ENFP Personalitiespublic - created 10/09/03
ENFPs are generally described as dynamic, enthusiastic, highly skilled with people, affirming, and gregarious. The combined preferences of Extraversion, iNtuition, Feeling and Perceiving give them an exceptional capacity for dealing with a variety of people, events, or challenges -- often simultaneously.
ENFPs prefer to perceive the world through its possibilites (N) and translate these possibilities inter- and intrapersonally (F). All this takes place in lively interaction with the outside world (E), and their Perceiving attitude (P) keeps them open to a never-ending flow of alternatives in any situation.
ENFP's are one of the 16 types of personalities determined by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test. If you've never taken it, go here: