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glance can awaken joy. Your words can inspire freedom. Your every act can open hearts and
David Deida

ENFJs are natural-born leaders, full of passion and charisma. Forming around
two percent of the population, they are oftentimes our politicians, our coaches
and our teachers, reaching out and inspiring others to achieve and to do good
in the world. With a natural confidence that begets influence, ENFJs take a
great deal of pride and joy in guiding others to work together to improve
themselves and their community.

Firm Believers in the People

People are drawn to strong personalities, and ENFJs radiate authenticity,
concern and altruism, unafraid to stand up and speak when they feel
something needs to be said. They find it natural and easy to communicate
with others, especially in person, and their Intuitive (N) trait helps people with
the ENFJ personality type to reach every mind, be it through facts and logic or
raw emotion. ENFJs easily see people's motivations and seemingly
disconnected events, and are able to bring these ideas together and
communicate them as a common goal with an eloquence that is nothing short
of mesmerizing.
The interest ENFJs have in others is genuine, almost to a fault when they
believe in someone, they can become too involved in the other person's
problems, place too much trust in them. Luckily, this trust tends to be a selffulfilling prophesy, as ENFJs' altruism and authenticity inspire those they care
about to become better themselves. But if they aren't careful, they can
overextend their optimism, sometimes pushing others further than they're
ready or willing to go.
ENFJs are vulnerable to another snare as well: they have a tremendous
capacity for reflecting on and analyzing their own feelings, but if they get too
caught up in another person's plight, they can develop a sort of emotional
hypochondria, seeing other people's problems in themselves, trying to fix
something in themselves that isn't wrong. If they get to a point where they are
held back by limitations someone else is experiencing, it can hinder ENFJs'
ability to see past the dilemma and be of any help at all. When this happens,
it's important for ENFJs to pull back and use that self-reflection to distinguish
between what they really feel, and what is a separate issue that needs to be
looked at from another perspective.

...The Struggle Ought Not to Deter Us From the Support of

a Cause We Believe to Be Just
ENFJs are genuine, caring people who talk the talk and walk the walk, and
nothing makes them happier than leading the charge, uniting and motivating
their team with infectious enthusiasm.
People with the ENFJ personality type are passionate altruists, sometimes
even to a fault, and they are unlikely to be afraid to take the slings and arrows
while standing up for the people and ideas they believe in. It is no wonder that
many famous ENFJs are US Presidents this personality type wants to lead

the way to a brighter future, whether it's by leading a nation to prosperity, or

leading their little league softball team to a hard-fought victory.


ENFJ Strengths

Tolerant ENFJs are true team players, and they recognize that that
means listening to other peoples' opinions, even when they contradict
their own. They admit they don't have all the answers, and are often
receptive to dissent, so long as it remains constructive.
Reliable The one thing that galls ENFJs the most is the idea of letting
down a person or cause they believe in. If it's possible, ENFJs can
always be counted on to see it through.
Charismatic Charm and popularity are qualities ENFJs have in
spades. They instinctively know how to capture an audience, and pick
up on mood and motivation in ways that allow them to communicate
with reason, emotion, passion, restraint whatever the situation calls
for. Talented imitators, ENFJs are able to shift their tone and manner to
reflect the needs of the audience, while still maintaining their own voice.
Altruistic Uniting these qualities is ENFJs' unyielding desire to do
good in and for their communities, be it in their own home or the global
stage. Warm and selfless, ENFJs genuinely believe that if they can just
bring people together, they can do a world of good.

Natural Leaders More than seeking authority themselves, ENFJs

often end up in leadership roles at the request of others, cheered on by
the many admirers of their strong personality and positive vision.
ENFJ Weaknesses

Overly Idealistic People with the ENFJ personality type can be

caught off guard as they find that, through circumstance or nature, or
simple misunderstanding, people fight against them and defy the
principles they've adopted, however well-intentioned they may be. They
are more likely to feel pity for this opposition than anger, and can earn a
reputation of navet.
Too Selfless ENFJs can bury themselves in their hopeful promises,
feeling others' problems as their own and striving hard to meet their
word. If they aren't careful, they can spread themselves too thin, and be
left unable to help anyone.
Too Sensitive While receptive to criticism, seeing it as a tool for
leading a better team, it's easy for ENFJs to take it a little too much to
heart. Their sensitivity to others means that ENFJs sometimes feel
problems that aren't their own and try to fix things they can't fix, worrying
if they are doing enough.
Fluctuating Self-Esteem ENFJs define their self-esteem by whether
they are able to live up to their ideals, and sometimes ask for criticism
more out of insecurity than out of confidence, always wondering what
they could do better. If they fail to meet a goal or to help someone they
said they'd help, their self-confidence will undoubtedly plummet.

