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This is a discussion on Examples of ENFP enneatype 4s within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Hi, I just wanted folks to list any ENFPs in real life or fiction that they could also see as ...

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Examples of ENFP enneatype 4s

    Hi, I just wanted folks to list any ENFPs in real life or fiction that they could also see as enneatype 4s (I'm particularly interested in 4w5s though)...

    I'm an ENFP 4w5 and I feel like a lone reed when it comes to examples.

    Thanks!
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    Russell brand is maybe a ENFP 4(?):

    Basic Fear: That they have no identity or personal significance
    Basic Desire: To find themselves and their significance (to create an identity)

    Enneagram Four with a Three-Wing: “The Aristocrat”
    Enneagram Four with a Five-Wing: “The Bohemian”

    Brendon Urie from Panic! At The Disco
    Childish Gambino
    Alan Watts (?) - he is very "anti-the-system" at least

    I think they are ENFP type 4 but I base that on nothing

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    I think Claire Boucher A.K.A "Grimes"(her stage name) is an ENFP type 4.

    I think she focuses more on the energy and experience when playing and making her music, she secludes herself, but from what I've read, predominately only during the 'creative' process.

    Also, she's always collaborating and co-producing with other artists. I find, she's not as brooding and introspective as an IN-type 4 would probably be, and also her focal point seems to usually be on the social spectrum of things, and of course, seems sort of high-energy.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by CloudySkies View Post


    I think Claire Boucher A.K.A "Grimes"(her stage name) is an ENFP type 4.

    I think she focuses more on the energy and experience when playing and making her music, she secludes herself, but from what I've read, predominately only during the 'creative' process.

    Also, she's always collaborating and co-producing with other artists. I find, she's not as brooding and introspective as an IN-type 4 would probably be, and also her focal point seems to usually be on the social spectrum of things, and of course, seems sort of high-energy.
    I love Grimes! Glad to see her as an ENFP.

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    Hmm, after much thought I'm quite certain I'm an ENFP 4w3. At first I seem shy but once I open up I never shut up. Anyway, ENFP 4s are more common than you think because Ne doms are the most introverted extroverts (if that makes sense).

    Here's some descriptions:

    Extroverted Intuition Types (ENTP and ENFP)
    Extroverted Intuition is essentially the opposite of Extroverted Sensing: instead of focusing on present information, Extroverted Intuition brainstorms a myriad number of possibilities that may or may not be true.

    Young ENxP Fours have a tendency to put on different guises, trying on each new identity in order to find their own. When they grow older and more mature, they still retain that flexibility although their identity has now coalesced into something solid. ENxP Fours are very likely to be described as flippant.
    (From https://personalitycafe.com/type-4-fo...scription.html)

    Type 4 ENFPs are also upfront eccentrics, but whereas the Type 7 wants to be eccentric for the sake of it, the Type 4 uses eccentricity as a means to be admired. Sense of humor is sometimes crude but is usually very witty. Female Type 4 ENFPs are quite sweet and bubbly. Both genders are amazing to talk to; they’re much easier to talk to about serious subjects than either 2 or 7, and they long for deep connections. Archetype of the hopeless romantic or melodramatic is frequently found in them. They want to get to know your heart, mind and soul. Tends to wear stylish, multi-colored clothing. Hippie fashion is also very common. Unhealthy Type 4 ENFPs are quite competitive with those around them and feel hurt, ashamed and envious when they don’t measure up to everyone elses performances. If left unchecked, this envy sometimes turns into full-on spite.
    (From https://personalitycafe.com/enfp-arti...vors-enfp.html)

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by ButterflyPsyche View Post
    Hi, I just wanted folks to list any ENFPs in real life or fiction that they could also see as enneatype 4s (I'm particularly interested in 4w5s though)...

    I'm an ENFP 4w5 and I feel like a lone reed when it comes to examples.

    Thanks!
    So am I, yay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badgers View Post
    I love Grimes! Glad to see her as an ENFP.
    Well I don't know for sure of course, but I've just heard her typed as one.

    It's either ENFP, or INFP.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Any others, guys?

    I agree with Grimes and ~SURPRISE~ love her music :p

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    @ButterflyPsyche I love how you're returning to your thread from 3 years ago :) I'm an ENFP 4w3. I have pretty strong Fi and operate in a world of feelings. Te has become a trusted friend. If we were close, you'd see a lot of my Ne/Fi side. In depth talks about emotions and that realm. Strangers seem to get my Te more than not. I've been searching for a life partner for as long as I can remember - trying at different relationships and personalities to see how it fits. Even when I know it's not right - I'm still so curious and this is something I'm working on. I'm not sure how many ENFPs are 4's. From the looks of it, 4's are usually that of Introverts. Anyways, I enjoy being a male and having feelings and intuition. I seem to turn the stereotypical man persona on it's head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostcolors View Post
    @ButterflyPsyche I love how you're returning to your thread from 3 years ago :) I'm an ENFP 4w3. I have pretty strong Fi and operate in a world of feelings. Te has become a trusted friend. If we were close, you'd see a lot of my Ne/Fi side. In depth talks about emotions and that realm. Strangers seem to get my Te more than not. I've been searching for a life partner for as long as I can remember - trying at different relationships and personalities to see how it fits. Even when I know it's not right - I'm still so curious and this is something I'm working on. I'm not sure how many ENFPs are 4's. From the looks of it, 4's are usually that of Introverts. Anyways, I enjoy being a male and having feelings and intuition. I seem to turn the stereotypical man persona on it's head.
    If Ghostcolors is a 4... well now I know I love 4s. =). What a awesome example of a human being. =)
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