(Extravert, Intuitive, Feeler, Perceiver)
People of this type tend to be: enthusiastic, talkative, and outgoing; clever, curious, and playful; deeply caring, sensitive, and gentle; highly innovative, creative, optimistic, and unique; adaptable and resourceful but sometimes disorganized.
The most important thing to ENFPs is freedom to see possibilities, make connections, and be with a variety of people.
Great careers for ENFPs
Here are just a few popular and often satisfying careers for people
whose Personality Type is ENFP.
Advertising account executive
Career / outplacement counselor
Developer of educational software
Journalist / magazine reporter
Corporate team trainer
Residential housing director
Human resources profession
Child welfare counselor
How to Love an ENFP
Appreciate my creativity, curiosity, and uniqueness.
Tell me how much I mean to you and be patient with my need to process how I feel privately before sharing it with you.
Re-establish harmony quickly.
Support my need to try new experiences and maintain my many friendships.
Try not force decisions too quickly, or bug me about being messy.
Above all - encourage me to keep growing, changing, and experimenting with life.
The key to success lies in your ability to quickly size others up, and speak their language. Here are just a few clues for SpeedReading (understanding) and SpeedReaching (communicating with) ENFPs.
How to Spot ENFPs:
high energy, friendly, and good natured
imaginative, fun loving, and off beat
curious; discussions shift quickly from one topic to another
warm, concerned, and eager to help solve problems
Tips for Communicating with ENFPs:
Focus on interesting and innovative possibilities and new ways of solving problems
Don't overwhelm them with facts and details
Keep things relaxed, warm and flexible
[Source: Personality Type]
---So guess this is me... :)
But the test didn´t have so many options...