Myers-Briggs Personality test

ESFP: Extrovert-Sensor-Feeler-Perceiver

Extraverts (E) are jovial, energetic and action-oriented. They are passionate, enthusiastic, expressive and eloquent. 

Sensors (S) live in the now. They rely on factual information and evidence, they are capable of dealing with practical matters, and they enjoy it when things are concrete and measurable. 

Feelers (F) let their feelings and emotions play a vital role since they always make sure others are taken into account. 

Perceivers (P) prefer a spontaneous, flexible and versatile lifestyle. They prefer an unstructured environment and they like to keep all options open. 

An ESFP in a nutshell:

ESFPs are fun and sociable. “Carpe Diem” is how the ESFP makes sure to get the most out of every moment.

“No fun is no good!” is a nice description of their life philosophy. 

ESFPs personality types look at life from the sunny side.

They see the world as it is and approach it with a curious look.

They have the ability to adapt to everything that comes their way. 

ESFPs want to contribute to the meaning of life, to be decisive and to do something valuable.

They have the need to bring people along in their journey so they can motivate them to be more positive, optimistic and enthusiastic.

When there is an ESFP around everyone sees the glass as half full, not empty! 

ESFPs keep a cool head in case of a crisis.

They need action. The challenge of dealing with unfamiliar situations over and over again gives them a kick.

Because of their enthusiasm, their joie de vivre and their sense of playfulness, people around them must always be prepared for spontaneous action. People see an ESFP as cordial and witty. 

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