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ENFPs: Discover your Personality Profile with MBTI


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For those who know their profile - here is the next Infographic in our series on MBTI personality profiles. If you are an ENFP you may enjoy finding out just what it is that makes you tick and what careers you are best suited to.

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ENFPs: Discover your Personality Profile with MBTI

  1. 1. ENFP E X T R O V E R S I O N | I N T U I T I O N | F E E L I N G | P E R C E I V I N G & the future. ENFPs are  keenly perceptive & insightful about the  present about people "ANYTHING'S POSSIBLE" THEIR CORE People-centered creators with a focus on possibilities & for new ideas, people & activities. a contagious enthusiasm experience a wide range Value harmony & goodwill & of feelings & intense emotions. Typically agile & expressive communicators using their wit, humour & mastery of language to create engaging stories.  Moderately common type  general population  of the 6%  8%  10% women men Scored among highest of all types in available resources for coping with stress. Overrepresented among academically talented elementary school students.  Rated by psychologists as among most likely of all types to have trouble in school Personal values include Home & Family, Friendships, Creativity, Learning, and Community Service Commonly found in careers in...  counselling, teaching, religion & the arts. STATISTICS Curious, creative & imaginative Energetic, enthusiastic & spontaneous   easily bored by details & repetition    Cooperative & supportive  Warm, friendly & caring ENFPs ARE LIKELY TO BE... Lets them work with a diverse group of people on a variety of projects, motivated by creative inspiration. Rarely requires them to handle the follow-through, routine details, or maintenance of a system or project. Lets them work at their own pace & schedule, with a minimum of rules or structure & the freedom to act spontaneously.  Is consistent with their personal beliefs and values & lets them create opportunities that benefit others. Is done in a friendly & relaxed environment with humour, goodwill, & a minimum of interpersonal conflict. CAREER SATISFACTION means doing work that: WORK-RELATED STRENGTHS Understand how people & groups work & COMPELLING in pursuing what is important to them Find meaning & significance readily & see CONNECTIONS that others don’t  Adapt easily  to others' needs & wishes when POSSIBLE Do not judge  others' dreams & discuss their IMAGINATIVE fantasies with warm intensity 1. Confident moving ahead & their ENTHUSIASM brings others along with them 2. 3. 4. 5. THE FINAL WORD...  "Their enthusiasm is BOUNDLESS & is often contagious, making them the most VIVACIOUS of all the types, and also inspiring others to join their cause."   David Keirsey, Please Understand Me II FOR MORE EXPERT CAREER TIPS... FOLLOW US ONLINE! SOURCES: Paul D. Tieger, Barbara Barron & Kelly Tieger. Do What You Are Isabel Briggs-Myers, Mary H. McCaulley, Naomi L. Quenk, and Allen L. Hammer. MBTI Manual