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ENFP type

personality types

Find out how many people share your type, and what your strengths are!

Is the glass half full or half empty? Whooeee! Water fight!

Prayer God, help me keep my mind on one thing - Look, a bird - at a time.

Animal personality Bird

Birds are ENFPs who chirp away with their friends across the woods, enthusiastically telling their magnificent stories.

Cat personality "The Happy Slob"

Playful cat that will leave food smeared all over the kitchen floor and track litter granules onto the carpet. Favorite game is peek-a-boo. Likes to be petted, but won't sit still for long.

Collective noun A broadcast of ENFP's

Percentage of total population 5%

Interesting facts

  • Know how to cope with stress.
  • Like to create.
  • Have a natural talent with language.
  • People usually confide in ENFP's.
  • Interested in the arts.
  • Often seen as a free spirits.
  • Strive to always be themselves.
  • Likely to frequently change careers.

Common careers

  • volunteer positions
  • mediator
  • counselor
  • artist
  • public speaker
  • teacher
  • clergy
  • journalist
  • art educator
  • nurse
  • public relations

Famous ENFPs

  • Nelson Mandela
  • Charlotte Bronte
  • Leo Tolstoy

Quotes by famous ENFPs:

  • "It always seems impossible until its done." - Nelson Mandela
  • "I cannot express it: but surely you and everybody have a notion that there is, or should be, an existence of yours beyond you." - Emily Bronte
  • "If you want to be happy, be." - Leo Tolstoy

Hobbies and recreation

  • theater and art/li>
  • impromptu games or discussions
  • playing and listening to music
  • overnight backpacking and day hiking
  • writing

All 16 types

Your type is a combination of four preferences. Each preference was made by choosing between 2 letters in a dichotomy. The four dichotomies are:


Defines where you direct your energy. Extroversion indicates outwards towards the world, and Introversion indicates a tendency inwards towards your thoughts and ideas.


Defines how you process information. Do you prefer to process information through your five senses (Sensing) or do you prefer to trust your hunches and read between the lines? (iNtuition)


Defines how you make decisions. Do you prefer logical analysis (Thinking), or contemplating about how each option affects people? (Feeling)


Defines how you order your life. Do you prefer making plans and keeping to schedules (Judging), or do you usually keep things open? (Perceiving)

There are 16 types in total. Now that you know your type, check out your type description by following the appropriate link below!

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