Struggle to Make Tough Decisions If caught between a rock and a

hard place, ENFJs can be stricken with paralysis, imagining all the
consequences of their actions, especially if those consequences are

People who share the ENFJ personality type feel most at home when they are
in a relationship, and few types are more eager to establish a loving
commitment with their chosen partners. ENFJs take dating and relationships
seriously, selecting partners with an eye towards the long haul, rather than the
more casual approach that might be expected from some Explorer (SP) types.
There's really no greater joy for ENFJs than to help along the goals of
someone they care about, and the interweaving of lives that a committed
relationship represents is the perfect opportunity to do just that.
I'm a Slow Walker, but I Never Walk Back

Even in the dating phase, people with the ENFJ personality type are ready to
show their commitment by taking the time and effort to establish themselves
as dependable, trustworthy partners.

Their Intuitive (N) trait helps them to keep up with the rapidly shifting moods
that are common early in relationships, but ENFJs will still rely on
conversations about their mutual feelings, checking the pulse of the
relationship by asking how things are, and if there's anything else they can do.
While this can help to keep conflict, which ENFJs abhor, to a minimum, they
also risk being overbearing or needy ENFJs should keep in mind that
sometimes the only thing that's wrong is being asked what's wrong too often.

ENFJs don't need much to be happy, just to know that their partner is happy,
and for their partner to express that happiness through visible affection.
Making others' goals come to fruition is often the chiefest concern of ENFJs,
and they will spare no effort in helping their partner to live the dream. If they
aren't careful though, ENFJs' quest for their partners' satisfaction can leave
them neglecting their own needs, and it's important for them to remember to
express those needs on occasion, especially early on.
You Cannot Escape the Responsibility of Tomorrow by Evading It Today

ENFJs' tendency to avoid any kind of conflict, sometimes even sacrificing their
own principles to keep the peace, can lead to long-term problems if these
efforts never fully resolve the underlying issues that they mask. On the other
hand, people with the ENFJ personality type can sometimes be too
preemptive in resolving their conflicts, asking for criticisms and suggestions in
ways that convey neediness or insecurity. ENFJs invest their emotions wholly
in their relationships, and are sometimes so eager to please that it actually
undermines the relationship this can lead to resentment, and even the
failure of the relationship. When this happens, ENFJs experience strong
senses of guilt and betrayal, as they see all their efforts slip away.
If potential partners appreciate these qualities though, and make an effort
themselves to look after the needs of their ENFJ partners, they will enjoy long,
happy, passionate relationships. ENFJs are known to be dependable lovers,
perhaps more interested in routine and stability than spontaneity in their sex
lives, but always dedicated to the selfless satisfaction of their partners.
Ultimately, ENFJ personality types believe that the only true happiness is
mutual happiness, and that's the stuff successful relationships are made of.

When it comes to friendships, ENFJs are anything but passive. While some
personality types may accept the circumstantial highs and lows of friendship,
their feelings waxing and waning with the times, ENFJs will put active effort
into maintaining these connections, viewing them as substantial and
important, not something to let slip away through laziness or inattention.
This philosophy of genuine connection is core to the ENFJ personality type,
and while it is visible in the workplace and in romance, it is clearest in the
breadth and depth of ENFJ friendships.

All My Life I Have Tried to Pluck a Thistle and Plant a Flower Wherever the Flower
Would Grow...

