I was talking to a friend of mine in the afternoon. He's interested in opening web sites, but I think he's too scattered and will end up doing nothing. I told him straight that, on my experience, what he proposes is already outdated (trying to sell commercial spaces) because there are many sites out there already and thus too much competition. To sell space you must have strong presence, as the amount you can charge is directly related to the amount of people you reach.
At this moment my friend "broke" saying "if you're being negative then I don't want to work with you" and I told him that one must consider the possible causes of failure as much as the ones for success. Then say "well, ok, let's do the opposite, tell me which reasons do you have to think it's going to be profitable". Then he replied "Know what? I don't want to tell you. I don't care to explain it to you. I know I can do it and the more people says I can't, the more effort I put to show them I can".
At this moment I lost any hope to get my friend to understand that I wasn't criticizing his person, but rather his ideas, like any good business partner must do.
My question is: how can an ENFp hit the PoLR of other ENFp? Something's off here.