If the individual’s moral values aren’t well developed then they could easily use their abilities to manipulate others.
To outsiders, this sort of individual may seem like a wanderer with no direction or life plan.
Being a perceptive individual, he or she may also look for hidden meanings and is very good at listening to others and offering emotional support.
ENFPs have a strong need to be liked by others and can sometimes, especially during childhood, act corny in an effort to be liked.
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.
While this amped-up imagination is wonderful in moderation, it can be easy for individual to form expectations based upon their imaginings and become disappointed or bored with what reality has to offer.
Straight-laced individuals whose goals are to land a typical job, drive a nice car, and spend their evenings and weekends at home, doing chores, or running errands will not satisfy the ENFP’s need for freshness and intrigue.
ENFPs are often affectionate and considerate partners because of their need to please and be accepted.
“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.
On the contrary, ENFPs are plagued with a need to figure out their purpose in life and may travel, try out many different activities and hobbies, and even switch religious views several times before finding out what best suits them.