Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.
“Here’s to the crazy ones…
The round pegs in the square holes.
The ones who see things differently.
They’re not fond of rules, and they have no respect for the status quo.
You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them… About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them.
Because they change things.
They push the human race forward.
While some see them as the crazy ones, we see genius:
Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
There’s pain to being an ENTP. It’s a mix of everything. You’ll fit in everywhere yet nowhere. You’re extremely arrogant yet painfully aware of all of your faults. Capable of anything yet not motivated to do a thing. Witty and charismatic but have low tolerance for people. Great with advice but…
In school, out of a class of 32 students, one would be an NT. That means that an entirely different social environment surrounds the NTs. They must live with aliens, while the SPs and the SJs are continuously surrounded by their own kind. The teachers and parents are more likely to be SPs or SJs. Thus it is not uncommon that NT children grow up feeling alone, or alienated and don’t realize just how lonely they felt until they eventually find other NTs in higher education.
|INTJ - agree with me or you're an imbecile|
|INFP - agree with me or you're hurtful|
|ESFP - agree with me or you're no fun|
|INTP - agree with me or you're sadly mistaken|
|INFJ - agree with me or you're evil|
|ISTJ - agree with me or you're impractical|
|ESTJ - agree with because I said so|
|ENTP - agree with me or you don't know anything|
|ENFP - agree with me or you're a meany|
|ENTJ - agree with me, or else!|
|ESTP - agree with me or someone else will buy the Brooklyn Bridge|
|ESFJ - agree with me or I'll start nasty rumors about you|
ENTPs are usually very direct and honest. They do not really care about being seen as sensitive or compassionate, so their honesty may be quite brutal sometimes. ENTPs say what they think and do not mince their words – furthermore, they dislike people who try to beat around the bush, especially if they are about to ask the ENTP for a favour. Consequently, ENTPs tend to be respected, but not necessarily liked – many people not only tolerate being lied to, they actually hope for and need to hear a lie in certain situations. The society tends to put feelings, sensitivities and comfort above the unpleasant truth – this is likely to frustrate many ENTPs.