ENTPs are intriguing. They are simply everything but normal. When compared with the enneagram of personality, some identify as ENTP 3w4.
So, what can you expect from the ENTP 3w4?
Who is the ENTP 3w4?
This is a highly charismatic and persuasive person. They have lofty dreams and know how to achieve them. They also have a very creative side.
What is the Core Desire of the ENTP 3w4?
The core desire of the ENTP 3w4 is to be successful and be seen as successful. To achieve this, they use their charisma, elegance, and persuasive skills to dazzle people into doing what they want.
They also have a truckload of creativity if they need it.
What is the Core Fear of the ENTP 3w4?
The core fear of the ENTP 3w4 is to be seen as a failure. To combat this fear, this personality type tries to be focused on their goals. They also try to get the approval of others they regard as successful.
How the 3w4 Changes the Natural Tendencies of an ENTP
1. More Driven
The influence of type 3 on this ENTP is clear from the very beginning. The first thing you’ll notice about this type is that they are quite driven.
They have these big goals they want to achieve and strive to do so. ENTP 3w4s can use a plethora of strategies and methods to reach their goal.
They do it with a sort of elegance that makes them seem less desperate for success than they are. This trait is one of the reasons why they are probably one of the more successful versions of the ENTP.
2. Better Work Ethic
Work ethic has never come easy to the typical ENTP. Often considered complacent and lazy, ENTPs get a bad rep for everything that involves actual work. Not this ENTP.
Because they are type 3s, they always have a project or goal they are working towards. Thus, this type can easily become workaholics in their quest for success.
Because they are so hardworking, it’s easy to mistype them as ENTJs.
3. More Warmth
While not as sensitive as the ENTP 5w4, the ENTP 3w4 has more warmth than your typical ENTP.
They are more considerate and diplomatic. While the ENTP 5w4 might be sensitive because they genuinely care, this personality type can use their warmth as a sort of strategy or tactic.
ENTP 3w4s are good at what they do. This also includes showing consideration. Everything is often timed to perfection.
4. Better Follow-Through
If you’re an ENTP, you’ve probably been called the jack of all trades. This usually comes with the problem of unfinished projects everywhere.
ENTP 3w4s will be different. They will focus on fewer projects and will be able to finish them. This personality type understands that to be successful, mastery of a few things is essential.
While this is true, this doesn’t mean that they won’t dabble into other industries and sectors regularly. They are still ENTPs after all.
5. More Elegant
Just like INTPs, ENTPs do not pay too much attention to their sense of fashion or appearance. However, ENTP 3w4s will be slightly different. Type 3s want to look successful. Type 4 wants to look unique.
Thus, fashion and how they look overall will be important to them. Just like a 3w4, this personality type will look fashionable and elite. Their desire is to stand out in their own way and stand out they will.
6. Interest in Music and Arts
ENTPs have a ton of creativity. However, this will be taken to new levels here. The presence of type 4 as a wing will add an emotional touch to their creativity.
Thus, this personality type might be more interested in paintings, music, and the arts. While the idea will be there, it might simply be a hobby or addition to their impressive CV.
New Weaknesses of the ENTP 3w4
1. Mask On At All Times
ENTPs are often accused of not being their true selves. It’s even more evident with ENTP 3w4s. Type 3 wants to be accepted and seen as successful by others. Thus, this personality type often adapts to the situation they find themselves.
This might include saying things they don’t really believe in or dressing to impress. Regardless of the situation, this ENTP always has a mask on. A fake smile is present and it’s hard to catch them off guard.
While this might seem like a strength, not being true to yourself might make you lose the very values you adore.
ENTP 3w4s usually have a well-developed extroverted feeling (Fe) function. Thus, they find it easy to read people and situations.
With the ability to do this comes the ability to influence people and manipulate them. While this is not often their first line of action, ENTP 3w4s are not above it when the chips are down.
However, there’s never a time where manipulating people can be seen as good.
3. Struggle with Self-Identity
Type 4s often struggle with finding their true selves throughout their lives. ENTP 3w4s might also have this problem. It’s easy to see why.
As earlier stated, they often have a mask on and can lose themselves in the process. ENTP 3w4s will struggle to find out who they truly are among the hundreds of personalities they have created for each situation.
This can be a lifetime struggle. This is a weakness regardless of the strength of their wing.
4. More Self-Absorbed/Self-Centred
One of the main flaws of type 4 is being self-absorbed. Depending on the strength of their wing, this personality type might have this flaw.
They might feel that the world revolves around them and their interests. They might also feel like the world is either with them or against them.
This can also make them self-centered.
ENTP 3w4 in the Workplace
ENTPs generally prefer a workplace that is fun, competitive, and less rigid. They want a career path that allows them to be spontaneous and bring innovative ideas to the table. They also value growth.
ENTP 3w4s love exactly the same thing. They want to succeed and be leaders. Thus, they will also enjoy managerial roles in an organization.
To get the best out of the ENTP 3w4, make sure that their roles are creative, spontaneous and offer a lot of opportunities for growth.
Best Careers for the ENTP 3w4
- Financial Manager
- HR Manager
Worst Careers for the ENTP 3w4
- Social Worker
Famous/Fictional Characters that are ENTP 3w4
- Barney Stinson (How I met Your Mother)
- Benny Watts (The Queen’s Gambit)
- Greg Heffley (Diary of a Wimpy Kid)
- Crowley (Supernatural)
- Rumpelstiltskin (Shrek)
- Augustus Waters (The Fault in our Stars)
- Katie McGrath
- Eliot Waugh (The Magicians)