The ENFP personality is one of the more common ones, accounting for about eight percent of the population.
ENFP individuals are considered to be one of the most varied and adaptable types of characters and are typically referred to as “inspirers.” As an ENFP grows up, his or her traits may exhibit a power play between the dominant and recessive features.
They are multi-talented and, to outsiders, seem to be good at everything.
This is likely due to this character’s passionate and enthusiastic nature which can be contagious to those around them, hence the nickname “inspirer.” The ENFP’s keen intuition and sense of emotion enables the individual to pick up on the feelings of those around them.
When it comes to romantic and platonic connections, it’s hard to define what attracts us to a person.
As an INFJ, it can be especially hard to find someone who we feel a natural connection with.