ENFP Personality – Conclusion

Few personality types are as creative and charismatic as ENFPs. Their enthusiasm and vivid imagination allow ENFPs to overcome many challenging obstacles, more often than not brightening the lives of those around them. ENFPs’ creativity is invaluable in many areas, including their own personal growth.

Yet ENFPs can be easily tripped up in areas where their idealism and passion are more of a liability than an asset. Whether it is navigating interpersonal conflicts, confronting unpleasant facts, pursuing self-realization, or finding a career path that aligns well with your inner core, you may face numerous challenges that at times can even make you question who you really are.

Campaigner (ENFP) personality

What you have read so far is just an introduction and less than 5% of what we can tell you about the ENFP personality type. You may have muttered to yourself, “wow, this is so accurate it’s creepy”, or “they know more about me than people I’m closest to”. And you may even be a little uncomfortable because you are really not used to being understood.

This is not a trick. You felt understood because you were. And no, we did not spy on you – rather, we spent years studying ENFPs’ life stories, experiences, and responses to hundreds of our surveys. Step by step, insight by insight, we discovered exactly how ENFPs think, and what they need to reach their full potential.

This is how we know that many of the challenges you’ve faced and will face in the future have been overcome by other ENFPs. You are not alone in this. You simply need to learn from mistakes and successes of others.

But in order to do that, you need a roadmap that fits your needs. Life is too short to stumble around grasping at scattered and contradictory advice that may work for 95% of the population, but not you. We now need to go much deeper into the ENFP mind and answer “why?”, “how?” and “what if?”

Are you ready to learn why ENFPs act in the way they do? What motivates and inspires you? What you are afraid of and what you secretly dream about? How you can unlock your true, exceptional potential, while also staying true to who you are?

Our Academy provides a roadmap towards a more focused, confident, and successful you. It’s not for everyone – you need to be willing to challenge yourself, to face your fears, and to ask and answer questions you haven’t asked yourself before. This is not a quick-fix solution, nor an easy shortcut. Our goal is to help you grow and become the person you are meant to be, not to simply give you a comfortable mask to put on.

Are you ready to begin your journey? Then continue to the next section. We’ll be waiting for you in the Academy.

Andrew
4 years ago
Thank you for this free and useful information. It encourages one to take a step further into working well with one's natural way. The old saying know thyself is so important and yet so many of us have not endeavoured far in building out our emotional intelligence and moral intelligence. Yet research such as the Carnegie Institute show that financial success depends more on this than our IQ. Perhaps another factor to consider is subconscious family learnt factors imbedded often by 4 years old which may be holding us back would be good to build awareness of and where disfunctional to see, feel, go through and let go so one can truly grow more into their natural self rather than living for example, suffering obligations of love, that are not serving all well.
Mark
4 years ago
Pretty good. I'm a music teacher and the job suits me to a tee!! (as long as I have the freedom to teach what and how I want!)
Tijana
4 years ago
Great stuff! I do act, I am studying journalism and plan to study diplomacy. As well I write poetry and plays and am interested in physics. Have I sad too much? :) Maybe you should consider adding some linguistic jobs as translator, and designer. And world traveler. I am telling you from experience. :) Anyway, great job you have done.
Vinnie
4 years ago
I am a pharmacist, and i love my job. for those who are ENFP, i think i will be an excellent career for you too. very very accurate description of me.
Christina
4 years ago
Occupational therapy is a great career for this type! This is especially true for OT' s practicing in schools or home-based pediatric intervention. "Imagineers" is who we are!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Hi Christina, That sounds interesting. I do creative career consulting which allows me to use my "idea generating" mind. Who do you work for? I like the term "Imagineers"
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