I know there are many descriptions on the 4w3 out there, but I wanted to sort of 'verify' my own take on the type to see if I match this personality type. Please share your own ideas and feel free to tell me if I am way off; I'd like my knowledge to expand.
I see the 4w3 as a type of opposites: extroversion and introversion go hand in hand. A 4w3 has a rich inner world, they want to be authentic and original, but they have a certain inauthenticity about them (the 3 wing) because they want to appear successful and socially skilled. Due to keeping up this persona, they appear quite extroverted and noticeable, mostly because they can dress extravagantly and can have a 'baroque' word choice and way of expressing themselves. They want to be noticed by others for their uniqueness, but too much attention can be terrifying for the 4w3. They are continuously looking for a balance of being seen and being invisible; being true to themselves and being charming/successful. Can be a very fluid type, adapting to different social situations with ease, using dark humour to accommodate their interlocutor. Underneath the thin varnish layer of competitiveness and good social self esteem, is a person who can be prone to low self esteem and depressing thoughts that creep the darkest corners of their mind. Sometimes only certain of who they are when they are with others, yet feeling a solidity in this ever-changing image of themselves (i.e. finding steadiness in the unsteady).
I hope this ramble comes a bit close to what a 4w3 can be like. It might be important to add that I identify as an ENFJ. I am aware that ENFJs aren't known to be 4w3, so you can take this MBTI-typing of mine with a grain of salt; I am after all these years still not sure which type I am (pretty sure of using Ni over Ne, though).
If you are a 4w3, what is your take on the type? And, if you know your MBTI type, could you share that as well please? I would love to hear your thoughts on this. Thanks!