People with the ENFJ personality type take genuine pleasure in getting to
know other people, and have no trouble talking with people of all types and
modes of thought. Even in disagreement, other perspectives are fascinating to
ENFJs though like most people, they connect best with individuals who
share their principles and ideals, and Diplomats (NF) and Analysts (NT) are
best able to explore ENFJs' viewpoints with them, which are simply too
idealistic for most. It is with these closest friends that ENFJs will truly open up,
keeping their many other connections in a realm of lighthearted but genuine
support and encouragement.
Others truly value their ENFJ friends, appreciating the warmth, kindness, and
sincere optimism and cheer they bring to the table. ENFJs want to be the best
friends possible, and it shows in how they work to find out not just the
superficial interests of their friends, but their strengths, passions, hopes and
dreams. Nothing makes ENFJs happier than to see the people they care
about do well, and they are more than happy to take their own time and
energy to help make it happen.
We Should Be Too Big to Take Offense, and Too Noble to Give It

While ENFJs enjoy lending this helping hand, other personality types may
simply not have the energy or drive to keep up with it creating further strain,
people with the ENFJ personality type can become offended if their efforts
aren't reciprocated when the opportunity arises. Ultimately, ENFJs' give and
take can become stifling to types who are more interested in the moment than
the future, or who simply have Identities that rest firmly on the Assertive side,

making them content with who they are and uninterested in the sort of selfimprovement and goal-setting that ENFJs hold so dear.
When this happens ENFJ personalities can be critical, if they believe it
necessary. While usually tactful and often helpful, if their friend is already
annoyed by ENFJs' attempts to push them forward, it can simply cause them
to dig in their heels further. ENFJs should try to avoid taking this personally
when it happens, and relax their inflexibility into an occasional "live and let
live" attitude.
Ultimately though, ENFJs will find that their excitement and unyielding
optimism will yield them many satisfying relationships with people who
appreciate and share their vision and authenticity. The joy ENFJs take in
moving things forward means that there is always a sense of purpose behind
their friendships, creating bonds that are not easily shaken.

As natural leaders, ENFJs make excellent parents, striving to strike a balance
between being encouraging and supportive friends to their children, while also
working to instil strong values and a sense of personal responsibility. If there's
one strong trend with the ENFJ personality type, it's that they are a bedrock of
empathetic support, not bullheadedly telling people what they ought to do, but
helping them to explore their options and encouraging them to follow their
ENFJ parents will encourage their children to explore and grow, recognizing
and appreciating the individuality of the people they bring into this world and
help to raise.

Whatever You Are, Be a Good One

ENFJ parents take pride in nurturing and inspiring strong values, and they
take care to ensure that the basis for these values comes from understanding,
not blind obedience. Whatever their children need in order to learn and grow,
ENFJ parents give the time and energy necessary to provide it. While in their
weaker moments they may succumb to more manipulative behavior, ENFJs
mostly rely on their charm and idealism to make sure their children take these
lessons to heart.
Owing to their aversion to conflict, ENFJ parents strive to ensure that their
homes provide a safe and conflict-free environment. While they can deliver
criticism, it's not ENFJs' strong suit, and laying down the occasionally
necessary discipline won't come naturally. But, people with the ENFJ
personality type have high standards for their children, encouraging them to
be the best they can be, and when these confrontations do happen, they try to
frame the lessons as archetypes, moral constants in life which they hope their
children will embrace.
As their children enter adolescence, they begin to truly make their own
decisions, sometimes contrary to what their parents want while ENFJs will
do their best to meet this with grace and humor, they can feel hurt, and even
unloved, in the face of this rebellion. ENFJs are sensitive, and if their child
goes so far as to launch into criticisms, they may become truly upset, digging
in their heels and locking horns.

All That I Am, or Hope to Be, I Owe to My Angel

Luckily, these occasions will likely be rare. ENFJs' intuition gives them a talent
for understanding, and regardless of the heat of the moment, their children will
move on, remembering the genuine warmth, care, love and encouragement
they've always received from their ENFJ parents. They grow up feeling the
lessons that have been woven into the fabric of their character, and recognize
that they are the better for their parents' efforts.

When it comes to finding a career, people with the ENFJ personality type cast
their eyes towards anything that lets them do what they love most helping

other people! Lucky for them, people like being helped, and are even willing to
pay for it, which means that ENFJs are rarely wanting for inspiration and
opportunity in their search for meaningful work.

