ESTJs as entrepreneurs
ESTJs make for proactive, realistic, and highly organized entrepreneurs, excelling at things like event planning and task management. They have an emotional side, but they trust their logic before anything else.
Leadership also comes easy to ESTJs, as they know when to speak and when to listen. Plus, thanks to their extraversion, they engage and socialise with their employees in order to empower them.
Their love for leadership can sometimes produce different results though. ESTJs thoroughly enjoy being right, and hate to be proved wrong. This doesn’t bode well for employees or coworkers who go against their prescribed way of doing things.
Furthermore, ESTJs are known for being judgmental, blunt, and insensitive. It’s worth an ESTJ’s time to keep a mental list of non-confrontational responses to be used in times of strife. By expanding their vocabulary to convey inclusivity and positivity, the ESTJ will naturally begin to come across as a more tactful boss and colleague.
Since ESTJs value order and structure, it’s recommended that they start a business that employs a structure that they are already familiar with.
Martha Stewart, ESTJ
ESTJs’ strengths and weaknesses
They excel at organizing teams, events, and their daily lives.
Loyalty and patience
They combine these two traits to breeds a tightly-knit workforce.
They are born leaders who love to lead by example, as well as through interaction with their employees.
Needs to be right
They enjoy arguing for the sake of being seen as correct.
They have a habit of making snap judgements about people they meet, which can affect their ability to network effectively.
Blunt and insensitive
They can seem emotionless in their remarks towards others.
ESTJs work best with
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