The ENTJ Personality is all about meeting challenges. The ENTJ has natural born confidence and charisma that allows them to move about the world in a way that leads to a lot of success. The ENTJ wants to make things happen, and they will usually figure out enough information to get the result they believe is right. The ENTJ loves being in the mix and being decisive. They usually have large goals and visions that others can’t see as clearly as them. The ENTJ sees where things can go, and usually develops a roadmap of steps that need completed to get there. They can be flexible, but usually they are pretty steadfast on the end result. The ENTJ can seem to be a bit commanding, and maybe intimidating, but they do not see this as a weakness. The ENTJ believes they can get their way, and usually they can outlast the opposition to make it happen. The ENTJ is also skilled in recognizing potential in others, which can help them to develop their sensitivity and people skills. They are strong communicators, but they should always be aware of ways to develop more tact and be less critical of others when they don’t live up to their very high expectations.
Enneagram Type 2 (2w1 2w3)
The Enneagram Type 2 is all about being a helper. The Enneagram Type Two wants to be needed and is great at fulfilling a role that makes them of service to the people around them. They can be driven to help others in order to be close to people. They may struggle a bit with possessiveness, but ideally they are seen as having unconditional love for others. The 2 is good at being an ideal parent. They are able to understand, listen, and encourage others to reach their full potential. They are compassionate and look for ways to help others grow. They do need to watch out for becoming too prideful and too involved in the lives of others. Autonomy is key. They need to learn how to give without expectations, and have healthy boundaries with the ones they are trying to help. The 2 has a drive where they feel they need to put others first and ahead of themselves. However, this can cause resentment and bitterness. When they are at their best, they are supportive and emotionally understanding of others, and can be just the nurturing voice that someone may need in their life. Being fully present during their acts of service can be highly rewarding for the Enneagram 2.