It could be said that ENTJs and ENTPs live in different worlds. Although they may appear similar on the surface (witty, strong willed, independent), deep down they're quite different personalities, interested in different things. For starters, one obvious difference is that ENTPs have much less desire to lead people, as leading can become too big of a burden on their creativity and freedom. ENTPs are different from ENTJs because they want to be valued primarily for their uniqueness. Reasons for conflict between the two personalities The primary desire of a person with the ENTJ personality type is to be valued as someone who made useful contributions to the world by making it more efficient, resilient, honest, rich or just by getting big things done. Because extroverted thinking governs almost all their actions they may be accused of not being creative enough, or being too focused on the end results. Those accusations usually come from an ENTP whose life revolves around extrove
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