Don't Worry When You Are Not Recognized, but Strive to Be Worthy of Recognition

ENFJs take a genuine interest in other people, approaching them with warm
sociability and a helpful earnestness that rarely goes unnoticed. Altruistic
careers like social and religious work, teaching, counseling, and advising of all
sorts are popular avenues, giving people with the ENFJ personality type a
chance to help others learn, grow, and become more independent. This
attitude, alongside their social skills, emotional intelligence and tendency to be
that person who knows everybody, can be adapted to quite a range of other
careers as well, making ENFJs natural HR administrators, event coordinators,
and politicians anything that helps a community or organization to operate
more smoothly.
To top it all off, ENFJs are able to express themselves both creatively and
honestly, allowing them to approach positions as sales representatives and
advertising consultants from a certain idealistic perspective, intuitively picking
up on the needs and wants of their customers, and working to make them
happier. However, ENFJs need to make sure they get to focus on people, not
systems and spreadsheets, and they are unlikely to have the stomach for
making the sort of decisions required in corporate governance positions they
will feel haunted, knowing that their decision cost someone their job, or that
their product cost someone their life.
Having a preference for Intuition (N) over Observation (S) also means that
careers demanding exceptional situational awareness, such as law

enforcement, military service, and emergency response, will cause ENFJs to

burn out quickly. While great at organizing willing parties and winning over
skeptics, in dangerous situations ENFJs just won't be able to maintain the sort
of focus on their immediate physical surroundings that they inevitably demand
of themselves hour after hour, day after day.
Always Bear in Mind That Your Own Resolution to Succeed Is More Important Than Any

It makes a great deal more sense for ENFJs to be the force keeping these
vital services organized and running well, taking their long-term views, people
skills and idealism, and using them to shape the situation on the ground, while
more physical personality types manage the moment-to-moment crises.
People with the ENFJ personality type are always up for a good challenge
and nothing thrills them quite like helping others. But while willing to train the
necessary skills, ENFJs will always show an underlying preference for the sort
of help that draws a positive long-term trend, that effects change that really
At the heart of it, ENFJs need to see how the story ends, to feel and
experience the gratitude and appreciation of the people they've helped in
order to be happy.
Careers operating behind enemy lines and arriving at the scene of the crime
too late to help will simply weigh on ENFJs' sensitive hearts and minds,
especially if criticized despite their efforts. On the other hand, ENFJs are a
driven, versatile group, and that same vision that pulls them towards
administration and politics can help them focus through the stress of the
moment, knowing that each second of effort contributes to something bigger
than themselves.


People with the ENFJ personality type are intelligent, warm, idealistic,
charismatic, creative, social... With this wind at their backs, ENFJs are able to
thrive in many diverse roles, at any level of seniority. Moreover, they are
simply likeable people, and this quality propels them to success wherever they
have a chance to work with others.
ENFJ Subordinates

As subordinates, ENFJs will often underestimate themselves nevertheless,

they quickly make an impression on their managers. Quick learners and
excellent multitaskers, people with the ENFJ personality type are able to take
on multiple responsibilities with competence and good cheer. ENFJs are
hardworking, reliable and eager to help but this can all be a double-edged
sword, as some managers will take advantage of ENFJs' excellent quality of
character by making too many requests and overburdening their ENFJ
subordinates with extra work. ENFJs are conflict-averse and try to avoid
unnecessary criticism, and in all likelihood will accept these extra tasks in an
attempt to maintain a positive impression and frictionless environment.

ENFJ Colleagues

As colleagues, ENFJs' desire to assist and cooperate is even more evident as

they draw their coworkers into teams where everyone can feel comfortable
expressing their opinions and suggestions, working together to develop winwin situations that get the job done. ENFJs' tolerance, open-mindedness and
easy sociability make it easy for them to relate to their colleagues, but also
make it perhaps a little too easy for their colleagues to shift their problems
onto ENFJs' plates. Being Diplomats (NF), people with the ENFJ personality
type are sensitive to the needs of others, and their role as a social nexus
means that problems inevitably find their way to ENFJs' doorsteps, where
colleagues will find a willing, if overburdened, associate.
ENFJ Managers

While perfectly capable as subordinates and colleagues, ENFJs' true calling,

where their capacity for insightful and inspiring communication and sensitivity
to the needs of others really shows, is in managing teams. As managers,

ENFJs combine their skill in recognizing individual motivations with their

natural charisma to not only push their teams and projects forward, but to
make their teams want to push forward. They may sometimes stoop to
manipulation, the alternative often being a more direct confrontation, but
ENFJs' end goal is always to get done what they set out to do in a way that
leaves everyone involved satisfied with their roles and the results they
achieved together.


