ENTJ 5w4 (The Complete Guide)

When introvert meets ENTJ. For some, this incredibly rare type is impossible. However, ENTJ 5w4 does exist.

In this article, we’re going to discuss the ENTJ 5w4 and what you can expect from them.

Who is the ENTJ 5w4?

These are calm and determined people. They defy most of the typical traits of the ENTJs. ENTJs usually identify as type 8 or type 3.

Thus, ENTJ 5w4 is relatively rare. This is further compounded by type 5 being an introverted type. While this is true, it’s not impossible for an extroverted MBTI type to have an introverted enneagram type. A good example of this is the ENTP 5w4.

The presence of type 5 and type 4 changes a lot of traits typical of ENTJs as we shall soon see. This type is more likely to be mistyped as an INTJ or an INTP.

ENTJ 5w4 are more likely to be assertive ENTJs than turbulent ENTJs.

What is the Core Desire of the ENTJ 5w4?

The core desire of the ENTJ 5w4 is to be self-sufficient. However, if they are always healthy, they will look a lot like the ENTJ type 8 with a twist.

They will want or desire power to ensure that they are self-sufficient.

What is the Core Fear of the ENTJ 5w4?

The core fear of the ENTJ 5w4 is to be a burden. To avoid this, they try to make sure they are self-sufficient in every way possible.

How the 5w4 Changes the Natural Tendencies of the ENTJ

1.    More Introverted

The first obvious change here is being more introverted. ENTJs are introverted extroverts. This is fully on display with the ENTJ 5w4s. They are even a bit more introverted.

This means that they treasure their alone time. They are often energized when they spend time alone enjoying their hobbies.

Because they are much more introverted than other ENTJs, they are usually mistyped as introverts.

2.    More Sensitive

Emotions are not something that ENTJs identify with. They are logical thinkers and usually feel that emotions are pointless. This ENTJ is a bit different.

ENTJ 5w4s are more sensitive. Their introverted feeling function also comes alive here. They are more aware of their own personal values and take them seriously.

So, they might have more emotional reactions than a typical ENTJ.

3.    Ti vs Te

The dominant cognitive function of the ENTJ is the extroverted thinking (Te) function. While this is true, this function will mimic the introverted thinking (Ti) function in some ways.

Thus, there’s a sort of struggle or contradiction about how this personality type thinks about the information taken.

Their thought process will look a lot like the INTP.

4.    More Creative

Type 4 is extremely creative in an artistic way. Type 5 is more of a problem solver. ENTJs are also creative. However, they are mostly innovators.

When all these traits combine, you get someone who can be extremely talented if they put in the work.

The potential is there. However, turning them into success is a different story altogether.

5.    Well-Balanced

As earlier stated, they are more sensitive. Because of this, ENTJ 5w4s are well-balanced. They take both emotional and logical factors into consideration when making decisions.

Thus, their decisions usually seem complete. Other types that are predominantly feelers also feel more at ease with them.

6.    Less Intimidating

ENTJs have a reputation for looking tough and intimidating. That is why they are usually type 8s. However, this personality type is different.

While they have a quiet strength about them, they are not as tough or intimidating. Most ENTJ 5w4s will be soft-spoken and pleasant to be around.

It’s not like you’d expect from an ENTJ.

New Weaknesses of the ENTJ 5w4

1.    Self-Absorbed

The troubles of type 4 have the potential to affect this personality type. ENTJ 5w4s are more likely to be self-absorbed. When this happens, they can become selfish and focused on their own problems.

They might also be insensitive and less sympathetic. Ironically, they might start to look a bit like the typical ENTJ.

2.    Detached

Type 5 often finds themselves detached from their loved ones and family. This is heightened by their need to spend time alone.

ENTJ 5w4s might also have this issue. In worst-case scenarios, they might even lose some of their closest relationships.

This personality type needs to find the balance between detachment and interactions with their loved ones.

3.    More Fearful

Type 5 is known to be very fearful. While ENTJs are often seen as fearless or brave, ENTJ 5w4s will be a lot more fearful. Because of this, they might take fewer risks or have fewer confrontations with others.

In worst-case scenarios, this fear might hinder them from reaching their potential.

4.    Lower Work Ethic

ENTJs are known to have a fantastic work ethic. They can put in the work needed when the chips are down. They are also backed by their structured life. This helps them to remain efficient at their jobs.

This personality type also has a good work ethic. However, they simply do not have the same level of energy that the typical ENTJ has. This is because their enneagram types have lower energies to exert.

ENTJ 5w4 in the Workplace

ENTJ 5w4s value structure, challenges, and a creative workplace. They also want a career that can take care of all their needs.

ENTJ 5w4s can work in groups or alone. When they are in growth or healthy, they can also lead their groups fearlessly.

Really, each day is a different day for this personality type in the workplace. Somedays, they just don’t want to be bothered. Sometimes, they are cheering everyone to victory.

To get the best out of the ENTJ 5w4, make sure you put them in a role that’s creative and challenging.

Best Careers for the ENTJ 5w4

  • Lawyer
  • Writer
  • HR Manager
  • Software Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Executive
  • Anthropologist
  • Software Engineer
  • Computer Engineer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Musician

Worst Careers of the ENTJ 5w4

  • Plumber
  • Chef
  • Carpenter
  • Mechanical Engineer

Famous/Fictional Characters that are ENTJ 5w4

  • Trudy Fraser (Once Upon a Time)
  • Jack London
  • Max Fuller (Fuller House)
  • Windom Earle
  • Wilford (SnowPiercer)
  • Alexia Ashford (Resident Evil)
  • Juninho (Former Footballer)
  • Kaylie (Oculus)
Ejike Umesi is the owner of Personality Hunt. He is an ENTP, lawyer and is very enthusiastic about psychology. In his spare time, he can be seen watching football or reading more about the enneagrams!

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