ENTPs are all about taking advantage of opportunities.
Their unique ability to see connections between seemingly unrelated things, their flexibility and courage to set action-oriented plans to get the results they want help them realize the potential in many areas of their life.
Being highly entrepreneurial and autonomous, ENTPs typically find a way to manage their work and life as they see fit.
Having said that, ENTPs aren’t particularly inclined to leadership (unlike ENTJ or ESTJ), probably because being a leader involves a lot of responsibility, which may restrict the ENTP’s freedom.
In general, ENTPs are known for being outgoing, enthusiastic, flexible and independent.
Their intuition (N) allows them to see the world of possibilities, while their objective thinking (T) and outward orientation (E) help convert these possibilities to ideas and plans ( ENTPs account for about 2-5 percent of the general population with most ENTPs being men.
As with ENFP career-seekers, many of ENTPs’ career-related difficulties can be attributed to their dominant function, Extraverted Intuition (Ne).
While capable of excellence in any number of careers or majors, they often find it difficult to zero-in on the right one.
Drenth The ENTP personality type is versatile and intelligent with a broad array of interests.
People with ENTP personality type are likely to challenge the rules and often ignore the established procedures.
Their worst nightmare is to work under someone who demands considerable rule following; if you want to get along with your ENTP subordinate, consider making suggestions rather than giving orders.