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Type theory

ENFP - Transcendentalists

ENFPs are enthusiastic, open minded people full of potential. They have wide-ranging interests and share a passion for novelty. Often the life of the party, enthusiasm sets them apart and their presence is easily felt. Their charm is evident and they conduct themselves effectively in meetings, conferences and other networking situations. They are always on the lookout for promising ideas and to network with new and interesting people. They strive for personal authenticity and display admirable versatility in a world in which they have managed to connect the dots. They work well with people and ideas because of their view that everything is part of a whole.

Personality traits

  • Warm and compassionate
  • Empathetic and caring
  • Strong communication skills
  • Fun and spontaneous
  • Highly creative and crave freedom
  • Passionate, enthusiastic and energetic
  • Charming
  • Exploring
  • Authentic
  • Idealistic
  • Restless, with wide-ranging interests
  • Fiercely independent

Interesting facts

  • Know how to cope with stress.
  • Have a natural talent with language.
  • People usually confide in ENFP's.
  • Often seen as a free spirits.
  • Likely to frequently change careers.

Common careers

  • volunteer positions
  • mediator
  • counselor
  • artist
  • public speaker
  • teacher
  • clergy
  • journalist
  • art educator
  • nurse
  • public relations

Famous ENFPs

  • Nelson Mandela
  • Charlotte Bronte
  • Leo Tolstoy

Quotes by famous ENFPs:

  • "It always seems impossible until its done." - Nelson Mandela
  • "I cannot express it: but surely you and everybody have a notion that there is, or should be, an existence of yours beyond you." - Emily Bronte
  • "If you want to be happy, be." - Leo Tolstoy

Hobbies and recreation

  • theater and art/li>
  • impromptu games or discussions
  • playing and listening to music
  • overnight backpacking and day hiking
  • writing