The ENTP 4w3 : Characteristics, Weaknesses and Famous Characters

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This guide will explore the ENTP 4w3 personality type, also known as ‘The Individualist debater’. We’ll take a look at the key characteristics, weaknesses and some famous characters that fit this personality type.

 

What Does ENTP 4w3 Mean?

 

The ENTP 4w3 personality is a unique blend of the Myers Briggs ENTP type and Enneagram type 4 wing 3.

This combination results in a personality that is  highly individualistic, creative and expressive. They are often described as ‘mavericks’ or ‘non-conformists’.

This personality type is driven by the core desire to be unique and different. They seek to find their own path in life and are often drawn to creative pursuits.

Their core fear is  of being average or ordinary. ENTP 4w3s often have a strong need to stand out from the crowd and be seen as special or different.

 

The impact of the 4w3 on the natural ENTP Personality traits

 

The 4w3 makes the ENTP more in touch with their feelings and emotions than other ENTPs.

They are more creative and expressive, often using their wit and humor to mask their vulnerability.

They are also more likely to be dramatic and sensitive, and their need for approval can make them seem clingy or needy. Something an average ENTP would never be accused of.

While the 3 wing brings out the social side of this subtype, the 4w3 ENTP is still a very private person. They are introspective and self-aware, and often withdraw from the world to process their emotions.

 

What are The Characteristics of an ENTP 4w3?

 

ENTP 4w3s are highly intelligent and have a great capacity for abstract thinking. They are quick-witted and enjoy debating and discussing ideas.

They are also very creative and often come up with original solutions to problems.

4w3 ENTPs are less extroverted than other ENTP types, but still enjoy socializing and interacting with others. In fact, they’re considered extroverted introverts and a lot of them identify themselves as omniverts.

These individuals are very independent and prefer to work on their own projects. It’s that independence that allows them to be so creative.

For an ENTP 4w3, working with others makes them lose their unique vision on a project.

They are also confident and have strong convictions. They can be very persuasive when they want to be. Communication is their best tool and they’re usually very good at it.

 

What are the Weaknesses of an ENTP 4w3?

 

  • The 4w3 is the most likely of all the ENTP subtypes to experience anxiety and depression. Their need for approval can make them feel like they are never good enough, and their sensitivity can make them overly sensitive to criticism.

 

  • They may also struggle with self-doubt and indecision, as they are constantly questioning themselves and their choices.

 

  • ENTP 4w3s can also be quite impulsive and may act without thinking things through. This can lead to them making poor decisions or acting impulsively in a way that is harmful to themselves or others.

 

9 Best careers for the ENTP 4w3 personality type

 

This personality type will naturally thrive in careers that allow  them to exercise their creativity, social skills and intellectual curiosity.

Here are 9 of the best careers for the ENTP 4w3 personality type:

1. Entrepreneur

2. Marketing or Advertising Professional

3. Event Planner

4. Public Relations Specialist

5. Recruiter

6. Salesperson

7. Politician

8. Lawyer

9. Psychologist

 

Famous ENTP 4w3 Characters

 

ENTP 4w3 Fictional Characters

 

  • Hunter Sylvester (Metal Lords)
  • Willy Wonka (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory 1971)
  • Amelia Shepherd (Grey’s Anatomy)
  • Yoon Jisoo (Sweet Home)
  • Oh Ji-Wang (It’s Okay to Not Be Okay)

 

ENTP 4w3 Anime Characters

 

  • George Koizumi (Paradise Kiss)
  • Osamu Dazai (Bungou Stray Dogs Wan!)
  • Dazai Osamu (Bungou to Alchemist: Shinpan no Haguruma)

 

ENTP 4w3 Celebrities/ Historical Figures

 

  • David Tennant (Actor)
  • Devin Townsend(Musician)
  • Karl Lagerfeld (Fashion Designer)
  • Darren Criss (Actor)

 

FAQs

 

Can ENTP be type 4?

 

Yes, ENTP can be type 4. This combination is not very common. It makes only about 5% of ENTPs as 4s tend to be more reserved and introspective than ENTPs, who are outgoing and expressive.

 

ENTP 4w3 Meaning?

 

A subtype of the Myers Briggs ENTP that is defined by having a predominant focus on their creative side as well as their thinking side.

Individuals with this personality type are known to be highly adaptable, charming, creatively intelligent and resourceful. However, they may also be seen as impulsive, easily bored and insensitive.

 

ENTP 4w3 vs ENTP 5w4?

 

Both Variants are Inventive, Imaginative, and Resourceful. They are both future oriented and have a strong desire to make their mark on the world in a unique way.

The main difference between the two types is that the 4w3 is more emotionally intense while the 5w4 is more cerebral.

The 4w3 is also more likely to be involved in the arts while the 5w4 is more likely to be involved in science or philosophy.

 

ENTP 4w3 vs ENFP 4W3?

 

The main difference between ENTP 4w3 and ENFP 4w3 is that ENTPs are more likely to be interested in ideas and theories while ENFPs are more interested in people and emotions.

 

ENTP 4w3 vs INTP 4w3?

 

The main difference between ENTP 4w3 and INTP 4w3 is that ENTP 4w3s are more extraverted while INTP 4w3s are more introverted.

However, both personality types are highly creative, individualistic and analytical.

 

CONCLUSION

 

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Before you leave, we want you to keep in mind that personality type traits are just the backbone of our personality, there’s always more to us than just a few letters.

We encourage you to keep exploring and growing, no matter what your personality type is! Thank you for reading this guide!


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Sarra is a behavioral science student and HS science teacher ( also a cat mom! ) who obsesses over typing people but can't seem to type her own self. Let's just say that for the time being, she's a cross between an INFJ and INFP!

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