Personality List

    ESFJ

    The Ambassador

    I don’t want to live in the kind of world where we don’t look out for each other. Not just the people who are close to us, but anybody who needs a helping hand. I can’t change the way anyone else thinks, or what they choose to do, but I can do my bit.
    Charles de Lint

    An Ambassador (ESFJ) is a person with the Extraverted, Observant, Feeling, and Judging personality traits. ESFJs are enthusiastic, warm-hearted, and caring people who enjoy serving others. They make great organizers and are typically very good at managing their time and resources. ESFJs often take on the role of a caretaker in their personal relationships, and they enjoy doing things for others to make them happy. They are typically very good at reading and responding to the emotional needs of others.

    ESFJs place a high value on traditional values and enjoy helping others to follow these values as well. They are often quick to see the best in people, and they enjoy building strong relationships with those around them. ESFJs usually have a large circle of friends and are very supportive of those friends. They are typically very good at creating a sense of community and often enjoy participating in group activities.

    ESFJ Strengths

    ESFJs usually make excellent leaders, as they are able to see the big picture and understand how all the pieces fit together. They are able to motivate and inspire others with their enthusiasm and warmth. ESFJs are typically very good at managing resources, and they are often very organized. They enjoy taking care of others, which makes them great caregivers.

    ESFJ Weaknesses

    ESFJs can sometimes be too eager to please others, to the point where they may not always listen to their own needs. They can also be a bit too critical of themselves and others, which can lead to tension in relationships. ESFJs may also have a hard time dealing with change, as they prefer things to stay consistent and orderly.

    Also ESFJs are stereotyped as being the 'mom' or 'nurturer'. While many do fit this role, not all ESFJs do. So if you don't enjoy taking care of people or doing things for them to make them happy, you may not be an ESFJ.

    ESFJ Profiles