Most People Will Not Get You Our Ne makes us super creative!It can come up with endless angles and possibilities. We live in the world of possibilities so jumping from one thought to the next, one idea to the next, is great for us. I think many ENTPs try to impress people with their wits and ideas and end up doing the opposite. Most people think we're smart but somewhat neurotic. Save your ideas for people who can handle them (not many) or when it matters.That is, if you’re an Effectiveness person it may be very difficult to understand another person who is using, say, Accuracy.
For example, we might have a “Words of Affirmation” Love Language and we’ll always feel good when someone praises us. Does it match our internal ‘list’ of important things?For example, one woman might be over to moon to hear her husband praise her beauty to his friends, and another woman might feel marginalized. ” Here’s where it gets tricky: each personality type asks it in a slightly different way, and concurrently answers it in a slightly different way.Him wanting to have more intelligent conversations is actually what led me to Quora. NT then relaxes, figuring s/he's with a kindred spirit, gets more comfortable with the relationship, starts acting like normal NT self, expecting to be understood. NF gets needy and/or begins to consider is her/his duty to draw the NT out of her/his shell, encouraging the NT to express all those feelings buried deep inside. Stage 4: NT feels pressure from NFs emotional demands, needs distance to figure things out. The general sequence of events is this: Stage 1: NT meets NF. Stage 3: NF feels NT cooling off and wonders what s/he is doing wrong. Were you able to spot your lover’s decision-making criteria, and how can it help you communicate to them that you love them in a way that’s meaningful to them? Leave a comment and share your experience.-Antonia Antonia is an author, thought leader, coach, trainer, systems thinker, and personality profiling expert.
As the co-owner and Lead Trainer of Personality Hacker, she oversees all the training programs and content that Personality Hacker produces to help people "hack" their personal growth journey and create more happiness in their lives.”According to Gary Chapman’s “The 5 Love Languages” we all express love a little differently.In Chapman’s model, the 5 primary ways are:(For a quick reference listen to the Personality Hacker podcast “The 5 Love Languages.” For more in-depth information, read Chapman’s book of the same title.(ESTP, ISTP, ENTP, INTP)The “decision-making” mental processes (Harmony, Authenticity, Effectiveness, Accuracy) are ways we evaluate the world and determine their rightfulness, truthfulness and importance to us as people.Every personality type has a tendency to overvalue their criteria, and unless you understand the concept of different types it’s very easy to assume others are using the same criteria to make evaluations and decisions.” is “No” or “I’m not sure” too often, you can do real damage to your own heart and your mate’s.