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Of course, ENFP's have a problem with drive, even when they want to have drive, so they won't be able to complete anything unless they go to the right school. And I mean, they have to do their homework, and choose the one for them.
I slack off alot, and so I see anyone that slacks off more than me at a disadvantage, because I'm right on the cusp of uselessness.
ENTp's usually do well, because they get their drive from having something to prove.. I think ENFPs are the same way. Either they have something to prove, or they are in a bad situation, and know they have to work their way out. If they don't have that kind of mindset, they can't overcome their inertia, when they see the direction they need to move in.
I remember this one ENFP who signed up for an Engineering major, because everyone teased her that she couldn't do it. She then crashed and burn, because she signed up just for show, while silently holding ZERO interest in that field. She's now lost.
Another ENFP signed up to be a psychologist, because everyone said it would be perfect for her, so she assumed they'd be right. She's getting good grades, and all that jazz, but she's miserable, because she doesn't like the work.
I think most P's just want to do nothing. Everyone has their niche, but they don't realize that they are usually already
I always wanted to be a pilot (i know you fuckers don't care), but now I'm a stone's throw away from having a Computer Engineering degree. Ugh.
Don't bias yourself on what people say.. you have to just go out, and devote six months to trying everything you PERSONALLY think you'd enjoy, and then a small percentage of what you think you'd never do.. something usually sticks. There are lists upon lists of occupations, and if people are honest with themselves, they can usually filter the list into groups.
Anyway, I see alot of ENFP teachers that are happy (they didn't become happy until they actually started teaching, though).. I also know of a few ENFP psychologists, but I'm not sure how they are enjoying their careers. I know even more ENFP scam artists (they are honestly programmed to think they are doing good), but I suggest you stay away from that line of work.
If its an ENFp male, then they could consider the medical field? Like, a doctor, or a male nurse, etc..
Teaching seems to be perfect for ENFps, but its hard for me to say that, because I never learn ANYTHING from an ENFP teacher. Its not a problem with their teaching ability, because they are pretty darn amazing with their class, and every student likes them.. the problem is they can't teach ME
anything. I had my first ENFP teacher (in hindsight) when I was in elementary school (or primary school, which is what I knew it as), and she was nice and attentive, but I could never get myself to believe anything she said, even though it seemed she knew what she was talking about. It was weird and uncomfortable. My sister (INFj) was in the grade behind me, and would always filter the information for me, at home, and that helped me to not lose my mind.
Hey, I said alot about myself again. Damn my narcissistic asshole'ish tendencies.