ENTPs are Extroverted, Intuitive, Thinking, and Perceiving personalities, meaning that they prefer spending time with other people, considering hypotheticals, expressing themselves logically, and finding new experiences. They should communicate in a balanced, reasonable way, addressing issues directly after getting to know one another through frequent casual conversation.
ENTPs should focus on expressing themselves logically during times of tension. ENTPs should consider one another’s viewpoints while sorting through issues thoughtfully and patiently. They need to work together to find a suitable solution that will benefit both parties.
ENTPs are likely to trust other ENTPs who share in new experiences with them and work to build personal connections. ENTPs are likely to enjoy engaging in discussion or debate with one another, which can also help them establish a solid friendship.
ENTPs are outgoing, innovative, objective, and adaptable in a workplace. ENTPs can help other ENTPs find new, creative solutions to a problem.
Due to their perceiving trait, ENTPs tend to enjoy the excitement of change. ENTPs tend to see the bright side of a new situation, making them great leaders during times of inconsistency.
ENTP types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ENTPs should give other ENTPs freedom to follow their own path and pursue unique opportunities.
ENTP types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ENTPs can help motivate other ENTPs by giving them space to work at their own pace.