16 Personalities

16 Personalities

Commander Personality


What's the difference?

Assertive Commander (ENTJ-A) vs. Turbulent Commander (ENTJ-T)

Commander personality types generally think and act big. But their Identity personality traits can make a difference in how they express themselves and how they react to life, other people, and the world around them. For all their distinct and vivid common characteristics, Assertive Commanders (ENTJ-A) and Turbulent Commanders (ENTJ-T) can have some deep differences from each other.

Let’s examine how being Assertive or Turbulent affects these notably driven and expressive people.

Internal Effects

While both personality types tend to forge ahead willfully in life, one of the biggest differences between Assertive and Turbulent Commanders is how they respond inside to routine stress. Assertive Commanders are much more likely to keep their stress under control. They have an easier time moving forward in a resolute Commander way, despite the feelings and thoughts that stress brings.

93% of Assertive Commanders agree that they effectively manage the stress in their life, versus 47% of Turbulent Commanders.


It’s much more difficult for Turbulent Commanders to prevent even moderately stressful events from affecting them. However, Commanders, in general, see themselves as being on top of things and likely to rise to meet life’s challenges. So, while Turbulent members of this personality type may experience stress more acutely, it doesn’t necessarily derail their momentum in life.

It may alter their approach somewhat, though, when stress leads to negative perceptions. Turbulent Commanders are more likely to feel pessimistic following a setback, and this can affect their decision-making process. Notably, they’re more likely than their Assertive counterparts to take steps to avoid stress or seek a pause to gather themselves.

By contrast, Assertive Commanders are more likely to feel that stress helps them focus or even perform better. Both variants of this personality type can be aggressive and energetic. But in the case of Assertive individuals, stress is more likely to feed their motivation – and perhaps even increase their energy.

68% of Assertive Commanders say they perform tasks better when under stress than when they are calm, compared to 50% of Turbulent Commanders.


When it comes to broader emotions, Assertive Commanders likely have an easier time mastering their state of mind as well. The Identity characteristics that make them less vulnerable to the effects of stress can also decrease the influence of negative emotions. This is significant because Commanders tend to prize their sense of dispassionate and decisive rationality. The Assertive trait can support this personality type’s clarity of thought.

62% of Turbulent Commanders agree that negative emotions affect their ability to think clearly to a large degree, versus 38% of Assertive Commanders.


Emotional control is important to most Commanders – they value it in themselves and respect it in others. But the way that Identity affects how these personality types are influenced by emotion isn’t just about sensitivity to negative effects or feelings. It can also play a part in how strongly, freely, and readily Commanders experience and express a wide range of emotions.

For example, compared to their Assertive counterparts, Turbulent Commanders are relatively open to “softer” or more positive feelings as well.

70% of Turbulent Commanders say they keep many things in their room that hold special sentimental value for them, compared to 45% of Assertive Commanders.


But while Assertive Commanders may be less likely to connect with inner sentiments, they’re also less likely to delve into darker feelings. This benefits their self-esteem. Not only is their emotional state more stable, but it’s usually more self-forgiving. Assertive Commanders are far more likely to report that they rarely feel ashamed of themselves.

Overall, neither variant of this personality type is known for avoiding conflict or difficulty. But it’s notable that Assertive Commanders tend to have an easier time letting go of agitated thoughts or feelings that may arise from such situations. These personalities are far less likely to report that they lie awake at night thinking about the things that upset them during the day. By contrast, Turbulent Commanders often struggle to move on or relax once they have become upset.

External Effects

One of the reasons Assertive Commanders seem to have an easier time letting go might be that they aren’t as easily upset in the first place. They have the same capacity to become upset, but it’s not as likely to occur as it is for Turbulent Commanders.

An Assertive Identity offers Commanders a somewhat greater – though far from absolute – immunity to negative reactions to their experiences with people. They are far less likely than Turbulent Commanders to report being easily upset by other people.

91% of Assertive Commanders feel like they have control over their emotions, versus 59% of Turbulent Commanders.


But Turbulent Commanders’ more sensitive reactions can also have positive implications. When (or if) Commanders themselves are the source of conflict or offense, it’s the Turbulent personalities that are more likely to be bothered by their actions.

