This Myers-Briggs personality is defined as being extraverted, intuitive, feeling, and judging.
This is one of the less common Myers-Briggs personalities, accounting for an estimated two percent of the population. This type of extravert is often well-loved wherever they go and is very dedicated to finding the right life-long companion. An ENFJ searching for love, however, may find it difficult to restrain their own negative traits which can doom a relationship. ENFJs are very tuned in to what others are feeling and they genuinely want those they care about to be happy. This need to be loved and accepted by others can go so deeply that an ENFJ may even drift into chameleon mode where he or she senses the moods and motives of others and imitates them.
Essentially, they will become the type of individual that others want to be around. They have a welcoming nature that makes them very approachable and trustworthy. This type of personality is more likely to overlook whether social actions are right or wrong because they become so consumed with social normalcies and expectations and are driven by the desire to be accepted by others. On the other hand, ENFJs may become so desperate for approval from others that they may behave oddly or outside of the realm of social regularity.
This may be portrayed as saying or doing something in public or around strangers that most people would consider inappropriate.
As mentioned earlier, ENFJ relationships are usually a lot of fun. ENFJ individuals are outgoing and will never cease to inspire and entertain a partner. ENFJs will put forth all of their efforts to give a relationship a genuine shot and are always looking for the long-haul relationship.
They are excellent communicators of their own thoughts and feelings and can also sense the needs of their partner, which makes for a very open and honest relationship. In the honeymoon phase ENFJs are dedicated and determined to show they can be good partners.
They typically avoid conflict, even at this stage, and so will encourage lots of deep conversations about how the relationship is going to ensure that both parties are on the same page. This is also when ENFJs natural urge to care for people starts to come out. Their new partner will usually find the ENFJ eager to help and to meld their lives together in the best way to help them reach their goals. In the long term, ENFJs need to get over their avoidance of conflict if they want a healthy romantic relationship.
They have an interest in their children's potential and want to inspire them to develop it. They bring fun and warmth into the equation, and are willing to work hard to make things work. What do you do for a career because this is also spot on for me. In the event that a relationship fails, the ENFJ will feel a lot of guilt, and take on blame for the failure, but they will move on with their lives with relative ease, without looking backwards. At the end of it, both agree that compromises need to be made. Yeah, you're right there! As they grow older, their children will inevitably see the manipulative tendencies for what they are, and will begin to question their parents' value systems, and strongly resent being forced to comply with a set of values which may be somewhat hippocritical.
Every relationship has conflict, and avoiding it only causes worse problems down the track. Unfortunately, this is a truth that ENFJs often avoid in favor of keeping the peace in the present moment. This is something they need to work on for a long term, lasting relationship. ENFJs also need to be aware of their sometimes overwhelming need to help others. Their desire to keep the other person happy can actually undermine their relationship because few people can match the ENFJs dedication in relationships.
ENFJs need to be aware that other types are looking for different things and try to balance their need to please their partner with taking care of their own needs at the same time. ENFJs are very sensitive to criticism and can become highly emotional and even punishing when their feelings are hurt. However, they have great insight about people, emotions and motivations; they are often able to put this talent to use in resolving things.
The ideal mate for an ENFJ appreciates their compassion, support, and dedication to helping others, and makes an effort to understand the ENFJ's feelings and values. As parents, ENFJs take an active and enthusiastic role in guiding the development of their children. They enjoy teaching their children the ways of the world, and set forth clear ideas of right and wrong in a warm and supportive way.
ENFJs have high expectations for their children, and often envision bright futures for them.
They have an interest in their children's potential and want to inspire them to develop it. They can sometimes idealize their children, becoming disappointed when they don't live up to expectations.
They may take their children's misbehavior personally, feeling that they have failed to instill their own strong values. People of the following types are more likely than most to share the ENFJ's values, interests, and general approach to life. They won't necessarily agree on everything, and there's no guarantee they'll always get along, but they're more likely to feel an easy rapport and have plenty of things in common.
People of the following types are likely to strike the ENFJ as similar in character, but with some key differences which may make them seem especially intriguing. The ENFJ may find people of these types particularly interesting and attractive to get to know. Relationships between ENFJs and these types should have a good balance of commonalities and opportunities to challenge one another.
ENFJs may not feel an immediate connection with people of the following types, but on getting to know each other, they'll likely find they have some important things in common, as well as some things to teach one other. Although people of these types may not attract the ENFJ initially, their relationships present a lot of potential to complement and learn from one other. People of the following types present the most potential for personality clash and conflict with the ENFJ, but also the best opportunities for growth.
Because people of these types have fundamentally different values and motivations from the ENFJ's, initially, it may seem impossible to relate. But because they are so different, their strengths are the ENFJ's weaknesses, and if they are able to develop a relationship, they can learn a tremendous amount from each other. Myers-Briggs is not a 'truth' test. There is no such thing as a good of bad personality type. It doesn't measure or predict behaviour. There are different psychometric assessments that achieve that. If people lack clarity about their preferences it will show as lower scores on Type characteristics.
This can be the result of working in a work environment or organisation where the dominant Type is different from our own personality Type. Our job may require us to develop skills that would not be our natural preference. And it is possible to develop those skills to a high level.
But, under pressure these skills may cause us to feel more stressed than if we play to our natural strengths. Myers-Briggs is a great way to review, reflect, abd discover how we may best achieve our personal potential in a career and personal relationships. Well, hello ENFJ mates!! This New Era revolution really has the potential for changing the world into more positive, productive, and fruitful communities by collaborating together. Kind regards to all from Mexico City. I have been fortunate to have been allowed to be myself in the jobs that I had.
I was always the one everyone came to with problems and I was always the one who reached out to help them. I didn't have a degree.
But I was a counselor and spiritual adviser in one of my jobs. If you stay true to your goal, you have many opportunities to help the world. Everyone you met is there for a reason and just tune in and learn all you can and teach all you can also. People just call me crazy because im so passionate about humanity and im very open with my emotions. I know how you feel Those individuals should be your fuel.
Failure, rejection, and doubt are some motivational tactics of getting to where you want to be.
It's tough to hear but proving them wrong feels so much better. You could also try studying Pedagogy and do a master in Corporate training. There you will get to motivate and inspire other people. Les Brown says don't worry about the how. Worrying about the how will make you waste precious time.
Jump and grow your wings on the way down. Listen to him on YouTube and follow him on FB. It will change your life. This pretty much describes me. I agree with almost all of it!!
But one thing, I love computers and programming Is this wrong, or do I just see computing as "furthering humanity.