What To Do When Your Personality Is Extraverted But Your Life Isn’t

We often encounter a misleading stereotype about Extraverts: talkative, party-loving individuals who travel in herds. Such a description matches only a few Extravert profiles such as the ESFP (The Performer) or ESTP (The Dynamo). The truth is many Extraverts have jobs or home lives that are rather isolating, and it severely drains their energy levels. If you’re an Extravert, maybe you can relate to some of these situations.

Four Signs You’re a Highly Rational Feeler

So you got the Feeling (F) personality type on your Typefinder result. You’ve just joined a unique group of enthusiasts, optimists, nurturers and artists. Word on the street is that William Shakespeare was an INFP and Oscar Wilde an ENFP, so you’re in the company of giants.

ESFPs have a playful, imaginative and open sense of humor...

ESFPs have a playful, imaginative and open sense of humor...
Category: ESFP

Why Are ESFJs So Happy With Their Jobs, and What Can the Rest of Us Learn from Them?

In a previous post, we talked about how job satisfaction varies widely from one personality type to another. Some types overwhelmingly give their jobs high ratings, while others seem to dread every day in the salt mine. So what’s going on here? Why are some personality types so much more satisfied on the job?

ESFPs love entertaining and engaging others...

ESFPs love entertaining and engaging others...
Category: ESFP

ESFPs have a contagious enthusiasm for life...

ESFPs have a contagious enthusiasm for life...
Category: ESFP

5 Reasons Extraverts Are Happier

Are people happy because they’re extraverts, or are they extraverts because they’re happy?

Decades’ worth of research has shown that some people tend to enjoy their lives just a little bit more, experiencing higher highs and greater levels of momentary happiness than others. They’re called extraverts. In one study done by Wido G. M. Oerlemans and Arnold B. Bakker, they note:

ESFPs Are Vivacious Entertainers

ESFPs are vivacious entertainers
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Feeling Types Less Likely to Believe in Evolution

In a study of University of Wisconsin Colleges students, participants with Feeling preferences were more likely to believe in creationism, while students with Thinking preferences favored secular evolution.

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