INFJ 2w3 (The Complete Guide)

INFJs are one of the rarest personality types in the MBTI typology. Hence, it’s only natural that they get a lot of interest. When compared with the enneagram of personality, some identify as INFJ 2w3. 

So, what can you expect from an INFJ 2w3?

Who is the INFJ 2w3?

INFJ 2w3s are positive and warm people. They want to help others reach their potential and want them to be happy. This INFJ puts the need for acceptance above the need for individualism or uniqueness. 

This is probably because of their main enneagram type. Thus, many stereotypical traits of the INFJ are significantly altered as we shall soon find out. 

INFJ 2w3s are more likely to be turbulent INFJs. However, a decent portion might also identify as INFJ-A.

What is the Core Desire of the INFJ 2w3?

The core desire of the INFJ 2w3 is to be accepted and loved by people. This is especially evident with people they highly regard. 

To achieve this, this personality type may go out of their way to help others or do things that please them. They might also sacrifice their own goals in the process.

What is the Core Fear of the INFJ 2w3?

The core fear of the INFJ 2w3 is not fitting in or being accepted by others. They crave the acceptance of their friends and family. 

To avoid this fear, this personality type tries to make themselves as useful as possible to others. 

How the 2w3 Changes the Natural Tendencies of the INFJ

1. More Interested in Fitting In

INFJs are rare and they know it. Thus, they find it hard to fit in. The truth is that most INFJs love being different. Not this INFJ. 

This personality type wants to be liked and accepted by others. However, the INFJ’s problem of not fitting in persist. Thus, they try to follow what people want just to feel accepted. 

It can be a real struggle for them. 

2. More Empathetic

Type 2s are often called the perfect companions. INFJ 2w3 embodies these qualities perfectly. Their empathetic nature as INFJs combines with the need to see people happy perfectly. 

This makes them empathetic and willing to help others. It is not surprising that this personality type might be passionate about psychology or counseling. 

3. More Extroverted

Now, INFJs are introverts. They love their alone time and won’t sacrifice it for anything. However, INFJ 2w3s will be a bit different. They won’t be bubbly or overly extroverted. 

However, they will be more people-oriented. Thus, they will spend more time with people and actually enjoy it. However, they are still INFJs. They will crave their alone time. This cannot be denied. 

4. More Generous

INFJ 2w3s are generous people. If they can help, they definitely will help. This often includes their time and finances. 

They can hardly ignore others when they are in need. They are one of the most selfless subtypes in the MBTI typology.

5. More Ambitious

While they can be selfless and generous, they still have goals and targets they want to meet. These goals are often aligned perfectly with their trajectory. 

While INFJs might be accused of being complacent, this personality type is the complete opposite. They are reliable and work really hard to achieve their goals. This is probably because they have type 3 as their wing.

6. More Energy

INFJs are usually very creative. However, they lack the energy to get their ideas implemented or to properly network with others. 

INFJ 2w3s will be different. While they are not extroverts, they will have more energy. They will also be more action-oriented. This will help them to achieve their goals better. 

New Weaknesses of the INFJ 2w3

1. People-Pleasers

INFJ 2w3s will battle with people-pleasing traits throughout their lives. They genuinely want to help others. Sometimes, they crave this even when it’s to their own detriment. 

Sooner or later, other people will notice this and attempt to take advantage of this desire. The world is a scary place and INFJ 2w3s can be in for a hard time because of this problem. 

The key here is knowing when to say no and setting healthy boundaries.

2. Need for Acceptance

INFJ 2w3s survive on people’s acceptance and approval. This has some negative consequences. This personality type might build their self-esteem based on the approval or acceptance of others. 

Thus, they might be insecure about themselves or feel inferior to others. They will struggle with the need for acceptance throughout their lives. 

3. Life Can be Centered on Others

INFJ 2w3s are fascinated with people. This is probably because their extroverted function (Fe) is very developed. Thus, they want to be part of the lives of those they care about. 

They are invested in people and take them really seriously. While this might be admirable, it has some negative drawbacks. 

This personality type runs a risk of making others the center of their lives. Thus, they may neglect their own needs and issues. This can hinder their progress in the long term. 

If that person leaves them, they might have a life crisis as they grapple to understand their new reality.

INFJ 2w3 in the Workplace

INFJs love a workplace that is structured and allows them to express themselves. INFJ 2w3s are a bit different. While they enjoy structure, they also want a career that allows them to help people. 

They are also interested in a harmonious workplace where colleagues are actually friends. If the workplace is too hostile, they will surely struggle to fit in. Throw in a bit of career growth and you’ll make this type very happy. 

To get the best out of the INFJ 2w3, make sure that they have a job that allows them to help people. 

Best Careers for the INFJ 2w3

  • Mediators
  • Counselors
  • High School Teacher
  • Psychologist
  • Historian
  • Lawyer
  • Clergy
  • Professor
  • Nurse
  • Activist
  • Flight Host/Hostess
  • Physician
  • Politician

Worst Careers for the INFJ 2w3

  • Executive
  • Bartender
  • Plumber
  • Mechanic
  • Software Engineer

Famous/Fictional Characters that are INFJ 2w3

  • Yvaine (Stardust)
  • Lisa Johnson (Afterlife)
  • Fallon (Barbie and the 12 Dancing Princesses)
  • Mata Hari
  • Lucille Smith (Walking Dead)
  • Vera Walker (The Sinner)
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Ejike Umesi is the owner of Personality Hunt. He is an ENTP, lawyer and is very enthusiastic about psychology. In his spare time, he can be seen watching football or reading more about the enneagrams!

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