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Aligned Signs Blog

MBTI® Personality Type: ENFP, The “ Inspirers”

MBTI® Personality Type: ENFP, The “ Inspirers”

Posted in Myers-Briggs® on November 30, 2012
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The ENFP personality type of the Myers-Briggs® Personality Type Indicator is known as the "inspirers" (also known as “the idealists”). These people typically approach life with a go-getter, enthusiastic attitude; they are complete extroverts. They exude creativity and excitement; they loathe extreme routine in all settings and always bring an out-of-the-box perspective to their endeavors. ENFPs have many different hobbies and interests. It is not uncommon for those with this personality type to change careers many times throughout their lifetime. ENFPs constantly seek the most fulfilling life experiences.

Strengths:

The ENFP person is known for his above-average social skills. These people are outgoing, affectionate and inspirational. Their strong willed nature shines through their charismatic personality, making them excellent leaders both socially and professionally. The extremely energized ENFP person has a magnetic personality; people want to listen to them. Highly intuitive, ENFPs have a knack for understanding others’ thoughts and emotions. They are loyal friends and do not hesitate to help someone in need. In fact, they thoroughly enjoy helping others. 

Weaknesses:

As with any personality trait, too much of one thing is never good. Because ENFPs are so enthusiastic, they can be unrealistic in how many projects they can handle at once. This is not to say that this personality type cannot handle many projects at once, but there is a fine line between lots of projects and too many projects. Another typical personality trait of ENFPs is their strong dislike of routine. Since these people are always searching for the next best thing, they are easily bored and will try to avoid tedious tasks so they can focus on more exciting projects. ENFPs are also very sensitive to criticism and tend to hide from conflict.

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Relationships:

ENFPs make excellent lovers and friends. They are loyal and trustworthy partners with a strong will to maintain relationships. They are known to keep relationships interesting; they make sure their partner is always on their toes. However, they love nothing more than making their partner happy. Those dating an ENFP can rest assured that their needs will be met. They are very compatible with INTJs and INFJs. An ENFP is known for going above and beyond for their partner to ensure their happiness within the relationship. These inspirational personality types are proficient when it comes to communicating effectively with others, this also translates into their relationships. ENFPs desire their partner to be able to share their feelings freely and not be afraid to express themselves. A partner of an ENFP will usually count of them when it comes to making serious decisions that they could use some guidance or advice with.

Career:

Due to the ENFPs outgoing nature, this personality type thrives in careers that involve human interaction. Their intuitive nature makes them excellent candidates for jobs involving psychology and social work. They also make great writers, journalists and reporters. No matter which career route an ENFP decides to take, it is likely that they will change directions at some point to try something new. Some additional careers that an ENFP would be great at include:

  • Consultant
  • Actor
  • Entrepreneur
  • Scientist
  • Television reporter

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Famous ENFPs:

  • Mark Twain
  • Gwen Stefani
  • Jerry Seinfeld
  • Bob Dylan
  • Arianna Huffington

 

 

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Comments (2)

Jerry Seinfeld Fan posted on: February 9, 2013

There is no way Jerry Seinfeld is an ENFP. That man is not a P.

Cat posted on: April 30, 2013

Agreed, Jerry is no ENFP. He's likely an INTJ. Not only is he no P, he is definitely not a Feeler, "What is this salty discharge" Jerry asks, when he cries for the first time!

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