seen things. So I don't know if the ability to listen and the patience involved is in regards to that.
I'm just so used to people who are pushy, bossy, critical, even abusive. People claim ENTJs are that way. All I know is that I've been extremely surprised by this "true mentor" approach. Makes for the best brainstorming sessions I've ever had. The ENTJ ability to empathize with--yes, empathize with--and categorize the mess of information pouring out of my head is bar none.