Known as ‘the commander’, ENTJs are born leaders, strategic and always motivated to organise and prioritise change. The personality type that is quick to point out inefficiency, ENTJs driving force is long-range plans and conceptualising new solutions to accomplish all of their visions. Logical reasoning and quick-wit are as natural as breathing to the ENTJs and they also excel at communication and are very articulate and analytical. Their love for bringing order to chaos in the world around them makes them more organised than the others. Their objective approach and analytical sense also play a great role when they notice flaws in a system, giving them an edge to implement better ways and discover new solutions. ENTJs are perceived as assertive who fit into the shoes of a leader who can take charge wherever the situation calls for it. Their flair for intuitively understanding and having a clear vision of the goals is what sets them apart from the rest. ENTJs are known to approach difficulty with an attitude of supreme efficient analyst and will never shy out of pointing out the place that needs correction. Their gregariousness and ambitiousness are what keeps them engaged, and they are often very sensitive toward issues of power and influence. Looking into the different ENTJs that are currently making headlines with their incredible talents and achievements, there are many heavy names that stand out. Personalities like David Letterman, Quinton Tarantino, Margaret Thatcher, and Harrison Ford are all successful ENTJs that created great big waves in different industries. Read on about these ENTJs and be bowled over by their amazingness
Donald TrumpDonald Trump
14 June 1946, American
45th U.S. President
Margaret ThatcherMargaret Thatcher
13 October 1925, British
Former British Prime Minister

Sean ConnerySean Connery
25 August 1930, British, Scottish

Nancy PelosiNancy Pelosi
26 March 1940, American

Alexander HamiltonAlexander Hamilton
11 January 1755, Saint Kitts And Nevis, American
Economist, Political Philosopher, Former U.S.

George ClooneyGeorge Clooney
06 May 1961, American
Steve JobsSteve Jobs
24 February 1955, American
Co-founder of Apple

Jim CarreyJim Carrey
17 January 1962, Canadian, American

Harrison FordHarrison Ford
13 July 1942, American
American actor
Charlize TheronCharlize Theron
07 August 1975, American, South African

Napoleon BonaparteNapoleon Bonaparte
15 August 1769, French
Emperor of the French
Julius CaesarJulius Caesar
13 July 0100, Ancient Roman
Former Roman dictator

Warren BuffettWarren Buffett
30 August 1930, American
Business Magnate, Investor, Philanthropist

Garry KasparovGarry Kasparov
13 April 1963, Russian
Chess Player

Michael DouglasMichael Douglas
25 September 1944, American
Actor, Producer

Whoopi GoldbergWhoopi Goldberg
13 November 1955, American
Rush LimbaughRush Limbaugh
12 January 1951, American
Radio Host, Political Commentator, Author, Former

Steve MartinSteve Martin
14 August 1945, American

0384 BC, Greek

Simon CowellSimon Cowell
07 October 1959, British
Television personality
Carl SaganCarl Sagan
09 November 1934, American
Astronomer, Astrophysicist, Writer

Jeb BushJeb Bush
11 February 1953, American
Former Governor of Florida
Aung San Suu KyiAung San Suu Kyi
19 June 1945, Burmese
Political Leader (Freedom Fighter) of Myanmar

Madeleine AlbrightMadeleine Albright
15 May 1937, American
Politician & Diplomat

Tony RobbinsTony Robbins
29 February 1960, American
Karl RoveKarl Rove
25 December 1950, American
Political Consultant

Jack WelchJack Welch
19 November 1935, American
Former Chairman & CEO of General Electric
Penn JillettePenn Jillette
05 March 1955, American
Radio personality, Actor, Novelist, Circus