If you know someone who has the ENTJ personality type, then you know someone who is self-driven toward achieving success. They often have high levels of assertive energy that to them is confidence, but to others may seem like arrogance. Here is a look at the full ENTJ meaning and description.
E is for Extroverted
ENTJs love a good social gathering. Even more than that, they love being a leader in a social gathering. This personality type gains a lot of energy from their ability to direct others in being able to have a good time. If you need to have some business networking done to expand a business footprint, this is the personality type to call upon.
N is for Intuition
The abstract thinking patterns of the ENTJ help them to be able to relate to many other personality types. Add in the charismatic charm that many with this personality type have and results can be obtained quite often. Their ability to look at the abstract also makes them really good at solving puzzles and problems, though their high energy levels can also make them seem almost confrontational from time to time.
T is for Thinking
ENTJs need to have logical, objective facts available in order to make a decision. Because of this, the average ENTJ attempts to consolidate their power into one central base so they can always have facts available to evaluate. Some see this action as a desire to conquer the world, or at least a business, with their one true vision. They may be controlling in some ways, but the goal is to do so in a way that is still fair to all.
J is for Judgment
ENTJs often plan their actions in predictable ways. If they were a book, you’d know what the ending would be after reading the first chapter or two. They are their own biggest critics as well, often striving to learn something new every day so they have the skills or perspective necessary to solve the sometimes unanticipated problems that may come their way.
For the ENTJ, the goal is the most important thing. This personality type will cast everything aside until a goal is accomplished. This means they may sacrifice their own needs or request others do the same so that the long-term vision can be accomplished. One thing is for certain: if a problem needs to be solved, it is good to have at least one ENTJ on the team.