ENFJs and ESTPs are very different; ENFJs are empathetic, creative, and organized, while ESTPs are practical, logical, and relaxed.
ENFJs should avoid using emotional language around ESTPs, while ESTPs should show empathy and support to ENFJs by allowing them to share openly.
ENFJs may have a difficult time addressing conflict. ESTPs should give ENFJs the space and support they need to feel safe and express themselves. ENFJs should be direct and open, allowing ESTPs to work through the problem systematically.
ENFJs are likely to trust ESTPs who are supportive and follow through with set commitments.
ESTPs tend to trust ENFJs who aren’t easily offended and work to express themselves more logically.
ENFJs bring creative solutions, organization, and empathy to a work environment. ENFJs can help ESTPs consider how their actions affect others.
ESTPs offer balanced, practical thinking and adaptability to a workplace. ESTPs can help ENFJs share their thoughts directly with others.
ENFJs tend to have a difficult time adapting to change, as they prefer consistent routine. ESTPs are naturally gifted at processing new situations, however, and can help ENFJs learn to embrace the positive aspects of change.
ENFJ and ESTP types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ENFJs should avoid pushing ESTPs to commit to long-term plans, while ESTPs should avoid being overly critical of ENFJs.
ENFJ and ESTP types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ENFJs can help motivate ESTPs by sharing in a new experience with them.
ESTPs can encourage ENFJs by frequently offering appreciation and support.
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