“The Campaigner”


About a week ago I retook a personality test that a friend had introduced to me that provided such clear insight as to things that , I once thought were a very unique to me. The way I navigate relationships, the workplace and even, my career were explained clear as day upon the completion of the test. The results being a ENFP-A , or in short, The Campaigner.



Here are some of the interesting results I received , that ring true.


 ENFPs will spend a lot of time exploring social relationships, feelings and ideas before they find something that really rings true. But when they finally do find their place in the world, their imagination, empathy and courage are likely to produce incredible results.


If someone were to ask me , what I am currently doing, it would be a series of answers that seamlessly connect with family, friends, ideas, projects and my mind state. If you can imagine a gold miner in the water, shifting through gravel to find nuggets of gold, that’s me but instead of water it’s life and the nuggets of gold, those are the things that ring true, be it adventures, passions, projects, or relationships. What really sparked my interested were the sections about career paths and workplace habits. On my final year as a twenty-something, I often find myself in these life crisis moments where I feel as if I don’t know what direction I am headed in, when in fact, I’ve been steering my life’s ship all along.
Career Paths:
And while Thinking types may be better at applying logic to systems and machines, people with the ENFP personality type are able to apply that same logic to human interactions and networks, using their exceptional social perception to find out what makes people tick. This lends ENFPs a solid foothold in any human science or service, from psychology, counseling and teaching to politics, diplomacy and detective work. All of these fields have another important similarity: they are in constant development, shifting, presenting new angles and new approaches.

People with the ENFP personality type need to feel like they’re pushing boundaries and exploring ideas, and should focus on interests and careers that encourage that.

Many more career options satisfy these needs, and not just the scientific ones – writing, journalism, acting and TV reporting all give ENFPs a chance to explore something new every day and stir the pot a little while they’re at it. It may come to pass though, that the best way forward for ENFP personalities is to establish themselves as entrepreneurs and consultants, blazing their own trails and taking on whatever project is most fascinating. So long as they get to use their people skills, identify and achieve their own goals and inspire their colleagues and followers, ENFPs will be happy.


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