I want to get clearer on differentiating ENTPs from ENFPs, especially men.
For the ENTP example (provided by Blake), I watched Carl Sagan because I loved Cosmos:
For ENFP, I watched Stephen Colbert:
Based on these two videos, plus my own personal examples, here’s what I see:
-Ne seems more obvious in ENTP presentation than ENFP, perhaps because of Fe. However, when ENFP talks, more Ne is present than ENTP. (Not entirely sure why)
-Fe in ENTP is more “open” but also childlike than ENFP
-ENFP has undertone of slickness (Fe-id), while ENTP has undertone of impatience/restlessness (Te-id)
-ENTPs tend to have a silly/goofy/absurd sense of humor, whereas ENFPs are more about irony
-ENFPs don’t like it if you criticize their effectiveness (tertiary Te), especially if you use Ti to do it. ENTPs either welcome or at least can take this information via Ti. On the other hand, ENTPs are more vulnerable to negative emotions in present time (tertiary Fe) and cannot take Fi-criticisms at all, whereas ENFPs are more able to accept this.
-ENFPs tend to talk only about what they’re interested in. They can listen to what you’re interested in, but they won’t make any effort to actually understand the topic beyond what it means to you subjectively. (Similar to INFPs.) ENTPs on the other hand will engage intellectually with topics they’re not personally interested in.
-ENTPs really seek out Fe in INFJs. I’m less sure what ENFPs seek for in INFJs.
-Healthy ENFPs can help INFJs come to better terms with Fi, whereas healthy ENTPs can help INFJs develop Ti
-ENFPs in Ne-Te loop either try to bulldoze you with their Fi-moral convictions or are in a constant whirlwind at “productive” activity. ENTPs in Ne-Fe are jokers who want lots of attention and can become people pleasing in a childlike way (look at how clever I am!)
Also, based on my observations, I think John Oliver is also ENTP: