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This is a discussion on How are you not an esfp stereotype? within the ESFP Forum - The Performers forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Originally Posted by Xcopy One obstacle you are going to need to figure out, is if you do things based ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xcopy View Post
    One obstacle you are going to need to figure out, is if you do things based on how you feel on the inside or if you tend to focus on how feel inside after you do things.
    This is a surprisingly insightful and useful question...when trying to determine between ISFP or ESFP.

    @The red spirit @everydaydreams @Kajada


    I like the new kid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Memory of Talon View Post
    This is a surprisingly insightful and useful question...when trying to determine between ISFP or ESFP.

    @The red spirit @everydaydreams @Kajada


    I like the new kid.
    Thanks, it's what I had to figure out when I needed to figure out my type. One thing I noticed is that whenever an ESFP feels as if they don't fit, it is usually because they compare themselves to the descriptions, but the descriptions always sound as if they describing ESFP 7w6's. I noticed any ESFP with an 8 in any portion of their enneagram share the functions well enough, but tend to be somewhat stand-offish at times, so when they see the descriptions, it can be highly confusing. Case in point, I am 7w8, I don't see "The Enthusiasts" that many descriptions describe of ESFP's, so I never really took it into consideration before. It's possible I am wrong, but it was an observation I noticed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Memory of Talon View Post
    This is a surprisingly insightful and useful question...when trying to determine between ISFP or ESFP.

    @The red spirit @everydaydreams @Kajada


    I like the new kid.
    Why you mention me? I don't know if I'm ISFP or ESFP, yet already got lots of information in my thread https://personalitycafe.com/cognitive...ns-needed.html maybe someone find it useful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xcopy View Post
    Thanks, it's what I had to figure out when I needed to figure out my type. One thing I noticed is that whenever an ESFP feels as if they don't fit, it is usually because they compare themselves to the descriptions, but the descriptions always sound as if they describing ESFP 7w6's. I noticed any ESFP with an 8 in any portion of their enneagram share the functions well enough, but tend to be somewhat stand-offish at times, so when they see the descriptions, it can be highly confusing. Case in point, I am 7w8, I don't see "The Enthusiasts" that many descriptions describe of ESFP's, so I never really took it into consideration before. It's possible I am wrong, but it was an observation I noticed.
    From what I saw ESFP descriptions are often negative and innacurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The red spirit View Post
    Why you mention me? I don't know if I'm ISFP or ESFP, yet already got lots of information in my thread https://personalitycafe.com/cognitive...ns-needed.html maybe someone find it useful
    *shrug

    I thought it would be helpful to you. I mentioned the other two because they also recently asked me to type them between the two types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The red spirit View Post
    From what I saw ESFP descriptions are often negative and innacurate.
    I know of some ESFP's who are sadly, similar to the descriptions. It has a basis, just like you said, isn't always right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xcopy View Post
    I know of some ESFP's who are sadly, similar to the descriptions. It has a basis, just like you said, isn't always right.
    Jung has good description of Se, but you must know a lot before you want to understand it and read it slowly, always think.
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    @Xcopy BTW maybe you found good description of ESFPs

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    Quote Originally Posted by The red spirit View Post
    @Xcopy BTW maybe you found good description of ESFPs
    Well, one I was looking at, was this one. There are a few others that caught my eye, but I started with this. I kind of prefer looking at it function by function.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/mbti/commen...unctions_esfp/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xcopy View Post
    Well, one I was looking at, was this one. There are a few others that caught my eye, but I started with this. I kind of prefer looking at it function by function.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/mbti/commen...unctions_esfp/
    wait a second, is that ESFP description in socionics?


     
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