Can someone become like an ESTJ

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The dominant function of the ESTJ is extraverted thinking. Its second function is introverted sensation.

The logic resulting from the focus of thinking on the objectively given forces ESTJs to make decisions based on established facts and generally accepted principles. They observe and collect facts in order to derive preliminary conclusions and to make predictions for the occurrence of future events. ESTJs not only constantly plan into the future, they also like to look back and analyze the course of past events in order to derive courses of action for current tasks.

ESTJs are reluctant to venture into completely unknown territory. They usually have little use for abstract ideas, and theories are only of interest to them insofar as they can be used to provide concrete benefits for upcoming obligations. Since ESTJs are reluctant to move outside of generally accepted principles and truths, they tend to be less interested in unknown areas. Your thinking in given categories proves to be a hindrance here. ESTJs generally require a seamless causal chain, otherwise a solution is rejected as unsuitable because it is illogical.

ESTJs are often found in traditional leadership positions. They saw themselves as an integral part of the system to which they subscribed. They quickly grasp the functional principles of each system. Due to their good feeling for superordinate and subordinate relationships, they function smoothly in hierarchically structured organizations. They effortlessly take their place in any system and also ensure that others function and perform according to the role assigned to them by the system. From the point of view of an ESTJ, the place that someone occupies within an organization is an expression of their contribution to it. He reacts with incomprehension to the promotion or demotion of employees for personal reasons and sees the organization as such at risk.

ESTJs are employees who are ready to take on a high degree of responsibility for their company. They are extremely willing to put their personal interests aside in favor of their company.

The solution-oriented behavior resulting from extraverted thinking makes them efficient and pragmatic implementers of the objectives of the institutions for which they appear. You proceed logically and analytically and come to a decision quickly. ESTJs are happy to act as teachers and mentors to pass on their expertise to future generations.

They respect authorities and expect others to do the same. They express their point of view clearly and do not hold back with their opinion. ESTJs do not hesitate to ask others to follow the correct rules. Her blunt manner can cause problems for more sensitive people. The ESTJ, on the other hand, is open and grateful for criticism as long as it can recognize the logic behind it.

In dealing with their families, ESTJs are conscientious about the roles assigned to them by society; as such, they are respectful of their parents and good parents to their children. In everyday family life, they usually assume the traditionally recognized gender roles. As fathers they pay attention to the material security of the family, and as mothers they tend to run the household efficiently like a family business. They feel obliged to pass on their moral standards to their children. If the children do not feel a natural disposition to organization and logic, this can lead to crises in family life.

ESTJs pay little attention to their feelings and are reluctant to express physical closeness. In their relationships, their concern for the partner is more likely to show in active support and well-intentioned advice.

ESTJs find it very difficult to calm down. They even like to plan their vacation from start to finish. Ultimately, their identity is strongly linked to their work and the exercise of their skills. Starting a day without a plan is a nightmare for her. You are a fan of checklists and emergency plans. There is a certain inflexibility associated with their love of the plan, especially when, for once, things do not develop according to their expectations.

As determined people, ESTJs occasionally run the risk of making hasty decisions. They often find it difficult to leave problems open until enough facts are known to enable a satisfactory solution. They act according to the motto "Better a bad decision than no decision."

Although they are extremely hardworking, they also enjoy their free time. As extraverted natures, they are very sociable and usually have a large circle of friends and acquaintances. When dealing with friends, they are often surprisingly formal.

ESTJ are very traditional and therefore tend to conscientiously maintain social rituals. As such, family celebrations, vacations, and birthdays are sacred to them. Often, they make their contribution to the community in volunteer positions.

Bigger problems arise when ESTJs unilaterally stick to their extroverted point of view. They tend to suppress their subjective view of things too much. This occasionally leads to the fact that they cannot do justice to the individual case due to the strict insistence on principles. ESTJs are also rather impatient when their plans are suddenly thwarted. The ESTJ tends not to take his emotional needs seriously, if he is even aware of them. In addition, in this case he does not pay attention to the needs of the partners, employees and children who are dependent on him.

The resulting inconsistencies in closer coexistence can lead to controlling behavior and unsightly outbursts of anger on the part of the ESTJ and otherwise endanger good relationships with children and partners.

Since they prefer to act on an objectively verified factual basis, ESTJs tend to stick to the status quo. However, they do not generally stand in the way of new developments. However, they need sufficiently reliable information on the basis of which they can make predictions. In particular, they need input from their second function. Through introverted feelings, they gain their own experiences and thus expand their scope of action. On a factual basis expanded by their own experience, they can make plans and move safely within a new system.

 

This post was published on by Sascha Faber in Blog. Keywords: ESTJ, extraverted thinking, introverted sensing, MBTI, personality, personality test.