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ENFP Advice – How To Succeed in Your Business or Career

ENFPs. We like things that are novel. We like variety. We like new challenges. That first part of a project is a lot more exciting than the end part, right, the little details? And so, what that ends up doing is, it ends up pulling us into all these different things that if we don’t have the right systems in place, the right outlook, we end up spending a lot of time starting things and never really getting a lot accomplished.

As ENFPs we dread hearing the word “FOCUS!” but sometimes it is exactly what we need to hear. Now this video isn’t about exactly this, just forcing yourself to focus…come on, that would be stupid. But I get into my own experience as an ENFP with my own business and my various mistakes chasing “shiny objects”.

I’ve also seen this happen A LOT with my ENFP coaching clients.

Agree or disagree with the advice, I’d love to hear from you in the comments section. I know ENFPs always have something to say 🙂

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3 thoughts on “ENFP Advice – How To Succeed in Your Business or Career”

  1. Love this video! I am a small business owner and have just recently discovered how my ENFP-ness is keeping me from reaching my full potential and really keeping me stuck!! This video helped bring a bit of clarity to me and reminded me that I don’t want to look back in a year or more from now be in the same place.

  2. Been doing this 10 years and literally no progress. I was in top management consultancy beforehand for 10 years and performed well, because the firm gave me boundaries. Next 10 years as entrepreneur were wasted.

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