Commanders can be brusque, but Turbulent Commanders are much more likely to report that they feel anxious if they know they’ve upset someone. Accordingly, they may likewise demonstrate more concern. Assertive Commanders are less likely to feel bad if they’ve hurt someone and, consequently, aren’t as likely to take care to avoid doing so.

54% of Turbulent Commanders say they pick up most of their social cues from either the environment they’re in or other people they’re with, compared to 24% of Assertive Commanders.


Even in dynamic, focused personality types like Commanders, the Turbulent trait is usually associated with greater emotional volatility. This can affect their conscious output just as much as their reactions, but not always negatively. It can apply to positive interactions as well. For example, Turbulent Commanders are more likely to report that they enjoy openly showing affection for people they care about.

Commanders also externally express their Identity differences in ways beyond the social realm. One of the most notable contrasts between the variants is their sense – and demonstration – of confidence. Assertive Commanders are broadly possessed of greater confidence, both innately and in response to external events.

92% of Assertive Commanders rate their overall level of self-confidence as high or very high, compared to 51% of Turbulent Commanders.


This difference in confidence can have far-reaching effects in life, influencing how quickly Commanders recover from unwanted outcomes and how optimistic they are. Both personality variants tend to be bold, but Turbulent Commanders are more prone to worry and less likely to maintain their motivation in the face of difficulty.

87% of Assertive Commanders say their motivation is more likely to increase when something proves more difficult than they thought it would be, compared to 56% of Turbulent Commanders.


One manifestation of confidence is the way Commander personalities view themselves physically. Assertive Commanders are less likely to be anxious about their body image and somewhat more likely to consider themselves attractive. Moreover, their opinion of the way they look is less likely to change often.

78% of Assertive Commanders agree that they’re generally happy with the way they look, versus 45% of Turbulent Commanders.


This echoes the general theme of stability versus volatility that is seen between the two Identities, as well as relating to the specific subject of confidence in the way they look.


  • Turbulent Commanders are less likely to manage their stress effectively and tend to have a hard time letting go of things that upset them.
  • Assertive Commanders are more likely to feel that stress helps them focus and perform.
  • Negative emotions are more likely to affect Turbulent Commanders’ ability to think clearly.
  • Assertive Commanders are less likely to feel ashamed or maintain a negative self-image.
  • Turbulent Commanders are more likely to be easily upset by others and to be anxious if they upset someone else.
  • Assertive Commanders have an easier time than their Turbulent counterparts feeling self-confident and maintaining their motivation in the face of difficulty.
  • Turbulent Commanders are more likely to enjoy openly showing affection for those they care about, as well as sentimentality in general.


There are many unique ways that this powerful personality type displays the differences between Assertive and Turbulent Identity. It’s important to note that each Identity is associated with specific challenges and advantages in certain situations, but neither personality trait automatically has greater benefits. Given this, learning to leverage the best of their traits while also balancing their extremity helps Commanders lead happy and successful lives.


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Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.

Steve Jobs

People with the ENTJ personality type (Commanders) are natural-born leaders. Embodying the gifts of charisma and confidence, ENTJs project authority in a way that draws crowds together behind a common goal. However, these personalities are also characterized by an often ruthless level of rationality, using their drive, determination, and sharp mind to achieve whatever objectives they’ve set for themselves. Their intensity might sometimes rub people the wrong way, but ultimately, ENTJs take pride in both their work ethic and their impressive level of self-discipline.

💡 ENTJ personalities perceive themselves to be a strong positive influence on others.

Striving for Greatness

If there’s anything that people with this personality type love, it’s a good challenge, big or small, and they firmly believe that, given enough time and resources, they can achieve any goal. This quality makes ENTJs brilliant entrepreneurs, and their ability to think strategically and hold a long-term focus while executing each step of their plans with determination and precision makes them powerful business leaders.


This determination is often a self-fulfilling prophecy, as ENTJ personalities push their goals through with sheer willpower where others might give up and move on, and they are likely to push everyone else right along with them, achieving spectacular results in the process.

At the negotiating table, be it in a corporate environment or buying a car, ENTJs are dominant, unforgiving, and unyielding. This isn’t because they are coldhearted or vicious per se – it’s more that these personalities genuinely enjoy the challenge, the battle of wits, and the repartee that comes from this environment. If the other side can’t keep up, that’s no reason for them to fold on their own core tenet of ultimate victory.

