ENFPs usually come with contagious enthusiasm. ENFP 3w2 is just the same and more.
In this article, we’ll talk about who the ENFP 3w2 is and what you can expect from them.
ENFP 3w2s are goal-oriented with a touch of generosity. They are charismatic and confident leaders that seem to inspire everyone. This personality type is ambitious and strives to meet their targets.
The presence of type 3 and type 2 will distort some of the typical traits of the ENFP as we shall soon see.
ENFP 3w2s are more likely to be assertive than turbulent.
The core desire of the ENFP 3w2 is to be successful. They want to be recognized for their achievements, ideas, and generosity.
To achieve this, ENFP 3w2s work very hard to achieve their goals.
The core fear of the ENFP 3w2 is to be a failure. They don’t even want to appear a failure. To combat this, ENFP 3w2s are more likely to brag about their achievements to anyone who cares to listen.
They are also capable of fishing out compliments about their hard work and efforts.
Ambition comes easily to ENFP 3w2s. They put their goals and aspirations first. Because they are ENFPs, they are usually excited about their plans and tend to look at the bigger picture.
Once they figure things out, they work with one purpose until they are successful. It can be hard to stop an ENFP 3w2 in full flight.
Discipline is not a word usually associated with ENFPs. They are usually portrayed as scattered, indisciplined, or inconsistent. This ENFP is different.
Because they have goals and want to be successful, they are driven to meet their targets. This means they spend less time developing ideas and more time implementing them.
They are action-oriented and find it difficult to procrastinate. Most people mistake ENFP 3w2 for ENFJs or ENTJs.
ENFPs are the most introverted extroverts on the block. However, this ENFP will be much more extroverted.
Because they are type 3, they are constantly looking for ways to meet new people and connect with them. Backed by their dominant extroverted intuition (Ne), ENFP 3w2s are more expressive and cheerful than other ENFPs.
Type 2 likes to be generous and helpful. They like to help others when they have the time. However, the motives for helping might not be the most self-sacrificing.
ENFP 3w2 knows that helping others makes them look good. So, while they may be drawn to teaching or being generous, understanding the effects of helping is the final hook.
As earlier stated, ENFPs are scattered and serial procrastinators. However, ENFP 3w2s are more likely to be disciplined. This directly affects their work ethic.
This personality type will pull out all stops to ensure they get the work done. They can even become chronic workaholics because of their desire to meet their goals and help others.
The downside of this is the negative effects it has on their health.
ENFPs are idealistic. This is driven by the presence of a strong introverted feeling function (Fi). However, ENFP 3w2s lose their idealistic tendencies a bit. This is because of type 3’s realistic approach to situations.
The ENFP 3w2 is more likely to understand the role realism and idealism plays in their life. This often leads to a well-rounded individual.
The need to appear successful comes with a price- the need for validation. ENFP 3w2s want the recognition and applause that comes with every achievement.
This need for validation is understandable as type 3 and type 2 are in the shame triad. ENFP 3w2s are incredibly conscious of their self-image and status.
Their self-esteem lives and dies on the opinions of others.
ENFPs are one of the strongest users of Fi. However, it is much reduced in ENFP 3w2s. Here’s why.
Type 3 is more interested in networking. During this period, they usually adapt to fit the preferences of those they are trying to woo. This might mean doing things that they don’t agree with.
People with strong Fi stubbornly hold on to their values and opinions because they shape their lives.
ENFP 3w2s are the rebels of the park.
As earlier stated, type 2 is very generous and helpful. While they don’t expect anything back, they love being appreciated. Type 3 wants to be recognized for their achievements.
When appreciation and recognition don’t come, ENFP 3w2s will go looking for it. They might deploy manipulative tactics just to get it.
Their need to adapt to people and to be helpful increases their chances of people-pleasing. However, because they have Fi, it will not be too pronounced.
The need to please others is a direct weakness of their dominant and secondary enneagram types.
ENFPs are not the greatest savers or handlers of money. Just like the ENTP, they can be quite impulsive with their finances.
3w2s are more inclined to spend on things that are glamorous or make them appear successful.
When this comes together, you get someone who has a big chance of running into debt. If you’re having problems with money, here’s an article that was written by an ENFP on how you can manage money better.
ENFPs want a career that gives them the chance to be creative and innovative. They also do not do very well in workplaces with a defined structure.
ENFPs work best when they are on a team. ENFP 3w2s are similar. In addition, they make great leaders who can inspire others. They also want a career that comes with prestige and allows them to grow.
ENFP 3w2 is one of the main advocates of the “work from home” lifestyle.
To get the best out of the ENFP 3w2, make sure their role gives them career growth. If it offers flexibility, even better.
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