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Learn how ENTPs view the world and what makes them tick!

In ENTP: Understanding & Relating with the Inventor, you'll learn about the ENTP Myers-Briggs personality type. This book covers a variety of topics regarding ENTPs (extroversion, intuition, thinking, perception) and why they make such creative individuals. ENTPs are often referred to as the change makers of the world because they love building new things to move the world forward. They are not afraid to upset tradition or to be avant-garde. ENTPs pursue their passions full-heartedly, without reservation, equivocation, or mental evasion.

In this book we'll begin by exploring why the MBTI test is important before then digging in to why ENTPs make great leaders. From there we'll venture into the greatest strengths and weaknesses of individuals who identify as ENTPs. Finally, we'll explore what makes ENTPs happy and what they value in their personal relationships. We'll close by learning about 10 famous ENTPs and what you can learn from them.

If you are an ENTP, listen to this book to begin your quest to learn why you act the way you do and how you can come to appreciate who you are as an individual.

©2015 Clayton Geoffreys (P)2015 Clayton Geoffreys

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This book was scarily spot on of who I am.

I couldn't believe how much this book described me. I can never let my wife hear this.....lol. good book.

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Learning to know myself - ENTP

I myself am an ENTP, and wanted to learn more about myself. I found it very enlightening and an integrering read. My critique is that not all ENTPs will and can be famous or brilliant inventors. Also, I feel it presents the ENTPs as heartless and unable to understand emotions. We do understand emotions, and have a emotional inner life. But it is right that we perhaps do not value it as highly as other personality types.

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Wasn't anything special

The audio and narrator are amateurish at best. You can clearly hear that the narrator isn't in a sound proof room. The narrator also doesn't much experience at this work.

The book contents were all things that could have been googled. It focused heavily on ENTP according to function only and not much on how it would interact in a real life person besides celebrities we all know.

The book is good for someone who knows nothing about ENTPs and cant be bothered to read it online and would rather listen to it.

If you have even the most basic knowledge of MBTI and ENTP, there is nothing extra to be gleamed from this book at all. So I would give it a pass.

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very on point

it was so accurate about my...not so good qualities it almost hurt... in a good way?

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I enjoy this book

Good book for an ENTP!! I cringed at 4:03 on chapter 13 when he said Benjamin Franklin was on the twenty dollar bill. Haha! Typo!? Or was he seeing if we're actually paying attention? All in all, I'd say that made it a little bit better.

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Great read

Very useful for inventors...
So many stuff that connected to me.
I can not 100% say if it’s true for entp coz there are 15 types left and there is a possibility that some % of info here also grinned over there.

Anyway multiple times of listening are recommended.

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well made with good insight helps

it likes a bit of detail but it's a fun audiobook and very good inside but unfortunately it lacks key information but makes up for it with witty examples and simple explanations what you could learn from overall good

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female entp

female entp who found this book enjoyable and worth the few bucks and 1.5 hours.

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  • 11-04-20

Not bad, but not far from it.

Seemed more like audio from a better than terrible YouTube video or narration of a collation of high school essays.
A little artistic license taken on some of the quotes in this too.

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  • 04-23-18

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A somewhat useful tool for understanding the ENTP personality type. A little short on content, i would have liked it to have gone a little deeper.