💡 The underlying thought running through an ENTJ’s mind might be something like “I don’t care if you call me an insensitive b***d, as long as I remain an efficient b***d.”

ENTJs respect those who can match them intellectually and also display precision and quality in their actions, equal to their own. These personalities have a particular skill in recognizing the talents of others, and this helps in their team-building efforts (since no one, no matter how brilliant, can do everything alone). However, they also have a particular skill in calling out others’ failures with a chilling degree of insensitivity, and this is where they really start to run into trouble.

A Worthy Challenge

Emotional expression isn’t the strong suit of any Analyst (NT) type, but ENTJs’ distance from their emotions is especially public and felt directly by a much broader swath of people. Especially in a professional environment, these personalities may inadvertently overlook the emotional sensitivity of individuals who they perceive as inefficient or lazy. To people with this personality type, emotional displays are generally displays of weakness, and it’s easy to make enemies with this approach – ENTJs will do well to remember that they absolutely depend on having a functioning team, not just to achieve their goals but for their validation and feedback as well, something that they are, curiously, very sensitive to.

ENTJ personalities are true powerhouses, and they cultivate an image of being larger than life – and often enough they are. They need to remember, though, that their stature comes not just from their own actions but from the actions of the team that props them up. It’s important for them to recognize the contributions, talents, and needs of their support network – especially from an emotional standpoint. Even if they have to adopt a “fake it ‘til you make it” mentality, if people with the ENTJ personality type are able to combine an emotionally healthy focus alongside their many strengths, they will be rewarded with deep, satisfying relationships and all the challenging victories that they can handle.

Strengths & Weaknesses
ENTJ Strengths
  • Efficient – People with the ENTJ personality type (Commanders) see inefficiency not just as a problem in its own right but as something that pulls time and energy away from all their future goals, an elaborate sabotage consisting of irrationality and laziness. They will root out such behavior wherever they go.
  • Energetic – ENTJ personalities approach their responsibilities with vigor and drive. This is not a type to shy away from busy schedules or complex challenges. In fact, the more they are able to accomplish throughout the day, the more energized they feel, and they will happily share this infectious enthusiasm for productivity with the people around them.
  • Self-Confident – ENTJs generally make their opinions known, trust in their abilities to get things done, and believe in their capacities as leaders. They are the most likely personality type to say they feel confident facing life’s day-to-day challenges.
  • Strong-Willed – People with the ENTJ personality type don’t give up when the going gets tough. Instead, they relentlessly strive to achieve their goals. Nothing is quite as satisfying to them as accomplishing something that they’ve set their mind to.
  • Strategic Thinkers – ENTJ personalities exemplify the difference between moment-to-moment crisis management and navigating the challenges and steps of a bigger plan. They are known for examining every angle of a problem and not just resolving momentary issues but moving the whole project forward with their solutions.
  • Charismatic and Inspiring – All of the strengths listed above combine to create individuals who are able to inspire and invigorate others, and this in turn helps ENTJs to accomplish their most ambitious goals, which could never be finished alone.
ENTJ Weaknesses
  • Stubborn and Dominant – Sometimes all this confidence and willpower can go too far. ENTJ personalities are all too capable of digging in their heels, trying to win every single debate, and only pushing for their vision without considering the input of others.
  • Intolerant – “It’s my way or the highway” – People with the ENTJ personality type are notoriously unsupportive of ideas that distract from their primary goals and even more so of ideas based on emotional considerations. They won’t hesitate to make that fact clear to those around them.
  • Impatient – Some people need more time to think than others – an intolerable delay to quick-thinking ENTJ personalities. They may misinterpret contemplation as stupidity or disinterest in their haste – a terrible mistake to make.
  • Arrogant – ENTJs respect quick thoughts and firm convictions and may look down on those who don’t match up. This is a challenge for most other personality types, who are perhaps not timid in their own right but will seem so beside this sometimes overbearing type.
  • Poor Handling of Emotions – At times, ENTJ personalities can be distant from their own emotional expression and sometimes downright scornful of others’. People with this personality type often trample others’ feelings, inadvertently hurting their partners and friends, especially in emotionally charged situations.
  • Cold and Ruthless – Their obsession with efficiency and unwavering belief in the merits of rationalism, especially professionally, make ENTJs fairly insensitive in pursuing their goals, dismissing personal circumstances, sensitivities, and preferences as irrational or irrelevant.
Romantic Relationships

People with the ENTJ personality type (Commanders) tend to approach dating and relationships with a set of goals and a plan to achieve them, and they proceed to do so with impressive energy and enthusiasm. These personalities are in it to win and will gladly take leading roles in relationships from the start, assuming personal responsibility for how smoothly things go and working actively to ensure a mutually rewarding experience. Romantic relationships are a serious business, and ENTJs are in it for the long haul.

