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All About the ENFJ Personality Type

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Description of ENFJs

ENFJ's are known as the "Mentors" of the 16 personality types.

They thrive on guiding others.

ENFJ's are focused on people, not things, not machines, not ideas, but people.

They are warm and caring and able to build deep relationships with others.

They are not logical and objective. Rather they base decisions on how they feel about a person or a situation.

As leaders, ENFJ's have phenomenal interpersonal skills, unique salesmanship abilities as well as charisma

They are adept at leading and facilitating teams.

Their natural ability to communicate and relate to others makes ENFJ's very good at persuading and even manipulating others.

ENFJ's are also fortunate in that they find it easy to do well in school.

ENFJ's are one of the most benevolent and altruistic of the 16 types.

ENFJ's are outgoing, intuitive people.

ENFJs prefer careers where:
  • Management allows people to be self directed
  • The work itself is personally meaningful and has value
  • Decisions and actions at work are in sync with your personal values
  • The work offers plenty of opportunities to make decisions
  • You are able to maintain control over your projects
  • The work allows you the opportunity to work with and meet a wide variety of people, rather than working alone most of the time
  • The work moves at a rapid, exciting pace
  • The environment and culture gives you opportunities to think through your ideas by talking about them
  • The work involves theory and speculation
  • The job is action oriented and provides for a wide variety of activities rather than being highly focused on a few tasks
  • The work involves creativity, imagination and a creative approach to problem solving
  • The work involves looking beyond the present i.e. future possibilities, future products, future actions
  • The work is not limited to what exists today but involves "what may be" and "what could be"
  • The atmosphere allows you to be warm and caring and to build strong interpersonal relationships
  • The work allows you to utilize your natural ability to provide others with direction and supervision
  • The environment is more structured and disciplined, being on time and following procedure is considered important

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For a complete understanding of ENFJs, check out the
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  • A full description of the ENFJ type and what each letter means
  • The 132 best careers for ENFJs
  • The 36 careers ENFJs must avoid
  • What drives and motivates ENFJs
  • What ENFJs value the most in life
  • Specific advice for ENFJs for getting along better with other types
  • The natural strengths and weaknesses found in most ENFJs
  • What ENFJs commonly do to sabotage their career and their relationships
  • What changes in behavior and interests can ENFJs expect as they approach mid life

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