Happy Thursday!

Wow, we have come to the end of a 4 month journey of seeing all the different personalities and the way they show up as their Driver, Co-pilot, Drunk Uncle and Baby in the Backseat. I hope you have enjoyed seeing your type as well as those in your lives. I have heard from a number of you how much you have learned and I appreciate that very much.

We end this 16 week journey with likely the most determined of all the types….ENTJ’s. As their cousin type, ENFJ’s, they are just as determined BUT they are way more practical in their decision making which makes them a force to be reckoned with! Excellent in business and can effectively lead organizations or large groups.

Well, we have come to the end. If you want to see any of the past types they are below.


We have covered all of the Introverted Types:

Extroverted Types:

You can go back and read the others if you missed them.

Today’s is ENTJ – The Executive

Driver: Your best self


  • Your focus is order
  • You organize both people and things to achieve a purpose
  • You use logic and reasoning with others
  • You are all about direct action
  • You are an impersonal decision maker
  • You call plays and make decisions
  • You collect information in an orderly way
  • You solve problems in a systematic manner

Copilot: What the world sees of you, your second-best self


  • You see patterns, relationships, symbols, meanings
  • You make magical connections to practical problems
  • You create a unique vision, and arrive at unique insights about things or people
  • You can fill in the missing pieces of a life puzzle
  • You have complex visions or perspectives that you are unable to explain with clarity to others
  • You’re a what-if’er
  • You’re always thinking about what’s next or how you could be improving yourself or your situation

Drunk Uncle in the Back Seat: Things you suck at and should NOT be doing


  • Trying to live in the moment and immersing yourself in the here and now
  • Trying to interact spontaneously with people, things and situa- tions of interest
  • Trying to turn “work” into play
  • Managing details and data
  • Trying to learn by doing (touch it, taste it, hear it, smell it, see it)
  • Having only sensory experiences
  • You need to have people in your life to help you see facts, data and details since this is an area you are going to struggle with

Baby in the Back Seat: Where you go under deep stress or when someone has hurt you


  • You withdraw from the world
  • You may not want to get out of bed
  • You have deep, hurt feelings
  • You feel very emotional or overwhelmed by emotions
  • When you behave so emotionally, withdrawn and distraught, it worries the people in your life