Taking the Lead

This sense of personal responsibility means that they put a lot of energy into their relationships, and they show their creativity by always having something new on the agenda to keep things interesting, especially in the dating phase. At the same time though, ENTJ personalities keep their eyes on the long term, and if they determine that a relationship is heading toward a dead end, they perhaps too easily cut their losses and move on in what will seem to their partner an abrupt end to the attention they had been receiving.


This occasional ruthlessness with personal relationships is ENTJs’ primary weakness, and if these personalities aren’t careful, they can develop quite the reputation. Sensing others’ feelings and emotions will never be a comfortable skill for them, but it is critical that they work consciously to develop it, both for their partner’s sake and for their own healthy emotional expression. If they don’t, they risk dominating and overruling their partner, and this insensitivity can easily break a relationship, especially early on.

Loving Boldly

But if all goes well in the dating phase and a future is deemed viable, people with the ENTJ personality type continue to impress with their creativity and energy. They are known to bring out the best in their partner, pushing them to achieve their dreams and aspirations. Their ambitious nature often fuels their partner’s ambitions as well, creating a power-couple dynamic.

Being extremely growth-oriented themselves, ENTJs also love to improve and evolve in their relationships. They tend to listen to and act on their partner’s criticisms, so long as they are logical ones, and they are always striving to become the best version of themselves – for both their own good and the good of their partner. It can be surprising to these personalities – and perhaps bad news for their relationship – if their partner doesn’t share this desire to grow.

That being said, people with this personality type would do well to remember that their approach is just one angle of a multifaceted spectrum of alternatives. While they may view criticism as the most efficient route (and they’re often right), they should bear in mind that their partner may be more interested in a more emotional form of support and growth, an area of self-improvement that ENTJs themselves too often avoid.

💡 As with most things, balance is key, and people with the ENTJ personality type should strive to meet their partner halfway, whatever their needs – be it through honest criticisms or steady emotional support and praise.

Mature ENTJs are able to recognize and adapt to the needs of their partner and know that even the most rational individuals still have emotional needs that must be met. Fortunately, the same logic that dismisses emotions is also able to recognize that a conciliatory attitude can be the best tool to get the job done. With their strong senses of responsibility and dedication, people with the ENTJ personality type are sure to make this effort, resulting in long-lasting, satisfying relationships.


In friendship, people with the ENTJ personality type (Commanders) seek personal growth and inspiration, and they often have a plan for how to accomplish it. Friendships of circumstance, built on things like shared routines, are not this personality type’s preferred method. ENTJs prefer to seek out individuals who share their passion for deep, meaningful discussions and who enjoy learning and development as much as they do.

It is not always easy to be friends with ENTJs, as they demand a lot from these relationships. But they pay a great deal of attention to their friendships and will work hard to make sure that they are fulfilling, inspiring, and, most of all, conduits for mutual self-improvement.

Always up for a Challenge

ENTJ friendships are built on ideas and respect. Consequently, much of what they find enjoyable is the repartee of putting thoughts forward and defending them from assault from every angle. People with the ENTJ personality type value intelligence and are highly critical. They won’t back down if they are put on the defensive – in fact, there’s no better way to earn their admiration.

💡 ENTJ personalities can sometimes come off as too dominating or impatient in friendships. However, they are usually well-intentioned, wanting only the best for their friends and for plans to run smoothly and efficiently.

Many different kinds of people can form strong friendships with these bold personalities, although more sensitive personality types might struggle from time to time if their ENTJ friend places too much emphasis on what is rational instead of trying to understand how they might be feeling. This lack of sensitivity is one of these personalities’ greatest weaknesses.

Their tendency to challenge their friends, question their conclusions, and dismiss emotional arguments as irrelevant may occasionally rub people the wrong way. However, once any problems are brought to their attention, people with the ENTJ personality type can be very curious about and open to trying to understand other people’s emotional perspectives.

