What ENTJs look for in a mate…
ENTJs generally look for someone who is reliable, emotionally stable and not needy. They like people who can stand up to them and argue without losing their rationality.
Their high standards for everything apply to finding a partner as well. They will scrutinize their potential partner from a distance first, measuring every aspect of a person almost scientifically.
What is the best love match for an ENTJ?
Intuitive people are generally more intrigued by other intuitive people and ENTJs are not an exception. They can fall in love with sensing people too, but are more likely to fall for another intuitive.
ENTJs generally get along great with: ENFP, INFP, ENTJ and INTJ personalities, but they will be interested in any relationship that offers growth and learning experiences. They will highly value and defend their relationships, especially those relationships which present them with new challenges and stimulate their learning.
Couldn’t have said it better myself.
You don’t like that your coworker used me on that note about stealing her yogurt from the break room fridge? You don’t like that I’m all over your sister-in-law’s blog? You don’t like that I’m on the sign for that new Thai place? You think I’m pedestrian and tacky? Guess the fuck what, Picasso. We don’t all have seventy-three weights of stick-up-my-ass Helvetica sitting on our seventeen-inch MacBook Pros. Sorry the entire world can’t all be done in stark Eurotrash Swiss type. Sorry some people like to have fun. Sorry I’m standing in the way of your minimalist Bauhaus-esque fascist snoozefest. Maybe sometime you should take off your black turtleneck, stop compulsively adjusting your Tumblr theme, and lighten the fuck up for once.
All my interviews went splendidly! I’m currently doing some contract work with a branch of Habitat for Humanity, working on their Annual Report and February Newsletter.
The other two interviews went well and I was offered both positions but neither was a good fit. One turned out to be an unpaid internship at a music agency which would be fine if I was straight out of college but I have a good amount of experience under my belt now and I wasn’t a fan of their design anyways. The other was a design associate job at a start-up company which was much too hectic of a workplace for my liking.
Thanks for asking!