ENFP-T

Tobin Lee Grinder

What is an ENFP-T?

The life of the party, but not interested in the sheer excitement and pleasure of the moment. Instead they enjoy the emotional and social connections. Charming, independent, energetic and compassionate.

Strengths

Curious

I try to seek knowledge through experiences. Like making a metal melting foundry, or doing origami because I didn't know how it worked.

Very Popular and Friendly

In my school I had no one that I knew of that didn't like me. I kind of knew everyone in my grade and was a friend to all of them so to speak of.

Excellent Communicators

I do enjoy small talk. I kind of need it to live, but I live for the moment when I can have a deep meaningful talk with a good friend.

Observant

I can at times notice every little detail, but I can easily get lost in thought and not notice everything. I love to watch people and try to understand them without a conversation. Then when I go to talk to them I atleast have something to talk about.

Weaknesses

Find it Difficult to Focus

I get caught in my own thoughts very easily.

Overthink Things

I often over think situations when it comes to people I care deeply about and don't want to hurt. I then...

Get Stressed Easily

When it does come to overthinking the situation with people I care about I get stressed with in minutes or even seconds.

Highly Emotional

When I am under stress I can experience emotional bursts that are counter-productive at best.

Independent to a Fault

As it says on https://www.16personalities.com/enfp-strengths-and-weaknesses, they want to be seen as highly independent masters of their own fates. I often find that I will go to great lengths to hide my emotions from others. I don't want me to know that I feel that I am not the master of my own fate.