Extraverted Thinking

Extraverted Thinking is a judging process that evaluates information based on effectiveness and externally verifiable results.

Types who use this process as a strength (ENTJ, ESTJ, INTJ, ISTJ) will typically place a high value on efficiency, resources and measurable results.

Types who use this process as a weakness (INFP, ISFP, ENFP, ESFP) may become bossy or aggressive and may obsess over details out of fear of failure when under stress.

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