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ENFP Snapshot

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A quick overview of the ENFP personality type.

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ENFP Snapshot

  1. 1. Extraverted Energy Style ‣ enthusiastic, gregarious, sociable, expressive iNtuitive Cognitive Style ‣ creative, imaginative, unconventional, progressive Feeling Values Style ‣ passionate, empathetic, supportive, warm Perceiving Life Style ‣ open-minded, spontaneous, adaptable, whimsical Bill Clinton Julie AndrewsRobin Williams Drew Barrymore Dr. SeussPhil Donahue famous ENFPs include... In a Nutshell ENFPs are people-centered creators with a focus on possibilities and a contagious enthusiasm for new ideas, people and activities. Energetic, warm, and passionate, ENFPs love to help other people explore their their creative potential. ENFPs tend to be curious about others and preoccupied with discovering the deeper meaning in people and ideas. They want authentic experience and often seek emotional intensity. ENFPs prize individuality and often consider the pursuit of happiness to be the highest priority in life, both for themselves and for others. They place great importance on personal freedom and self-expression, and want to be able to go wherever inspiration leads. Key Motivators ‣ Expressing creativity ‣ Embracing new experience ‣ Understanding people ‣ Providing acceptance and support Core Values ‣ Curiosity ‣ Self-Expression ‣ Variety ‣ Adaptability ©2014 by Truity Psychometrics LLC. This document is offered as a free resource. Please DON'T cut, abridge, or edit it in any way, but DO feel free to use, share, and print it in its original, complete format. For more free resources please visit www.typefinder.com.

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