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Today’s question comes from and let’s see if I can actually get the camera here working properly. Okay. It comes from Cora. And it is our en TPS, usually assertive compared to and en TJ.

And this is an excellent question, especially since I am an EN TP and I’ll be happy to discuss this thing. And Cora wants to know, CS, can you answer this question? Yes, I can. But let’s see how other people have answered it. Tammy Lynn, who is software mergers and acquisitions answered on July 2 2019.

She says quote, I would say yes from my anecdotal experience, but en TPS are not likely inclined toward leadership as much as creation and bulldozing their individual path. They hold firmly to their perceptions and will be stubborn and assertive, but a play it differently. Both can bold those and be very driven. But the ENT, TJ is more focused on vision for a project group bottom line, where the intp is more focused on doing their thing individually.

This is absolutely my experience, anecdotally. And I’m curious to what others think, from just a typing standpoint, I could be totally wrong. And yes, Tamlyn thank you for admitting that you are completely and totally wrong. Because yes, yes, you are.

And let me tell you why. As I adjust the camera, so why are you wrong? So she talks about how an NTJ is more more focused on the vision and that’s absolutely incorrect. NTPs are known as the visionary types, also known as the rogue according to four sides dynamics, you know, my, my version or my interpretation of union analytical psychology, and quite frankly, Tamlyn is inaccurate at this point. Because NTPs are all about the vision is because of our expert intuition hero where we are aware of the greater What if the greater future unlimited possibilities, unlimited futures, and it’s everyone’s futures, everyone’s intentions, where people are going what their future is, it’s basically being aware of fate, right? And the INTJ is not aware of that.

And the INTJ is all about what they want because they’re Introverted Intuition parent Introverted Intuition is a person’s passion, it’s their desire. Expert intuition, is awareness of other people’s passion is where someone is able to develop their own sense of desire or ability to make oneself desirable, they would need expert intuition because they would understand how to make themselves desirable, right. And this is what en teepees do, whereas an INTJ is actually more focused on themselves as a result. So this is just another example of how you know people and their MBTI assumptions, you know, what the cognitive functions, etc, are completely backwards.

People think the definition of introverted intuition and expert intuition are like inversed. And they’re not actually they are not inversed. Because it’s an intuition is what I want, whereas expert intuition is what we want, right? Our fate versus my fate, right? It’s where intuition is my path forward. Whereas expert intuition is our path forward, right.

Expert intuition is aware of all that has happened before will happen again, it’s all about history repeating itself. Anyone who is a historian is typically an extroverted intuitive type, right? So they’re an SI user. They use Introverted Sensing, they use expert intuition because those two functions are on cognitive axis. If you want to learn more about that, I recommend checking out Season Five playlist on my other YouTube channel titled CS Joseph just just searched for cognitive synchronicity, et cetera, and explains all that.

But the point is, you know, for the sake of this question, are en teepees usually assertive compared to e and t J’s depends? It really depends. It’s actually it’s actually this is a very contextual question. So the questions context is basically NTPs are very, very assertive provided they actually know what the truth is because of their ti parent tip. there is awareness of logic and logos.

It gives them the ability to spout facts, and not necessarily beliefs, whereas NT j’s are primarily all about belief. And they’re all about data. Whereas NTPs are about information and knowledge. Whereas NT j’s are primarily all about data and secondarily about wisdom, basically, within their decision making, the NTPs are all about data, etcetera.

So are all about information and knowledge, excuse me, I got confused myself there for a second. Anyway, the point is, Auntie j’s are very assertive, if other people are being disloyal to them, if if other people’s performance is going down, et cetera. Whereas the NTP is not really going to be typically assertive in that context, because as long as if it’s not impacting them personally, and their own comfort and their own experience, the NTP is really just going to stick to the shadows, because here’s the bottom line and NTPs are the most introverted of the extroverts. It’s oftentimes why when en teepees are taking these stupid online MBTI tests, which are only one out of five accurate, which is really pathetic, if you ask me, but I mean, it is what it is, you know, just not really much you could do about it, my own tests will be out soon, and it will not, it will be insanely accurate.

Whereas those tests are just absolutely terrible. I multiple choice LOL, my tests are not multiple choice, thank God. But the point is, you know, an EN TP in that regard, it’s about their comfort level, because remember an EN teepees very afraid of the unfamiliar, whereas an EN TJ is afraid of improper moral decision making, they’re afraid of coming off as greedy, they’re afraid of being a bad person, they go out of their way to be a good person, because they’re afraid that they’re not good enough that they’re that they lack worthiness in some capacity. But when it comes to raw data, raw numbers, pricing, performance, especially in a business situation, or anything in general, they take those things very seriously.

And they don’t care how bad they feel about something because it’s not about them anymore. It’s about what the data says. This is kind of like, you know, how you have a marriage. Right? And let’s say that in your marriage, you’re arguing about finances, right? Well, what you do in that situation is you create a budget that both you agree, and it’s not the other person’s fault.

It’s the budgets fault. This is literally how he and TJs approach thing because they that’s like, No, it’s not my fault. The data, the data is the problem. We need to fix the statistics here.

NTPs don’t do that. And TPS are like, you know, okay, well, what am I doing right now versus the E and TJ, which is like, well, what are we doing right now? Right? And the INTJ is about what are we doing? And what do I want to NTP is like, Well, what do we want? Versus what am I doing? Tell me what I should do, right? As a result, so an EMT P will become assertive, basically, when they’re uncomfortable. The reason why is because they have fear of the unknown. NTPs are afraid of the unfamiliar, basically.

And the reason why is because anytime they’re confronted the unfamiliar, they have to get to a point where they have to familiarize themselves and they have to like doing a new task or something like that. It’s all about getting to a point where they create new habits. Whereas Auntie J’s don’t need to create new habit, they can just execute on it. Also, another huge difference when DNTPs and E and TJ is is that en TPS are very movement, very progression oriented, they’ll make multiple attempts at doing something but with no planning, basically, and it’s a learn as you go process and the INTJ, however, only make one attempt, but they’ll put a whole bunch of planning into that one attempt to get the best desired outcome.

That’s why they’re outcome focus. That’s another difference. It’s really only if any of these things threaten, if they if they threaten their insecurities, such as fear of the unfamiliar, or having something I’m familiar, I mean, the NTPs can be pretty assertive about that if the NTP knows what they’re talking about, they’re gonna be really as assertive about that. Whereas the INTJ is, is if the data looks wrong, if their freedom of choice is being taken away, if other people are performing badly, or if their performance is badly if they’re being forced against their will to perform badly, and they end up looking bad, then they’re going to be assertive.

So quite frankly, the answer this question really is, are DNTPs usually assertive compared to an ENT? TJ? Yes, technically, asterisk. It’s basically like, yeah, that everyone is assertive. It’s just why are they assertive? That’s basically the reason so anyway, folks, I hope you enjoyed this video. If you like what you see here, please subscribe to the channel.

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