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00:01  – Welcome to C.S. Joseph Responds.  00:03  I am your host, Chase, here to answer your questions  00:06  on any topic Jungian Analytical Psychology  00:09  or Four Sides Dynamics.  00:11  Also do not forget my lucky Stanley FatMax Xtreme  00:16  FuBar III Demolition hammer.  00:18  It’s excellent and definitely an amazing team member  00:23  for my YouTube team on a consistent basis.  00:26  It’s excellent for getting through anything.  00:30  You need to rescue somebody?  00:31  Use a demolition hammer.  00:32  You need to create a spontaneous exit for yourself,  00:35  demolition hammer.  00:36  So I mean, why not ever have a demolition hammer  00:39  in your office?  00:40  I mean, I do, so.  00:41  I figured it is definitely appropriate  00:43  to have it on the show.  00:45  So anyway, onto today’s question.  00:47  Today’s question comes from, and let’s see if I can actually  00:50  get the camera here working properly.  00:52  Kay, it comes from Quora.  00:54  And it is are ENTPs usually assertive  00:58  compared to an ENTJ?  01:00  And this is an excellent question,  01:01  especially since I am an ENTP  01:03  and I’ll be happy to discuss this thing.  01:07  And Quora wants to know CS, can you answer this question?  01:11  Yes, I can.  01:12  But let’s see how other people have answered it.  01:15  Tama Lynn, who is software, mergers and acquisitions  01:19  answered on July 2nd, 2019.  01:22  She says, quote, I would say yes,  01:25  from my anecdotal experience.  01:28  But ENTPs are not likely inclined toward leadership  01:31  as much as creation and bulldozing their individual path.  01:34  They hold firmly to their perceptions  01:36  and will be stubborn and assertive,  01:38  but apply it differently.  01:39  Both can bulldoze and be very driven,  01:42  but the ENTJ is more focused on vision  01:46  for a project, group, bottom line,  01:48  where the ENTP is more focused on doing  01:50  their thing individually.  01:52  This is absolutely my experience anecdotally  01:54  and I am curious to what others think.  01:56  From just a typing standpoint I could be totally wrong!  02:01  And yes, Tama Lynn, thank you for admitting  02:05  that you are completely and totally wrong  02:07  because yes, yes you are.  02:10  And let me tell you why.  02:13  As I adjust the camera.  02:15  So why are you wrong?  02:17  So she talks about how an ENTJ is more focused on the vision  02:22  and that’s absolutely incorrect.  02:24  ENTPs are known as the visionary types,  02:26  also known as the rogue, according to Four Sides Dynamics.  02:29  My version, or my interpretation of  02:32  Jungian Analytical Psychology,  02:34  and quite frankly, Tama Lynn is inaccurate at this point  02:39  because ENTPs are all about the vision.  02:42  It’s because of our extroverted intuition hero,  02:45  where we are aware of the greater what-if,  02:48  the greater future, unlimited possibilities,  02:51  unlimited futures, and it’s everyone’s futures,  02:54  everyone’s intentions.  02:56  Where people are going, what their future is,  02:58  it’s basically being aware of fate, right?  03:00  An ENTJ is not aware of that.  03:02  An ENTJ is all about what they want,  03:05  because of their introverted intuition parent.  03:06  Introverted intuition is a person’s passion,  03:10  it’s their desire.  03:12  Extroverted intuition is awareness  03:14  of other people’s passion.  03:16  It is where someone is able to develop  03:18  their own sense of desirability.  03:20  To make oneself desirable,  03:22  they would need extroverted intuition  03:23  because they would understand how  03:25  to make themselves desirable, right?  03:27  And this is what ENTPs do.  03:29  Whereas an ENTJ is actually more focused on themselves  03:32  as a result.  03:34  So and this is just another example of how people  03:38  and their MBTI assumptions, you know,  03:40  with the cognitive functions, et cetera,  03:42  are completely backwards.  03:43  People think the definition of introverted intuition  03:45  and extroverted intuition are like, inversed,  03:48  and they’re not, actually.  03:49  They are not inversed because introverted intuition  03:52  is what I want, whereas extroverted intuition  03:55  is what we want, right?  03:57  Our fate versus my fate, right?  04:00  Introverted intuition is my path forward,  04:03  whereas extroverted intuition is our path forward.  04:07  Extroverted intuition is aware of  04:09  all that has happened before will happen again.  04:11  It’s all about history repeating itself.  04:13  Anyone who is a historian is typically  04:16  an extroverted intuitive type.  04:18  So they’re the Si user, they use introverted sensing,  04:21  they use extroverted intuition because those two functions  04:23  are on cognitive axis.  04:25  If you wanna learn more about that,  04:26  I recommend checking out season 5 playlist  04:28  on my other YouTube channel titled C.S. Joseph.  04:31  Just search for cognitive synchronicity, et cetera.  04:34  It explains all that.  04:36  But the point is, for the sake of this question,  04:40  are ENTPs usually assertive compared to ENTJs?  04:44  Depends.  04:45  It really depends.  04:46  It’s actually, this is a very contextual question.  04:48  So the question’s context is basically,  04:52  ENTPs are very, very assertive provided they actually know  04:57  what the truth is because of their Ti parent.  04:59  Ti parent is awareness of logic and logos.  05:02  It gives them the ability to spout facts  05:05  and not necessarily beliefs.  05:06  Whereas ENTJs are primarily all about belief.  