Hello dear ESFPs.
I would like to ask you something:
Let's imagine that you're the hero/heroine of a story. But as any good hero/heroine, he/she must have flaws. Especifically, "relatable" flaws.
From a "healthy stereotypical" level: What kind of flaws should I put in a ESFP hero/heroine so he/she can be considered "relatable" to the ESFP reader?
Here is what I want to achieve: ESFP (Hero/Heroine) goes to the journey----> Some other types join the ESFP in his/her quest---> the ESFP stumbles with the antagonists (Not the villain)----> The antagonists forces the ESFP to retreat-----> The ESFP is in doubt-----> A miraculous realization hits the ESFP----> The ESFP rises again to face the antagonists and wins.
That's pretty much it.
Any piece of advice would be greatly useful.
[highlight]The antagonist forces the ESFP to retreat.[/highlight]
ESFPs hate authorative figures like that and proceeds to annoy the hell out of them.