ENTPs and ESTPs are both Extroverted, Thinking, Perceiving personalities, meaning that they both prefer being around people, expressing themselves logically, and pursuing new experiences. They should communicate with each other in a balanced, rational way.
ENTPs should avoid using hypotheticals around ESTPs, focusing on addressing concrete details, instead.
ESTPs should be direct with ENTPs and staying high level where possible as ENTPs generally don’t prefer details.
Both personalities should focus on expressing themselves logically. ENTPs should be considerate of ESTPs’ need to work through one issue at a time, while ESTPs should avoid getting too stuck in the details of a situation around ENTPs.
ENTPs are likely to trust ESTPs who are open-minded and work to understand the big picture. ESTPs should appreciate ENTPs’ ability to discover creative solutions.
ESTPs are likely to trust ENTPs who can focus on individual projects, when necessary; ENTPs should be grateful for ESTPs’ attention to detail.
Both ENTPs and ESTPs bring energy, objective thinking, and flexibility to a workplace. ENTPs also offer creative solutions, while ESTPs offer practical ideas. ENTPs can help ESTPs think through complex problems, while ESTPs can help ENTPs stay grounded and focus on present issues.
Due to their Perceiving trait, ENTPs and ESTPs tend to be naturally accepting of new situations. They are adaptable personalities who tend to crave unexpected experiences and appreciate positive change.
ENTP and ESTP types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ENTPs should avoid expressing themselves through hypotheticals around ESTPs, while ESTPs should avoid forcing ENTPs to focus on unnecessary details.
ENTP and ESTP types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ENTPs can help motivate ESTPs by participating in a new experience with them, while ESTPs can help motivate ENTPs by engaging in thoughtful discussion.