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This is a discussion on What pisses you off about ENTJs? within the ENTJ Forum - The Executives forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by jdbullet23 T I didn't really know, I spend my time actually going to school . Throne...
They scare me.
ENTJwillruletheworld know you were here?
The ENTJ I knew pissed me off because he trolled my NP friends.. >.<
I wish my ENTJ friend and INTJ friend would get along better. The ENTJ friend constantly under estimates my INTJ friend though, to a degree that it kinda upsets me and I know it upsets my INTJ friend.
My ENTJ husband pisses me off when he calls himself a "realist" and then proceeds to inform me of why my passions and dreams are "unrealistic". First off, who is he to do anything other than encourage my dreams and give me support? I do that for him. Secondly, I am not an idiot. I become passionate about things, but that doesn't mean I don't think about all of the pros and cons. When I see a problem, I try to find a solution before I give up. He should encourage that and let the world be my dream crusher if I fail.
But to give him credit, he has really been working on this, and that shows me more love than anything else. He actually cares enough to know he needs to be easier on me.
^^ I love my ENFP. She actually knows me better than I know myself sometimes... That being said, I am not a dream crusher, I am a "realist". The way I see it is if you have a dream to accomplish something then by all means make it happen, but in pursuit of that dream you must consider all of the "problems" that could come with it. If you are prepared and can predict to the best of your ability the challenges that lie ahead then you can be as prepared as possible to overcome them and SUCCEED!
Now on to the actual question of the thread, which will be hard to answer because I don't know any other ENTJ's in real life. However the president of the company I used to work for I am almost certain he was an ENTJ. While he was a very successful individual he had some flaws, one major flaw was his inability to acknowledge when his employees were doing well for the company. He was very quick to point out what you weren't doing correctly. Him and I actually got along fairly well, but in the end I resigned from that job because his views and mine didn't match. Too bad for him because I am an ENTJ and I know that there is nothing wrong with me :)
It is discouraging some other types can't see this blatantly OBVIOUS fact - when we care about them. When we don't, we just chill out while they get their dreams crashed and burnt. Watching idiots ignoring advice and screwing up, has been a source of hilarity since very old times. It is an established form of humour.