Personality List

    ENFJ

    The Protagonist

    I think it’s a crime to say you are bored when time is so precious and there are so many things to do in life: read, learn, watch.
    Karl Lagerfeld

    A Protagonist (ENFJ) is a person with the Extraverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging personality traits. They are typically people-oriented and value close, intimate relationships. They have a knack for understanding how people feel and often put others first. ENFJs are natural leaders, although they prefer to work in support roles rather than taking the lead.

    ENFJs make up about 2% of the population. They are often found in the helping professions, such as teaching, counseling, and social work. They are also common in the business world as human resources professionals or executive assistants. ENFJs have a strong sense of intuition and can often see potential in others that they may not see in themselves. They use this intuition to help others reach their potential.

    ENFJs are typically warm and caring people who want the best for those around them. They have a strong sense of justice and often stand up for what they believe in, even if it is not popular. They are also highly organized and can be counted on to get things done.

    ENFJ Strengths

    ENFJs often have a strong spiritual connection and find meaning in their lives through their relationships with others. They are usually optimistic and see the best in people, even when it may not be there. They believe that people have the potential to change and grow, and they work hard to help them do so. ENFJs are also highly intuitive and can often see the potential in others.

    ENFJs are typically good leaders and are able to motivate and inspire others. They have a strong sense of justice and often stand up for what they believe in, even if it is not popular. They also have a great sense of humor and can be fun to be around.

    ENFJ Weaknesses

    ENFJs can be a bit too people-oriented and may lose sight of their own needs. They often take on more than they can handle and can become overwhelmed. They also have a tendency to be perfectionists, which can lead to stress and frustration.

    ENFJs tend to be very emotional, and can be easily hurt by criticism or conflict. They also tend to be highly sensitive to the feelings of others and can often take on too much responsibility for their emotions.

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