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Extraverted Thinking Function (Te)

Thinking people make decisions based on logic, so the Extraverted thinking function allows a person to organize and categorize things, thoughts or arguments.

Extraverted Thinking is the ability to see the logical consequences of actions. It follows sequence and organization.

Personality Types with Extraverted Thinking

The ESTJ and ENTJ personality types have Extraverted Thinking as their Primary Function.

ESTJ – The “Overseer”
Overseers are responsible and hard working. Tradition and loyalty are deeply valued by them. As quintessential leaders, they provide structure and high standards to followers. When making decisions, they rely on logic and facts. Overseers are efficient and thrive on routine and stability. They are committed and predictable people.
ENTJ – The “Chief”
Chiefs are natural and decisive leaders. They are analytical, efficient and hard working. They live in the world of ideas and have a great ability to debate. Their goal-oriented and self-confident nature enables them to take charge. They thrive on achievement.