ENFPs love novelty and surprises. They
are big on emotions and expression and their life is an exciting
drama. They are good in sales, advertising, politics, and acting. 5%
of the total population.
ENFP's have a tendency to overextend themselves in both their physical and emotional commitments. Their proclivity to procrastinate and to overlook details complicates their circumstances.
ENFP's often move on to new ventures without completing those they have already started. Their charming personalities can show signs of irritability and over-sensitivity when their desires to please different people come into conflict. During times of stress,
ENFP's feel alienated. They then engage in deceptions that serve to obscure what is occurring within themselves.
The ENFP finds symbolic meanings behind the immediate circumstances. These meanings are construed as foreboding problems when
ENFP's are under stress. Having a pervasive feeling of losing control over their own independent identities,
ENFP's will feel virtually split apart by intruding circumstances. They will be "besides themselves" and "just not all there" — as if something, or someone, has taken away the essence of who they are. Not feeling like themselves, the ENFP
will become subject to their own feelings of shame for being a
phony, a fake or an impostor. If stress continues to grow, they may
attribute malevolent schemes to others in order to explain away
This lists represent careers and jobs people of your type tend to enjoy doing. The job requirements are similar to the personality tendencies of your personality type. It is important to remember that this is not a list of all the jobs possible. And it is very important to remember that people can, and frequently do, fill jobs that are dissimilar to their personality... this happens all the time...and sometimes works out quite well.
HR development trainer
human resource manager
advertising account manager