The acronym ENFJ stands for Extraverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging personality traits that are preferences of the individual’s cognitive processes. In other words, ENFJs are inspirational and motivational.

Their life mission is to understand humanity and bring them to its highest potential. They often focus on improving the lives of their loved ones, drawing out the best in them. They are the catalyst for growth.

They value harmony in the world around them. They do so by building consensus among people, even when the group is diverse in motives and interests.

By building harmony among people, they make inspiring leaders that unite people together. The Protagonists also have a natural ability to be highly attuned with others.

They are able to innately understand the emotions and moods of others. By reading the hearts of others, they are able to understand and inspire everyone they meet.

This self-report inventory can identify one’s personality type, strengths, weaknesses, and preferences. The assessment questionnaire relies on Carl Jung’s theory. As of now, the MBTI test is among the most popular psychological instruments in the world.

Only between 1 – 3% of people in the world exhibit this type of personality. Popularly referred to as “Advocates”, INFJs are an idealistic breed of humans. They are consistently gentle, creative, and caring, upholding very high moral standards in society.


While their Introverted (I) counterparts are energized by spending time alone, Extraverts (E) are energized by connecting and spending time with people around them.


People with the Intuition (N) preference look at information based on impressions and patterns compared to their Sensing (S) counterparts who use their five senses to interpret their reality.


People who have Feeling (F) preference base their decisions on personally held values and beliefs while those with Thinking (T) preference decide based on logic and rules.


A person with Judging (J) preference are sequential people who enjoy order and structure, compared to the flexible and spontaneous Perceiving (P) types.

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