Somewhat akin to the MBTI ENTJ personality type, the Entrepreneur in Jung-based Socionics reminds one of Willie Wonka (on the light side) and Jack London (on the serious side). This little book helps the Entrepreneur personality type and those around him/her understand the Entrepreneur as an individual and in relationships with others: parents, children, teachers students, colleagues, and friends.
Through examples of home, school, work, and leisure situations, this book explores the sources of moments of deep attachment and deep pain when Entrepreneurs come into contact with non-Entrepreneurs and provides both Entrepreneurs and itgers suggestions for developing comfortable, happy, and successful relationships.
Fourth in the series of companion volume to Ekaterina Filatova's book, Understanding the People around You.
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Table of Contents
Part 1. Background Information
Chapter 1. The Nomenclature
Chapter 2. The Functions
Chapter 3. The Channels
Chapter 4. The Model
Part 2. The Entrepreneur Personality
Chapter 5. Understanding the Entrepreneur's Approach to Life
Chapter 6. The Entrepreneur at Home
Chapter 7. The Entrepreneur at School
Chapter 8. The Entrepreneur at Work
Chapter 9. Some Final Words
Appendix A. DIchotomy Tests to Determine Psychological Type
Appendix B. Players on the Socionics Stage: Aušra Augustinavičiūtė, Ekaterina Filatova, Victor Gulenko, Betty Lou Leaver, Dmytry Lytov