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  • extraverted, sensing, feeling and judging: a personality type in the Myers-Briggs type indicator


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  • If instead we were talking about, say, a Myers-Briggs INTP, the opposite would be an ESFJ, both of which are normal although the INTP is less common.

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  • ESFJ: God, give me patience, and I mean right NOW.

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  • They are especially common in people with a sensor-feeler (SF) personality (ESFJ, ISFJ, ESFP, and ISFP).

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  • You can bet no ESFJ would put such a thing together.

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  • In this ability to organise without planning there is a certain similarity to an ESFJ, but the latter acts more as a master of ceremonies than as a leader of groups.

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  • The ESFJ is more of a recreational leader, who insures that each member has fun at a party and that the right things are expressed at social occasions, especially institutional social occasions such as weddings, funerals, parties and the like.

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  • I have looked at my Meyers-Briggs profile and it says I am an ESFJ, that I am outgoing, and a nurtuter who cares for people, and that is in the healthcare field, which is why I was thinking of changing careers.

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  • ESFJ, or Extroverted Sensing Feeling Judging type, with a strong preference for sensing.

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