Bridging the Gap

More enlightened ENTJs recognize that if there ever was an area where they could learn from others and improve themselves, it is in the realm of emotional sensitivity – to dismiss any aspect of personal growth borders on hypocrisy. Still, the bulk of their friends will likely share some passion for logical, far-reaching ideas and critical debate.

Anyone who can match ENTJs’ ability to brainstorm and theorize will find an honest and dedicated friend. Anyone who can’t or won’t, as with many more down-to-earth personality types who often question the point of such discussions, might find themselves being challenged with new ways of thinking – perhaps a situation that everyone involved can learn from.


As parents, most people with the ENTJ personality type (Commanders) are highly adept at spotting their children’s latent talents and nurturing these strengths. But they must, at times, temper their strong-willed, hyper-logical approach to life in order to make room for their children’s needs and feelings as they help them grow. This is simply to say that their relationships with children, who are typically more sensitive and less able to conduct truly rational analysis, require much more emotional tact and personal liberty than ENTJs are accustomed to giving.

But these resolute personalities are always up for a challenge. ENTJs take their roles as parents seriously and approach the task with the utmost sense of personal responsibility. Holding themselves to a higher standard than most, ENTJ parents see the success of their children as a reflection of those personal standards. They want nothing more than to see their kids grow into smart, independent people who strive to achieve their goals. Establishing specific moral values is less important to them than the cultivation of intellect and independent, rational thought.

💡 ENTJ parents persistently motivate their children to meet, and often exceed, their potential, providing them with diverse opportunities to learn and grow.

Building Emotional Tolerance

ENTJ personalities welcome differences of opinion, and this is true with their children as well. But even though they will gladly have rational, well-thought-out discussions, at the end of the day, people with this personality type expect their authority to be respected. A disagreement is no excuse for shirking established responsibilities. ENTJ parents can be uncompromising in maintaining both structure and discipline. From time to time, this strictness can be a source of tension in the household. It would benefit these parents to remember that a little flexibility can go a long way.

That said, where ENTJ parents really run into trouble is when debates with their kids devolve into emotional appeals. Their weakness with emotional tolerance makes dealing with growing children a significant challenge. These personalities should strive to strengthen this skill, as young children don’t have the words to express their needs rationally, and adolescents often don’t have the patience for it.

💡 By learning to listen to emotional expression as a valid form of communication and responding in kind, ENTJ parents can help to minimize emotional conflicts with their children and build trust.

Fostering Independence

These parents can strive to remember that a part of developing that necessary sense of independence is being able to chart one’s own destiny. Mature ENTJ personalities are able to take a deep breath and adapt their structures as their children grow. This often helps their children move beyond assigned activities and into the longer goal of becoming capable and intelligent young adults who can direct themselves.

Career Paths

It is in the world of careers that people with the ENTJ personality type (Commanders) shine. Here, their boldness and drive are truly at their best. No other personality type quite enjoys the hustle and grind of moving up the career ladder quite like they do. Their level of self-determination is unmatched. Combining their vision, intelligence, and willpower to push ideas through to completion no matter the obstacles, ENTJ personalities are a force to be reckoned with.

A Singular Vision

In the world of business, the sometimes overbearing level of self-confidence that ENTJs sometimes mishandle in their personal relationships is transformed into an admirable authority. They excel at keeping people on track and getting things done. Naturally, the careers that these driven personalities are often most drawn to make the fullest use of these qualities. Any position high enough that they can clearly see the horizon – like executive positions and careers in entrepreneurialism – tend to be valuable lines of work for people with this ambitious personality type.

💡 For ENTJs, failure is not an option – they conceive a vision of the future, formulate a strategy to achieve that vision, and execute each step with ruthless precision.

Structure and order are key, and if someone gets sloppy or holds things back with incompetence, laziness, or inefficiency, these types may come down hard. ENTJ personalities pursue their goals with singular vision and have strict standards for themselves and others that are designed to be effective above all else. This makes ENTJs excellent corporate strategists, and their objectivity and clarity of thought make them respected lawyers and judges.

None of this could work if no one could understand what people with this personality type were thinking. Fortunately, ENTJ personalities are often clear and concise communicators, especially in person, making business administration a comfortable fit – so long as their tasks don’t stray too far into routine maintenance and upkeep. ENTJs also have a thirst for knowledge, and they aren’t afraid to use a principle once they’ve grasped its underlying mechanisms. Combining this with their leadership makes these personalities trying, but effective, university professors.

