ESTP Explained: What It Means to be the ESTP Personality Type

Persuasive, energetic and enterprising, the ESTP is an extravert with a pioneering spirit. While ISTPs are apt to develop proficiency in their operation of tools and machines, ESTPs display skill in their operation of people. They are very transactional and adept in the art of negotiation. Dubbed as the “tactical promoter” and “entrepreneur”, the ESTP…

ESTP Shadow: The Dark Side of ESTP

The shadow is a concept that Swiss psychologist, Carl Jung developed to explain the hidden parts of our personality that we are less aware of. Each of the 16 personality types represent what would be considered the conscious ego. Over the course of its development, the conscious ego selects what it does and does not…

ESTP Weaknesses – 7 Struggles of Being ESTP

ESTP is one of the 16 Myers-Briggs personality types. They comprise part of the temperament group known as "The Artisans" along with ISFP, ISTP, ESFP. ESTPs have been referred as such things as "the entrepreneur", "the tactical promoter", and "the doer". They possess a number of positive attributes including a youthful spirit, an ability to…

35 Signs You’re An ESTP

ESTPs are one of the 16 MBTI personalities and are estimated to comprise roughly 4 - 7% of the general population. They belong to the temperament group known as the artisans and have been christened as the “tactical promoter” by MBTI theorist, David Keirsey. ESTPs are noted for their energy, spontaneity and courage. Here are…

12 Shades of ESTP: MBTI & the Zodiac

The ESTP personality is described as an extraverted thrill seeker who thrives on stimulating experiences. They are very aware of their surroundings and highly perceptive of the details and people in their environment. Moreover, they are keen observers of people’s body language and this allows them to read people well and use this knowledge to…

33 Things Only Thinkers Will Relate To

"Soothing moments" by adrianismyname I Think Therefore I am... a "thinker"? [dropcap]E[/dropcap]very conscious man and woman thinks, but true thinkers are cerebral to a fault. Logic is favored over sentiment; rationality over feeling. For those uncertain over what side of the fence they fall on, here are 33 things only thinkers…
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