05:10  And they’re all about data.  05:11  Whereas ENTPs are about information and knowledge,  05:15  whereas ENTJs are primarily all about data  05:18  and secondarily about wisdom,  05:20  basically within their decision making.  05:22  And ENTPs are all about data, et cetera.  05:26  So, or all about information and knowledge, excuse me.  05:29  I confused myself there for a second.  05:33  Anyway, the point is ENTJs are very assertive  05:37  if other people are being disloyal to them,  05:39  if other people’s performance is going down, et cetera.  05:43  Whereas the ENTP’s not really gonna be typically assertive  05:46  in that context because as long as,  05:48  if it’s not impacting them personally and their own comfort  05:51  and their own experience, the ENTP’s really just gonna  05:54  stick to the shadows.  05:55  Because here’s the bottom line.  05:56  ENTPs are the most introverted of the extroverts.  05:59  It’s oftentimes why when ENTPs are taking these stupid  06:02  online MBTI tests, which are only one out of five accurate,  06:07  which is really pathetic if you ask me,  06:09  but I mean, it is what it is.  06:10  Just not really much you could do about it.  06:12  My own test will be out soon and it will not,  06:14  it will be insanely accurate,  06:16  whereas those tests are just absolutely terrible  06:19  and multiple choice, LOL.  06:20  My tests are not multiple choice, thank God.  06:23  But the point is, an ENTP, in that regard,  06:28  it’s about their comfort level.  06:29  Because remember, an ENTP’s very afraid of the unfamiliar.  06:33  Whereas an ENTJ is afraid of improper moral decision making.  06:37  They are afraid of coming off as greedy,  06:40  they’re afraid of being a bad person,  06:42  they go out of their way to be a good person  06:44  because they’re afraid that they’re not good enough,  06:45  that they lack worthiness in some capacity.  06:49  But when it comes to raw data, raw numbers,  06:52  pricing, performance, especially in a business situation  06:57  or anything in general, they take those things  06:59  very seriously and they don’t care how bad they feel  07:02  about something because it’s not about them anymore,  07:04  it’s about what the data says.  07:06  This is kinda like you know how you have a marriage, right?  07:09  And let’s say that in your marriage,  07:12  you’re arguing about finances, right?  07:14  Well, what you do in that situation  07:16  is you create a budget that both of you agree,  07:19  and it’s not the other person’s fault,  07:20  it’s the budget’s fault.  07:21  This is literally how ENTJs approach things  07:23  because it’s like, no it’s not my fault, the data!  07:26  The data is the problem.  07:28  We need to fix the statistics here.  07:30  ENTPs don’t do that.  07:31  ENTPs are like, okay, well, what am I doing right now?  07:35  Versus the ENTJ which is like,  07:37  well what are we doing right now?  07:39  And the ENTJ’s all about what are we doing  07:40  and what do I want?  07:41  The ENTP’s like, well what do we want  07:43  versus what am I doing?  07:45  Tell me what I should do, as a result.  07:48  So an ENTP will become assertive  07:51  basically when they’re uncomfortable.  07:54  The reason why is because they have a fear of the unknown.  07:57  ENTPs are afraid of the unfamiliar, basically  08:01  and the reason why is because any time  08:03  they’re confronted with the unfamiliar,  08:05  they have to get to a point  08:06  where they have to familiarize themselves  08:09  and they have to, doing a new task or something like that,  08:12  it’s all about getting to a point where  08:15  they create new habits.  08:17  Whereas ENTJs don’t need to create a new habit,  08:19  they could just execute on it.  08:21  Also another huge difference between ENTPs and ENTJs  08:24  is that ENTPs are very movement, very progression oriented.  08:28  They’ll make multiple attempts at doing something  08:32  but with no planning, basically,  08:33  and it’s a learn as you go process.  08:35  An ENTJ however will only make one attempt  08:37  but they’ll put a whole bunch of planning  08:40  into that one attempt to get the best desired outcome.  08:43  That’s why they’re outcome focused.  08:45  That’s another difference.  08:46  It’s really only if any of these things threaten,  08:49  if they threaten their insecurities  08:51  such as fear of the unfamiliar.  08:53  If they’re having something unfamiliar,  08:54  I mean the ENTPs can be pretty assertive about that.  08:56  If the ENTP knows what they’re talking about,  08:58  they’re gonna be really assertive about that,  09:01  whereas the ENTJ is if the data looks wrong,  09:04  if their freedom of choice is being taken away,  09:06  if other people are performing badly  09:08  or if their performance is badly,  09:09  if they’re being forced against their will to perform badly  09:12  and they end up looking bad,  09:14  then they’re going to be assertive.  09:15  So quite frankly, the answer to this question  09:17  really is are ENTPs usually assertive  09:20  compared to an ENTJ?  09:22  Yes, technically.  09:24  Asterisk.  09:26  It’s basically like yeah, everyone is assertive,  09:30  it’s just why are they assertive?  09:32  That’s basically the reason, so.  09:34  Anyway, folks, I hope you enjoyed this video.  09:37  If you like what you see here,  09:38  please subscribe to the channel, leave a comment below,  09:40  ask any questions about these types.  09:41  I’ll be happy to answer your questions.  09:42  I literally read every comment.  09:44  Please leave a like while you’re at it  09:46  and otherwise, thank you for watching  09:48  and I’ll see you guys tonight.  

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