With Extraverted Sensing being their tertiary function, how does it manifest in the ENFJ's life, whether consciously or unconsciously? How is it different from the INFJ's Se?
Also I agree @dulcinea that it's so hard for me to convey my thoughts in writing. My problem is I make so many connections that I can't get them all down on paper in a coherent way. So than I usually say much less than I want to.The ENFJ's inferior function however, is Ti, and from what I understand, while Se is like a sparring to action for INFJ's Ti is like a reality check for ENFJ's; it helps keep their grand ideals in check and to realize that they can't fix everything and some things are the way they are. Whereas INFJ's would probably use Ti in more playful ways the way ENFJs would use Se. I'm guessing that might be one reason why INFJs come across a lot better in writing and ENFJs come across a lot better in person. I find it really easy to misunderstand my ENFJ friend in writing because I find for ENFJs more than most types, when you read something by them, you're getting such a small portion of what they're trying to convey....well, at least in my experience.