Here’s How Cutthroat You Can Be, Based On Your Personality Type

Written By Kirsten Moodie

Here’s How Cutthroat You Can Be, Based On Your Personality Type

Sometimes being a little cutthroat is a necessary business move, but to some it really isn’t something they are capable of. Here is how cutthroat you can be, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs are not often cutthroat people, and might have a hard time getting ahead in work environment that require this. They prefer to do things the right way, and won’t cross certain lines. While INFJs do have a competitive side to their personality, it is something they don’t allow to get in the way of what is important. They always push themselves to improve and be better, but won’t stomp on others in order to get there. Their competitive streak is an internal thing,

ENFJ

ENFJs are extremely competitive people, but they internalize this and do not seek cutthroat means of being the best. Instead of hurting others ENFJs would rather push themselves to become better. They are hard on themselves and are often seeking a sense of perfection. ENFJs don’t believe that they require a cutthroat attitude to succeed, which is actually very true for them. They find a way to be the best with harming others in the process.

INFP

INFPs have strong morals, which means they don’t believe in being cutthroat in order to succeed. They would rather not succeed in a situation that requires them to squish others in order to do so. INFPs are perfectly okay with not being the best, as long as they know they have done the right thing. They can definitely be competitive people, but they would rather seek out sincere methods in order to compete with others. INFPs have big hearts, and to them having to deceive in order to be the best, is just not worth it.

ENFP

ENFPs are very moral people who believe in doing the right thing. They are often very competitive but don’t believe in being cutthroat to succeed. The ENFP would rather push themselves to improve and find ways to win without harming someone else. They don’t believe it is right to be cutthroat, and won’t simply achieve their goals by any means necessary. ENFPs can become rather upset with people who have a cutthroat attitude, and won’t trust people who think it is acceptable.

 

INTJ

INTJs are moral people, but sometimes they believe in crossing certain lines in order to be successful. To some it might be considered cutthroat, but INTJs will only do things that make logical sense. If they have to be overly competitive in order to achieve something important, they won’t be afraid to push others aside. They won’t go so far that is completely harms someone, but they won’t allow their emotions to get in the way from their goals. They can be a bit ruthless when they are going after something that they believe is truly important. INTJs use facts and evidence to make choices, and don’t use emotions in these situations.

ENTJ

ENTJs can appear a bit cutthroat to others, since they don’t use emotions when it comes to business. They will do whatever it takes to achieve their goals, as long as it is business minded. For ENTJs this isn’t being cutthroat but simply being competitive and more efficient than others. They aren’t this way when it comes to their personal lives, but can be extremely competitive in their work environment. If ENTJ has to be cutthroat in order to get something done effectively, they won’t be afraid to do so.

INTP

INTPs are not cutthroat people by nature, and prefer to look for others means of succeeding. They don’t feel the need to push others aside, since they are often going on their own. They are independent people and don’t enjoy being in environments that require cutthroat behavior in over to improve. They prefer a work environment that promotes growth and creativity and enjoy carving out their own niche. INTPs possess skills that often sets them apart from others, which makes it easier for them to avoid being cutthroat.

ENTP

ENTPs are certainly competitive people, but they don’t enjoy being cutthroat. They would rather find ways to take on the challenge and simply become better than others. ENTPs enjoy experiencing new things and don’t mind having to push the boundaries a bit to achieve their goals. While ENTPs aren’t afraid of utilizing their skills to get what they want, they wouldn’t consider their actions to be cutthroat. They may be a bit manipulative when need be, but that doesn’t mean they do this maliciously.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs are extremely hardworking people, but they don’t enjoy having to be cutthroat to get ahead. For ISTJs it is more important to keep their heads down and find ways of climbing the ladder in a moral way. They aren’t fans of having to push others aside in order to succeed, and would rather do things in a more by the book process. They are intelligent and hardworking which helps the ISTJ achieve pretty much anything they set their minds to.

ESTJ

ESTJs are hardworking people who can be extremely competitive, especially in the workplace. ESTJs aren’t afraid of pushing someone aside in order to get ahead, and do this in a business focused way. For them it is important not to allow emotions to get in the way when they are working. ESTJs don’t do this in a cruel way, they simply aren’t afraid to be assertive and take control of a situation.

ISFJ

ISFJs are certainly not cutthroat people, which can be difficult in certain careers. They don’t believe in pushing others aside in order to accomplish their goals. For ISFJs it is important to be sincere and moral people, so they avoid doing things that might harm someone else. Even in a career that requires the ISFJ to be a bit cutthroat, they often fail to do this.

ESFJ

ESFJs don’t enjoy hurting people, which is why they can struggle when it comes to cutthroat work environments. The ESFJ can certainly be competitive and work to find ways to improve in their career, but they do have certain boundaries. If the ESFJ is required to be cutthroat towards someone in order to progress in their career they will likely have a hard time doing this. They may struggle with the moral implications, especially if they need the job in order to take care of their family.

 

ISTP

ISTPs are independent people who prefer to do things on their own terms. They aren’t afraid of competition but don’t enjoy having to be ruthless in order to get something done. ISTPs strive to find ways to achieve their goals without hurting others in the process. ISTPs don’t include emotions in their decisions though, and will weight their choices based on reason and facts.

ESTP

ESTPs aren’t afraid to get a little cutthroat in order to achieve their goals. When it comes to their careers ESTPs realize that sometimes they have to get extremely competitive in order to climb the ladder. They want to be successful and realize that business is not something that should be perceived as personal. For ESTPs their careers are very important and sometimes they have to get competitive in order to get where they want to be.

ISFP

ISFPs are not cutthroat people and would rather fall behind in their careers than do something that harms someone else. For ISFPs it is more important to be sincere and to live up to their own internal set of morals. They aren’t afraid of competition, they simply don’t believe in stepping on someone else in order to get where they want to be in life.

ESFP

For ESFPs being cutthroat is not necessary in order to accomplish their goals. They don’t want to step on someone else in order to climb the ladder, and would rather do things in a morally positive way. For ESFPs it is acceptable to be competitive, and they might not see certain actions as cutthroat. They take action in the moment and do what feels right for them.

 

 

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