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Yet another test.. The Field Marshalls

http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp



Your Type is ENTJ


Extroverted Intuitive Thinking Judging

Strength of the preferences %
22 44 11 22
Qualitative analysis of your type formula

The Field Marshalls

You are:
· slightly expressed extrovert
· moderately expressed intuitive personality
· slightly expressed thinking personality
· slightly expressed judging personality
If one word were used to capture ENTJ's style, it would be commandmant. The basic driving force and need of ENTJs is to lead, and from an early age they can be observed taking over groups. ENTJs have a strong urge to give structure wherever they are - to harness people to distant goals. Their empirical, objective, and extraverted thinking may be highly developed; if this is the case, they use classification, generalization, summarization, adduction of evidence, and demonstration with ease. They resemble the ESTJs in their tendency to establish plans for a task, enterprise, or organization, but ENTJs search more for policy and goals rather than for regulations and procedures. ENTJs are similar to INTJs except that the ENTJ places greater trust in empirical thought than in intuition; it is the ENTJs own intuitive sense of coherence, however, that augments and supports their empirical thinking.
ENTJs have a natural tendency to marshall and direct. This may be expressed with the charm and finesse of a world leader or with the insensitivity of a cult leader. The ENTJ requires little encouragement to make a plan. One ENTJ put it this way... "I make these little plans that really don't have any importance to anyone else, and then feel compelled to carry them out." While "compelled" may not describe ENTJs as a group, nevertheless the bent to plan creatively and to make those plans realiity is a common theme for NJ types.
ENTJs are often "larger than life" in describing their projects or proposals. This ability may be expressed as salesmanship, story-telling facility or stand-up comedy. In combination with the natural propensity for filibuster, our hero can make it very difficult for the customer to decline.
ENTJs are decisive. They see what needs to be done, and frequently assign roles to their fellows. Few other types can equal their ability to remain resolute in conflict, sending the valiant (and often leading the charge) into the mouth of hell. When challenged, the ENTJ may by reflex become argumentative. Alternatively (s)he may unleash an icy gaze that serves notice: the ENTJ is not one to be trifled with.
Although ENTJs are tolerant of established procedures, they can abandon any procedure when it can be shown to be indifferent to the goal it seemingly serves. Inefficiency is especially rejected by ENTJs, and repetition of error causes them to become impatient. For the ENTJ, there must always be a reason for doing anything, and people's feelings usually are not sufficient reason. When in charge of an organization, ENTJs more than any other type desire (and generally have the ability) to visualize where the organization is going and seem able to communicate that vision to others. They are the natural organizayion builders, and they cannot not lead. They find themselves in command and sometimes mystified as to how this happened.
ENTJs will usually rise to positions of responsibility and enjoy being executives. They are tireless in their devotion to their jobs and can easily block out other areas of life for the sake of work. They will be able to reduce inefficiency, ineffectiveness, and aimless confusion, being willing to dismiss employees who perpetuate such behaviors. ENTJs tend to work in organizational structure of some sort, tend to be in charge administratively, and rise to top levels of responsibility, whether in the military, business, education, or government.
ENTJs take charge of the home. When an ENTJ is present, there will be little doubt as to who is in command. Because their work is so important to them, however, they can become increasingly absent, especially if male. Male or female, ENTJs expect a great deal of their mates, who need to possess a strong personality of their own, a well developed autonomy, many and varied interests, and a healthy self-esteem. A career wife, however, may not be appealing to an ENTJ male, who is apt to view his home and family as a part of this professional background, a resource, and adjunct to his own career development.
As a parent, an ENTJ will be thoroughly in charge, and the children will know what is expected of them - and will be expected to obey. When this does not occur, an ENTJ parent is not apt to make a scene; rather, there is more likely to be a low-key, firm issuance of reprimand and taking-for-granted of immediate obedience. While both mating and parenting are roles of importance to the ENTJ, they are to some degree preempted by the ENTJ's strong career interest. The romantic dream and the quest for the ideal mate is usually not a characteristic of this type. ENTJs generally do, however, expect a home to be attractive, well-ordered, with meals served punctually and maintenance accomplished on schedule - all these in the service of the larger goal of creating a family system where children are reared to be productive and healthy and establishing a devoted, harmonious relationship between man and woman. An ENTJ male might expect his mate to be active in civic and community affairs, to be socially sophisticated, and as well-educated as he is. The ENTJ female may find it difficult to select a mate who is not overwhelmed by her strong personality and will.
"Unequivocating" expresses the resoluteness of the ENTJ's dominant function. Clarity of convictions endows these Thinkers with a knack for debate, or wanting knack, a penchant for argument. The light and heat generated by Thinking at the helm can be impressive; perhaps even overwhelming. Experience teaches many ENTJs that restraint may often be the better part of valor, lest one find oneself victorious but alone.
Famous ENTJs:
· Benny Goodman, "Big Band" leader
· General Norman Schwarzkopf
· Harrison Ford
· Steve Martin
· Whoopi Goldberg
· Sigourney Weaver
· U.S. Presidents:
o Franklin D. Roosevelt
o Richard M. Nixon
· Margaret Thatcher
· Al Gore (U.S Vice President, 1993-2001)
· Lamar Alexander (former governor, US Secretary of Education)
· Les Aspen, former U.S. Secretary of Defense
· Candace Bergen (Murphy Brown)
· Dave Letterman
· Newt Gingrich
· Patrick Stewart (Star Trek Next Generation: Jean Luc Picard)
· Robert James Waller (author: The Bridges of Madison County)
· Jim Carrey (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Mask)

Fictional ENTJs:
· Jordi LeForge (Star Trek Next Generation)

Comments

( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
kymberlynn
Mar. 7th, 2003 02:56 pm (UTC)
thats what
I got as well
twilightfenix
Mar. 7th, 2003 03:02 pm (UTC)
Re: thats what
I guess we stick together =D
amyblack
Mar. 7th, 2003 03:32 pm (UTC)
OH MY GOD... you're an ENT! *dies* XD
twilightfenix
Mar. 8th, 2003 04:55 am (UTC)
LOL!! Scary ehh?? Who would have ever guess??!! LMAO!!
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