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ENFPs At A Glance

ENFPs lead with Extraverted Intuition (Ne) which means they are extraverted towards novel and  stimulating ideas. These types tend to be good at brainstorming and pattern recognition, and may have a  tendency to go off on tangents as they jump from one new idea to another as they are speaking. They may  come off as scatterbrained to some but they are good at generating and offering new and creative solutions  to existing problems. 

Their auxiliary function is Introverted Feeling (Fi) which concerns their own personal values and emotions.  They are either aware of their own emotions at almost all times, or they strongly value taking time to  themselves to process their emotions so they can understand what they are feeling, often through art, music,  writing or some other form of artistic expression. They view expressing themselves as a deeply personal  endeavor and are usually disinclined to share an emotion unless they are genuinely feeling it.  

Their tertiary function is Extraverted Thinking (Te) which is their developing desire for facts, organization  and logical structure. ENFPs like quick and easy decision making and find collecting data in the service of  productivity to be easier than carefully critiquing the consistency of their own logic, values or beliefs. This  also represents the business-minded side of many ENFPs and their ability to make a profit out of their  hobbies and interests.  

Their inferior function is Introverted Sensing (Si) which is their subconscious desire for a measure of  tradition and familiarity. ENFPs may feel nostalgic for elements of their childhood and may learn to  appreciate a certain amount of structure and order in their lives to keep them more grounded, and they can  come to appreciate the importance of comfort and details.  

ENFPs are the quintessential free spirits, radiating enthusiasm and creativity. They are highly attuned to  the emotional environment and possess a strong desire to connect with others on a meaningful level. ENFPs  are drawn to possibilities and what could be, often seeing potential in people and situations that others might  overlook.

They are typically warm, passionate, and curious, always on the lookout for new opportunities to explore.  ENFPs excel in fields that allow them to utilize their natural communication skills, such as counseling,  teaching, and the arts. They often have a talent for inspiring and motivating those around them, encouraging  others to pursue their dreams and aspirations. 

ENFPs are known for their adaptability, able to thrive in a variety of settings and roles. They value  authenticity and personal expression, often seeking careers that align with their values and allow them to  express their individuality. 

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