ENFJ personality – The Educator
The world is full of emotions, it only requires the right time for them to be expressed!
ENFJ personality – the Educator, is a person with a vivid emotional life that value good relationships. She can perceive the feelings of others well and is excellent at influencing and controlling the emotions of others. The Educator is good at telling stories. She can express herself throughout a broad scale of feelings.
ENFJ is good at genuinely engaging people, and therefore, is well suited for giving speeches. He is internally unbalanced and is very emotional about his successes and failures. He often creates drama. He does not have a lot of close relationships, but because he is good at energizing others, he drags many along with them. He loves music.
ENFJ personality is a good actor. She can take on the necessary role and also quickly leave it behind. In a rapidly changing situation, she feels good, and moving fast as well, both emotionally and in her actions. She is trying to look fashionable, both in her behavior and in her appearance.
The Educator is accurate, knows how to plan his time and anticipate threats. He does not like being interrupted or rushed from his own natural pace.
When ENFJ personality encounters a new situation, she begins to act immediately and tries to leave the impression of a useful and beneficial person to others. However, she can’t stay in this doer’s role for too long, and the more she adapt to the situation, the more she begins to pay more attention to the emotional facets. In general, the Educator doesn’t like to do several things at once, but at the same time, she does not like routine activities.
The Educator finds it challenging to think about healing himself or about creating comfort around him. It is also hard for him to schedule eating food with proper nutrition. On the other hand, ENFJ may be too painstaking in these matters, stockpiling large quantities of drugs, taking food with him when going somewhere, and taking extreme care of his security. Anyway, these are the things which make him feel uneasy, and therefore, he tries to avoid any problems which may arise in these situations.
In her appearance, ENFJ personality is extravagant, often adding outstanding pieces to her clothing. But she does not tolerate it when someone criticizes her appearance.
She gladly receives systematic and scientific information. The Educator likes people who can explain structures, the nature of things, and who bring out the essence and point to the links. She loves it when everything is clear and systematic and will gladly participate in lectures that explain all this. ENFJ respects rules, laws, and highly appreciate people who can teach these.
He is active, determined person and trustworthy partner. ENFJ wants to dress nicely and to have a specific status.
She has a humanitarian interest, and ENFJ personality has the role of a moral educator and a mentor. She expects proper behavior, is principled and does not compromise. The Educator forms relationships quickly, feels the nature of relationships well and can easily stop conflicts from emerging. She is an aristocratic individual who can stay offended for a long time.
He is good at sensing arising opportunities and takes advantage of them without too much fuss. He is also good at identifying the skills of others and believes in them. The Educator is an emotional person that infect others with his emotions and draws others along with their mood.
Extrovert – directed more towards objects than relationships.
Rationalist – one goal, a lot of methods for achieving it.
Suitable field: humanitarian
Incentive for acting: uniqueness, unusualness
Princess Diana, J. K. Rowling, Audrey Hepburn, Lauren Graham, Kirstie Alley, Diane Sawyer, Elizabeth Dole, Brenda Vaccaro, Oprah Winfrey, Kate Winslet
Leonardo DiCaprio, David Copperfield, Charlie Chaplin, Pete Sampras, Dennis Hopper, Ben Stiller, Matthew McConaughey, Martin Luther King Jr., Johnny Depp, Nelson Mandela, Tony Blair
Other abbreviations: EIE, Hamlet, FeNi