Great Expectations

The only problem is that it takes time for their skills to be recognized, and stagnating as low-level employees will have them bouncing off the walls and feeling deeply unhappy. People with the ENTJ personality type crave responsibility, growth, and opportunity, and they genuinely enjoy managing others to get a job done. These personalities are visionaries and leaders, not grunts or day-to-day administrators – at least in their own eyes. Getting that to be recognized is not always easy, but they are definitely up to the task.

Workplace Habits

For people with the ENTJ personality type (Commanders), the workplace is a natural habitat. ENTJs’ efficiency and clear communication are valued, their leadership is admired, and their ability to simply get things done is unrivaled. That being said, some situations are more appropriate for these bold personalities than others, as they prefer having the freedom to get their work done in a way that makes sense to them without being micromanaged. This can make work in any lower positions where they do not have personal autonomy a big challenge.

💡 People with the ENTJ personality type are able to adapt themselves to just about any work hierarchy by doing what they do best: taking initiative, asserting their opinions, and accomplishing seemingly impossible feats.

ENTJ Subordinates

Subordinate positions can be challenging for these personalities, and it takes active management to ensure their satisfaction and engagement. Ever the high achievers, ENTJ subordinates set out to learn new skills and to seek out new challenges and responsibilities, eager to prove that nothing is impossible with a little hard work. If things get a little slow, they may make an effort to create work and make unnecessary changes, but when they feel involved in the projects around them, they prove well organized and well prioritized.

People with the ENTJ personality type hold themselves to very high standards, but a lot of what sets this tone is feedback from their environment – namely, criticism from their managers. Objective, rational statements about what is done right and what can be done better are helpful to this learning-oriented type, and far from resenting such criticisms, they appreciate them. Opportunities for growth keep ENTJ personalities engaged and productive, and so long as their managers recognize this as their primary responsibility, it will very likely be a fruitful and satisfying relationship.

ENTJ Colleagues

Among colleagues, ENTJs are sociable and greatly enjoy sharing ideas and critiques in their frequent brainstorming sessions. These ambitious personalities tend to insert themselves into positions of power in the workplace, considering their objectivity and charisma the perfect qualities for these roles. They will be the first to volunteer to lead a project or represent the team. But even though they love to be at the helm of the ship, people with the ENTJ personality type also enjoy working with those who have demonstrated that they too share a strong work ethic. On the other hand, anyone who they view as being less competent or driven will likely be met with a skeptical attitude.


Armed with a powerful intellect and strategic thinking, people with the ENTJ personality type (Commanders) can overcome or outmaneuver obstacles that seem unbeatable to most. At the same time, their many quirks, such as often unconstrained rationalism, lead to many misunderstandings. Those misunderstandings end here. What you have read so far is just an introduction – we have a great deal more to tell you about the ENTJ personality type.

At some point in reading through your results, you probably hit a tipping point. You went from that trademark ENTJ skepticism to “huh...” to “wait, what?” You may even be a little uncomfortable because you are really not used to being understood, even by the people you’re closest to.

Chances are, you’ve accepted that as part of who you are, and maybe even grown proud of it. But embracing that disconnection isn’t a requirement for ENTJ personalities. It’s a misused defense mechanism, leading you down a lonely, inefficient path – gaining insight into yourself and others is so much more rewarding.


This is no date-of-birth gimmick, and no, we did not spy on you – rather, we’ve spent years studying ENTJs’ life stories, experiences, and patterns in hundreds of our surveys. Step by step, insight by insight, we discovered how those who share your qualities and outlook have overcome the challenges they’ve faced. You are a unique individual, but you are not alone in this. It’s wise to learn from others’ experiences – and we’d really like to share those insights with you.

As you move forward into the specialized guides and tests we offer, we go much deeper into the ENTJ mind. We answer not just “what”, but “why?”, “how?”, and “what if?” Why do you act the way you do? How do you find motivation and inspiration? What if you moved beyond fear to pursue what you secretly want to achieve in life?

We can show you how to use your strengths to unlock your exceptional potential and avoid common pitfalls, while also staying true to who you are – after all, that’s the point. To see how you can grow to be the person you know you’re capable of being, in ways that finally feel right – read on, ENTJ.