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A quick overview of the ENTP personality type.

A quick overview of the ENTP personality type.

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  • 1. Extraverted Energy Style ‣ lively, energetic, quick-witted, clever iNtuitive Cognitive Style ‣ inventive, imaginative, entrepreneurial, futuristic Thinking Values Style ‣ analytical, logical, objective, unsentimental Perceiving Life Style ‣ open-minded, adaptable, spontaneous, flexible Steve Jobs Ben FranklinAlfred Hitchcock Weird Al Yankovic Thomas Edison famous ENTPs include... In a Nutshell ENTPs are inspired innovators, motivated to find new solutions to intellectually challenging problems. They are curious and clever, and seek to comprehend the people, systems, and principles that surround them. Open-minded and unconventional, Visionaries want to analyze, understand, and influence other people. ENTPs enjoy playing with ideas and especially like to banter with others. They use their quick wit and command of language to keep the upper hand with other people, often cheerfully poking fun at their habits and eccentricities. While the ENTP enjoys challenging others, in the end they are usually happy to live and let live. They are rarely judgmental, but they may have little patience for people who can't keep up. Key Motivators ‣ Confronting challenges ‣ Imagining new possibilities ‣ Analyzing issues and ideas ‣ Finding innovative solutions Core Values ‣ Challenge ‣ Innovation ‣ Analysis ‣ Independence ©2014 by Truity Psychometrics LLC. This document is offered as a free resource. Please DON'T cut, abridge, or edit it in any way, but DO feel free to use, share, and print it in its original, complete format. For more free resources please visit www.typefinder.com. Walt Disney

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