Thursday, August 25, 2011

Don't try to take on a new personality; it doesn't work. --Richard M. Nixon


That's right...Nelson Mandela was an ENFP! [haha...we have the politician, writer, and musician!]
How do you begin to describe a champion, or least that's how Keirsy.com describes people with ENFP personalities? ENFP stands for Extroverted,Intuition, Feeling, and Perception. I am an ENFP. I like being with people, unless I'm being grumpy, and I love to interact with people. As Kerisy.com describes,ENFP people are, "fiercely individualistic". ENFP are those with idiosyncratic behaviors and concepts. This is completely and wholly true in that I despise being anything like someone, anyone or everyone else; I choose to strive for something that no one else strives for, in a good way.ENFP people have distinctive ideals as is the case with me. I can't stand the dull mundane aspects of what people feel is conventional and prudent. I defy these ideals, sort of. Most people would describe me as somewhat erratic, much like how Kerisy.com describes me: spontaneous and dramatic". I admit to being overly melodramtic at times, to a point where people find it irritating. It's also VERY true that Champions can be tireless in talking with others, like fountains that bubble and splash, spilling over their own words to get it all out". As a general rule of thumb, I always talk, incessantly. I sometimes talk to myself, but I'm not weird or anything. Anyhow, ENFP are very rare, very unique, and very special.

1 comment:

  1. TOAST Score: 12/12.

    T: 3/3.
    O: 0/0.
    A: 3/3.
    S: 3/3. You WOULD like Joan Baez :-) Also, great background!
    T: 3/3.

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