May I stress this is a question purely for the ESTJs. I'm aware there are only a few of you who bother to check this forum from time to time, so your answers alone will have to suffice.
May I ask, what are your friendships like with your specific INTJs, such as the pros & cons, any significant characteristics that distinguish them from previous friendships, and form of communication and conversational topics?Annoy: those who don't question authority, those who roll over on their values, those who roll over period, people with no loyalty, no spine. People who are generally careless. People who don't look before they make a right hand turn on a red light and almost run me the fuck over... generally people who can't be assed to pay attention to rules that actually prevent them from seriously harming another human being. People who drink and drive. People who are self-entitled. People who complain too much or all the time. People who talk shit about others, particularly those that trust them/like them. People who are flighty and inconsistent.
Like: people who are straight-up, readable, honest, dependable and uncomplicated. I like people who can dig low-maintenance relationships (ie. not talking for periods of time) because I get busy and I don't like maintaining those kinds of things (that's probably more SO-last than ESTJ though...). I like people who are passionate about something, anything, and people who work to better themselves. People who have no skills, no hobbies, no favourites.... no drive to be better... super boring. My partner is an ESFP and most of my friends are S types though two of my very closest, oldest friends are INTJs.
ETA: One of the most annoying things in my life right now is people who think because I have an assertive personality, they can sit back and be told what to do during any collaborative work. Holy SHIT I hate it so much. Bring your ideas to the table, let's discuss them and make a decision on who does what TOGETHER. I hate, hate, hate people who just sit there all doe-eyed and wait to be assigned to something.
Like: Working hard for a cause bigger than oneself, taking responsibility, striving for excellence, honesty, humility, frugality.May I stress this is a question purely for the ESTJs. I'm aware there are only a few of you who bother to check this forum from time to time, so your answers alone will have to suffice.