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ESFPs are energetic, observant, supportive, and

compassionate. They are excited by new experiences and sensory pleasures, and treasure living in the moment. ESFPs enjoy collaboration and excel at helping others reach a consensus. They are often spontaneous, and prefer to act rather than discuss. ESFPs are focused on enjoying life and connecting with those around them. They use all of their senses to absorb details about the people and their environment, and are often able to sense other people’s needs and emotions. ESFPs enjoy getting to know people, and value shared experiences, in particular. Charming and talkative, ESFPs try to get the most amount of fun out of life, with the least amount of stress. At times, the typical ESFP can be so focused on having fun and being sociable, that they can become distracted or disruptive to others. ESFPs look for realistic and immediate solutions. Most ESFPs have little patience for overly logical arguments or extensive discussions about possibilities or ideas. Guided by their values and common sense, they are quick to take action, especially when they believe they can provide practical assistance to others. ESFPs learn best by a hands-on approach, rather than studying. They prefer to jump into a project, confident in their abilities and resourcefulness. ESFPs prefer autonomy, and dislike excessive rules and procedures. They are flexible and casual, and rarely plan ahead. ESFPs are tolerant of other points of view, and help to create warm and supportive group environments where diversity is accepted and appreciated.



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