Us ENFPs…Wait! This is another personality theory. Whichever MBTI type you are, do you fit more into the Type A or Type B personality type description?
Having lots of deep friendships is part of being a well developed ENFP. But what should you do when those friendships start pulling you away from your dreams?
I’m answering a question from Danielle, an ENFP from Costa Rica. Do ENFPs have hot tempers? Are ALL of us ready to blow a fuse at a moments notice?
One of the biggest issues that affect us ENFPs, whether it is in health, relationships, our career or business is money issues.
Whether or not you’ll successfully apply new information depends exactly on how you consume it and whether or not you allow this learning process to develop fully.
Us ENFPs all know this is true for us on some level, that this is when an ENFP thrives and yet…
As you may have guessed, I have met A LOT of ENFPs over the years and I’ve noticed a pattern…
I bet many INFPs and ENFPs have been in those social situations that are plain boring because of all the small talk. But…it doesn’t have to be that way.