INFJs and ENFPs are both Intuitive, Feeling personalities, meaning they tend to process emotionally and focus their attention on the bigger picture. However, INFJs tend to follow schedules and prefer to spend time alone or in small groups, while ENFPs are generally more flexible in their plans and thrive in larger group settings. INFJs should work to build personal connections with ENFPs, while ENFPs should allow INFJs space to recharge by communicating via email when necessary.
Since INFJs and ENFPs are both Feeling personalities, they should each focus on expressing the emotional impact of a situation, while remaining empathetic to one another. To avoid stress, INFJs and ENFPs should both be open about their perspectives and ENFPs should encourage INFJs to take space to reflect, if needed.
INFJs tend to trust ENFPs who follow through on set commitments, while ENFPs are more likely to trust INFJs who allow them the freedom to follow a loose schedule.
Both INFJs and ENFPs bring creative solutions and empathy to a workplace; however, INFJs also offer commitment and dedication, while ENFPs offer a flexible attitude. INFJs can help ENFPs achieve their professional goals. ENFPs can help INFJs step outside of their comfort zone and try new things.
Due to their Perceiving trait, ENFPs tend to be naturally accepting of new situations. INFJs may have a more difficult time since they tend to prefer consistency. ENFPs should help INFJs focus on the positive aspects of change and create a new plan or routine.
INFJ and ENFP types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
INFJs should avoid pushing ENFPs to follow a strict routine, while ENFPs should avoid being too unpredictable or inconsistent around INFJs.
INFJ and ENFP types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
INFJs can motivate ENFPs by encouraging them to pursue new experiences, while ENFPs can motivate INFJs by affirming their positive contributions to the community.
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