ESTPs are skilled in adaptability and practical thinking and can help others learn to adjust to unforeseen circumstances and find reasonable solutions to difficult problems.
ESTPs are likely to work well with people who are comfortable engaging in dialogue about an issue, even if they disagree. As people who tend to feel comfortable calling out problems they see, ESTPs value a similar quality in their coworkers. They also appreciate people who can provide helpful feedback so that ESTPs can grow and evolve. Because ESTPs can be blunt, at times, they may enjoy working with people who aren’t very easy to offend. Otherwise, ESTPs may feel more on edge when talking to their peers.
When others on their team are able to talk through issues, offer feedback, and appreciate honesty, ESTPs are likely to feel comfortable and motivated, which can help them work more effectively.
ESTPs may have a difficult time following strict policies and procedures. If the job and relationships are important to an ESTP, they need to work at being more structured.
They may also upset or frustrate more sensitive coworkers if they provide overly critical feedback. ESTPs should practice keeping unrequested suggestions to themselves in order to maintain their professional relationships with certain people.
ESTPs may also pursue their own ideas instead of following the expected way. While this may, at times, lead to innovation or a discovery of some kind, it can also have significant consequences for a team. ESTPs should be sure to check with the boss or coworkers before breaking the expectations.
ESTPs can be bold, lively partners who love spending time and being present with others.
ESTPs are likely to be skilled at communicating their thoughts with honesty, which can prevent issues from building without discussion. They can also be very encouraging, especially if their partner wants to step out of their comfort zone to try something new. ESTPs have a very contagious fun spirit that can help their partner feel more comfortable exploring the unknown.
ESTPs may have a hard time learning to trust and depend on another person. Since they are likely to enjoy being very independent, they may view it as a sacrifice to rely on someone else. However, it’s important that ESTPs learn to be vulnerable with their partner.
Since they are often very on-the-go, ESTPs may frustrate their partner if they don’t spend enough one-on-one time together. They need to remember to take time for the other person in order for the relationship to thrive.
They may also struggle to work through an emotional situation with their partner. Since they tend to process things logically, they may overlook the importance of the other person’s feelings in certain matters. They should practice being conscious to and caring toward the emotions at play in a discussion.
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