personality types are often described as a great love match. They have a wide range of personality traits in common and that makes them really fascinating people to know, talk to and work with. When you put these two types together, something really interesting happens. They bring out the best in each other’s intellectual, logical and adventurous personalities, creating a dynamic and challenging combination where sparks fly.
ENTJs are notoriously decisive, direct, individualistic and driven. That doesn’t change just because they’re working in teams.
An ENTJ will always naturally take the lead in a team setting, even if they’re not the ones technically in charge. They can’t help but put themselves at the front of the pack, and they’re most engaged when they have the power to direct their team and be a key decision-maker.
On the flip side, they’re not the best at deferring to other people. This is where ENTJs can quickly get frustrated.
Navigating doubt is something that everyone has to go through at some point in their lives. For some of us, doubt is easier to overcome than for others. One thing’s for sure, doubt can be unsettling and even debilitating if you let it take over.
If you’re an
, doubt can be especially difficult to deal with. You’re used to being self-confident and driven, and suddenly you’re faced with confusion and a fog of uncertainty.
When it comes to
, ENTJs have to be one of the most single-minded and rigid of them all. This personality type has strong opinions about a lot of things and saying the wrong thing can quickly turn them against you.
If you’re chatting to an
, bear in mind that they’re listening to everything you say and secretly making judgments about your character. Overly emotional, needy or authoritative chat is the fastest way to lose them as a friend, date, or employee.
Judging personality types have so many strengths, but one of our greatest is the ability to thrive in a structured routine. Judgers are amazing helpers when you need someone to line up all of the details. We’re great at laying down a game plan for a vacation, organizing someone’s space, and serving as personal financial advisors. So what happens when a detail-oriented, structured being like yourself finds there is no structure?
It’s not unusual for
to find it hard to handle their emotions. We’re the personality type that prefers to squash our emotions and ignore them as much as possible. Life is less complicated when you can take out the emotion, right?
The problem is, to build healthy relationships, you need to learn how to deal with your emotions and let them show from time to time. If you ignore them for too long, you risk jumping straight to anger next time you feel any negative emotion bubbling to the surface.
Over the past year, we’ve all had our unique experiences of adapting to life in a time of pandemic. With lockdowns and
work from home
mandates, many of us were forced to endure months of near-solitude, and saw our daily routines disrupted. While some saw these restrictions as an opportunity for slowing down, others
struggled with the lack of social interaction
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