The extravert trait ensures that this character is open-minded and enthusiastic yet the intuitive portion of the personality allows the individual to be thoughtful and insightful.This combination can yield an idealistic individual with a lust for life and an appreciation for the feelings and motives of those around them.“Inspirers” tend to have many interests and often excel in all areas that they really enjoy.They are multi-talented and, to outsiders, seem to be good at everything.Namely, do they want a more traditional lifestyle and relationship or a less conventional one? Their Ne-Fi combination relishes the opportunity to compare and experience diverse cultures.Perhaps more importantly, as they go about their travels, there is a sense in which they hope to find themselves.
Finding a balance between the intuitive extravert and the sensitive introvert will be an important part of an ENFP being able to decide what they want out of life.
They want to figure out who they are, what they value, what they should be doing, where they might want to live, as well as their preferred type of partner and relationship.
One way in which ENFPs differ from INFPs, however, is they are slower to discern their own personal values.
Ah, the joys of that first getting-to-know-you period!
I received an email recently that reminded me of my dating days.