Few personality types are as inspiring and charismatic as ENFJs. Their
idealism and vision allow ENFJs to overcome many challenging obstacles,
more often than not brightening the lives of those around them. ENFJs'
imagination is invaluable in many areas, including their own personal growth.
Yet ENFJs can be easily tripped up in areas where idealism and altruism are
more of a liability than an asset. Whether it is finding (or keeping) a partner,
staying calm under pressure, reaching dazzling heights on the career ladder
or making difficult decisions, ENFJs need to put in a conscious effort to
develop their weaker traits and additional skills.

What you have read so far is just an introduction into the complex concept
that is the ENFJ personality type. You may have muttered to yourself, "wow,
this is so accurate it's a little creepy" or "finally, someone understands me!"
You may have even asked "how do they know more about me than the people
I'm closest to?"
This is not a trick. You felt understood because you were. We've studied how
ENFJs think and what they need to reach their full potential. And no, we did

not spy on you many of the challenges you've faced and will face in the
future have been overcome by other ENFJs. You simply need to learn how
they succeeded.
But in order to do that, you need to have a plan, a personal roadmap. The
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where you want to go. We have told you how ENFJs tend to behave in certain
circumstances and what their key strengths and weaknesses are. Now we
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Code: ENFJ-A
Role: Diplomat
Strategy: People Mastery
This trait determines how we interact with our environment.

Extraverted individuals prefer group activities and get energized by social interaction. They
tend to be more enthusiastic and more easily excited than introverts.

This trait shows where we direct our mental energy.


Intuitive individuals are very imaginative, open-minded and curious. They prefer novelty
over stability and focus on hidden meanings and future possibilities.

This trait determines how we make decisions and cope with emotions.

Feeling individuals are sensitive and emotionally expressive. They are more empathic and
less competitive than Thinking types, and focus on social harmony and cooperation.

This trait reflects our approach to work, planning and decision-making.

Judging individuals are decisive, thorough and highly organized. They value clarity,
predictability and closure, preferring structure and planning to spontaneity.

This trait underpins all others, showing how confident we are in our abilities and decisions.

Assertive individuals are self-assured, even-tempered and resistant to stress. They refuse
to worry too much and do not push themselves too hard when it comes to achieving goals.


Shared traits: Intuitive and Feeling

Diplomats Advocates, Mediators, Protagonists, and Campaigners tend to be warm, caring,
and generous individuals, shining in diplomacy and counselling. These personality types promote
cooperation and harmony, tolerating discord only as a step towards positive change. Their
perceptive abilities seemingly go deeper than the traditional senses its as if they have a full set
of tuning forks in their hearts that can resonate with peoples emotional states, and this
empathetic sensitivity creates deep connections with others.
This is not as mystical as it can seem. Diplomat personalities deeply value understanding, and a
lifetime of self-reflection grants them insights into others motivations that they might not even
understand themselves. Diplomats can use this to shape the way others feel, but it would be out
of character for them to use this for ill.
Diplomats people skills nurture friendship and healing with pure, genuine empathy. Causing
distress feels to them like wounding their own psyche, so they prefer to gently nudge loved ones
and strangers alike in a positive direction. Diplomats find the ideals of humanism rewarding:
kindness, understanding, altruism, and growth warm them like a bonfire on a chilly autumn day.
These personality types envision a prismatic, kind world.
The Intuitive trait plays a big part in this optimism, but it also makes Diplomats sensitive to
injustices that would jeopardize that ideal world. They can be aggressive against forces they
perceive as evil, and are capable of steely action when they feel they have moral high ground.
Diplomats sensitive emotions may flare to outright combativeness if provoked; with selfrighteous momentum and weighty ideals, these personality types can steamroll others. If they let
inspiration trump rationality unchecked, they can sometimes go too far, damaging the very
causes they hold dear, however justified the outrage.
Tempering this passion with cold practicality is a challenge for Diplomats. They are often
reluctant to make and carry out tough decisions or plans lacking in empathy, and often struggle
with carrying out a plan at all. They find greater satisfaction in abstract self-exploration and
understanding the issues that affect those least able to defend themselves than mundane
accomplishments and day-to-day tasks. Diplomats emphasize experience and understanding
rather than calculable achievement.
Among friends and family, Diplomat personalities can range from quietly caring to brightly
gregarious, so long as they can pursue the mutual exchange of thoughts and feelings they value
so highly. But they can overextend themselves in this more personal aspect of their lives as well
emotionally, physically, or even financially. Diplomats open hearts make them vulnerable
when others arent as considerate, though they wouldnt have it any other way. Someone must
trust first, and they will almost always be the volunteer.
Diplomats embrace travel as readily as anyone they like exploring other cultures and peoples
colorful ways. These personality types are creatively inclined, often practicing artistic expression
in diverse forms, and see magical beauty where others see the hum-drum of daily life. For a
group with such progressive attitudes, they also appreciate seeing things as they are, a pure

expression of a way of thinking and being. Diplomats can be passionately inspired by

experiences: music, cuisine, theater, nature, and anything else that goes beyond the obvious can
rise to divine art in their eyes.
Like a gardener planting in fertile earth, Diplomats seed the world around them with progressive
change and gentle beauty. Diplomats feel connected to forces they may not fully understand, a
deep sense of faith that may express itself, if not always through traditional religion, as spiritual
belief. Diplomats pursue things with an underlying idealism and a sense of higher purpose;
activism, spirituality, healing, the arts, and charity are common interests for these personalities.
They have a conviction to serve a greater good, motivated by intangible rewards felt in the heart
and soul.


Shared traits: Extraverted and Assertive
People Masters are highly stress-resistant, maintaining confidence through lifes challenges,
social pressures, and any questions of their capabilities. These personality types seek social
contact and have solid communication skills, feeling at ease when relying on or directing other
people. People Masters mantra is fearless engagement to be is to do. This is not a group
known for its timid opinions or idleness.
People Masters feel rewarded by stimulation and challenging experiences. They like travelling to
see things, people, and places, where they can experience a richer understanding of the world
around them. These personalities like sampling new foods, lifestyles, and cultures; even things
they dont end up liking can be entertaining excitement for them.
Sometimes, though, People Masters are too confident. Insulated against self-doubt and the need
to prove themselves, they dont always test, or even consider, their own limits or ambitions. They
can slip into a pattern of endless fun and comfort-seeking, rolling their eyes at those who press
themselves towards more intimidating goals. At the other end of the spectrum, these personality
types can just as easily ignore sensible caution, putting themselves in extraordinary and
dangerous situations, confident they can find their way through.
Most fall somewhere in the middle, embracing healthy ambition and competition so long as they
play a meaningful part in social circles and leadership. Social interaction plays a big part in
People Masters happiness. While not dependent on peoples approval for emotional security,
they appreciate acclaim for their accomplishments and bright personalities, and can be a touch
showy from time to time. These types are self-confident, but they are often lost without people to
lead, laugh with, and love.
Their charisma, self-assurance and boisterousness can sometimes be trying qualities. People
Masters prefer cooperation, but have few qualms about dominating their opposition to achieve
their goals, boldly promoting themselves and using their social skills to get ahead. This Strategy

understands peoples needs, but can just as easily use this as a weapon rather than a tool of
compassion if they have their sights set on something big.
People Masters can compromise when needed, but these personality types tend to be better
talkers than listeners. They can be very demanding, criticizing peoples performance regardless
of their feelings because they expect no less of themselves. That said, these types are moderate in
their disagreements because their ego and confidence arent at stake the way they often are for
Turbulent Strategies. People Masters are not fond of grudges, content to let bygones be bygones.
They are more likely to be socially idealistic, with the intent of bringing people together to make
things happen petty grievances just get in the way.
People Masters charismatic virtues shine in social contexts, and these types have little fear of
rejection and a passion for inclusion. They prefer to take the lead, but sharing the journey
through other peoples eyes enhances their own enjoyment as well. People Masters share in all
aspects of peoples lives, making these personalities strong, honest friends, parents, spouses, and
colleagues, serving as wellsprings of energy, joy, and mutual success.