ENFJ - Strengths

Strengths

ENFJs are enthusiastic, goal-oriented, diplomatic, responsible, and caring. They firmly believe in other people, almost to a fault, and are very altruistic. ENFJs primarily focus on what’s going on around them, and are especially concerned with the wellbeing of others. In fact, ENFJs are often described as social butterflies, as they love spending time with others. In return, people love spending time with ENFJs — they are fun to be around, and are usually very straight-forward and confident. People with this personality type may often be described as charming and likeable. ENFJs are always willing to help others when needed, and enjoy doing so.

They hold strong values and opinions, and advocate for what they believe in. They are decisive and are able to see the big picture when presented with a complex situation. ENFJs make decisions by going with their gut. Their values play a large role in driving your decision-making processes, and they always try to act in accordance with their values. ENFJs’ secondary focus is internally, where they make judgments based primarily on your intuition.

ENFJs operate largely internally and are able to see the “big picture” very easily. They are able to understand things through their strong sense of intuition, and often can’t pinpoint specific reasons.

Regarding the outer world, they are highly organized, and are able to handle several projects simultaneously. They are excellent at setting priorities and developing plans.

ISFJ Strengths

ENFJs are enthusiastic, goal-oriented, diplomatic, responsible, and caring. They firmly believe in other people, almost to a fault, and are very altruistic. ENFJs primarily focus on what’s going on around them, and are especially concerned with the wellbeing of others. In fact, ENFJs are often described as social butterflies, as they love spending time with others. In return, people love spending time with ENFJs — they are fun to be around, and are usually very straight-forward and confident. People with this personality type may often be described as charming and likeable. ENFJs are always willing to help others when needed, and enjoy doing so.

They hold strong values and opinions, and advocate for what they believe in. They are decisive and are able to see the big picture when presented with a complex situation. ENFJs make decisions by going with their gut. Their values play a large role in driving your decision-making processes, and they always try to act in accordance with their values. ENFJs’ secondary focus is internally, where they make judgments based primarily on your intuition.

ENFJs operate largely internally and are able to see the “big picture” very easily. They are able to understand things through their strong sense of intuition, and often can’t pinpoint specific reasons.

Regarding the outer world, they are highly organized, and are able to handle several projects simultaneously. They are excellent at setting priorities and developing plans.