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What's personality types do ENFPs get along with most again???
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+speeder swift yeah me too I can be sure only about 4 of them tho
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This is our best friend tag video, we have been best friends for over 5 years now. We have such a close and real friendship. Kayla is an INFJ personality type, often referred to as "the advocate" and Tanya is an ENFP personality type called 'the Inspirer". We'd love for you to check it out, subscribe & please share! Thank you. :)
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Just took the test...newbie here.  ENFP here. Still reading up on this.
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Just saw this on a FB page: 
Love to talk about what is going on in their lives
Will encourage their mates to grow
Need to feel encouragement
Don't like to say it when their feelings are hurt
Tend to withdraw to process hurt feelings in private
Need to hear how much they mean to someone
Like spontaneous demonstrations of love and respect
Under stress: may have difficulty saying no and take on too many projects

Best types for a relationship: INFJ, INFP, ENFJ, ENFP, ESFJ
Possible types for a relationship: ENTJ, ENTP, INTJ, INTP,ESFP, ISFP
Least likely types for a relationship: ISTJ, ESTJ, ISTP, ESTP, ISFJ
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Very true!!! I always overload myself...
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Yahoo.. ENFP here. ;)
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i do to!!!
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I came up as an ENFP, although some of it sounds a tad off from me really. Which is odd, because I can be a stickler about getting things done and schedules.
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....sounds more like a J. We don't do schedules well. ENFPs are spontaneous, liking to keep options open. We talk about ten miles a hour and, unlike ENTPs who can actually stay simi on track, we bounce around like a tennis ball!

ENFPs are open minded yet still some of the most stubborn people you'll ever meet on some morals. Honestly, you might have better luck moving a mountain once we decide to stick with something. Until we're proven wrong, which will then lead to a bit of embarrassment before we move on.

We're not afraid to stretch or brake rules and social norms, sometimes we'll simply shatter them if we don't agree. We can switch to one extreme all the way to the next in the blink of an eye, go from serious to a five year old kid in seconds, and go from chasing butterflies to discussing the meaning of life on the drop of a dime.

We're also known also for our way with words, being dynamic and expressive, and, if the need arises, we may also be very good fibers due to the combined talents of dramatization, excessive talking, tale spinning, and our gift of making on the fly improvisations.

Boxing us in is always a bad idea, normally resulting in a bit of creative loop hole finding...unless you can make us see a logical reasoning behind it. We're a lot like ENTPs, just a bit more touchy-feely. We like puzzles, we like debate (as long as it doesn't go so far as insults and wounding feelings), we're some of the highest thinking feelers out there, and the most intuitive behind just a few. We make connections almost instantly, we ramble, we talk before thinking and tend to find a foot in our mouths, and we can sometimes fantasize about the future possibilities so much we miss the present and walk head first into a pole.

We're extremely headstrong and independent. We love making others happy. We're curious about everything. We retain almost everything we learn if interesting and throw out all other information we might find boring.

Over all...we're chaos, absolute chaos...and we enjoy every minute of it. Keeps things interesting. :3
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Hello People, I'm your average ENFP, and I was just coming here to check whether this group is actually alive anymore. Sooo... talk to me if you want to talk! Cause I'm bored...
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+Nandinee Phatak I saw people in my life as different types several minutes ago when I read about them. That wouldn't have happened if I was fixated on "cognitive functions" or "this" or "that".
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Famous IEEs / ENFPs (Without all the crazy Russian people nobody cares about).

Eddie Murphy, Pierre Richard, Noah Wyle, David Tennant, Rowan Atkinson, Pauly Shore, Christopher Lloyd, Cuba Gooding-jr., Gene Wilder, Steve Martin, Martin Lawrence, Kal Penn, Donald Faison, Jesse Bradford, Michael Cera, Eric Bana, David Blue, Jason Segel, Barack Obama, Amber Tamblyn, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Natalie Portman, Cameron Diaz, Marilyn Monroe, Heather Graham, Kristin Davis, Alexis Thorpe, Lea Michele, Rachael Leigh Cook, Elizabeth Reaser, Helena Bonham Carter, Juliet Aubrey, Andrea Gabriel, Paz Vega, Helen Hunt, Blake Lively, Tina Fey, Jemma Powell, Eva Green, Suranne Jones, Rachel McAdams, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Amanda Peet,  Britney Spears, Rebecca Black.

I took off all the names that I hadn't heard of before. There's about 5 maybes that I don't recognize, but don't have Russian sounding names (so you may know who they are). It's a lot easier to get an overall picture now, though.

You got Tina Fey and Barack Obama... not to mention Marilyn Monroe and Britney Spears. Plus, Michael Cera, Christopher Lloyd, and Eddie Murphy... It's a solid list!

#Socionics   #IEE   #MBTI   #ENFP   #FamousPeople  

+Nikki Gurwood 
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Arnav Kalra

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I've an (virtual) enfp friend who's going through a rough patch. I feel she's depressed. What can I do to help? +Craig Calvert 
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+Nikki Gurwood your tips work. :-)
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I love my ENFP community members! What do you love most about being ENFP?
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That we can intuitively feel anything in any given situation. lol
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I just joined the group, and it makes sense to me.  I've been self employed since 1986. My MO has been:
1. Start something.
2. Get it moving pretty good. 
3. Get distracted.
4. Get bored.
5. Start something else. 

I have already talked to several business associates and clients, who agree that this describes me pretty well. Now that I KNOW that, I can act on it by preparing for the 'get bored' phase by having someone ready to step in and take over.
Anybody care to comment on that? 
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+Doug Buck absolutely. He is in this group +Christopher Montoya !  
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Four different tests, three different sites... all point me to ENFP.  Anybody need a hug? 
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I'm an ENFP
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