ENFPs are both "idea"-people and "people"-people, who see everyone and everything as part of a cosmic whole.
They want to both help and to be liked and admired by other people, on both an individual and a humanitarian level.
ENFPs can be the warmest, kindest, and most sympathetic of mates; affectionate, demonstrative, and spontaneous.
Many in relationships with an ENFP literally say, "They light up my life." But there is usually a trade-off: the partner must be willing to deal with the practical and financial aspects of the relationship, and the ENFP must be allowed the freedom to follow their latest path, whatever that entails.
In less than three minutes I had to stand up at Inbound (a major marketing conference in Boston) and deliver a talk to potentially thousands of marking and business professionals about using personality types to build Rapid Customer Rapport.
And then I remembered to implement the very advice we teach ENFPs at Personality Hacker.
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 could annoy others by charmingly skirting around the 'difficult' questions or issues, or leave out details.When under pressure, they can become paranoid and think everyone is out to get them.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.