People who are ENFPs are often described as free spirits. They may get wrapped up in their focus on the big picture, and forget about the details along the way. ENFPs may have difficulty following through on projects.
Because they rely so much on their intuition, ENFPs must be careful not to read into everything too much. This may cause ENFPs to misinterpret a friend’s emotions and over-dramatize things. Others may come to view ENFPs as overly-sensitive or dramatic. To avoid this, ENFPs must remind themselves that sometimes the most straight-forward answer is the best, intuition is not always needed.
In addition, ENFPs may be prone toward immersing themselves in activities that involve other people because of their social nature. However, ENFPs must be careful not to make choices and define their priorities based solely on what others want—this may result in neglecting their own needs and losing one’s sense of purpose. It is critical that ENFPs do not sacrifice their own wellbeing and aspirations to help others.
Because they are such people-pleasers, ENFPs often seek out the opinions of others, but may have a hard time accepting criticism. They may become reliant on others’ approval to validate their self-worth.