I had a close friendship with a self typed E-3w4, ENFP. She was
> desribed by acqaintances as the "pink tornado" because of her high
> energy level and penchant for wearing pink outfits. Her speech was
> punctuated by superlatives; she knew more positive adjectives than I
> knew existed. Image was important to her: right clothes, right style,
> right presentation, right connections. She was self employed, achievement
> oriented, focused, enthusiastic, personable, hard-working, independant.
> She worked as a motivational speaker and had a warm personal style that
> women admired and men sometimes misconstrued. I once commented to her
> about propaganda and seduction; she laughed and said, "It's all about
> propaganda and seduction." At some level she had an inner sadness and
> lonlieness; she felt like she was compensating for childhood wounds.
> Outwardly confidant; innerly concerned about being fraudulent or lacking.
> On rare occasions, she could lapse into a melancholy or hystrionic mood.
> Motion seemed to help fill the void. She said that she felt authentic and
> accepted when we were together. I genuinely liked her and enjoyed her
> company. If you want to read a female 3w4 Enneagram author, try Kathleen
> Hurley (Hurley and Dobson/Doneson.)