ENFPs are free-spirited and open-minded, yet they can make solid decisions with a little support.
ENFPs are open-hearted. They are passionate and persuasive learners.
ESFPs are known for being spontaneous and impulsive. Risk-taking lets kids try new things, but it can also lead to bad choices.
They can talk their way into or out of practically any situation, but that doesn't imply it was the best choice.
ISFPs are creative, independent, and intuitive, making judgments based on intuition rather than logic or strategy.
They can think of creative solutions that analytical people wouldn't.
They make decisions based on emotion and intuition, not illogically. They're innovative and often think of new solutions.
They make smart decisions, but they may not always be sensible.
ENFJs are folks and emotionally stable, making them compelling decision-makers.
ESFJs can be persuasive. ESFJs are problem-solvers and logical thinkers.
ISFJs are more emotional than Thinkers, but their ability to employ logic and reason is a strength.
INFJs are analytical, logical, and passionate about helping others.