ENFP types are generally very outgoing and lively, preferring to go out rather than stay in. They love conversing with other people and generally process their thoughts externally.
They are great problem solvers and enjoy figuring out how everything is connected. They tend to focus more on the future than the present.
Encouragers like to keep the peace and avoid conflict. They care more about subjective principles than logic and fact.
They are flexible and spontaneous, preferring to keep their options open. They dislike routines, schedules, and strict rules.
Every personality archetype has strengths and blind spots, and these are often amplified in professional settings where we often encounter a diverse group of people with vastly different backgrounds and value systems.
When people experience pain, stress, or dissatisfaction, it can usually be attributed to energy-draining activities. Therefore, it’s important to know what kinds of activities energize each personality type and which activities drain them.
ENFPs tend to thrive in a flexible, relaxed environment that offers them time to establish personal connections with others. They enjoy thoughtful work that allows them to pursue new opportunities, when needed.
ENFP types are charismatic and creative. They tend to do well in positions that allow them to entertain and problem-solve, without holding them to rigid schedules.
ENFPs can help more analytical, focused people consider the thoughts and feelings of others.
ENFPs can be energetic, spontaneous partners. They generally prefer to avoid conflict and maintain a peaceful relationship.
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