ENTP vs INTP in social interaction

ENTP vs INTP in social interaction

Okay guys, so I know I’ve been away for over 3 years, and I suppose you shouldn’t be too surprised – that’s what ENTPs do. That said – looks like I’m back, with some new ideas to share with you, & today I want to share a quick way to distinguish ENTPs from INTPs...

Dungeons and Dragons. Just Try It.

Dungeons and Dragons. Just Try It.

Due to years and years of (admittedly funny) jokes and jabs, the classic Dungeons and Dragons has developed a hyper-nerdy stigma. And yes, while it is partially deserved, there’s so much more to it than that. It’s a hobby that can be wildly fun for ENTPs if just given...

Hobby-jumping: Steer into the skid!

Hobby-jumping: Steer into the skid!

So, I know I’ve tried 2 hobbies this week. I’ve been going on street bike rides all week, and last night around 1 o’clock, I was sitting in my desk chair with a pair of needle nose pliers, some thin wire, a wire cutter, and some tiny glass bottles from the last time I...

The Butterfly Effect or Why Your ENTP Hates Lying

The Butterfly Effect or Why Your ENTP Hates Lying

Last week I was too busy writing other stuff, and I actually wanted to tell you all about it today, but a different topic came to mind and it's so important I've decided to write about that one instead: ENTP's ideas of trust and lying. My personal trust pattern goes a...

Do ENTP ever use lists?

Do ENTP ever use lists?

One of the most common misconceptions about ENTPs is that we don’t use lists. You know, stuff like task lists. Being a huge fan of lists (and currently mastering the art of bullet journaling) I’ve been wondering if this trait of mine was characteristically non-ENTP....

The most important thing when picking a job

The most important thing when picking a job

Whenever I check out ENTP blogs and discussion boards, one of the questions that pops up a LOT is this: how do I choose the right career? Now the reason most ENTPs struggle with this question is twofold: We’re good at finding connections between seemingly unrelated...

How to provide emotional support?

How to provide emotional support?

If you’re an ENTP (or perceptive systemizer, as I used to call it) like me, your average ‘support’ conversation might go something like this: Friend (co-worker, sibling, anyone): “My life sucks, I have a problem [describes problem] …” You: “Oh man, that sounds fucked...

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I like hand drums, good food, dogs, and a weird variety of musics. I speak French and Esperanto for fun, and study languages however I can. Mi parolas ĉar alias mondon estas ebla. (I speak because another world is possible)