<Moderator’s preface to Lunar’s post: Tony Robbins has been typed as E3 ENFJ (1)(2) by Blake, but is he really ENFJ? Or is he an ENTJ? How do we differentiate between Te & Fe dominance in ENxJs? Read the discussion below! >
It’s pretty terrifying to post after recent history that I created out of my own doing (I’ve done the work I had to do though).
But I’m just here to learn so I think of this as “picking brains on the internet” (yikes). I will be disciplined about why I’m here.
Here is a link to Tony Robbins helping a depressed man:
I’ve been looking at him lately and wondering if he has Te or Fe.
He has a lot of empathy, as in this video. If you think of entj as your typical shark, then guess he can’t be entj. But I’ve been listening to the things he says in the million interviews and they seem to have a lot of practicality. Practical, worldly solutions. And the places he tries to get people to are your typical Te considerations. Te notions of success. Not sure why I picture enfjs more mum on what people should actually do to fix their lives in the sense that enfjs seem to have a more nuanced approach and what would look fucked up by Te standards could be just fine by an enfj.
On the other hand, an enfj that is on would have this charismatic influence they could pour into you if they wished. Is it the intense influence that conveys enfj. The deep caring??
How can we tell if it’s Te or Fe? I get confused between the two. I’ve seen the emo intensity an intj can have, but wonder if an entj can have that too, or that’s just too upside down with Fi inferior.
With whole typing, you could just say, but Tony Robbins is not a shark. Done. Must be enfj not entj. But whole typing doesn’t work for me (I don’t see the whole type).
Just wondering if anyone has any thoughts to add.
Done for now.