Born between February 19th and March 20th, Pisces signs tend to possess wisdom beyond their years. You’re selfless and full of creative spirit, and your love for the whimsical makes you a little bit mysterious to those around you.
Some say that Pisces is the most sensitive sign of the zodiac, but there’s more to this water sign than empathy. Here’s everything you need to know about the Pisces personality type.
For Extraverts, alone time can be a scary prospect.
While most people are comfortable spending short periods of time alone, it can be hard to get used to being alone if you’ve always surrounded yourself with people. Whether it’s friends, family or city crowds, the contrast is still the same. When you’re on your own, you can feel very alone.
If you’re working on spending more time alone and getting comfortable with alone time, these 10 tips and ideas are for you.
Categories: Myers Briggs
, Big Five
, Self-Development and Wellbeing
Your unique personality type is suited to particular kinds of roles in the workplace. ENFPs – people with preferences for Extraversion, Intuition, Feeling and Perceiving – seek work that uses their creativity to express themselves while benefiting others.
As it’s so easy to fall in love with the idea of many careers, ENFP’s can need a little help to narrow down the options as to which careers or jobs to try. Knowing what an ENFP needs in a job and which careers meet those requirements can really help!
Within the Myers and Briggs personality system, it’s easy to assume the ENFP and ENFJ are inseparable siblings. They make a great team, but more because of their marked differences than their similarities.
While surprising to some, both types would agree that they are not personality twinners.
So… how do you tell them apart?
When my sister first told me that she had also tested as an ENFP, my immediate thought was that she was dead wrong.
Clearly, I am the one and only true ENFP! (Sounds just like an ENFP thing to say, yeah?)
I went through all of the deep ENFP knowledge I’ve learned in my years studying personality theory. I took each letter one by one, dug into the cognitive functions, and even compared both of us against characters of the TV show Friends to make my case.
As an ENFP personality, I have questioned whether or not I’m actually an Extravert multiple times. It was incredibly helpful to read the ENFP Survival Guide by Heidi Priebe (she also has one for INFPs!) and discover some key differences between the two. For example, the ENFP is the most introverted of the extraverted personality types. Pretty cool, huh?
It is no secret: we are wired for stories. Fiction allows us to stress-test and learn vicariously through relatable characters and fascinating worlds.
If you’re an ENFP personality, chances are you’ve been disappointed by other articles that point to Michael Scott or Ron Weasley as your fictional personality counterparts. As engaging as these characters are, I’m guessing that you don’t want to be associated with the universally inappropriate boss or the insecure sidekick.
Do you have a feeling you might be an Extravert but you’re not sure what exactly that means? Let’s take a look at what an Extravert is and how to tell if you fit the profile.
What is an Extravert?
Extraverts are known for being extra sociable and are often talkative. They tend to say what they think and are outspoken or open about their thoughts and feelings. They usually thrive off of spending time with other people and get a buzz from big groups and gatherings.
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