My profile is an ENTJ.
This is a burden, curse and blessing.
The trick has been to play the weaknesses and observe my reactions and watch others reactions.
I liken it to a race car in wet slippery conditions. I know how fast I can go, but how fast will the roads let me go? Can I tolerate some drifting and skidding, or is it time to slow down? Occasionally the road will surprise, and I need to be focussed and prepared for it, especially if I am pushing the limit.
So- an apology to those in the car with me that are uncomfortable: voice your concerns, hang on tight, and lets move it. I will listen and observe how my reactions affect others, and I will notice when you clench your teeth in the chicanes, and I will adapt as needed, but it is an unreliable self assessment and it is required that you occasionally help to remind me.
Dieter Wentzel, CPHR