INFJs and ENTPs are very different; though they each have Intuitive personalities, preferring to think conceptually and solve complex problems, INFJs are introverted, empathetic, and organized, while ENTPs prefer to express themselves logically, spend time around people, and avoid strict schedules.
INFJs need to express themselves more rationally around ENTPs, avoiding overly emotional phrasings.
ENTPs should practice being more empathetic toward INFJs, allowing them to take space to be alone when needed.
INFJs usually have a difficult time addressing conflict. ENTPs should be understanding and patient, giving INFJs the space and support to feel safe to express themselves. INFJs should work to be more direct and honest about their perspective around ENTPs.
INFJs are likely to trust ENTPs who show empathy and can follow through on set commitments.
ENTPs will grow to trust INFJs who learn to be more direct and can offer ENTPs the freedom to be spontaneous.
INFJs bring organization and conscientiousness to a work environment. INFJs can help ENTPs achieve their professional goals and consider the impact their decisions may have on others.
ENTPs offer balanced thinking and adaptability to a workplace. They can teach INFJs how to clearly and openly express their thoughts around others.
Because they like to follow schedules and plans, INFJs may have a difficult time adapting to change. ENTPs are naturally gifted at processing new situations, however, and can help INFJs learn to embrace the positives aspects of the experience. Once INFJs can reorient their thinking, they are likely to adjust well.
INFJ and ENTP types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
INFJs should avoid pushing ENTPs into following a rigid schedule, while ENTPs should offer INFJs space to be alone and recharge.
INFJ and ENTP types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
INFJs can help motivate ENTPs by encouraging them to pursue new possibilities, while ENTPs can encourage INFJs by honoring commitments that they make and allowing them to be vulnerable.
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