ENFPs and ESTPs are both charismatic and adaptable personalities; however, ENFPs are generally emotionally intuitive and creative, while ESTPs are objective and present-focused. ENFPs should communicate directly with ESTPs. ESTPs should address ENFPs in a kind, encouraging tone.
ENFPs tend to address issues by connecting emotionally, while ESTPs prefer to work through situations logically. ENFPs should communicate their perspective calmly and honestly with ESTPs, allowing ESTPs to sort through one situation at a time. ESTPs should listen intently to ENFPs, communicating their side in gently and patiently.
ENFPs are more likely to trust ESTPs who are supportive and encouraging, while ESTPs tend to trust ENFPs who communicate openly and avoid strong emotional reactions.
ENTPs and ESTPs work well with others and adapt easily to new situations. ENFPs tend to bring creative solutions and empathetic reasoning to a work environment, while ESTPs offer attention to detail and logical decision-making. ENFPs can help ESTPs consider how their decisions affect others, while ESTPs can help ENFPs learn to not take issues personally.
ENFPs and ESTPs both tend to adapt easily to new situations. Because they seek new experiences and opportunities, they usually welcome positive change. ENFPs and ESTPs can help other personalities see the benefits of a new situation.
ENFP and ESTP types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
ENFPs should avoid pushing ESTPs to open up emotionally, while ESTPs should getting too stuck in the details of a situation around ENFPs.
ENFP and ESTP types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
ENFPs can motivate ESTPs by sharing in a fun, new experience, while ESTPs can encourage ENFPs by affirming their creative contributions.
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