ENTPs are creative and enthusiastic, always involved in a variety of projects. Their curious nature is due to their strong intuitive preference, which makes them see life as brimming with possibilities. Because they lean toward theoretical reasoning, they’re full of untried ideas. Their ideal workplace is filled with like-minded colleagues solving complex problems. They like careers that focus on change, competency, and risk-taking.
When projects aren’t going the way ENTPs think they should, they are clever at persuading co-workers of their point of view and talking them into their solutions. Because they’re so persuasive, they can be manipulative and take advantage of other, less quick-thinking folks.
ENTPs resist outmoded bureaucratic structures. They need freedom to act in whatever direction their impulses take them. They’re natural entrepreneurs. Jobs based on routines and standard operating procedures frustrate them.