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12 Shades of ENTP: MBTI & the Zodiac

[dropcap]N[/dropcap]o two ENTPs are completely alike. Sure they may all qualify as ENTP, but to what degree? Variations among the MBTI types have been attributed to factors such as maturity and level of development of the type’s composite functions. But what if astrology signs played a role as well? Most people are likely to have known their astrology sign long before learning about their MBTI type. It is possible that some people’s self image may be heavily shaped by their understanding of their astrology sign and consequently may behave more like their sign simply because they believe it. Some individuals might feel their zodiac sign really resonates with who they truly are but is it a coincidence or evidence of something more?

Here is an interpretation of how the ENTP personality type may vary under each of the 12 zodiac signs.


The ENTP Leo is likely to be very dignified and noble in demeanor. They are smooth operators who know how to make their point in a clear and cogent fashion. They are likely to be excellent communicators and highly popular and magnetic. They are probably well-liked for their well-put togetherness and suave charm. The Leo ENTP is likely to be very proud and confident in themselves and because of this are poised to accomplish great things in life. They may have a warmth to them that is distinct among ENTP types and they might be particularly generous and altruistic towards others. They may be very friendly but they may also have a fiery temper that sometimes emerges when under stress. These ENTPs likely feel they have something to offer the world and want to showcase their abilities on center stage.


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